Zimdollar losing grip after months of stability

Chitambara said the government needed to control the money supply growth.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Sep. 17, 2023
Re-imaging the workplace: Dear Chamisa: It’s not about strong men, but strong institutions
Re-imaging the workplace: Dear Chamisa: It’s not about strong men, but strong institutions
On the one hand Chamisa is crying foul to the whole world about elections
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 17, 2023
Networking key for SMEs growth: Hapanga
Allusol Design and Fitting Experts MD Linos Hapanga (36) believes his fast-growing business venture is testimony to the assertion that fortune favours the brave.
By Takemore Mazuruse Sep. 17, 2023
Zimbabwean firms make headway in halal market
This presents a huge opportunity for Zimbabwe which seeks to diversify its exports.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 17, 2023
Disputed polls bleed VFEX…as the bourse loses US$40m
MMC Capital executive director Itai Chirume told Standardbusiness that anything that causes uncertainty in the market would lead to investors being hesitant to commit capital.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 10, 2023
Zimbabwe dollar remains volatile
“According to Hanke’s (American economist Steve Hanke) currency watch list the ZWL lost 96,72% of its value since the 1st of January 2022,” reads the report.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Sep. 10, 2023
Kuvimba spends US$150m in Capex
Rukweza said they have an aggressive exploration programme where they are looking to spend between US$20 million and US$30 million.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 10, 2023
Correspondent banking platform built for local banks
In October 2022, the central bank revealed that an estimated 102 correspondent banking relationships had been lost over the last decade due to Zimbabwe’s high-risk profile.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 10, 2023
Old Mutual foreign revenue jumps up
The increase in revenue was boosted by the Zimbabwe dollar having lost value significantly against the greenback.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 3, 2023
Potraz appeals to govt on US$ pricing
The country’s telecommunication sector has been facing a serious pricing headache on the back of a biting hyperinflation and an unstable macroeconomic environment.
By Julia Ndlela Sep. 3, 2023
Zim firms scout for business opportunities in China
The Zimbabwe-China Business Forum, which is slated for mid-October, will see local business people connect with various Chinese business experts.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 3, 2023
Re-imaging the workplace: Our politics stinks to high heaven
As Zimbabweans we come from regions, but I do not think that we then need to be regionalists.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 3, 2023
Nssa loans come in handy: Pensioners
This is one of the projects Shepherd Sirewu Maphosa started after accessing a concessionary loan from the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) in 2021.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 3, 2023
Relook at your portfolio mix, property investors told
Dzirutwe said the CBD was now highly congested with blue-chip companies now preferring low density areas such as Milton Park, Avondale, Belgravia, Mount Pleasant, Borrowdale and Newlands.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 27, 2023
Tourism operators react to RBZ
This insinuated that tourism operators were involved in externalisation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 27, 2023
Zim’s citrus exports seen soaring this year
The prediction is based on the General Administration of Customs of China (GACC), in June, allowing 11 local citrus orchards and six citrus pack houses to export the fruit variety into China.
By Belinda Chiroodza Aug. 27, 2023
Redan Kerosine, Alex Park residents feud takes new twist
In court papers filed on August 4, Alex Park residents took RKL, Mark Campbell Hounsell, City of Harare (CoH), CoH Department of Works, and town planner a Mr Mudzengerere to court. 
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 26, 2023
Zim produces US$1,1b gold
The data obtained by Standardbusiness also show that gold in the second quarter of this year rose by 29% to 7 987 kgs. In July, gold output stood at 2 674 kgs.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Freeman Makopa Aug. 20, 2023
Padenga shareholders all smiles
The higher a company's EPS, the greater the profit and value perceived by investors.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 20, 2023
Local insurers lose out to foreigners
“We once engaged the then Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa but the answer that we got was not so encouraging,” he said.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 20, 2023
Farmers okay localisation of tobacco funding
Considering this development, the Exchange Control (Tobacco Finance) Order, Statutory Instrument 61 of 2004 shall be amended to take account of this change.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 20, 2023
Pension funds hold key to economic boom
The pensions sector is facing a myriad of challenges, which have made it difficult for it to function smoothly.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 13, 2023
Praz invests US$2m on programmes seeking to fight graft
Ruswa said they were anticipating the project to be launched in October this year, adding that they will start using the new platform for electronic government procurement in the 2024 financial year.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 13, 2023
Zimbabwe among fastest growing African economies, says Ncube
In the 2023 midterm budget and economic review , Finance minister Mthuli Ncube revised the gross domestic product projections upwards by 1,5 percentage points to 5,3% for the year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 13, 2023
Structured profitability in entrepreneurship
Also real profits go beyond these simple calculations so as to be determined by the industry structure of where the entrepreneurial business belongs.
By Farai Chigora Aug. 13, 2023
Re-imagining the workplace: Politics as workplace in Zimbabwe Part 2
So, the law I am looking for here is something along the lines of survivors of such political violence getting compensated by the party they belong to and the leadership that leads them.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Aug. 13, 2023
Invest in workplace diversity, firms told
At times, diversity has become a crucial aspect of creating successful and sustainable businesses in today's globalised world.
By Melody Chikono Aug. 13, 2023
Zim loses more than US$23b through IFFs
Other countries which lost significant amounts include Mauritius, Mozambique, Malawi, Madagascar, Eswatini, Lesotho, and Sao Tome and Principe.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Aug. 6, 2023