Bureaucracy stifling home ownership

The report also noted that there was a need for the private sector to complement government efforts in improving access to decent accommodation.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 20, 2023

Caaz licences over 300 drone pilots

Mines deputy minister Polite Kambamura said the use of drones and artificial intelligence in the mining sector would be a game changer to the industry.
By Belinda Chiroodza Nov. 17, 2023

US$1bn injection breathes life into African films

The programme provides a range of financing and non-financing instruments and interventions aimed at supporting trade and investment in Africa’s creative sector.
By Winstone Antonio Nov. 13, 2023

Editor Memo: 2024 Budget: Reduce tax burden

Zimbabweans are hoping it will not be like the 2023 national budget, which many said was anti-poor.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 10, 2023

El Nino-weary farmers hold on to grain reserves

Weather experts are predicting a delayed start to the 2023/24 summer cropping season owing to the El Niño weather phenomenon.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Nov. 10, 2023

25 Zim companies at IATF2023

The participation of the local companies at the fair also comes amid a growing appetite for Zimbabwean products across the continent.
By Business Reporter Nov. 10, 2023

Zim eyes US$20m deals at IATF2023 …As biennial trade fair begins

IATF2023 is jointly organised by Afreximbank in collaboration with Egypt, the African Union Commission, and the AfCFTA Secretariat to boost intra-African trade.
By Ndamu Sandu Nov. 9, 2023

The manufacture of consent during 2023 elections in Zimbabwe

Certain media outlets displayed blatant favouritism towards specific candidates or parties, while others engaged in character assassination and sensationalism.
By Lenox Lizwi Mhlanga Nov. 5, 2023

Love–hate relationship with the US$ continues

Since then the USD economy has even increased to more than 80% and the majority of deposits in the banking system are now in US$.
By Rufaro Hozheri Nov. 3, 2023