China writes off Zim debt deals

Zimbabwe currently owes a combined US$17,5 billion to foreign and local creditors.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 12, 2024

AfDB helps Zim mobilises revenue

AFDB chief economist and vice president for economic governance and knowledge management Kevin Urama said the best way to address debt was to grow the economy.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 7, 2024

Economic resilience: Lessons for African empowerment journey

Zimbabwe's journey towards economic resilience offers a beacon of hope and inspiration for Africa in its quest for sovereignty and development.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Apr. 5, 2024

‘Zim army under-funded’

New data from IISS showed Zimbabwe’s limited involvement towards regional peace efforts were caused by underfunding and the military’s concentration on “political issues.”
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 5, 2024

Jihadism in Mozambique: southern African forces are leaving with mixed results

The thinking was that they would eliminate the Al-Sunnah presence in its area of operation.
By The Conversation Apr. 3, 2024

Treasury deploys AfDB grants, seeks consultants

Zimbabwe’s failure to extinguish its external debt  has blocked the country from receiving fresh loans and development support from most multilateral lenders and partners.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 3, 2024

MRP appeals to Sadc over Gukurahundi

The tribunal was disbanded in 2010 following the refusal of the Zimbabwean government to adhere to a ruling pertaining to Zimbabwe's land reform programme.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 21, 2024

Liberation movements plot against opposition parties

The liberation movements have been known to sides with each other even in disputed elections.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 18, 2024

AfDB, NMB Bank pen US$15m trade finance deal

Delegates from both institutions graced the signing ceremony at the NMB Bank headquarters in Harare yesterday.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 8, 2024