Banks downplay ZWG shortages

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe switched to the Zimbabwe Gold currency after abandoning the rapidly depreciating Zimbabwe dollar.
By Tatira Zwinoira and Blessed Ndlovu Jun. 28, 2024

El Niño to slow wholesale, retail growth

This was revealed by CZR president Denford Mutashu at the top 200 retail and wholesale value chain leaders’ awards for 2023 on Friday last week.
By Blessed Ndlovu May. 21, 2024

Consumer markets in turmoil, stocks battered as ZiG settles… now, retailers warn delayed notes increasing US dollar addiction

ZSE’s All Share Index has plummeted by 99,95% since April 5, when the gold-backed currency was announced.
By Julia Ndlela Apr. 26, 2024

Availability will stabilise sugar prices

In a statement this week, the Zimbabwe Sugar Association (ZSA) said it holds adequate sugar stocks for local consumption.
By Newsday Apr. 13, 2024

Increase in sugar prices unwarranted: Mutashu

Mutashu said the recommended retail price ranged from US$2,60 (ZiG 33,75) to US$2,80 (ZiG37,80) for 2kg of both brown and white sugar.
By Priveledge Gumbodete Apr. 12, 2024

Retailers want Vat on rice removed

The SI reinstated Vat, while duty exemptions were also removed on basic commodities.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 14, 2024

We’ve enough stocks to meet demand: Millers

Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) president Denford Mutashu said mealie-meal deliveries have resumed in Harare.
By Blessed Ndlovu Jan. 10, 2024

‘Help tuckshops formalise’

Mutashu said the government’s empowerment policy saw many taking up opportunities to start up retail and wholesale shops.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 28, 2023

Big retailers take aim at ‘tax evading’ competitors

Zimbabwe’s informal sector has been expanding ahead of a formal sector that has been crippled by de-industrialisation.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 20, 2023