Perspectives: Zimbabwe as the new carbon frontier: Dangers ahead

This came to light just before the global climate summit in Dubai, COP28, and supposedly showed how seriously the petrostate was taking the climate challenge.
By Ian Scoones Apr. 28, 2024

Fin-tech firm unveils credit healthcare facility

This, he said, would spare the service providers cash flow challenges that inconvenience the public which ultimately loses confidence in medical aid insurance.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 23, 2024

Access to credit by women improves

In a bid to enhance the credit infrastructure and promote financial inclusion, the central bank established the collateral registry in November 2022.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 17, 2024

Mixed response to carbon credit deal

Centre for Natural Resource Governance director Farai Maguwu flagged the carbon credit deal with the Dubai firm as “extension of extractivism” that exposed the poor to evictions.
By Nhau Mangirazi Dec. 27, 2023

RBZ to maintain credit infrastructure: Mangudya

This comes as support to the informal sector still lags the formal economy at a time when local banks are not lending as much as they should.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Dec. 8, 2023

Report objectively on Climate Change, media told

 AVCCMF chairperson Kwanele Hlabangana emphasised on the critical role of the media in raising awareness and promoting action on climate change.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 23, 2023

Carbon credits law in Zimbabwe

Promoting investment in clean energy and other projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
By Beatrice Moyo Nov. 7, 2023

'Zim’s economic instability putting off investors'

Speaking at the CZI 2023, Tanaka said it was very difficult for investors to invest in Zimbabwe because of the bumpy business environment.
By Blessed Mhlanga Oct. 29, 2023

Making carbon credits work for communities

It is a simple transaction requiring the interest first of the polluter, the availability of forest and the political will of the authority in charge of the forest area.
By Darlington Mafa Oct. 22, 2023