Microfinance players urged to be innovative

The microfinance sector, like the rest of the financial services sector, has also been victim to policy inconsistencies especially around currency resulting in massive loss of value.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 28, 2024

A vote of confidence

The 56th session of the ECA Conference of African Finance, Planning and Economic Development ministers runs from February 28 to March 5 in Victoria Falls.
By Newsday Feb. 28, 2024

Zida moves to address investor concerns

Applications for designation of land as Sez are now in terms of the regulations and the applicant must prove ownership of land by way of land title or a lease of not less than 25 years.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 27, 2024

Why standards of living measurements are important

SOL is a key measurement for any country because it assesses the general well-being of a society.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 23, 2024

Markets can save economy but only if the govt allows

Basically, Milei argued that when a government gets in the way of an economy having a “market discovery”, its companies produce less.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Feb. 23, 2024

30 000 youths head for Masvingo

The forum was attended by 250 young business entrepreneurs from across all economic sectors.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 21, 2024

Tobacco exports surge

According to TIMB, 91% of the registered growers are contracted.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 21, 2024

So much for a growing economy!

Each time Ncube opens his mouth to speak about Zimbabwe’s economic performance, he boasts of robust growth which, however, has no supporting evidence on the ground.
By Newsday Feb. 17, 2024

The interplay between capital markets and economic growth

The growing importance of stock markets around the world has reinforced the belief that finance is a vital ingredient for economic growth.
By Munashe Paswavaviri Feb. 16, 2024