Unicef bails out 200k Zim children

Mnangagwa said the country needed US$2 billion to tackle hunger caused by low rainfall which has wiped out about half of the maize crop.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Apr. 15, 2024

Do executive salary disclosures help firms?

At the same time, the 'pay-versus-performance' rule necessitates disclosing the link between executive compensation and metrics like total shareholder return.
By Memory Nguwi Apr. 12, 2024

EU wants dialogue on investment climate

The proposal was made by EU ambassador to Zimbabwe Jobst von Kirchmann during a mission’s Private Sector Dialogue Seminar held in Harare this week.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 12, 2024

Brand association, approved standards

Voluntary standards are revolutionary. A brand with an approved standard is quality assured. National and provincial standards will bring about brand association with territories.
By Tanaka Chikwenhere Apr. 5, 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

EU lines up women empowerment projects

Women Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa said the government was committed to ending poverty among women.
By Mirriam Mangwaya Mar. 29, 2024

Understanding types of targeted sanctions

We also have transportation sanctions where prohibitions of international transit of sea or air carriers from or to the targeted state are common.
By Sharon Hofisi Mar. 22, 2024

Unlocking Africa’s potential: A call for a strategic raw materials approach

Some analysts assert that China is 15 years ahead of the EU in mining and processing critical raw materials essential for achieving net-zero goals. China learnt something and forgot nothing.
By Mitchell Mahachi Mar. 12, 2024

Mat South records reduction in maternal deaths

Last year, 10 deaths were recorded in the province’s seven districts.
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 11, 2024