A case for future economic planning

This requires growing the economy from the 2018 levels of about US$18 billion to US$65 billion by 2030.
By Victor Bhoroma Sep. 29, 2023

Let’s focus on reopening industries: Nyoni

The sector is projected to grow to US$5,2 billion by end of this year, from the current US$4,1 billion, on the back of increased branch networks and shop density.
By Nizbert Moyo Sep. 22, 2023

Combining regional balance sheets, panacea to externalisation

Africa has also been losing billions of dollars to the international market through policy cover externalisation.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 18, 2023

Shake-up looms in state depts

Mnangagwa also brought in several new faces to the line-up of ministers appointed to head provinces.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 15, 2023

High debt stifles growth: Zimcodd

An economic crisis back home has hampered Zimbabwe’s efforts to service its debt obligations.
By Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 8, 2023

Brics group: Intense competition behind a façade of co-operation

Pretoria’s influence on the global stage? A first step is to re-introduce the concept of global competitiveness into the national public narrative.
By Ian Kilbride Sep. 1, 2023

‘Zim growth outlook disconsolate’

The businesses had hoped that the outcome of last week’s elections would be accepted by all contesting political parties, but the opposition has rejected official results.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 1, 2023

Natural resource curse: Challenges faced by mining communities

The mining sector involves the movement of heavy machinery which damages roads, especially gravel or dust roads.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jul. 28, 2023

Trading in raw commodities generates more knowledge than processed food

This can trigger appropriate investments to sustain maximum production. In such production zones, gluts cause much physical wastage as well as economic losses due to suppressed prices.
By Charles Dhewa Jun. 21, 2023