Disappearing mortgages mirror economy-wide rot

The emotional decision sparked off a near bloodbath in mortgage lending, and the inequalities that it has perpetuated in society.
By Newsday Feb. 18, 2023

Lending directive rattles mortgages

There were blow backs to the move, which forced authorities to lift the suspension within eight days.
By Shame Makoshori and Rugare Mubika Feb. 17, 2023

Disappearing mortgages mirror economy-wide rot

Those who qualified for mortgages ended up on the losing end as banks became cautious. As IP notes, today, it is only the elite who can build or buy homes.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Feb. 17, 2023

Unpacking environmental laws for real estate in Zimbabwe

Ironically, environmental issues have been perceived to be related only to Environmental Management Agency (EMA), which oversees the Environmental Management Act. In reality, this powerful and necessary Act is actually supported through Section 73 of our constitution on environmental rights which reads:

By The Standard Jul. 31, 2022

Unpacking environmental laws for real estate in Zimbabwe

Ironically, environmental issues have been perceived to be related only to Environmental Management Agency (EMA), which oversees the Environmental Management Act. In reality, this powerful and necessary Act is actually supported through Section 73 of our constitution on environmental rights which reads:

By The Standard Jul. 31, 2022

Court concedes to Mupfumira’s request

Mupfumira is facing a charge of criminal abuse of office. The former minister, who is being represented by Admire Rubaya, filed an application at the High Court seeking a review of magistrate Ngoni Nduna’s ruling dismissing her application for discharge at the close of the State case.

By Admin Apr. 28, 2022