Businesses struggle to get forex

The authorities only had US$285 million in reserves to back the ZiG currency when it was introduced.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga and Belinda Chiroodza Jun. 23, 2024

Postal services volumes dip

Potraz said the total number of operational postal and courier outlets by the licensed operators remained unchanged from the fourth quarter of 2023 to the first quarter of 2024.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 21, 2024

RBZ dragged to court over forex

A number of suspected forex dealers and ordinary Zimbabweans have since been arrested while transacting on the streets.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 21, 2024

Open letter to Zim masses

We joked and laughed as I suggested she call her jackets “pre-loved” as opposed to second-hand and she liked that idea a lot.
By Amh Voices Jun. 15, 2024

Embracing the ZiG as path to economic sovereignty

This shift signifies a departure from the reliance on Western fiat currencies, which have historically been instruments of economic coercion and control.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Jun. 14, 2024

Ceteris Paribus: Prospects of exchange rate potential stability

The ZiG’s value is fixated against global gold prices, which renders the exchange rate against the US$ a direct influence of gold price fluctuations
By Tinashe Duma Jun. 14, 2024

The continued limited use of ZiG does not bode well

The ZiG, was supposed to stabilise the economy as well as bring ease to the transacting public.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jun. 14, 2024

EcoCash launches new mobile App

Munyaradzi Nhamo, EcoCash Managing Director, said the latest upgrade marks a important step forward in the company’s commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction.
By Donald Nyandoro Jun. 14, 2024

Ngwena kowtowing to Putin not statesmanlike

Ngwena’s desperation to cling on to power beyond the two terms stipulated in the constitution has reached embarrassing levels.
By Doctor Stop It Jun. 9, 2024