‘Drip feeding strategy smashes economic growth momentum’

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mushayavanhu said this week in an interview with Reuters: “Confidence can only come with us walking the talk”.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga and Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Jul. 19, 2024

The need for more high-quality jobs

The low-quality jobs that are prevalent in the country concurrently reflect high levels of national poverty.
By Kevin Tutani Jul. 12, 2024

ZimStat recruits 189 for economic census enumeration

The development is meant to enumerate all business establishments in Zimbabwe and shape economic policies.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 25, 2024

Rising rate of crime cause for concern

The government must ensure that it funds start-up projects, which will absorb some of the jobless youths so as to get them off the streets.
By Newsday Jun. 12, 2024

Criminal activities surge across Zim

ZimStat said there were 38 042 cases of theft recorded in the first quarter, indicating a rate of 250,6 per 100 000 people.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 11, 2024

Feature: A day in the life of Harare vendors

Disappointment troubles her eyes, a stark contrast with  the vibrant red colour of the fruit. This is not an ideal solution, but it is the only one she has.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 4, 2024

Muckracker: The Second Republic’s phantom jobs

Last week, he was showing off his new baby, the US$7 million mansion in Harare’s Shawasha suburb on social media.
By Muckracker May. 24, 2024

Workers commemorate May Day in despair

This week, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (Zimstat) forecast inflation at 57,5% though US economist Steve Hanke estimates it to be over 1 000%.
By Staff Writer May. 3, 2024

Zim aims for Q3 launch of 3bn litres oil pipeline rollout

A bigger crisis has been simmering this year, following a brutal drought that has affected water levels at the 1 050 megawatt Kariba south hydroelectric power facility.
By Freeman Makopa May. 3, 2024