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Talent knows no age

Even though he is just 11 years old, Letheng is already a force to be reckoned with, thanks to his lovely voice.
By Rejoice Phiri Dec. 6, 2022

‘Muted household spending into next year’

AMERICAN global market research firm Fitch Solutions predicts muted levels of real household spending for 2023 as consumer purchasing power continues to wane.
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 5, 2022

Beyond Beijing’s “gift” to Zimbabwe

The new parliament building is such a colossal and magnificent national edifice which adds to the infrastructure stock of the country.
By Gorden Moyo Dec. 4, 2022

Chissano to lead Zim re-engagement drive

ZIMBABWE has roped in the services of former Mozambican President Joachim Chissano to head a delegation
By Kenneth Nyangani Dec. 2, 2022

Russia-Ukraine crisis: Food inflation soars in Zim.

The global lender said Zimbabwe’s aggregate food inflation stood at 321% during the period, a notable leap ahead of second placed Lebanon, whose rate was estimated at 208%.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 29, 2022

Treasury Bonds to fund 90% of US$3,5bn debt to white farmers

The agreement, called the Global Compensation Deed, was entered into between the government and the Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe, an exclusive union for white commercial farmers,
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 28, 2022

5 Strategic Vendor Management Practices for Business

will propel your company from good to great status.
By Newsday Nov. 25, 2022

Investing in wellness critical for economic growth

Lack of universal access to quality affordable health services threatens long term economic prospects and makes developing economies more vulnerable to pandemic risks.
By Vince Musewe Nov. 24, 2022