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Experts decry new budget

The annual inflation rate was 268,8% last month, from 280,4% in September, and has remained in triple digits for the past few months.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 27, 2022

Ncube fixates on inflation fight..… as fiscal pain gets worse for majority

The annual inflation rate was estimated at 268% last month.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 25, 2022

RTG lifts profit as tourists troop back

RTG lifted occupancy levels to 51% during the review period, 27 percentage points ahead of third quarter 2021.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 23, 2022

Letters: Fulfil diaspora vote promise

Zanu PF finance secretary Patrick Chinamasa said diaspora vote would only take place after sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe had been removed.
By AMH Voices Nov. 15, 2022

Mop up drains $9bn out of market…but high policy rate may stifle lending, cautions FCB

In its report, FCB said $9 billion was drained out of the market.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 14, 2022

Zimdollar facing headwinds

During the past fortnight, it lost 12,5% of its value to trade at $900 for every United States dollar.
By Newsday Nov. 14, 2022

Zanu PF fears economic implosion

Latest World Bank statistics indicate that Zimbabwe has the highest food inflation of 353%, followed by Lebanon at 240% and Venezuela at 131%.
By Problem Masau Nov. 1, 2022

Zim inflation drops to 269%

Zimbabwe’s annual inflation now stands at 268,8%, down from 280,4% in the previous month.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 26, 2022

Poor policies, informal sector hamstring Zim growth: WB

World Bank (WB) senior economist Stella Ilieva said the slow economic growth could be attributed to poor macro-economic policies, among other reasons.
By Taurai Mangudhla Oct. 13, 2022