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Floating a diaspora bond: Should Zim continue borowing?

Independent estimates, however, show that over three million Zimbabweans are living abroad and the numbers continue to balloon.

Davos agenda becoming increasingly questionable

It engages with leading representatives of business society and financial elitists to shape the future of our planet. 
By Heena Joshi Jan. 20, 2023

Treasury owes ‘ID blitz’ staff millions of dollars

The amount, sources told this publication, was higher than US$60 for workers deployed in far-flung areas such as Binga in Matabeleland North.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jan. 20, 2023

Open letter to RBZ governor John Mangudya

The foreign exchange regime in Zimbabwe is by a country mile more liberalized than those in regional peers South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique.
By Bart Star-James Jan. 15, 2023

Free education ‘political banter’: Analysts

The analysts said the programme was unsustainable as Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s 2023 national budget statement did not make provisions for it.
By Lorraine Muromo and Vanessa Gonye Jan. 5, 2023

2022: Newsmakers and noisemakers of the Year

Government was struggling to arrest the runaway inflation. Civil servants were threatening industrial action. The Zimbabwe dollar value was constantly being eroded.
By Problem Masau Dec. 31, 2022

Teachers hit back at Mthuli over salaries

Unions representing teachers yesterday hit back at Finance minister Mthuli Ncube for shooting down proposals by civil servants for better conditions of service.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 29, 2022

Mthuli says no to wage increases for civil servants

In response, Ncube said government had tried its best to improve the salaries of civil servants.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 28, 2022

Mthuli under fire over war vets payout

Mliswa also questioned why the number of war veterans had ballooned over four-fold, from 34 000 in 1997 to 142 000 in 2022.
By Problem Masau Dec. 27, 2022