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Byo traders welcome RBZ’s collateral registry

The RBZ targets to operationalise it by year-end, and it will make movable property bankable.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Dec. 6, 2022

‘Rate hike accelerates dollarisation’

“Macros are pointing to sustained dollarisation,” said IH.
By RUGARE MUBIKA Dec. 6, 2022

RBZ recues HCC on water crisis

A crucial meeting on the water situation was held last week between RBZ and HCC where RBZ governor John Mangudya was present.
By Kenneth Mufuka Dec. 6, 2022

RBZ bullish on inflation

In a statement, the RBZ Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) said inflation would remain under control in 2023.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 6, 2022

Loosen stranglehold on institutions so they thrive

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is not transparent in its dealings and enjoys limited independence from fiscal authorities, thus affecting the credibility of monetary policy.
By AMH Voices Dec. 6, 2022

Give Zim a relief — for once

FINANCE and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube last week presented a national budget, which many say is anti-poor.
By Faith Zaba Dec. 2, 2022

MPs jostle for US$40k housing loan

PARLIAMENTARIANS are legally bound to service the recently extended US$40 000 residential stands loans at an interest rate of 5% for the next five years.
By Tinashe Kairiza Dec. 2, 2022

Collateral registry and access to credit

Removing this barrier can trigger significant increase in productivity, economic growth and development.
By Vince Musewe Dec. 1, 2022

Budget deficit, Mthuli skating on thin ice

Suffering at a terrifying scale immediately hit millions as prices surged, tracking the depreciating currency.
By Newsday Nov. 26, 2022