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Zimdollar in spectacular freefall

Zimbabwe suffered the highest levels of hyperinflation ever recorded for a nation in peacetime in 2007 and 2008.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 27, 2023

Zimbabwe needs a mining claims database

Zimbabwe needs to take advantage of the advancing national information and communication technology (ICT), and develop a national Mines and Geosciences Central Database System (CDS)
By Jacob Mutisi Jan. 27, 2023

Same old grievances as Zim enters election season

Political analysts say the election will centre around the same old grievances that have been plaguing the country.
By News24 Jan. 24, 2023

Is Vision 2030 achievable in the face of energy crisis?

The WB assigns the world’s economies to four income groups: low, lower-middle, upper-middle and high income.
By Courage Masona Jan. 20, 2023

Policy issues hampering Zim business climate

China remains the biggest investor in Zimbabwe while Russia, Iran and India are also important investors in the country.
By Victor Bhoroma Jan. 7, 2023

Burgeoning public debt a threat to development

The Covid-19 pandemic has fuelled debt expansion as countries struggled to service their debts.
By Respect Gwenzi Jan. 6, 2023

A subdued Christmas this year

If we gave away our cloaks to those who did not have. If we shared, there would be no hunger in the world. War would have no place in human history.
By Eddie Cross Dec. 22, 2022

New perspectives: From false lower middle-income classification to obsession with upper middle income label

Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has set itself a lofty target of transitioning Zimbabwe from a “lower middle-income economy” to a more sophisticated upper middle-income economy by 2030.
By Gorden Moyo Dec. 18, 2022

Burgeoning debt a threat to socio-economic growth

The prevailing unsustainable debt level is exerting dire developmental impacts on the economy and citizens.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Dec. 16, 2022