Debt: The world is watching Zim
The processes are being championed by African Development Bank (AfDB) president Akinwumi Adesina and former Mozambican head of state Joaquim Chissano.
By Sydney Kawadza May. 19, 2023
US embassy slams door on sanctioned firms
In responses to questions posed by this publication, the US embassy said two years before Tagwirei and Sakunda’s designation, Washington had stopped purchasing fuel from the firm.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 31, 2023
Sanctions choking Zim: Myth or reality?
Late last year, Finance minister Prof Mthuli Ncube bemoaned the impact of sanctions on the economy noting that the country has lost about US$40 billion in the last 22 years
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jan. 13, 2023
Mnangagwa to miss US-Africa summit
President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be represented by Foreign Affairs minister Frederick Shava.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 9, 2022
The economic impact of Zidera
This, according to the Act, would be rescinded if and when there is United States Presidential certification that certain conditions are satisfied. These conditions include:
By Vince Musewe Nov. 4, 2022
Sanctions, corruption cripple Zim
Sadc set aside October 25 as a special day to campaign against the economic restrictions which have for years inflicted damage on Harare's economy.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Oct. 21, 2022
Government frets over dwindling correspondent banking relationships
Deputy Finance minister Clemence Chiduwa blamed the sanctions imposed by the United States through the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (Zidera) of 2001
By Melody Chikono Oct. 16, 2022
Ngezi drown DeMbare
By Henry Mhara