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Ncube feels heat as meltdown batters Zim from all fronts

In December last year, Finance minister Mthuli Ncube projected that the GDP would grow by 3,8% this year.
By Shame Makoshori and RUGARE MUBIKA Jun. 2, 2023

In-Depth-Interview: Polad chief pushes for aggressive rate hike

It is important that the foreign currency auction system is reflective of market realities. If this becomes the case, people will not abuse the it.
By RUGARE MUBIKA Jun. 2, 2023

Manzungu gets global recognition

His presentation at the global summit delved on the importance of innovations and productivity as key drivers of sustainable economic and social development.
By Style Reporter May. 23, 2023

Mashwede Holdings boss scoops top gong

These awards are a build-up to the National Business Awards which will be held in Victoria Falls from June 28 to 30 this year.
By RUGARE MUBIKA May. 23, 2023

Manzungu honoured in UK

Manzungu is also the co-founder and chief executive officer of Zimbuild Property Investments.
By STAFF WRITER Apr. 6, 2023

Indigenous commerce should help valuate African economies

Some of the principles of indigenous African commerce expressed through mass food markets
By Charles Dhewa Mar. 22, 2023

Ease of doing business is everyone’s business

Granted, businesses have to navigate multiple layers of bureaucracy and corruption to secure requisite permits before setting up in Zimbabwe.
By Shame Makoshori Mar. 16, 2023

City firms struggle to revive operations

Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries  president Kurai Matsheza said rolling power outages have worsened the plight of already struggling local industries.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 12, 2023

‘Power cuts to wipe out US$4bn’

They said many companies had already warned that first quarter (Q1) output would be far below performance during the same period in 2022.
By RUGARE MUBIKA and Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 3, 2023