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High-appetite blue-chips to accelerate acquisition spree

VFEX’s fine run was underpinned by a flood in foreign deals.
By Rugare Mubika Feb. 3, 2023
‘January disease’ outbreak ravages Zim cattle herd
‘January disease’ outbreak ravages Zim cattle herd
It is the most recent of several scourges to hit the agricultural sector after armyworm ravaged swathes of the Mashonaland Province at the end of last year.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 3, 2023
Opinion: Deepfakes spread misinformation
Artificial Intelligence is redefining the proverb "seeing is believing," with a deluge of images created out of thin air and people shown mouthing things they never said.
By AFP Feb. 3, 2023
Opinion: Comparative regional case studies and best practices
Most governments have come to the realisation that, with policy and legislative support, the informal economy can become a vital cog in the development of their national economies.
By Samuel Wadzai Feb. 3, 2023
Opinion: It’s payback time for US stocks
When you own a stock, your returns come from two sources: appreciation of the stock plus any dividend payment.
By Vitality Katsenelson Feb. 3, 2023
Opinion: Market salary: Everything companies need to know
Employers frequently carry out market salary comparisons to remain competitive
By Memory Nguwi Feb. 3, 2023
Opinion: Will debt cancellation solve poverty and inequality?
Dialogues on debt cancellation and restructuring have taken centre stage with countries such as Ghana, Chad, Ethiopia, and Zambia  setting the pace for the much needed debt relief on the continent.
By Vanessa Jaravaza Feb. 3, 2023
AFDIS eyes growth amid operational instability
Afdis pointed out that the economic environment continued to present impediments that constrained business operations.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 27, 2023
‘Power cuts counteract Delta capacity growth’
This comes after the corporation acknowledged that it was at its manufacturing capacity and unable to boost the nation's supply of PET and Super Chibuku.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 27, 2023
ETFs on ZSE to reconfigure after massive migrations to VFEX
The VFEX however is expected to be a buy-and-hold market which is not good news for stockbrokers at the moment according to Imara Asset Management.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 27, 2023
ZB in massive shake-up
Sources last week told businessdigest that everyone at the bank was made to apply for the new positions that came with the new structure.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 27, 2023
Industry decries forex auction for inflation pain
The CZI said much of last year’s troubles stemmed from the auction system, which it blamed for inflaming the black market.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 20, 2023
Govt turns to banks to fund roads rehab
Zinara has been collecting a fraction of its annual requirements to bankroll road rehabilitations
By Freeman Makopa Jan. 20, 2023
‘Forex-earning companies to withstand market storms’
The ZSE’s primary All Share Index (ALSI) fell by 25,37% in the third quarter.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 20, 2023
GDP growth will be lower than projected: Report
The International Monetary Fund anticipates 3,6% growth.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 20, 2023
Hyperinflation leaves firms in reporting fix
Mandisodza said Zimbabwe was still in the jaws of hyperinflation because inflation was now back above 100%.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 13, 2023
Axia lays out Vic Falls bourse listing plan
The company revealed that its board of directors had met on November 22 last year where it was agreed to delist from the ZSE and list on the VFEX.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 13, 2023
TNF negotiations under threat
The TNF is a social dialogue platform that brings together government, business and labour to negotiate key socioeconomic matters.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Jan. 13, 2023
Interview: We re-create generative spaces for today’s hybrid workplace
However as the world transforms, challenges such as  strengthening culture and building skills to help managers to lead geographically dispersed teams in today's new hybrid .
By Melody Chikono Jan. 13, 2023
Opinion: Debt can be sensible way to build wealth
For example, you may borrow money from the bank to buy an asset —  a resource of economic value that generates income from its productive use.
By Bomikazi Zeka Jan. 13, 2023
New Perspectives: Reflection on budget blues
An exasperated Treasury boss had to trim the 2023 budget bids by a whopping two thirds to come up with a 2023 National Budget of just under US$4 billion.
By Tapiwa Nyandoro Jan. 13, 2023
Opinion: Policy incentives a must for re-industrialisation
Overall, the policy environment from taxation, import and export procedures, foreign exchange regime and currency are combining to thwart investment in the industry.
By Victor Bhoroma Jan. 13, 2023
Employee engagement: Signs employers need to watch
Employees that are engaged are more likely to stay longer, be more productive, and go over and above for the firm.
By Memory Nguwi Jan. 13, 2023
Global trade: Unfolding curse of low expectations
The push to increase trade saw the World Trade Organisation establish an Aid for Trade Initiative in 2006.
By Nyasha Mandeya Jan. 13, 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
US dollar liquidity preference
While this has triggered an increase in robbery cases, the motives of holding cash can be derived from the functional definition of money.
By Batanai Matsika Jan. 7, 2023
Insurers’ debt to pensioners rises by 64%
Chief among the challenges have been currency shortages, which continue to ravage the economy as well as steep parallel market exchange rates.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 7, 2023
‘Economy crippled by illicit financial flows’
According to reports, Zimbabwe is thought to have lost more than US$32 billion as a result of illicit cash flows between 2000 and 2020.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 7, 2023