We’re not a nuclear reactor, CZI boss tells journalists

Business lobbies across the world employ experts, including economists, who help their leaders address issues raised by the media.
By Shame Makoshori and Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Feb. 16, 2024

New policy measures will overstretch Zimra: CZI

This is contained in a CZI report, which gives the business lobby’s insights into the implications of the 2024 national budget to companies.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 19, 2024

Insurance industry bombshell... as govt muscles in on third-party business

Warning government to stay away from insurance, the paper said Zimbabwe’s southern African peers had left insurers to run third party insurance.
By Shame Makoshori and Julia Ndlela Jan. 19, 2024

Persistent power crisis cripples mining, industry

Power cuts, according to Isaac Kwesu, chief executive officer of the Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe, are endangering the sustainability of the mining industry.
By Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Nov. 10, 2023

Zim economy under pressure post-election

Chitambara said the outlook depends on what happens in terms of money supply, adding if there is huge money supply injection into the economy, the local currency will continue depreciating.
By Belinda Chiroodza and Blessed Mhlanga Nov. 5, 2023

'Zim’s economic instability putting off investors'

Speaking at the CZI 2023, Tanaka said it was very difficult for investors to invest in Zimbabwe because of the bumpy business environment.
By Blessed Mhlanga Oct. 29, 2023

Cast your nets wider, cash-starved firms told

Mutasa made the remarks at the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries 2023 Annual Congress that began on Wednesday and ends today.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 27, 2023

Zim manufacturing sector lagging: CZI chief economist

According to Treasury, the manufacturing sector will be subdued at a 2,5% growth rate this year, from 2,6% last year. Treasury projects the sector to rebound by 3,7% in 2024.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 27, 2023

Business pushes for enabling environment

Some of the challenges afflicting businesses are power cuts, exchange rate disparities, high taxes, and in recent weeks, declining capital.
By Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 26, 2023