Microfinance sector dumps local currency

According to national statistics, over 80% of transactions are now in foreign currency, with the dominant currency being the greenback, as the market has rejected the local currency.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 12, 2024

An excuse for Zanu PF’s Harare takeover bid

It is mandated to investigate financial management of revenue generated through special vehicle companies and other outsourced arrangements.
By Newsday May. 13, 2024

Govt gives BCC 3 weeks to audit books

Latest council minutes state that the condition placed on the council required cooperation by all departments.
By Silas Nkala May. 11, 2024

Tshabangu pushes for inclusive government

Mnangagwa recently denied ambitions to extend his term, but he has done little to caution his supporters against saying that he will be in office beyond 2028.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 5, 2024

Tourism investments drop by 45%

Soaring public and private debt is also preventing investors from injecting fresh capital. 
By Blessed Ndlovu May. 5, 2024

Business Opinion: Financial preparedness in entrepreneurship

Yes, that why many of us have a phobia when it comes to this area from a household to national level.

Cutbacks leave jet-setting state bosses without ZITF air fares

This is after 80% of the 2023/2024 crop was wiped out by high temperatures and low rainfall.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 26, 2024

Zim receives new US$15m health grant

The close-out marked the commencement of a renewed relationship through a new US$15 million essential health services grant.
By Vanessa Gonye Mar. 29, 2024

Tshabangu faction lays claim to government ‘windfall’

Siso said the party has also recalled three newly-sworn in proportional representation National Assembly members in Bulawayo arguing that they were not part of the agreed list.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 13, 2024