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OK Zimbabwe revenue projected to reach US$346m

OK Zimbabwe last week concluded the acquisition of Food Lovers branches in the country as well as the rights to expand the brand locally.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 17, 2023

Hippo earnings seen softening

In an analysis of the firm’s financial statements for the full year ended March 31, 2022, IH said that downside risks still existed from high financial costs.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 23, 2022

‘Policy rate to drive CBZ revenue’

Operating costs were up 302% year-on-year primarily driven by staff costs (up 565%).
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 16, 2022

Experts downbeat as Ncube cuts GDP forecasts

Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube had projected in November that growth would come through at 5,5% this year, riding on rebounding international commodity prices, as pandemic jitters fizzle out.

By The Independent Jul. 31, 2022

Experts downbeat as Ncube cuts GDP forecasts

Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube had projected in November that growth would come through at 5,5% this year, riding on rebounding international commodity prices, as pandemic jitters fizzle out.

By The Independent Jul. 31, 2022

Mnangagwa edict ‘will cripple ZSE’

Facing headwinds ranging from a battered currency to steep surges in inflation, the government announced unprecedented radical monetary policy shifts on May 7, banning bank lending and tightening the screws from stocks trading to supermarkets.

By The Independent May. 15, 2022

Mnangagwa edict ‘will cripple ZSE’

Facing headwinds ranging from a battered currency to steep surges in inflation, the government announced unprecedented radical monetary policy shifts on May 7, banning bank lending and tightening the screws from stocks trading to supermarkets.

By The Independent May. 15, 2022

Tourism industry sees long road to recovery

TBCZ chief executive Paul Matamisa said on Friday that although restrictions had been removed, the adverse impact of the measures was still being felt by the sector.

By The Independent Mar. 13, 2022

Tourism industry sees long road to recovery

TBCZ chief executive Paul Matamisa said on Friday that although restrictions had been removed, the adverse impact of the measures was still being felt by the sector.

By The Independent Mar. 13, 2022