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Mozambique proposes pay cut for top officials

Mr Tonela said some of their salaries were significantly higher than those paid to other executives and specialised professionals.
By Bbc News May. 26, 2023

We’re poor because of you, civil society tells IMF

Afrodad) executive director Jason Braganza last week told the fifth debt conference in Harare that the debt crisis affecting Zimbabwe and Africa was not by accident, but by design.
By Melody Chikono May. 21, 2023

As global recession looms, China unlikely to rescue economy again: Report

A strong rebound from China would help offset an expected slowdown in other parts of the world, spurred by monetary tightening policies by central banks over the past 12-18 months.
By Business Standard May. 19, 2023

Local bourse mired in official exchange rate, blended CPI

In our opinion, blended inflation and the interbank rate have played a key role in undoing the efforts of stakeholders to develop the local capital markets over the years.
By Tafara Mtutu May. 19, 2023

Zim requests IMF to monitor its economic policies

The minister said it was the government’s expectation that the partners would support the country in some key areas around food security
By Melody Chikono May. 17, 2023

Relevance of World Bank, IMF to Sub-Saharan Africa

This development institution is headquartered in Shanghai and was launched by the collective of, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, in 2014, and began operations in 2016.
By Kevin Tutani May. 5, 2023

Zim Debt Conference draws closer

The national debt is currently estimated to be close to US$20 billion which includes resource-backed loans with China and the African Import Export Bank, multilateral partners and domestic lenders.
By Business Reporter May. 1, 2023

Govt to revise 2023 GDP growth upwards

The government expects to harvest 2,3 million tonnes of maize this year, a 58% increase from the previous season, due to favourable rainfall.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Apr. 27, 2023

Govt sets aside funds for coffee processing plant

Government announced during a post-Cabinet briefing last week that it would support coffee producers in Manicaland province with setting up the processing plant.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 24, 2023