ZSE bids to revive debt market

A debt market is a financial instrument on which debt securities with a tenor of one year and above are issued, listed and traded.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 7, 2024

Charity begins at home...

An investor on ZSE should be able to buy and sell securities as and when they deem fit just like in other jurisdictions.
By Newsday Jun. 6, 2024

ZSE raises alarm as daily trades dip 92%

Bgoni said the other thing that was not helping the bourse was the continued suspension of Old Mutual and PPC, saying the two used to be very attractive counters.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 4, 2024

ZSE to launch capital markets association at ZimInd indaba

Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) group CEO, Kenias Mafukidze told this newspaper two weeks ago that in a rapidly changing and challenging investment landscape, value preservation was a priority.
By Melody Chikono May. 17, 2024

Truworths gets three-month reprieve

Bgoni said the ZSE has requested Truworths to provide a roadmap on how it will resolve the challenges.
By Blessed Ndlovu Mar. 13, 2024

ZSE boss upbeat despite volatility

The foreign currency auction, in particular, has failed to eliminate the parallel market which is the more preferred rate nationally.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 2, 2024

ZSE Vat demand spooks REITs

"The challenge we are having on ZSE is that of taxation. Pension funds REITs are not liquid enough to pay for the Vat and claim it later on,” he told businessdigest.
By Melody Chikono Jul. 21, 2023

ZSE boss speaks on delistings, switch to VFEX

The ZSE has performed badly in efforts to attract foreign direct investment which led Bgoni to declare it as “the worst performing market” in Africa last August.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 29, 2023

Address challenges that curb economic growth

The decision by the government to hike interest rates to 200% definitely needs to be revised given the adverse impact it has had on the financial sector.
By The Independent Jan. 6, 2023