Why new ministers must up their game

Since 1980, there have been frequent changes in the composition and portfolios of successive cabinets and ministerial offices.
By Makomborero Muzenda Sep. 24, 2023

Cabinet nepotism fractures Zanu PF

But those fighting in Mnangagwa’s corner argued that such appointments were common.
By Vincent Mungofa and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Sep. 22, 2023

Act early on post poll market jitters

After seeing the currency depreciating by over 500% in the first quarter alone, and how this wiped out incomes, Zimbabweans are ill equipped to handle another wave of turmoil.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 15, 2023

Treasury management, again!

Nonetheless, we find ourselves here and the answer to the above questions will help in making decisions in the current moment:
By Owen Mavengere Aug. 4, 2023

CeterisParibus: ZW$ sustains positive momentum for over a month: What to expect

The economic impact of a sudden appreciation of a weak currency against a hard currency can be both beneficial and detrimental, depending on the economic structure and foreign trade dynamics.
By Tinashe Duma Jul. 28, 2023

Price controls will not work

The government has since introduced a cocktail of economic stabilization measures
By Zviko Sibanda Jul. 21, 2023

Be serious about corruption, govt told

This was revealed in a report tabled before Parliament recently following a visit to Qatar by the United Nations Office of Counter Terrorism.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jul. 14, 2023

Fuel imports up 73%.

Petrol imports stood at 614 million litres last year against 510 million litres in 2021.
By Bridget Wadzanai Mavhimira Jul. 7, 2023

Pension funds under fire

We that concerned about the issue of expenses.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 2, 2023