‘Zim participation in AfCFTA provides access to 5 900 free tariffs lines’

He noted that there had been slow implementation of the building block approach to improve trade gradually within the region.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 14, 2024

‘Zim, DRC businesses must ride on trade policies’

He said local companies were already doing business with the DRC, with a significant increase in trade from US$32 million in 2018 to US$87 million in 2022.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 4, 2024

A third of Zim’s industry ready for AfCFTA: CZI

He said that companies noted that the cost of production was higher in Zimbabwe compared to other countries making local firms uncompetitive.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga May. 1, 2024

US expands investments in Africa, seals USD 14.2 bn in deals to counter Chinese influence

The US has adjusted its investment and trade strategies in regions affected by conflict.
By Dt Next Dec. 19, 2023

A case for future economic planning

This requires growing the economy from the 2018 levels of about US$18 billion to US$65 billion by 2030.
By Victor Bhoroma Sep. 29, 2023

Financial inclusion critical for African agriculture success

Nzenza said African farmers face difficulties in accessing credit, leading to a lack of investment in agricultural technologies.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 31, 2022

International trade: Zimbabwe must stake its claim

When the WTO was formed in 1995, it extended the scope of international trade to include services such as banking and insurance. In addition to ensuring free trade, WTO also adjudicates on trade disputes.

By The Southern Eye Jul. 27, 2022

‘AfCFTA push a mirage: CZI’… industries hint at bloodbath

In 2020, regional economies rolled out the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), a US$3,4 trillion bloc with access to about 2,5 billion people in 54 markets.

By The Southern Eye Jul. 12, 2022

Outcry over state of Binga-Dete road

The deterioration of the road is attributed to ageing, neglect and damage caused by heavy rains that have been pounding Hwange district lately.

By The Southern Eye Feb. 13, 2022