Zim still unprepared for AfCFTA: CZI

“This also underlines that there are a number of issues still needed for Zimbabwe businesses to be ready to exploit the opportunities that will arise from continental integration.”
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 27, 2023

Indigenous commerce should help valuate African economies

Some of the principles of indigenous African commerce expressed through mass food markets
By Charles Dhewa Mar. 22, 2023

Industries worried as Zim massages inflation again

This week, the CZI said it was important to run with both Zimbabwe dollar and US dollar indexed CPI.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 17, 2023

Re-dollarisation: Is this the right path forward for Zim?

Dollarisation is a generic term used by economists when a country substitutes its currency with foreign currency as a legal tender.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 3, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Zim, US must come to the table

The penalties have also led to the loss of correspondent banking relationships with over 80 foreign banks.
By Faith Zaba Mar. 3, 2023

Currency crisis: Lessons not learnt

Since the start of the year, seven weeks ago, the local currency has lost 27% of its value versus the greenback.
By Newsday Feb. 23, 2023

Local unit loses function... as US$ dominates transactions

On Monday, Ncube agreed that the Zimdollar depreciation has reduced government income, wages, and economic growth prospects.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 22, 2023

Zesa mulls switch to forex-indexed power tariff

The State-run power firm has been importing most of its power from regional utilities after failing to meet domestic demand for several reasons.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 10, 2023

Markets panic over spike in ZSE delistings

The delistings accelerated yesterday, after Zimbabwe’s largest hospitality outfit, African Sun Limited, said its board had approved a plan to “immediately” switch to VFEX.
By Mthandazo Nyoni and Rugare Mubika Feb. 9, 2023