Zinara, HCC fight sign of disrespect

Citizens are not being respected yet they toil under the current economic hardships to meet their statutory obligations. But in return they have been getting a raw deal.
Mnangagwa should make  a clarion call for peace
Mnangagwa should make a clarion call for peace
In the video, the perpetrators, with flog sticks are seen questioning the elderly villagers why they were gathered to support CCC at their old age before severely flogging them.
By The Independent Jan. 13, 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
2023 presents chance to drum up more FDI
SEVERAL major projects that had been under consideration since last year were implemented in 2022.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 23, 2022
Don’t cause fresh upheavals
We say this because as we report elsewhere in this publication, Industry and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza says Cabinet has, in principle, agreed to enact a new empower law.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 16, 2022
A new SMP crucial to reboot economy
The SMP is an informal arrangement between the government and the IMF to monitor the implementation of key economic programmes in the country.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 9, 2022
Tragedy of disastrous decision-making
DURING the decade to 2007, Southern Africa’s leaders had already been briefed about impending power shortages due to poor investment into new generation capacities.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 2, 2022
Policies only make sense when implemented
His plan to completely do away with the Zimbabwe dollar was one of the policies that resonated with everyone.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 25, 2022
Perils of companies in Ncube’s tax chaos
They had experienced the difference that a stable currency makes when economies make the right decisions.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 18, 2022
Mining economy target dampened
This is US$5 billion short of authorities’ ambitious targets.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 11, 2022
PSMI decay tip of iceberg
That government is a key stakeholder in this medical institution which is in such a shambolic state is a reflection of its gross incompetence in running enterprises in which it is a major shareholder.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 4, 2022
Don’t blame sanctions only, corruption is a factor too
This rubbishes the claim by the United States that the restrictions have  affected just more than 100 individuals put on the list.
By Editorial Oct. 21, 2022
Give Zacc the teeth to bite
The economic costs of corruption to humanity are dire.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 7, 2022
Hit looters’ pockets to save millions
They will say the IMF’s stance is unfair for a country that cleared its debt to the fund back in 2015. But bad debtors are bad debtors.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 23, 2022
Wafer-thin capital markets send shivers
PENSION funds, the traditional sources of capital for business, are now wafer thin to underwrite the scale of funding required to propel industries forward.
By Editorial Sep. 16, 2022
The elephant in the room
The elephant in the room is economic mismanagement, which has created an unsustainable country risk
By Admin Sep. 9, 2022
Stop clinging to decaying state firms
Companies including power utility Zesa and the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco) come into mind.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 2, 2022
Zinara, HCC fight sign of disrespect
Citizens are not being respected yet they toil under the current economic hardships to meet their statutory obligations. But in return they have been getting a raw deal.
Zinara board mustn’t be trapped in bureaucracy
Perhaps Zinara bosses didn’t realise the gravity of their ambition at the time.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jan. 20, 2023
Zinara board mustn’t be trapped in bureaucracy.
Perhaps Zinara bosses didn’t realise the gravity of their ambition at the time.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jan. 20, 2023
Mnangagwa should make a clarion call for peace
In the video, the perpetrators, with flog sticks are seen questioning the elderly villagers why they were gathered to support CCC at their old age before severely flogging them.
By The Independent Jan. 13, 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
2023 presents chance to drum up more FDI
SEVERAL major projects that had been under consideration since last year were implemented in 2022.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 23, 2022
Don’t cause fresh upheavals
We say this because as we report elsewhere in this publication, Industry and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza says Cabinet has, in principle, agreed to enact a new empower law.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 16, 2022
A new SMP crucial to reboot economy
The SMP is an informal arrangement between the government and the IMF to monitor the implementation of key economic programmes in the country.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 9, 2022
Tragedy of disastrous decision-making
DURING the decade to 2007, Southern Africa’s leaders had already been briefed about impending power shortages due to poor investment into new generation capacities.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Dec. 2, 2022
Policies only make sense when implemented
His plan to completely do away with the Zimbabwe dollar was one of the policies that resonated with everyone.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 25, 2022
Perils of companies in Ncube’s tax chaos
They had experienced the difference that a stable currency makes when economies make the right decisions.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 18, 2022