Currency reforms: ‘Treasury boss clutching at straws’

Ncube said currency reforms were crucial at this stage
By Melody Chikono and Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 16, 2024
Innscor revenue to breach US$1bn mark
Innscor revenue to breach US$1bn mark
The report noted that Innscor would continue optimising manufacturing efficiencies and extracting synergies across its expanded asset base.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 16, 2024
Puma Energy sets aside US$12m capex war chest
Puma Energy Zimbabwe, according to Kodog, is proactively engaging with industry partners and regulatory bodies to ensure a reliable and steady fuel supply.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 16, 2024
Synoptic exploration of the growth of AI innovations
The field of AI, although born from the brilliance of modern computation, finds its roots in timeless philosophical contemplations.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 9, 2024
Towards combating corruption: A call for change in Zim polity
The public sector encompasses government institutions, its decentralised units, and various other entities responsible for delivering public programmes, goods, or services.
By Samson Ntambalika Feb. 9, 2024
We must not give up on Zimpost
Although Zimpost has the potential to make the overall economy more effective, it is in need of vital changes to its current business model.
By Kevin Tutani Feb. 9, 2024
Unlock Zim’s untapped wildlife filming potential
It is time for African filmmakers to produce their own wildlife films and market them to the global community.
By Jacob Mutisi Feb. 9, 2024
Budding emphasis on ESG in mining
Rivers have been and remain at high risk of being contaminated by the discharge of potentially toxic chemicals from mineral extraction.
By Nyasha Mpahlo Feb. 9, 2024
How AI is transforming the Zim banking sector
AI can help employees with organising and increasing the efficiency of processes, which increases productivity.
By Vanessa Machingauta Feb. 9, 2024
The unsung hero of job evaluation
This seemingly simple document acts as the foundation upon which the entire evaluation rests, shaping internal pay structures and attracting and retaining talent.
By Memory Nguwi Feb. 9, 2024
A relook into 2024 National Budget
This first column for 2024 starts with a relook into the 2024 budget, the instituted amendments, and their implications.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Feb. 9, 2024
Get started with social media for personal brand
Personal branding is the ongoing process of (defining and) refining what you stand for; communicating this through verbal and non-verbal channels.
By Anesu Chikumba Feb. 9, 2024
Fire-damaged clothing giant bleeds as insurers delay payouts
The fires, which raged for about two weeks, inflicted extensive damage estimated at around US$30 million on the factory.
By Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 9, 2024
Return of duty lifts burden on companies — Buy Zim
This comes at a time when retailers have been crying over losing business to informal traders.
By Julia Ndlela Feb. 9, 2024
Tongaat consortium mulls massive power project
The announcement comes following the recent approval of the firm’s business rescuer plan (BRP) by creditors, marking a crucial step in Tongaat Hulett’s journey to stability.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 9, 2024
Ordinary citizens under siege from new taxes
Compared to January 2023, the cost of living has surged by about 595%, primarily driven by the devaluation of the local currency.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Feb. 9, 2024
ZSE bulls camp at Delta Corp
Delta’s capitalisation was US$755,18 million at the end of 2023.
By Belinda Chiroodza Feb. 9, 2024
Campaigners fight to end street life for women
On the streets, young girls and women sleep on pavements in groups to avoid being attacked or raped.
By Vincent Mungofa Feb. 2, 2024
A deeper focus on rail ops in freight logistics
In most competitive economies, rail transport moves between 20%-40% of a country’s total freight. Rail also offers a number of desirable benefits.
By Kevin Tutani Feb. 2, 2024
Beware of Devil’s Breath drugs
Once the drug takes effect, it can cause temporary amnesia, confusion, and a state of suggestibility in the victim.
By Jacob Mutisi Feb. 2, 2024
Analysis of 2024 special surtax on sugar content
 By lowering the prevalence of noncommunicable diseases associated with sugary drinks, the tax could potentially lead to a reduction in healthcare costs associated with treating these conditions.
By Ronald Zvendiya Feb. 2, 2024
Global efforts in curbing wildlife crime not enough
Additionally, it is crucial to adapt to emerging trends and ensure sustainable funding and political commitment in order to achieve lasting progress in the fight against wildlife crime.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Feb. 2, 2024
Feature: South Africa scores below ‘flawed democracies’ in corruption index
Those abusing power escape accountability and the widespread harm to victims goes unremedied.
By Mail & Guardian. Feb. 2, 2024
Food security must be a priority area
The prize of a bucket of maize has straddled beyond the reach of many in the countryside.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Feb. 2, 2024
Zim 2024 outlook, strategy: ‘Barbarians at the gate’ (III)
In today’s everchanging environment that is marked by disruption, the question of corporate survival has become top of mind as companies grapple with how to move forward.
By Batanai Matsika Feb. 2, 2024
US company raises stake in Caledonia
Its shareholding in Caledonia is through the miner’s primary listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 2, 2024
Byo Thermal Power Station decommissioning to hit jobs
The government last year announced plans to decommission the 77-year-old station, arguing it is now beyond repair due to its old and dilapidated infrastructure.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 2, 2024
‘Zim targets to double FDI by 2030’
Zimbabwe attracted foreign direct investment of about US$342 million in 2022.
By Belinda Chiroodza Feb. 2, 2024