Minister blames ED law for high US$ pricing

Last month, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency reported that 80% of transactions were now in US dollars.
By Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 25, 2023

Business pleads for peaceful polls

Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu said political parties and their supporters should continue with the “peace gospel” during and after the elections.
By Tatira Zwinoira Aug. 23, 2023

Price hikes far from being over: Retailers

The country has been experiencing price hikes over the past few weeks, forcing monetary and fiscal authorities to come up with a cocktail of measures to address the crisis.
By Rugare Mubika Jun. 11, 2023

Underweight products flood local market

The move, which prejudices consumers, was discovered by government.
By Freeman Makopa May. 10, 2023

Business frets over rising violence as polls beckon

On the economic crisis bedevilling the country, Matsheza said engagements were ongoing with the government.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 14, 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

Business to engage ED over operating environment

The summit, which is expected to host in excess of 1 000 delegates, will draw participants from the country’s 10 provinces as well as from the region.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 4, 2023

ED’s planned engagement with captains of industry commendable

It is our sincere hope that this summit won’t be another bootlicking jamboree, but a no-holds-barred engagement to ensure the country gets back to its feet again.
By Newsday Jan. 4, 2023

DeMbare unveil 25-member anniversary committee

The anniversary celebrations will culminate in an awards night next year.
By Henry Mhara Dec. 9, 2022