Is Zim headed towards a technical recession?

When this article was written, The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange's nominal growth for the year-to-date (YTD) period ending 15/11 in 2022 was 28,79%.
By Respect Gwenzi Nov. 25, 2022

Editor's memo: The curse of rising poverty

The government has battled to contain economic pressure, scoring successes and failures.
By Brian Chitemba Nov. 25, 2022

Developing nations need clear grand plans to be competitive

Grand strategy is a plan for a country or a regional bloc to achieve its set objectives
By Jabulani Dhlamini Nov. 18, 2022

Africa’s debt conundrum

Total African external public debt reached US$726 billion in 2021, up US$27 billion on the previous year, a fairly modest 3% increase.
By Neil Ford Nov. 16, 2022

‘US$30bn required to transform State entities

Government has been on a drive to reform the SEOs to get them back to their initial gross domestic product contribution of 40%
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 4, 2022

Govt policy unpredictability destroying formal economy

According to the World Bank, Zimbabwe’s economy grew by 5,8% to US$19,2 billion in 2021 after contracting by 6,1% in 2019 and 6,2% in 2020.
By Victor Bhoroma Sep. 16, 2022

AfDB cuts Zim’s growth projections to 3.5%

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth has also been held back by exchange rate turbulences, along with a relentless inflationary charge.

By The Independent May. 29, 2022

AfDB cuts Zim’s growth projections to 3.5%

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth has also been held back by exchange rate turbulences, along with a relentless inflationary charge.

By The Independent May. 29, 2022

Russia-Ukraine war and the Zimbabwe daily bread

BY TAFADZWA MUSARARA The current Russia military onslaught will not only destroy lives and infrastructure in Ukraine, but also bring unprecedent food insecurity and social upheavals to the rest of the world. This will deliver a catastrophic impact on the world’s poorest and paralyses humanitarian work in the feminine hit regions. Russia and Ukraine, once […]

By The Independent Mar. 12, 2022