Analysis of the 2023 budget

Key risks for 2023 emanate from the uneven distribution of rainfall, power cutsand contingent liabilities from State Enterprises and Parastatals (SEPs).
By Victor Bhoroma Dec. 2, 2022

Reduce borrowing, rationalise existing burden

After the fact, we note the positives in both addresses, but it seems that both fail to adequately satisfy the expectations of the poor, raising concerns for the coming year.
By Amh Voices Dec. 1, 2022

Food poverty surges 0,9%

“The CPI for the month ending November 2022 stood at $13 349,42 compared to $13 113,95 in October 2022 and $3 760,86 in November 2021.”
By Silas Nkala and Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 30, 2022

Russia-Ukraine crisis: Food inflation soars in Zim.

The global lender said Zimbabwe’s aggregate food inflation stood at 321% during the period, a notable leap ahead of second placed Lebanon, whose rate was estimated at 208%.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 29, 2022

Experts decry new budget

The annual inflation rate was 268,8% last month, from 280,4% in September, and has remained in triple digits for the past few months.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 27, 2022

Ncube fixates on inflation fight..… as fiscal pain gets worse for majority

The annual inflation rate was estimated at 268% last month.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 25, 2022

RTG lifts profit as tourists troop back

RTG lifted occupancy levels to 51% during the review period, 27 percentage points ahead of third quarter 2021.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 23, 2022

Letters: Fulfil diaspora vote promise

Zanu PF finance secretary Patrick Chinamasa said diaspora vote would only take place after sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe had been removed.
By Amh Voices Nov. 15, 2022

Mop up drains $9bn out of market…but high policy rate may stifle lending, cautions FCB

In its report, FCB said $9 billion was drained out of the market.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 14, 2022