Catch and release, Zimbabwe style

World Bank statistics show that Zimbabwe now has the highest food inflation in the world at 353%.
By Cathy Buckle 6h ago

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

High costs paralyse poultry farmers

Mano said day-old chick prices increased by 58% to US$90 for every 100 last year from US$57 in 2020.
By Methembe Sibanda and Emma Nhancumba Nov. 12, 2022

World Bank Group appoints new regional country director

The World Bank Group has appointed Nathan Belete as the new country director for Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
By Newsday Nov. 10, 2022

Central bank digital currencies options and opportunities

Zimbabwe’s electronic payment systems are already highly resilient and secure.
By Ronald Zvendiya Oct. 30, 2022

The inflation conundrum: Why govt must be worried

THIS week, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) pegged annual inflation for the month of October at 268,8%.
By Newsday Oct. 29, 2022

Aid: Africa’s silent killer

Due to their unreasonable prices, the export of local goods reduces. As a result, local industries and producers in Africa are forced to go out of business.
By Charmaine Matingo and Charlene Tirivavi Oct. 27, 2022

Blinkered loyalty to corrupt leaders is not patriotism

Since independence, Zimbabwe, just like any other African country has been riddled by the familiar problem of unethical conduct among public officials.
By Anotida Chikumbu Oct. 26, 2022

‘Informal sector curtailing productivity’

THE World Bank (WB) has urged Zimbabwe to formalise its economy saying high informalisation is suppressing productivity and long-term development.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 25, 2022