AFDIS eyes growth amid operational instability

Afdis pointed out that the economic environment continued to present impediments that constrained business operations.
By Kudzai Kuwaza 13h ago

Reflecting on the export ban for raw lithium

The government does not consider concentrates as raw or unprocessed lithium.
By Victor Bhoroma 14h ago

New Horizon: Are elections important?

The 1980s elections were rapidly followed by Independence, education, health and clean water supply.
By Fay Chung 14h ago

Regional industrialists invade Zim market for USD

Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) had warned that the new power cuts trend was going to be catastrophic to industry.
By Rugare Mubika 15h ago

Lithium heist in Mberengwa ... as Kuvimba ‘loots’ villagers ore without paying

Mines deputy minister Polite Kambamura was deployed to meet artisanal miners while assessing the situation on the ground.
By Sydney Kawadza 15h ago

Local smelters increase chrome prices

Chrome miners had been appealing to the government to extend its deadline on the export of raw chrome fines after the fines were exempted from the previous ban on chrome exports.
By Tinashe Makichi 15h ago

Zimdollar in spectacular freefall

Zimbabwe suffered the highest levels of hyperinflation ever recorded for a nation in peacetime in 2007 and 2008.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 15h ago

Interview: ‘Transnational crimes threaten growth’

I work to stop the bleeding in Africa, so what we focus on are injustices related to trade, investments, debt and taxation.
By Melody Chikono 16h ago

Mai Denzel: What’s good for the goose is good for the gander

The result was some very public narrative about her love life including some leaked nude pictures that she had shared in the comfort of her intimate relationship.
By Grace Chirenje 16h ago