Foreign currency transactions dominate insurance sector

In Zimbabwe dollar terms, the industry recorded a 353% surge in 2022 having underwritten business valued at $173 billion during the period.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 14, 2023

Letters: Open letter to President Mnangagwa

It is of great concern Mr. President, that in the midst of vast natural resources which anchor our mining and agricultural sectors
By Crisis In Zimbabwe Coalition Mar. 12, 2023

Power, water shortages hit Chipinge chilli farmers

Local communities not only use chilli farming as a natural income-generating solution, but as a tool to deter elephants from raiding their crops.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 12, 2023

Debt dialogue a critical step for arrears clearance

The accumulation of external debt payment arrears and penalties for the past two decades, now estimated at US$6,3 billion as at end of September 2022.
By Tirivangani Mutazu Mar. 10, 2023

Parliament ratifies Opec Fund loan to Zimbabwe of US$15 million

The minister made the remarks while raising a motion on the ratification of the loan agreement between Zimbabwe and OFID.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 9, 2023

US$5,5m boost for mushroom farmers

Over the years, mushroom farming has emerged as one of the nation’s fastest-growing home-based agro-business ventures.
By Lorraine Muromo Mar. 7, 2023

Above-normal rainfall predicted for March

According to FEWS NET, surplus-producing and some typical deficit-producing locations should see stable US dollar maize grain prices.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 6, 2023

CBZ sets up charitable foundation

CBZ Group CEO Blessing Mudavanhu said corporate social investment had a positive impact on those in need, a key ingredient to national development.
By Style Reporter Mar. 5, 2023

Zimbos turn to mopane worms as hunger bites

As a result, traditional income-generating activities such as selling vegetables and fruit, barter trade, and casual labour have been on the decline.