400% pay rise for soldiers, cops reversed

This publication has gathered that senior members of the CIO are breathing fire following the reversals, which are said to have forced heads of departments to call for urgent talks this week.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 19, 2023

Zim structured debt talks step in the right direction

Zimbabwe has been recycling its socio-economic and financial challenges since 1980
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 17, 2023

Dzivarasekwa residents fume over substandard NBS houses

The residents claimed that the interest rates being charged by NBS were not tallying with what was on their agreement of sale.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 15, 2023

RBZ boss warns against forex loans

Mangudya spoke at a time when Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) listed companies have been delisting from the main bourse to list on the foreign currency-dominated Victoria Falls Stock Exchange.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 12, 2023

Zim dollar collapse raises concerns

As of Wednesday, US$1 fetched $907,92 formally and $1 200 informally.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 12, 2023

‘Zimbabwe can’t rush into mono currency’

Finance minister Mthuli Ncube a week ago introduced Statutory Instrument 27/2023 that made the blended consumer price index as the new determinant for gauging inflation statistics.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 12, 2023

Candid Comment - Corruption: The buck stops with him

The crux of the matter is that Zimbabwe is being milked dry, and the effects of corruption are devastating.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Mar. 10, 2023

SecZim shakes up capital markets

Authorities said on Monday stronger capacities to monitor IFFs will help Zimbabwe attract foreign investment.
By Shame Makoshori Mar. 10, 2023

Soon, there will be nothing to steal

Rolling blackouts alone — the result of prolonged mismanagement and plunder — will cost the country US$4 billion this year.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 10, 2023