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Zim gets costly Eskom bailout

PHILLIMON MHLANGA The electricity bail out deal between State-owned power utility Zesa and Eskom of South Africa...

Panicky govt starts importing grain

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU The government has begun the importation of 1.2 million tonnes of grain from South American...

Zim’s gold exports slip 13 pc in July

LIVINGSTONE MARUFUGold export earnings dropped 13 percent to US$122.2 million in July from US$142 million last year on the back of a...

Economy faces valuation dilemma

PHILLIMON MHLANGA   Zimbabwe could lose millions of dollars in investment after potential investors called off deals on the...

Zim tourism less competitive: WEF report

BERNARD MPOFU Zimbabwe’s tourism industry was on Wednesday ranked as one of the least competitive in the world after...

Isn’t it time Zim firms conquered Africa and the world?

Andrew Lampard FOR the longest time, Zimbabwean companies have been screaming at government to provide them with a protective...

Disagreement about future inflation: Controlling inflation during structural reforms

Samuel Mapuranga Lackluster growth in the aftermath of November 2017 events coupled with the government’s austerity measures has renewed...

Zim accountants stranded in South Africa

PHILLIMON MHLANGA At least 200 Zimbabwean chartered accountants (CAs) were yesterday left stranded at South Africa’s Lanseria International Airport...

Seed shortages loom in Zim

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Zimbabwe could plunge into serious seed shortages in the 2019/2020 summer cropping season amid indications that most...

‘Accountants should do more to protect public interest’

PHILLIMON MHLANGA IN SUN CITY, SOUTH AFRICA Chartered accountants (CAs) should do more to safeguard public interest, an executive...