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Currency rift: ED intervenes

BERNARD MPOFU/TAURAI MANGUDHLA President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been forced to intervene in a growing turf war between Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya...

Zim insurers miss digital train

PHILLIMON MHLANGA Zimbabwe’s insurance companies are missing out on huge benefits that come with digital transformation and disruptive innovation with local players moving at a...

Take the bull by its horns on currency reforms

  Former Finance Minister and opposition stalwart, Tendai Biti this week sent the business community into apprehension when he claimed that the government, through the...

Business calls for currency regime referendum

PHILLIMON MHLANGA in Victoria Falls Business leaders have called for a referendum on the currency conundrum, which has haunted Zimbabwe for the past four years,...

CEO Africa Roundtable roars into life

PHILLIMON MHLANGA in Victoria Falls The sixth CEO Africa Roundtable kicked off today in the resort town of Victoria Falls, with more than 300 company...

Medical Aid Societies increase payments for healthcare services

The Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe  increased the fees payable by its member medical aid societies to healthcare service providers with effect from...

Zim’s debt payment plan suffers big blow

BERNARD MPOFU Zimbabwe’s debt clearance plan has been thrown off the rails after Britain, which had been supporting the programme, said it was unhappy with...

Govt to revive Air Zimbabwe

SIMBA RUSHWAYA The government says it wants to revive Air Zimbabwe after acquiring four B777-200 airplanes from Malaysia and an Embraer aircraft from the United...

The death of Zimbabwean economic giants

Victor Bhoroma The market landscape of any country is shaped by a few companies that underpin socio-economic activities of that particular nation. These companies are...

The little matter the economy and “the new dispensation” in Zimbabwe

Tinashe Nyamunda Building upon Dan Hodgkinson’s piece, which focused on Zimbabwe’s neo-liberal turn (again), I will share my perspectives on where I think Zimbabwe is coming...