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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...

Article Retraction & Apology

In our latest lead story titled “Bosses implicated in gold smuggling” – dated Aug 29, 2019 , we made certain innuendos to...

Govt mulls gold sector deregulation

TAURAI MANGUDHLA Government is considering ending the monopoly of Zimbabwe's gold buying agency amid growing concern over depressed prices...

What could Brexit mean for Zimbabwe?

YONA MENON Zimbabwe shares political and economic ties with the UK as it played a key supporting role in colonial times...

Zim’s mining sector bleeds as YTD revenue falls

TAURAI MANGUDHLA Zimbabwe’s mining sector is bleeding as revenue in the first seven months fell short of target

Introducing a new currency was Zimbabwe’s only viable option

Zimbabwe, the country I serve as finance minister, has been in the news for restricting the use of the US dollar and...

Govt gives up on 40-tonne gold target

LIVINGSTONE MARUFUZIMBABWE will not reach the targeted 40-tonne gold output this year after gold producers endured a subdued performance in the year...

Erratic electricity supply hindrance to Zim business

Washington Chipango According to the World Energy Report, electricity accounts for around 20% of final energy use in manufacturing,...

ZESA seeks another tariff increase

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU ZIMBABWE’s power utility ZESA has approached the power regulator for a threefold increase in tariffs to ZWL$0.81...