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Zim inflation to rise further as currency crisis continues to fuel price increases

Taurai Mangudhla HARARE - Zimbabwe’s annual inflation rate is seen rising further into the year largely on the currency distortions, which are continuously pushing up...

NBS Introduces Winter Warmer for Pensioners

HARARE – The National Building Society (NBS) has opened a branch at Harare’s Social Security Centre to exclusively serve NSSA pensioners during pay-out days. The...

Tobacco grosses $680 mln on day 78, average price down 1.1pc to 2.92c/kg

Livingstone Marufu HARARE - Tobacco has grossed $679,5 million after farmers delivered over 232 million kilogrammes on day 78 of the 2018 tobacco marketing season....

Pain is unavoidable before the cash crisis is solved

Chris Chenga The last several days have offered two interesting cases for observation with regards to the International Monetary Fund monitored reform programmes by countries needing...

The Elders to visit Zimbabwe from 19-21 July

LONDON - The Elders, with the support of the Kofi Annan Foundation, will visit Zimbabwe from 19-21 July to meet political leaders and support...

Cash in big with Green mealies this winter

John Bhasera Gocha/green mealies production is one venture with a very lucrative Return On Investment (ROI), which farmers can consider in irrigation schemes, A2, A1,...

IFC, Govt in off-grid power negotiations

World Bank arm back in Zim for energy exploration  Govt identifying potential investment areas Livingstone Marufu HARARE - The private sector lending unit of the...

Protectionism unsustainable, addressing key issues necessary to revive Zim industry

The US government recently caught the ire of its trading partners from the EU, China, Canada and Mexico, after it proposed tariff increases of...

Telecoms revenue down 5.8% to $244.7 mln; mobile penetration declines to 84%

Taurai Mangudhla Zimbabwe’s three mobile network operators recorded a 5,8 percent slump in revenues in the first quarter of 2018 to $244,7 million compared to the final...

Govt loses $1 billion in unpaid taxes in Q1

Unscrupulous investors take advantage of Zim’s economic benevolence Phillimon Mhlanga HARARE - Zimbabwe lost $1,019 billion in taxes due but not collected in the first...