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Government cuts RBZ borrowing

NDAMU SANDU Government seeks to restrict lending from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to five percent of previous year’s revenue as it moves to...

Currency reforms throw Zim debt plan off balance

BERNARD MPOFU Zimbabwe’s currency reforms and delays in validating compensating land allocated under the land reform programme have been cited as new hurdles to the country’s arrears...

New guidelines for insurance, pensions firms

PHILLIMON MHLANGA  The Insurance and Pension Commission (IPEC) is working on a guidance paper on the treatment of insurance and pension assets and liabilities by...

Parallel exchange rate drivers in Zimbabwe

Raymond Madombwe A key question lingering in Zimbabwean minds of late, is what is the parallel market rate of the day? This rate is important to...

BancABC ploughs $23m in sugarcane production

Tinashe Makichi BancABC has invested $23m towards sugarcane production, as the financial services group consolidates its presence in this previously underserviced but critical sector. This gesture comes as...

Govt goes after Command Agriculture defaulters

CHENGETAI ZVAUYA Government has engaged debt collectors as it moves to recover money from defaulting farmers under its special agriculture programme, Command Agriculture. The programme was introduced at...

IMF approves Zim’s economic reform plan

NDAMU SANDU The International Monetary Fund (IMF) management has approved a supervised economic reform plan for Zimbabwe which will establish a track record of policy reforms as...

POS transactions value hits ZWL$2bn in Q1

TINASHE MAKICHI Increased use of plastic money fuelled by persistent liquidity challenges in the market saw value of transactions processed through Point Of Sale terminals (POS) hitting ...

Govt pushes for ZW$ compensation

PHILLIMON MHLANGA A bloodbath is beckoning in the insurance industry after the sector’s regulator gave players up to tomorrow to submit their compensation plans for lost...

Experts prepare for rapid changes in the digitalisation of tax sector

CHARLENE KUNIRA The current, defining technology trends are having a significant impact in the tax arena and these are effecting many organisations’ tax function, and...