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Lead Chairperson quits

She also reiterated that she was at peace with the party's leader Linda Masarisa.
By Evans Mathanda Feb. 2, 2023

Christmas, without the cheer

Some Zimbabweans say they will not be enjoying the festive season with government playing the main role of “The Grinch that stole Christmas”.
By Sydney Kawadza Dec. 25, 2022

Let’s act on World Bank advice

Curiously, ever since the country boldly announced in 2018 that it is open for business, foreign direct investment (FDI) has been exponentially heading south.
By Newsday Dec. 13, 2022

Middle-income economy by 2030 just pie in the sky

The expectation was further heightened when Mnangagwa declared that he would create “jobs, jobs, jobs”.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Nov. 25, 2022

‘Icasa to boost Zim tourism’

Hosting the Icasa conference was a huge step in reclaiming revenue through the tourism sector because the country is set to have an influx of business visitors coming to the event.
By Vanessa Gonye Nov. 8, 2022

Sanctions, corruption cripple Zim

Sadc set aside October 25 as a special day to campaign against the economic restrictions which have for years inflicted damage on Harare's economy.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Oct. 21, 2022

The economic integration theme

According to Piggy’s research, there is evidence that economic integration can improve the welfare of individual countries.
By The Independent Oct. 14, 2022

Govt growth targets rubbished

Under this blueprint, the country was supposed to grow by 5,5% by the end of this year, 5,2% in 2023 and 2024, before slowing to 5% by 2025.
By Tatira Zwinoira Oct. 14, 2022

‘Govt measures to stabilise Zimdollar futile’

By making the gold coin purchasable in local currency, the central bank intended consumers to rush and buy the commodity asset.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 16, 2022