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‘Road carnages now a pandemic’

RSCZ president Sam Nyaude appealed to authorities to make road safety a priority to save lives.
By Emma Nhancumba Jun. 3, 2023

Editorial Comment: Price crisis needs sober minds

According to the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat), annual inflation raced from 11.3 percentage points in April to 86.5% this month.
By The Standard May. 28, 2023

Illegal meat markets mushroom in Harare

“As poverty increased, so did inequality, with the Gini index rising.
By Kennedy Nyavaya May. 28, 2023

Delta finds a way around Zim’s blended inflation

The Zimbabwe dollar has depreciated significantly, causing the firm’s monetary loss to widen by nearly 50% to $34,84 billion during the period under review.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 14, 2023

Deepening Zim crisis frustrates companies

The government will use a weighted average of products and services priced in Zimbabwe dollars and US dollars to determine a blended rate.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 5, 2023

Why is govt avoiding sorting out the currency mess?

The sad thing about this whole situation is that government does not or will not accept its failure considering elections are around the corner.
By Newsday May. 4, 2023

Drastic action needed to arrest road carnage

Sweden reportedly has the least road accident deaths at two people per 100 000.
By Newsday May. 3, 2023

Food prices spike nationwide: USAID

As a result, business has been raising prices to preserve the value of goods and services, further eroding consumers’ purchasing power.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 3, 2023

Cost of living up by 11%: ZimStat

“The Total Consumption Poverty Line for Zimbabwe stood at $33 044,46 per person in April 2023.
By Rugare Mubika May. 1, 2023