Since independence in 1980, Zimbabwe has implemented numerous economic policies.
GROSS government inefficiencies are reportedly blocking foreign direct investment which is critical in resuscitating the ailing economy.
Cimas Medical Aid Society says its failure to settle health service providers’ claims at the newly gazetted tariffs was a matter of affordability.
ZSE performance is expected to be depressed as investors are of the opinion that policy makers are focusing more on politics at the expense of the economy.
Innscor Africa Limited has restructured its operations as it eyes good returns for its shareholders.
Sovereign Wealth Funds have been attracting a lot of attention in recent years as more countries establish funds and invest more capital in a wide range of assets.
Zera is working on securing Private Public Partnerships for Mutare and Masvingo city council to enable them to start exploiting methane gas.
The Ministry of Industry and Commerce is planning to produce a comprehensive report on the challenges faced by industry in its dealings with Zimra.
Planning is a process of choosing among those many options. If we do not choose to plan, then we choose to have others plan for us. —Richard I Winwood
THE cash problems that are currently prevailing in the country are partly as a result of the negative trade balance which stands at US$1,768 billion