Financial inclusion is no longer an academic proposition, it is now a development agenda. Advocates and researchers have finally realised that exclusive growth is not sustainable.
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya last week turned back the hands of time by introducing controls as he moved to stem illicit financial flows.
Airlines have cut fares by about 40% on the Harare-Johannesburg route as competition intensifies, with analysts warning that a knee-jerk reaction by any carrier could come with disastrous consequences.
The industrial index closed the week lower on Friday at 101,67 points, indicating the growing challenges that the economy is facing.
Most businesses are a reflection of the management that is in place. A well-organised business normally reflects management which is meticulous in its approach to ensuring that all processes are […]
The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says the decline in fuel prices does not match the reduction in international crude oil prices because of the high tax margins that government […]
At the beginning of this year, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) announced that it would no longer be issuing tax clearance certificates manually as in the past.
The mining sector is unable to increase salaries and wages this year because of a host of challenges threatening the viability of the industry, a new survey has shown.
Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa on Friday ordered a 50% salary and allowance cut for senior management at Hwange Colliery Company.
This year’s Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) summit was held under the theme — The Fourth Industrial Revolution. According to the WEF, the first industrial revolution used water and steam […]