The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who have now adopted a wait-and-see attitude — waiting to see how the market will react to the pseudo […]
The prevailing cash shortages have suffocated mobile money subscribers, who are failing to get their money or do cash-out transactions.
Supply chain management theory underscores that, the success of the firm is not entirely dependent on its own activities. Objectives of the network partners should be aligned and in sync […]
“A ship is always safe at the shore, but that is NOT what it is built for.”
ZIMBABWE must pay its arrears to the three preferred international creditors now or risk accumulating interests on the defaults, the central bank governor John Mangudya has warned.
Companies involved in the distribution of international consumable brands have accused local manufacturers of “backbiting”, making it difficult for them to obtain import permits from the Industry and Commerce ministry.
THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has decided to proceed and install pre-paid meters to its defaulting customers who have been resisting the move.
The Zimbabwean economy requires urgent and decisive steps to generate investment-led recovery and revamp production across all the sectors, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said, expressing […]
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (Icaz) has launched investigations on Turnall Holdings finance director Kenias Horonga after a Swiss-based firm raised concerns over his professional conduct.
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s bold and pragmatic reform proposals to contain runaway government spending require political will to sail through, analysts have said.