Policy makers need to adopt a comprehensive approach to the challenges of youth unemployment by prioritising higher productivity in agriculture.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has requested technical assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to curb the rising non-performing loans.
Tobacco farmers have expressed dissatisfaction with the low prices offered for their crop this season despite having surpassed the 210 million kg mark this year.
First Mutual Life Assurance Company’s (FML) franchise with Dunamis Private Limited is expected to contribute about 13% of the budgeted new business to FML’s premium income.
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing and falling over.
The banking sector was profitable in the first quarter of the year with an aggregate net profit of US$20,47 million, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has said.
At least 15 companies have retrenched in the first six months of this year amid fears that more could embark on similar exercises as the economic crisis deepens.
Zimbabwe’s cotton industry will remain under pressure as international lint prices continue to wane.
ZITFhas engaged the Zimra to ensure that foreign companies exhibiting at this year’s Mine Entra will have no hassles in bringing their goods into the country.
The World Bank has availed US$700 000 towards the creation of a single visa system among Sadc member states, with Zimbabwe and Zambia set to host the pilot project.