The introduction of a five cents levy on mobile data and plans to introduce a separate tariff on over-the-top (OTT) voice calling is set to make Zimbabwe one of the […]
PRODUCTION costs, especially electricity still remain high despite government interventions to support the manufacturing sector, making Zimbabwe uncompetitive compared to regional peers.
The cash crisis in Zimbabwe appears to have eased with queues disappearing at most banks while some supermarkets are offering cash-backs even without being asked.
Who would have thought that the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) would record a daily turnover of a paltry $105 in 2016? Perhaps those with supernatural powers but certainly not our […]
Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are set to grow this year due to legislation restricting imports and the advancement of technology, experts have said.
Industry says it is looking with keen interest at Zimbabwe’s plans to clear its overdue obligations to international financial institutions, a move which is expected to unlock fresh lines of […]
Once upon a time, a long time ago in a land far, far away, there lived an old man in a house on top of a hill. He had dedicated […]
THE upgrading of the $150 million Victoria Falls International Airport has stimulated a huge appetite for investment from local and international private sector players who want to set up businesses […]
Tough times never last, but tough people do; the late American televangelist and motivational author, Robert Schuller once said. This is an apt description of Zimbabweans that continue to hop […]
ZIMBABWE’S struggling economy plunged into crisis in 2016, performing at its worst since the introduction of the multi-currency regime in 2009.