Turn back the hands of time to 1876. Europe is experiencing an economic, social and military revolution.
Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s mid-term fiscal policy review and its associated measures do not inspire confidence for economic momentum required for growth, analysts and stakeholders have said.
A team from IMF will be in the country this week for a review of its supervised economic reform programme on the country as Zimbabwe pushes for a successor plan.
ATLAS Mara will acquire a 20,9% shareholding in a Nigerian bank as it consolidates its presence in Africa’s biggest economy.
RUFARO Marketing says it has reduced its debt to US$5 million from the US$6,8 million since turning its business model to real estate.
MOBILE phone companies in the country say although it makes economic sense for them to share infrastructure, the current set up cannot permit them.
Early August 2014, a Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed and South Africa’s largest micro-lender, African Bank (“Abil”), was placed under curatorship by the central bank of SA.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will conduct a final survey on the implementation progress of a new set of banking regulations before institutions go live in 2015.
Comesa has received US$43 520 118,16 from the European Union to support regional integration and has invited its member states to apply for funds before the end of next month
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya dispatched his maiden monetary policy statement to various stakeholders via e-mails, a departure from what Zimbabweans had been accustomed to in the past 10 years.