JOHANNESBURG — African banks are sinking deeper into trouble. Drowning in bad debt and swamped by slowing economies, more and more of the continent’s lenders are starting to fail.
Former finance minister Tendai Biti has warned that Zimbabwe’s move to clear its International Monetary Fund (IMF) arrears will not make any difference as long as the country does not […]
ZESA Holdings says the country’s power supply will remain stable despite threats by South Africa’s power utility Eskom and other suppliers to cut off Zimbabwe over mounting debts.
Lack of funding is hampering Zimbabwe’s agriculture recovery prospects amid revelations that farmers are failing to access money from the financial sector ahead of the beginning of the 2016/17 agricultural […]
The abattoir industry in Bulawayo is as dead as has become many companies in the one-time bastion of Zimbabwe’s industry.
Supply chain management is more concerned with recognising, acknowledging and managing key business linkages and relationships. In so doing, collaboration becomes the order of the game. Collaboration is an admirable […]
HARARE — Zimbabwe’s tentative return to its own currency is getting a hostile reception from citizens, who fear a recurrence of the 500 billion percent inflation that plagued the southern […]
On either side of the bustling Samora Machel Avenue — the Wall Street of Zimbabwean banking— lies the remnants of what used to be two thriving banks: Trust Bank and […]
THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says the restriction on imports has stimulated local production, resulting in a positive contribution to the fiscus.
“Creativity, as has been said, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. Hence, to think creatively, we must be able […]