Talking Point: Govt must grant financial inclusion, informality and sustainable development

An increase in financial inclusion can reduce informality through direct and indirect channels.
By Amh Voices Feb. 10, 2024

Firms struggle with accounting standards

The group also failed to comply with IFRS 13.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 12, 2024

Financial inclusion, informality and sustainable development

More informality can also reduce financial inclusion because part of the financial resources will be used to check whether entrepreneurs are involved in informal activities.
By Samuel Wadzai Dec. 24, 2023

Digital banking: Engine for revenue growth

Government, through the financial sector regulatory authorities, more so RBZ, should encourage banks to improve digital banking.
By Tatenda Makoni Dec. 8, 2023

CBZ appoints Zembe to lead merger with ZB

Zembe takes over from Marc Holtzman who has been board chairperson since September 2019.
By Business Reporter Dec. 6, 2023

ZHL combines reinsurance units in Botswana

Emeritus International managing director Patience Marwiro said as an IFCS company, the law barred it from writing domestic business in Botswana.
By Melody Chikono Dec. 5, 2023

Swimming in debt: The bane of resource-backed loans in Zim

Zimbabwe has failed to manage its public debt efficiently, resulting in a debt default during the early 2000s
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Dec. 1, 2023

How insurers can regain Zim market confidence

Inflation is a form of tax on people’s savings and once it gallops beyond single digits, there will be significant value loss.
By Jasper Manyika Nov. 17, 2023

ZB profit jumps to 988% in 9 months

ZBFH said the group maintained an average liquidity ratio of above 55% throughout the period.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Nov. 15, 2023