FBC posts ZWL$1,1 trillion profit

Total income stood at ZWL$2,7 trillion, while inflation-adjusted total assets were ZWL$14,6 trillion.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 21, 2024

CBZ keeps an eye out for more opportunities

In terms of loans and advances to customers, CBZ recorded a near 145% increase to ZW$2,07 trillion (US$339,08 million) compared to the prior year.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 17, 2024
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Zim mulls categorising black market as money laundering

Several suspected illegal foreign currency traders were arrested in Harare’s central business district this week.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Apr. 26, 2024

Interview: RBZ governor speaks on US$1b windfall

This is where some of the money went. But if you want a detailed list, it is available. The list of where the money went is all there, it is very clear.
By Vincent Mungofa and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Apr. 26, 2024

China writes off Zim debt deals

Zimbabwe currently owes a combined US$17,5 billion to foreign and local creditors.
By Tinashe Kairiza Apr. 12, 2024

ZiG a possible success if the bishop changes his ways

We all seem to be caught up in fiat currency dynamics yet this is a structured currency.
By Brian Sedze Apr. 8, 2024

Living a lie.

This points to the challenges the soon-to-be unveiled structured currency will face and monetary authorities will find themselves at the deep end.
By Newsday Apr. 3, 2024

We have had enough suffering

Listed businesses, such as Innscor Africa and National Foods Holdings claim that these changes have led to a great deal of uncertainty in the way taxes are handled throughout the economy. 
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 28, 2024

Alarming African debt crisis (II)

The IMF quota system is primarily a function of an economy’s size and relative position in the world economy.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 22, 2024