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The struggle for which liberation? Money and the end of settler political rule in Rhodesia, 1975-1979 Tinashe Nyamunda In the previous article, I examined the ways in which the Rhodesian economy...
Farai Mabeza The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Breastplate Services trading as Nemchem International against a High Court judgment ordering the company to pay London-listed Cambria Africa PLC outstanding share obligations in...
TODAY, Finance and Economic Development minister Professor Mthuli Ncube has a balancing act to play when he presents his mid-term budget review. The Zimbabwean economy that has been on a free fall since the 2018 general elections is now on...
Xolisani Ncube Government has postponed the re-opening of schools which was set for July 28 due to a rise in covid-19 cases. The move comes as authorities have also indicated that a tighter lockdown was being introduced to fight the respiratory...
Farai Mabeza Government has blamed foreign exchange woes for its failure to develop adequate irrigation infrastructure in the face of consecutive droughts experienced in Zimbabwe. In the Annual Budget and Economic Review for the 2019 fiscal year, government acknowledged that the...
By Professor Tony Hawkins for the CAA Business School One statistic tells it all. Forty years ago, the Zimbabwe dollar was worth 150 US cents, but today it is just over 1.5 cents. Successive administrations have tried – and failed...
Farai Mabeza Zimbabwe has received a US$1.8 million drought insurance pay out from African Risk Capacity Insurance Company Limited, a financial affiliate of the African Risk Capacity (ARC). ARC is a specialized agency of the African Union and an initiative designed...
Simba Rushwaya The African Development Bank has predicted a dramatic and strong economic recovery for Zimbabwe in 2021 in the aftermath of the ravaging effects of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic in the bank’s supplement to the 2020 African Economic Outlook. The...
Money and the winds of change in the 1960s. Federal collapse, the Rhodesian rebellion, sanctions UN sanctions and the turn towards a post-sterling currency. Tinashe Nyamunda The 1960s have been viewed by historians as the decade of African independence. While many...
Simba Rushwaya/Xolisani Ncube Government workers and their representatives have rejected the government’s US$13 equivalent of the 50 percent salary increment awarded last month. Government on Tuesday awarded civil servants a 50 percent salary hike which translated loosely to US$13 as Zimbabwe’s...
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