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Christopher Mahove Zimbabwe could lose out on the vast opportunities that exist in the African Continental Free Trade Area because the country is not manufacturing enough for exports and has some of the most difficult condition for starting a...
Sydney Kawadza HARARE – The African Development Bank has prescribed a raft of measures African countries could take to benefit from rising gold prices, which have shot up 24% since January this year. The commodity’s...
The US-UN multilateralism and global monetary order: Implications for Southern Rhodesia’s monetary developments, 1950 – 1960 Tinashe Nyamunda June 26, 2020 marked the 75th anniversary of the formation of the United Nations (UN) organization. Formed in 1945 with a specific mandate...
Sydney Kawadza & Talkmore Gandiwa SADC member states will next week meet for the 9th River Basin Organizations/Shared Watercourse Institutions workshop to share information and experiences on inclusive trans-boundary water financing and collaborative development. Stakeholders will also use the platform and...
FARAI MABEZA  THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed concern at the slow pace of political reforms by the government saying this was  impeding any hopes of having the country's debt restructured. IMF representative in Zimbabwe, Patrick Imam, made these remarks...
Christopher Mahove The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority has given traders who are falsifying their foreign currency financial records, a December 31 ultimatum to voluntarily declare all under declared financial records. Those who fail to meet the deadline will face rigorous audits, prosecutions...
Reason Razao The tourism sector in Zimbabwe plunged by 90 percent in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic which led to travel restrictions and national lockdowns. Zimbabwe benefits significantly from tourism which in 2019 generated a total of US$1.25 billion with...
By Kristalina Georgieva and Abebe Aemro Selassie Sub-Saharan Africa is in the grips of a third wave of COVID-19 infections that threatens to be even more brutal than the two that came before. This is yet more evidence of a dangerous divergence in...
Davison Kaiyo HARARE – Zimbabwe has launched its first ever Information Communication Technology (ICT) Device Factory, which will see the country manufacture and assemble laptops, desktop computers ICT devices with 150 000 units expected to be produced annually for both...
Farai Mabeza The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s Financial Intelligence Unit has directed all banks to temporarily review all ZIPIT transaction limits downwards to $20 000 per day and $100 000 per month to curb illicit foreign currency trading. This comes...

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