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David Whitehouse Zimbabwe’s inflation slowdown in February may reflect the impact of COVID-19 restrictions imposed in January rather than a genuine downward trend. But prospects of a good harvest and improving confidence from business leaders points to relief down the road. The...
HARARE - Fuel prices have increased by between 3-4% mainly affected by two main factors - international petroleum costs and the movement on the Zimbabwe dollar/US dollar exchange rate. According to the new schedule from the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority,...
ARABIAN BUSINESS - Marc Holtzman, chairman of one of the largest financial institutions in Zimbabwe, CBZ Holdings Limited, discusses how Africa could offer trade and investment opportunities for Middle Eastern businesses Rwanda and Zimbabwe are ripe for Middle Eastern investment...
Sydney Kawadza The European Union has extended its sanctions against Zimbabwe raising concern over the country’s multifaceted and prolonged crisis that it says has deepened further. The recall of the EU council Conclusions of February 17 last year includes an arms...
Reason Razao The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has assured the public that the introduction of ZW$50 bank note will not trigger inflation but rather augment the current stock of bills in circulation. Governor John Mangudya in his Monetary Policy Statement presented...
Staff Writer Zambia has become the latest country to submit instruments of its ratification of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement to the African Union Commission. African Union Commission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat announced the development that means only...
The publication by Maverick Citizen of the Report on Cartel Power Dynamics in Zimbabwe has raised some important questions about the presence and impact of cartels in Zimbabwe in particular and Southern Africa in general. The report finds that there...
Davison Kaiyo Zimbabwe retailers have called for a relaxation of the COVID-19 lockdown measures as a way to support business which a reeling under the pandemic amid reports that most companies are recording more than 30 percent in losses. Confederation of...
Davison Kaiyo The Government has established an irrigation development fund as the country takes measures to ensure food security in light of climate change induced droughts that have ravaged the country for the past few years. According to Statutory Instrument (SI)...
Davison Kaiyo HARARE – Government remains positive that its Vision 2030 will be met despite the ravaging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic that has seen Zimbabwe go through lockdowns and reduced the number of productive hours. In a State of the...

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