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Guvamatanga appointed to regional bank’s board

HARARE - Finance and Economic Development Permanent Secretary George Guvamatanga, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Eastern and Southern African...

Zimbabwe: Engaging stakeholders on economic growth and lingering challenges

View of the city from Meyrick Park, Harare. (Flickr/Jonathan N. Wakeling) On Thursday, May 13, the Africa Center hosted a Zimbabwe roundtable, in partnership with...

National Venture Capital Fund disburses $300 million

BULAWAYO – The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube, says close to $300 million has been disbursed to entrepreneurs under the...

Finance Ministry scales up fight against money laundering

Reason Razao The Ministry of Finance and Economic development has scaled up the fight against money laundering, terrorism and proliferation financing through the acquisition of...

Corruption, government over-expenditure exposing Zimbabweans – Biti

Reason Razawo Zimbabwe’s economic woes worsened by corruption and government over expenditure are exposing citizens to poverty and social...

Turnall in Q3 volumes recovery, expects higher demand in Q4

HARARE (FinX) Turnall Holdings reported an 11% growth in sales volumes in the third quarter to September as the group experienced increased...

Mthuli Ncube counts COVID-19 impact on ZIm economy

Farai Mabeza Zimbabwe’s construction industry looks set to be the hardest hit by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic...

Money and Economy in Zimbabwean history: A concise currency timeline

The Moniness of Money in Zimbabwe: Political but not economic independence Tinashe Nyamunda Equity, production and...

Sink or swim for Mthuli’s mid-term review

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...

Banks to finance productive sector Covid-19 support

Farai Mabeza Productive sector support under the $18.02 billion COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Stimulus Package will be financed by banks through normal banking channels and...

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