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3 days ago | August 4, 2020

Motorists plead for fuel dual pricing

Government should come up with legislation that makes it mandatory for service stations to sell fuel in both foreign and ...

4 days ago | August 3, 2020

Towards exchange rate stability

MEASURES introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) just over a month ago to stymie a precipitous Zimbabwe dollar ...

How smugglers get rich from SA’s cigarette ban

In Zimbabwe, there’s a legend called “Wella”, who made R4 million overnight.

Delta’s beer sales down, but soft drinks register growth

Beverages giant, Delta Corportion Limited’s beer sales, both lager and sorghum, took a dip for the first quarter to June ...

Diamond sales collapse

Anglo American Plc was forced to rely on profit from iron ore and copper as its fabled De Beers unit reported its ...

ZSE resumes trading

The Zimbabwe Stock Exhange is set to resume trading today, more than a month after activity on the equity exchange was ...

SA offer Covid-19 claims

Insurers around the world have argued Covid-19 lockdowns were not covered in policies many clients thought would protect ...

SA factory prices lift

Final manufactured goods prices for June 2020 increased 0,5 percent compared to the previous year, according to the ...

More investors get coal bed methane claims

Zimbabwe has granted coal bed methane (CBM) special grants to six investors in Matabeleland North province as it seeks ...

Electric buses go green

The Scottish Government should order a fleet of electric buses for next year’s UN climate change conference in Glasgow, ...

Kenya central bank has ‘plenty of firepower’

Kenya’s central bank governor said last week that policymakers still had plenty of firepower left to limit the damage to ...

Nigerian businesses struggle for survival

As women in hairnets and anti-coronavirus masks sort through folded nappies coming off a conveyor belt, the head of the ...

SA tourism industry’s decade of dashed hopes

Tourism is South Africa’s new gold. This is a marketing tagline people in the industry will remember well as it became ...

7 days ago | July 31, 2020

Zim targets US$3bn power exports

Zimbabwe’s emerging power projects have the potential to earn at least US$3 billion in annual energy exports from the ...

Ex-Agribank chief Malaba mourned

The death of former Agribank chief executive officer, Mr Somkhosi Malaba, has robbed Zimbabwe’s financial services ...