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Zinara and VID deal raises eyebrows

Zinara’s 2020 annual report shows it collected about $1,26 billon in transit fees.
By Tatira Zwinoira and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 25, 2022
Small scale miners call for gemstone trade liberalisation
Small scale miners call for gemstone trade liberalisation
“Government needs to loosen the noose around the neck of the gemstone sector.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 25, 2022
Zimbabwe’s trade deficit narrows to US$179m
In July, the country exported and imported goods worth US$549,72 million and US$729,63 million, respectively.
By Sizalokuhle Ncube and Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 18, 2022
Zimre cushions shareholders against raging inflation
So far, ZSE-listed companies that have declared dividends have been paying out in Zimbabwe dollars.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 18, 2022
Pension funds generate US$29 million
Money markets and other assets stood at 5% and 7% respectively.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 18, 2022
Zimbabwe’s huge say in US$60m lithium market
Zimbabwe is one of only two African countries included in the worldwide report titled ‘Lithium, Keeping an Ion Global Trends, Risks, Opportunities in a Supercharged Market’.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 18, 2022
Destination branding by tourism operators
Where brand management is then done focusing on specific sectors of our local and global economy
By Farai Chigora Sep. 11, 2022
Zimbabwe's capital markets collapse
Valela heads the country’s biggest firm by its market capitalisation of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE).
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 11, 2022
Zimbabwe crisis a boon for neighbours
The Morgan&Co said the bulk of handicaps confronting Zimbabwe’s economy were internal.
By Shame Makoshori Sep. 11, 2022
The engineer is not alone in career pain
The brain is ready at any age to feel young and ready to explore new neuropathways
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Sep. 11, 2022
Stanbic profits surge on back of forex loans
Gregory Sebborn, the Stanbic chairperson, said the bank shrugged off headwinds including a relentless inflation and steeper surges in interest rates
By Shame Makoshori Sep. 4, 2022
ZB explores options to tackle inflation
They largely emanated from upward pressure on cost structures resulting from the inflationary environment.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 4, 2022
Prices continue to skyrocket
Authorities have since May tapped harder on the accelerator to contain economic decline.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 4, 2022
Platinum miners reject BNC refinery
“I have great concern with the mining taxation as proposed by the minister of Finance,” Biti told legislators.
By Tatira Zwinoira and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 4, 2022
Zimbabwe needs long-term currency fix, analysts say

“It is a very powerful investment tool,” Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe deputy governor Jesimen Chipika told delegates at the Zimbabwe Annual Investor Forum organised by our sister paper, the Zimbabwe Independent.

By The Standard Aug. 28, 2022
Currency crisis hits FCB capital

In a statement accompanying financial results for the half year ended June 30, 2022, FCB chairman Patrick Devenish said this figure was US$74,8 million as at December 31, 2021.

By The Standard Aug. 28, 2022
CZI ink US$300m industrial facilities

A US$200 million facility will be rolled out to finance supply chain, while a further US$100 million would be deployed towards several other key areas requiring foreign currency.

By The Standard Aug. 28, 2022
Masunda lands global sugar industry position

Masunda, who also heads the Zimbabwe Sugar Association, said his elevation was a huge milestone in that it was the first time, since the inception of the sugar industry in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022
Boustead Beef seeks to end CSC corporate rescue

CSC entered administration in 2020 after the government claimed that the Livestock Joint Farming Concession Agreement (LJFCA) it entered into with Boustead in 2019 was difficult to implement.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022
Govt quizzes industrialists over prices

Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) president Mike Kamungeremu confirmed that business leaders met with the government.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022
Dual economy Zim’s Achilles heel

Last month the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) chose to introduce gold coins to help it mop up excess liquidity and tackle the inflationary surge.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022
Monetary policy highlights

The policy rate was increased from 60% in January 2022 to 80% at the end of April 2022, and further to 200% on June 24, 2022.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
15 companies hit with ‘hefty’ RBZ fines

In a shock move that sent markets tumbling in May, President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced several actions to help his government cool off economic turmoil, as the domestic unit suffered extensive write-downs against the United States dollar.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
Lower denomination gold coins divide opinion

In the 2022 mid- term monetary policy statement unveiled Thursday, RBZ governor John Mangudya said smaller denomination gold coins would be introduced in November as part of a strategy to mop up excess liquidity and tame an inflation rage.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
Re-imagining the Workplace: The psychology of visions and missions

He had a commitment to his trade of earning a living by analysing novels, drama scripts and poetry and did not leave anything to chance. I am of the opinion that business, just like my teacher, Mr. Muzunze’s approach to teaching literature should leave no stone unturned.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
Brand succession planning

People leave. People die. People forget”. Yet we agreed that successful brands are immortal. That’s the reason we need to keep riding on brands. Since they can talk even more louder/clearer to the coming generations just like what they are doing in our current markets (sustainable business through brand management)

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
NSSA graft probe widens

There have been several reports of impropriety at NSSA, which runs a fund worth over US$1 billion for Zimbabwe’s workers.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022
Manoeuvring the limited formal job space in Zimbabwe

I am yet to fully grasp the actual statistics as to the unemployment numbers within the reality of the Zimbabwe formal job space.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022