Letters: Inspection of voters rolls: Times and places
According to section 26A of the Electoral Act voters rolls are closed for the purpose of an election two days after the proclamation calling the election is published.
By Amh Voices May. 28, 2023
Craft policy for informal sector traders: Think-tank
Zimcodd said the Constitution obliged government to promote private initiatives and self-reliance.
By Emma Nhancumba May. 25, 2023
CSOs warn against resource-backed loans
According to Zimcodd, as at the end of September, Zimbabwe’s total public debt, including the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe debt was estimated at $10,97 trillion.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 24, 2023
Authorities must address factors militating against sustainable livelihoods
Government should address lack of organisation.
By Amh Voices May. 9, 2023
‘Informal sector tax will enhance resource mobilisation’
“Although there is debate surrounding the exact statistics that the Zimbabwean informal economy accounts for, what is certain is that the informal economy is over 60%,” Zimcodd said.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 8, 2023
Zim Debt Conference draws closer
The national debt is currently estimated to be close to US$20 billion which includes resource-backed loans with China and the African Import Export Bank, multilateral partners and domestic lenders.
By Business Reporter May. 1, 2023
Zimdollar salaries no longer sustainable
The Zimbabwe Coalition of Debt and Development (Zimcodd) rightly points out that the civil servants’ salary increase should have been backdated to January for it to make sense.
By Newsday Apr. 11, 2023
Govt must act on its promise to build schools
However, their implementation and efficacy have always been viewed with mixed conclusions.
By Amh Voices Apr. 8, 2023
Letters: Institute an inquiry into gold smuggling, money laundering
While the gold smuggling process is so sophisticated as to fit squarely under white collar crime,
By Amh Voices Apr. 5, 2023
ED in fire-fighting mission
News in depth: ‘It won’t pass constitutional test’: Zanu PF’s chilling law gets thumbs down