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‘BCC’s static budget to hurt Zimdollar earners’

Ruzive said the 2023 Bulawayo budget will maintain the present US$ tariffs, while those paying in local currency will do so at prevailing exchange rates.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 2, 2022

Economists back Zesa

Zetdc is a unit of Zesa, whose mandate is to transmit power to the market.
By Melody Chikono Oct. 28, 2022

Zcdc tightens security

ZCDC has for some time been tightening its security systems following reports of security breaches in the past.
By Rugare Mubika Oct. 14, 2022

Toll fees increased

Toll fees in foreign currency remain unchanged.
By Nqobizwe Thebe Oct. 13, 2022

Tobacco sales hit 208m kg mark

Due to these factors among others, the number of new tobacco growers for the 2021/22 season declined by 50% compared to the previous year, TIMB noted.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 12, 2022

Bank profits rise to ZW$181bn

This figure was $15,09 billion (about US$25 million) during the comparable period in 2021.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 30, 2022

RBZ allows firms to withdraw US$100 000 weekly

This came after companies had struggled to access United States dollars from the foreign currency auction system.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 29, 2022

The challenges foreign airlines face in accessing blocked funds in some African countries

This definition has been broadened to include the economic challenges of some countries face that are so severe
By Adiel Mambara Sep. 23, 2022

Grade 7 exams in limbo

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Obert Musaraure said unions had agreed to down tools from Monday to pressure government to meet their demands.