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Inflation drop: Govt celebrating mediocrity

Yet government spin doctors have been in celebratory mode.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Feb. 3, 2023

RBZ slashes policy rate

Still, at 150%, the rate remains one of the world’s most expensive.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 3, 2023

Inflation falls for 5th straight month…as CCZ claims consumers are still in for a rough ride

The January figure represented a 14-percentage point slowdown compared to December 2022.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 2, 2023

Treasury owes ‘ID blitz’ staff millions of dollars

The amount, sources told this publication, was higher than US$60 for workers deployed in far-flung areas such as Binga in Matabeleland North.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jan. 20, 2023

Hyperinflation leaves firms in reporting fix

Mandisodza said Zimbabwe was still in the jaws of hyperinflation because inflation was now back above 100%.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 13, 2023

Zim poverty levels now dangerous

Government says no learner should be sent back home for failing to pay fees: But schools cannot operate without income from the fees.
By Newsday Jan. 13, 2023

Letter to my people: Winky D is stirring the hornet’s nest

It is shocking that the level of paranoia from Ngwena and his followers is such that they now feel that any musician that sings against corruption is attacking them.
By Doctor Stop It Jan. 8, 2023

Mr President, Zim is stuck in an economic morass

Most families doddered through the year underfed. Essentially, the generality of citizenry are malnourished, living on less than a dollar a day.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Jan. 4, 2023

Goodbye to a bad year, but 2023 does not hold much promise either

We were told that the annual inflation through both fiscal and monetary measures, would average 32,6% and end in the range of 15% to 20% in 2022.
By Newsday Dec. 31, 2022