Cambria pleads for permission to repatriate Old Mutual shares

Apart from ZSE, Seed Co also traded its stock on the Botswana Stock Exchange.
By Mthandazo Nyoni 16h ago
‘Govt policies need business support’
‘Govt policies need business support’
In 2021, the Treasury reported that the country required at least US$40 billion in capital investment to attain an upper middle-income economy by 2030.
By Tatira Zwinoira 16h ago
BNC turns to local bank loans
This comes after several big companies have indicated that they have not been lucky in getting large capital from banks.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga 16h ago
How CPA protects consumers
ICT enables consumers to access relevant and accurate information about products, services, prices, and consumer rights.
By Jacob Mutisi 16h ago
Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: What is your biggest asset?
Foreign investors have also been exiting the market given a plethora of risks (political, foreign exchange, consumer sentiment and repatriation risk).
By Batanai Matsika 16h ago
2024 budget strategy paper: Zim’s future looks bleak
Also, the Treasury promised to follow a prudent approach to fiscal management (cash budgeting, raising additional tax revenue, containing spending and efficient resource use) in 2024.
Beyond the paradox
 Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Cameroon and Nigeria in West Africa produce over 70% of the global output of cocoa, and yet 75% of the crop is exported as raw beans to Europe and Asia.
Tenets of functional organisational structure
Apple Inc utilises a functional organisational structure with design, engineering, marketing, and operations departments.
By Memory Nguwi 16h ago
Take-aways from the Africa Climate Summit
The African Development Bank committed US$1 billion to funding Africa’s Climate future from a previous commitment under half as much.
By Darlington Mafa 16h ago
Forthcoming agric season: Farmers must tighten belts
Our reflections should culminate into the following key touch points; our AMA: Adaptation, Mitigation, Action.
Should Africa celebrate its G20 membership, yet?
The European Union makes up the 20th member, with its seat, under the European Commission, representing every country within the EU bloc.
By Kevin Tutani 17h ago
‘Artificial ivory opens another way to end ban on ivory trade’
The same can occur for this new artificial ivory — a chemically compounded material spun on a 3-D printer into the shape of an elephant’s tusk or a specific product design.
By Emmanuel Koro 17h ago
Public budget, social mobility
A public budget must recognise the rights of women who have been previously marginalized.
ZESA Holdings scoops top gong at ZAS
ZESA is involved in a number of initiatives that support the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1), a driver of economic development.
By Belinda Chiroodza 17h ago
Zim eyes $3 trillion halal global market
A halal market provides halal foods, which are produced following rules permitted by Islam and the Halal Food Authority.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 15, 2023
Zim lithium miners to feel the heat as China ends EV subsidy
Last month’s decision to end Chinese EV subsidies means prices will start rising, leading to a slowdown in demand for the cars, and for lithium.
By Freeman Makopa Sep. 15, 2023
‘Govt may withdraw US dollar use before 2025’
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has, on several occasions, threatened to place the USD out of circulation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Sep. 15, 2023
Special agency closes in on insurance fraud
ICZ acting chief executive Nicholas Sayi said the fraudsters would execute a coordinated set of events to syphon money out of insurance companies.
By Melody Chikono Sep. 15, 2023
Seed Co pushes new drought resistant seed on Zim market
Seed Co group chief executive officer Morgan Nzwere said research and development (R& D) would be vital for the business.
By Belinda Chiroodza Sep. 15, 2023
Building capacity for factoring in Africa to support AfCFTA
The key drivers for factoring are the demand for funding SMEs as an engine for economic growth, innovation, and scope for expansion of factoring products.
By Ronald Zvendiya Sep. 15, 2023
Debt, power and poverty
Africa's debt stock owed to external creditors as at year 2021 stood at US$644,9 billion, a significant rise from US$443 billion in 2013.
By Matthew Garaviro Nyashanu Sep. 15, 2023
Handling a toxic manager
A toxic manager creates a negative work environment through their behaviour, such as being overly critical, micromanaging, or displaying favouritism.
By Memory Nguwi Sep. 15, 2023
How Africa can improve its role in global trade
Traditionally, Africa had competitive advantage in agriculture.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 15, 2023
How to succeed in duck rearing
Ducks are raised for both meat and egg production.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Sep. 15, 2023
Effective pension fund management
With the introduction of the new Act for the industry, trustees have been given an opportunity to re-engage with their fund rules again.
By Gandy Gandidzanwa and Itai Mukadira Sep. 8, 2023
Key economic priorities for new govt
Thus, the new government needs policy clarity on whether to save the local currency and maintain the multiple currency regime or adopt the US dollar.
By Victor Bhoroma Sep. 8, 2023
Transformation through targeted poverty alleviation
Emphasises on precise identification and matching policies to the demand of the poor;
By Matthew Garaviro Nyashanu Sep. 8, 2023
ZAPF: An authentic body on pensions
The Association offers a Certificate of Proficiency in Trusteeship to the trustees, who sit on pension fund boards.
By Musawenkosi Dzheka Sep. 8, 2023