Govt moves to boost power supply

According to the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority, the country has high solar radiation averaging 20 megajoules per square metre and 3 000 hours of sunshine per year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jul. 18, 2024

Zambezi basin project receives US$10m funding

The Zambezi River Basin project is expected to benefit millions through advancements in agriculture, fisheries and dam operations.
By Obert Siamilandu Jul. 4, 2024

PRVs upgrade delays Byo water, sewage project

During project implementation, the minutes said, the additional works included upgrading of pressure reducing valves to PRVs.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 27, 2024

Candid Comment: Manufactured crisis to enrich politicians, cronies

It is far higher than the region’s conflict flashpoints and war zones - where goods are looted by warlords and militia, triggering grinding shortages and steep price hikes.
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 14, 2024

Zim rated Africa’s most expensive economy

Owing to the depreciation, which was caused by high money supply, the country's PPP shrunk.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 14, 2024

IMF to visit Zim next month as economy teeters

The report noted that the drought has also had a devastating impact on the country and is going to dominate financial reports for companies over the next quarter.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jun. 9, 2024

Editorial Comment: Why does the govt lie?

In Zimbabwe, the ZANU-PF run government has always dismissed criticism as being unpatriotic and now has a law which it can weaponize to deal with such.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Jun. 7, 2024

AfDB bemoans limited concessional loans for the continent

AfDB president Akinwumi Adesina urged a rethink on how the global financial architecture was serving Africa and what needed to be
By Melody Chikono Jun. 6, 2024

AfDB meetings underscore need for human capital development

AfDB’s human capital and skills development director Martha Phiri said the social transformation of Africa was at the centre of the bank’s programming this year.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 6, 2024