Best practices for mainstreaming sustainability in banking sector

The decisions that we make in our financial institutions have a bearing on the survival of humanity. We therefore must toughen up or lose our future.
By Tawanda Muzamwese Oct. 27, 2023

Loan sharks or impact lenders?

The increase in the number of MFIs in Zimbabwe has generally been viewed as a drive to promote financial inclusion.
By Batanai Matsika Oct. 27, 2023

Vision 2030: The chase to zero

The chase to zero is when we look at it from the banking and fintec point of view — depreciation of fees, and what is competitive for various products and what is more meaningful.
By Ndumiso Hadebe Oct. 27, 2023

Remove IMTT on transactions, RBZ tells Treasury

The informal sector operates on a cash basis which is not banked into the formal banking channels.
By Tatira Zwinoira Oct. 26, 2023

Stanbic scoops three prestigious awards

Acting head of brand and marketing Tariro Memo said it was pleasing for the leading financial services institution to be recognized for leading the “banking pack”.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 25, 2023

Foreign currency deposits rise 433% to US$1,6 billion

The central bank chief also said Zimbabwe’s financial system’s stability had improved in the post Covid-19 pandemic period.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 20, 2023

Editor’s Memo: Celebrating Zim banks’ resilience

Nedbank managing director Sibongile Moyo, who is one of the most inspirational and influential women in Zimbabwe, was crowned the Banker of the Year.
By Faith Zaba Oct. 20, 2023

Banks lose billions in bitter recession

The panel said loans and advances crashed by 56% during the period, while deposits also dropped 73%. However, non-performing loans improved.
By Shame Makoshori Oct. 20, 2023

Stanbic scoops top award

The survey, one of Southern Africa’s best analysis of banking systems, is run by the Independent in partnership with First Capital Bank.
By Julia Ndlela Oct. 20, 2023