Corrupt firms banned from the forex auction

BRIAN CHITEMBA GOVERNMENT has suspended 12 companies allegedly involved in transfer pricing from the foreign exchange auction system on suspicion they channel part of the...

US$600m water project crumpling

ANDREW KUNAMBURA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is on the verge of cancelling a US$600 million agreement, in which government had mortgaged 18 gold claims to a...

Tight race for VP post

TINASHE KAIRIZA/ANDREW KUNAMBURA ZANU PF stalwarts from Matabeleland region are angling to take up the Vice-Presidency left vacant after the disgraceful fall of Kembo Mohadi,...

Letters of credit: RBZ tightens screws

MELODY CHIKONO IMPORTERS are struggling to access letters of credit to buy critical raw materials as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has tightened screws on...

Policy inconsistency riles mining sector

PLAYERS in the mining sector say government’s policy inconsistency, highlighted by its shock decision to revert to charging mining fees in the local currency...

Govt expenditure wanes re-engagement efforts

Melody Chikono ZIMBABWE’S chances of re-engaging with international donors are increasingly waning because of ballooning government expenditure, which has left the country highly dependent on...

IMF team heads for Zim

Taurai Mangudhla AN International Monetary Fund (IMF) team is expected in Zimbabwe within the next three months to revive the Staff Monitored Programme (SMP), Finance...

Import-substitution drive: Nzenza engages industry

ANDREW KUNAMBURA INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza is engaging private players in the manufacturing sector to craft an import-substitution policy. Nzenza said the move was...

State of the media in Zim

BELOW is an excerpt from the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa)-Zimbabwe Chapter State of Media 2020 report: Introduction The Access to Information and Protection of...

Matibiri tenure as chief executive ending April

TOBACCO Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) chief executive officer Andrew Matibiri (AM) is approaching the end of his tenure in April 2021. This ends...

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