Inflation statistics: ZimStat must ditch blended figures

The Treasury has also paused fulfilling its obligations like payments to contractors and suppliers.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Aug. 11, 2023

Who will tame the elephant in the room?

The big elephant in the room is government’s profligacy, its insatiable quest to spend beyond its budget. It is its reckless indiscipline.
By Tinashe Murapata Jun. 15, 2023

No sign of Zimdollar stability in the short-term outlook

Government issued Treasury Bills (TBs) valued at about US$1,45 billion in fulfilment of obligations due to some creditors and suppliers, prior to shelved.
By Respect Gwenzi May. 5, 2023

The season of madness at play

Meanwhile in the interim, rational agents are anticipating a gallop in expenditure as the new salary structures take effect.
By Respect Gwenzi Mar. 24, 2023

Value for money process to save 20% of govt revenue: Ncube

Ncube revealed that Treasury was strengthening the procurement process and stamping out overpricing by contractors.
By Melody Chikono Feb. 16, 2023

Letter From America: Africans waking up slowly to Wester influences!

The various threats uttered recently by US officials are by no means idle threats.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 12, 2023

Inflation slowing down: Govt

Analysts said this was a sign that annual inflation could hit the 400% mark by year end.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Feb. 6, 2023

Directors must face the music too

By scrutinising the list of companies blacklisted, even a layman can detect that the suppliers are mostly shelf companies used to engage in illicit activities.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 11, 2022

US identifies ISIS members in South Africa – two weeks after terror alert

The US Treasury has designated and sanctioned four individuals identified as members of an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) cell in Durban, South Africa.
By Businesstech Nov. 8, 2022