Zim keeps sinking in debt

Zimbabwe is in a debt distress situation, which has seen it struggling to attract fresh lines of credit at concessional terms.
By Melody Chikono and Blessed Ndlovu Dec. 1, 2023

Ncube navigates through tight fiscal space

Cumulative revenue collections are projected at ZW$53,9 trillion largely in the form of tax revenue (ZW$51,2 trillion) and non-tax revenue (ZW$2,7 trillion).

Treasury floats ambitious multi-billion-dollar bond

MIF chairperson Chipo Mtasa said the board has not yet convened to begin discussing business.
By Tinashe Makichi and Freeman Makopa Nov. 17, 2023

State of the economy: A helicopter view!

For some time now, Zimbabwe has witnessed excellent records of foreign currency inflows with the latest annual number being a record-breaking US$11,7 billion in 2022.
By Rufaro Hozheri Nov. 10, 2023

Stability, a stretch away: Currency market review

This deduces to an average of US$16,15 million per session.
By Respect Gwenzi Sep. 29, 2023

Why new ministers must up their game

Since 1980, there have been frequent changes in the composition and portfolios of successive cabinets and ministerial offices.
By Makomborero Muzenda Sep. 24, 2023

Cabinet nepotism fractures Zanu PF

But those fighting in Mnangagwa’s corner argued that such appointments were common.
By Vincent Mungofa and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Sep. 22, 2023

Unmasking Mnangagwa’s ‘cronies’ in cabinet

He is said to have qualifications in actuarial science and business administration, which he obtained from a United States university.
By Sydney Kawadza and Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 17, 2023

MUCKRAKER: Zim now a family business

Some people are, of course, making noise that our current owner has appointed his own son into the government.
By Muckracker Sep. 15, 2023