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Saturday, March 28, 2020
December’s net trade position third best in 12 yearsThe country has posted a net positive monthly trade position only four times since 2008The positive trade position has been attributed to import suppression rather than a growth in exports brought about by dearth in aggregate demandOpportunity cost of import suppression may be higher...
Africa’s population to double by 2050E-commerce players in AfricaViability of African Instant Messaging endeavors?Africa, a global leader in fintech Africa’s population is expected to roughly double by 2050, adding 1.2 billion people to Africa’s 2019 population of 1.3 billion people. With an internet penetration rate of 35.9%, Africa...
Davos 2020 hopeful for ZimbabweFinance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube will face a hard time in luring investors at DavosPoor fiscus management results in slow economic growth Harare - Zimbabwe is attending the 50th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos that is to commence on 21...
In a recent interview with a local radio broadcaster, Minister Ncube maintains that 2020 GDP will grow by 3%In a recent interview with a local radio broadcaster, Minister Ncube maintains that 2020 GDP will grow by 3%In his 2020 National Budget, Minister Ncube says economic growth will be anchored on...
Harare- With persistent power shortages, Zimbabwe is seeking to take advantage of other sources of electricity to deal with the scourge that has resulted in poor production in various key industries such as mining in the course of the year. In latest developments, government announced...
Harare- The two months old Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) which was created with a mandate to help buttress monetary policy while retaining independence from the Reserve Bank, has damningly warned that monetary stability is in danger following a presentation of the 2020 National budget. On its...
Harare- As prices of goods and services continue increasing and salaries are increasing at a reduced rate, life is becoming harder for the average person in Zimbabwe.  The money they earn is buying less and less on a weekly, if not daily basis.
Harare- Zimbabwe is hard hit with hyperinflation and this has seen the erosion of income, especially for the low-income earners in the civil service despite the government taking measures to cushion them against some of challenges they are facing due to low income. The last...