Econet Wireless Zimbabwe and Mobile Money

Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube doesn’t see a quick resolution to the country’s battle with its most successful company....

Zimbabwe keen on biz tie-ups with SUVM

Rajkot: Zimbabwe is keen on collaborating with several industries in Saurashtra and is exploring memorandum of...

Old Mutual to Move Zimbabwe Listing as Currency War Escalates

"Companies were using the so-called Old Mutual Implied Rate to determine the forward value for the...

In a Nation of Farmers, Much of the Agricultural Land in Zimbabwe Lies Fallow

Growers blame years of government corruption and inefficiency for lack of promised assistance. Now, the land...

Zimbabwe Moves to Eliminate Parallel Exchange Rate in New Law

Zimbabwe set new regulations to compel businesses to use a single exchange rate for pricing goods...

Alrosa kicks off diamond exploration in Zimbabwe

In partnership with state-controlled diamond miner ZCDC, Alrosa aims to discover new deposits....

Econet to shut down all shops from tomorrow

Because some employees tested positive for COVID-19...

RBZ forex auction round 5, rate now at 72.15

Reserve Bank Forex Auction round 5 is in the books....

Domestic USD NOSTRO cards: Seems like govt employees were short-changed… again

USD Domestic NOSTRO cards, is this another attempt at the 1:1 ratio? Considering that holders of...

Zimbabwe on course to meet 2020 budget deficit target -finmin

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s finance minister Mthuli Ncube said on Monday the country was on track...

Zimbabwean exchange may resume trading early next week

Zimbabwe’s government may allow trade on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange to resume as early as next...

Many Zimbabweans sell goods from their cars in hard times

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Cars have become mobile markets in Zimbabwe where enterprising residents are selling...

Crackdown on mobile money hits Zimbabwe’s poor

Every day for weeks on end, Samantha Murozoki has made sure that the poorest citizens of...

Zimbabwe inflation at 737.26% y/y in June – Zimstat

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s inflation was at 737.26% year-on-year in June compared to 785.55% the previous...

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