Zimbabwe’s prices surge at fastest pace since hyperinflation

Zimbabwean consumer prices have surged at their fastest pace since a hyperinflationary spiral a decade ago, casting a further shadow over the economic reform efforts of...

Zimbabwe’s Inflation at Highest in a Decade as Dollar Shortage Bites

HARARE, ZIMBABWE — Inflation in Zimbabwe soared last month to its highest level since 2008, official data...

Zimbabwe Farmers Call for Help to Mitigate Drought Effects

HARARE — Farmers in Zimbabwe are appealing for funds to irrigate their land, in hopes of fending...

Zimbabwe’s unlicensed foreign currency traders face 10-year jail

HARARE (Reuters) - Unlicensed foreign currency traders in Zimbabwe face up to 10 years in jail...

Epic fail! Money tax pushes Zimbabwe towards abyss

While Mnangagwa’s rowback may have been a political necessity, it leaves Zimbabwe with the same problem...

Zimbabwe aims to undo some land grab mistakes, says minister

Zimbabwe’s government has started a land audit to cut farm sizes, flush out multiple farm owners...

Zimbabwe’s black rhinos at risk as China reverses a 25-year ban on horns

On October 31, 2018, the Chinese government released a statement declaring the reversal of a 25-year ban on...

Resizing of land ‘will be a big test for Zim govt to rope in white farmers’

Zimbabwean former head of the Commercial Farmers Union, a grouping of mostly white farmers, has reportedly...

Zimbabwe Budget Deficit Balloons as Spending Exceeds Target

Zimbabwe’s budget deficit ballooned in the first nine months of the year as the government spent...

Forget Zimbabwe, Zambia Is ‘Open For Business’

When you hear this phrase/mantra ‘Open for business’, you naturally know that we are talking about President Mnangagwa’s Second Republic....

By 2023, Zimbabwe will be earning $12bn a year from mineral exports, minister says

Mineral production is expected to be boosted by higher output at Amplats’s Unki Mine and Implats’s...

Zimbabwe vows to put more mining assets on sale — including gold mines

Zimbabwe will announce in two weeks the successful bidders for assets owned by state-owned mining company...

Economic turmoil is unavoidable in Mnangagwa’s Zimbabwe

Overspending by the government is behind the current downward spiral in Zimbabwe’s economy. By Derek Matyszak...

Zimbabwe’s crumbling economy spoils coup ‘celebrations’

Harare ‑ It’s only a few weeks before the coup plotters celebrate the Second Republic, which...

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