Zimbabwe’s Econet Wireless shuts African pay TV unit amid crisis

Zimbabwe’s Econet Wireless will shut its African pay-TV unit due to the country’s economic condition and shortage of foreign currency, group Chief Executive Officer Douglas Mboweni...

Unhappy anniversary – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

August marks the first anniversary of the army massacre of six civilians in Harare during a...

Presentation of 2019 Mid-Year Budget Review & Supplementary Budget

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Zimbabwe T-Bill auction oversubscribed after seven-year hiatus

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's central bank said on Friday its first Treasury Bill auction in seven...

Conceal the burn: Zimbabwe is withholding official inflation da

Amid massive spikes in prices and budget austerity measures, Harare delays publication of official numbers until...

Zimbabwe: TelOne and NetOne to be privatised by the end of the year

Launched in a wave of privatisations with the ambitious objective of reducing the country's budget deficit...

Power crisis turns night into day for Zimbabwe’s firms and families

HARARE (Reuters) - Around 9 p.m., a siren pierces the pitch-black night at the Willowvale industrial...

Zimbabwe’s GDP to shrink as power price hikes pile on economic misery

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s economy will shrink this year due to a drought, foreign currency shortages...

Zimbabwe central bank holds first public T-bill auction in seven years

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe’s central bank on Wednesday sought to raise 30 million Zimbabwe dollars ($3.27...

Zim ups the ante on curruption, arrests top officials

The newly-constituted Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC), which was given "new teeth" by president Emmerson Mnangagwa is...

What toilet paper, coffee and other goods now cost in Zimbabwe compared to South Africa

At the end of June, Zimbabwe banned the use of the rand, the US dollar, and...

Eskom to resume power supplies to Zimbabwe after cash-strapped country promises to pay R213m

After weeks of talks the two countries strike a deal for SA's power utility to provide...

Soaring fuel prices and stagnant wages squeeze Zimbabweans

Wages are falling further behind fuel prices, heaping pain on professional drivers and motorists in Zimbabwe....

‘I stopped load shedding in SA and I will do so in Zimbabwe’ – Eskom’s ex-acting CEO Koko

The former Eskom acting chief executive says he will stop load shedding in Zimbabwe in the...

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