Zimbabwe’s small businesses reel from power cuts

HARARE (Reuters) - Nelson Masaka heaves a hindquarter of beef on his shoulder from a truck and trudges inside his butchery shop, wondering out loud how...

Zimbabwe’s 39 Years of march to Utopia: Can Remittances be the Panacea?

 Zimbabwe, once a vibrant and diversified economy, had been known as the breadbasket for Southern Africa...

Zimbabwe villagers face China’s growing appetite for minerals

Thousands of Zimbabweans are facing eviction as another Chinese investor prepares to take over a mine-rich village...

It’s Back to 2008 for Zimbabwe as Economy Set to Shrink: Chart

For Zimbabwe, 2008 was not a good year: there was hyperinflation, an election derailed by political...

Success of Zimbabwe’s currency reform needs sound fiscal measures – IMF

INTERNATIONAL – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is supportive of Zimbabwe's economic policy reforms, but says the...

Zimbabwe hopes dashed by US, downward slide continues – Barry Wood

Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube went on a charm offensive to the United States but returned...

Zimbabwe launches new currency measure

Zimbabwe, without its own currency for a decade, took steps to address its worsening economic crisis...

Zimbabwe looks to tackle telecom fraud with technology

Despite an ambitious economic reform agenda, Zimbabwe’s economic freedom score dropped down 3.6 points to a...

Zimbabwe: three reasons why it’s all going so wrong for Mnangagwa

Mugabe is gone, but chaos reigns....

SA can ‘expect mass influx’ of Zimbabweans – experts

A mass exodus of economic refugees from Zimbabwe is expected as the livelihoods of hundreds of...

Zimbabwe government fails to keep inflation in check as post-Mugabe honeymoon ends

In most countries, a 79 percent leap in share prices over just 11 days would normally...

“The situation is unbearable”: Life under Zimbabwe’s economic crisis

Zimbabweans may be divided politically, but they are united in suffering the consequences of scarce goods...

Zimbabwe’s economy is collapsing: Why Mnangagwa doesn’t have the answers

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa campaigned in July for Zimbabwe’s presidency, he promised to be a business friendly leader,...

IMF warns Africa on rising levels of debt, fears increase in poverty

Johannesburg - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday warned African countries that their increasing indebtedness...

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