Staff Reporter

… As Government meets Captains of Industry

The Government, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and Captains of Industry have agreed to curb the volatility in the parallel exchange rates, which are threatening to negatively affect the country’s economic growth.

Staff Reporter

… As it declares war on illegal foreign currency trade

Government through the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), has intensified efforts of identifying and prosecuting illegal foreign currency dealers that are fuelling economic instability.

Mat North Correspondent

Matabeleland North Provincial Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Richard Moyo says the New Dispensation has crafted super policies that enable local companies to prosper even during difficult times such as the COVID-19 pandemic era.

Staff Reporter

… as six potential investors are shortlisted

Economic analysts have indicated that local investors are better placed to ensure growth at the national steel company, ZISCO Steel, through value addition unlike foreign investors who prefer exporting raw minerals.

Agriculture Reporter

The revival of the country’s economy depends on the good performance of the agriculture sector, hence the need to finance and equip the sector, said President Mnangagwa at the official opening of the 111th edition of this year’s Harare Agriculture Show in Harare yesterday.

Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe is now benefiting from the sustained drive by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on the engagement and re-engagement policy.  As a result, Zimbabwean products to the European Union will now be expected to pay a reduced duty tariff or have it eliminated altogether under the EU-ESA Economic Partnership Agreement.

Staff Reporter

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday named and shamed foreign currency abusers and banned them from using local cellphone lines for the next two years.