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Top banker seeks further rate cuts

Mugoni, who gave her insights into several parts of the MPS, said there were still aspects of the policy that should be reviewed to place markets in the right frame.
By Shame Makoshori Feb. 13, 2023

Tshinga Dube brings stability to NRZ: Govt

Mhona said the former Cabinet minister had brought “stability and maturity” to the troubled State-run logistics operator’s board, and there was nothing amiss.
By Shame Makoshori Feb. 10, 2023

In-depth Interview: Sharpe speaks on massive investments, frustrations

We tried to buy as much land as we could.
By Muckracker Nov. 11, 2022

CEO Africa Roundtable roars to life

CEO Africa Roundtable chief executive officer (CEO) Kipson Gundani said about 250 chief executives were expected.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 2, 2022

Interview: CEOART scouts for investment

The economy is growing albeit at a very slow pace.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Oct. 23, 2022

Zim CEOs ink deal in US

The delegation is being led by CEOART chairman Oswell Binha and chief executive, Kipson Gundani.
By Rugare Mubika Oct. 9, 2022

Zim CEOs land in US for crucial talks

The delegation is led by CEO Africa Roundtable chairperson Oswell Binha and chief executive Kipson Gundani.
By Rugare Mubika Sep. 30, 2022

Economists slam govt’s ‘fallacious’ inflation targets

Zimbabwe has one of the world’s highest inflation rates, estimated by authorities at 285,02% last month.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Sep. 23, 2022

CEOs plot hedging strategies to tackle deepening crisis

 In several presentations at this year’s edition of the Women’s Executive Leadership Roundtable (WELR) in Kariba on Thursday, executives and entrepreneurs said defences to be rolled out to tackle these turbulences must include swinging into offshore investments.

By The Standard Jun. 19, 2022