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DMTT long overdue

Several developing countries have rolled out corporate income tax incentives to lure multinationals attracts other foreign investors.
By Newsday Dec. 6, 2023

Siziba tears into Ncube’s budget

Siziba made the call at a campaign rally in Nketa constituency ahead of the December 9 by-elections.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 5, 2023

A sad Christmas present from clueless Mthuli Ncube

According to economics, there is no country which has developed through heavily taxing its people.
By Amh Voices Dec. 5, 2023

National Security Cluster gets bigger budget than ailing health sector

Ncube said ZWL$8,6 trillion had been allocated towards the national security cluster and ZWL6,3 trillion to the Ministry of Health and Childcare.
By Belinda Chiroodza Nov. 30, 2023

Mthuli Ncube needs a tough balancing act

 They have also proposed that all corporate tax should be payable in local currency to shore up the demand for the Zimdollar which will strengthen the local unit.
By Newsday Nov. 30, 2023

Zim’s economic data unusable, says research firm

About a week ago, World Economics reported that the official estimate for Zimbabwe’s GDP was US$35 billion at the end of 2022 in purchasing power parity terms.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 29, 2023

PPPs needed to bridge Africa’s infrastructural development gap

The AfDB estimates that between US$130 and US$170 billion is needed for infrastructural development every year, leaving a substantial financing gap of US$68 to US$108 billion.
By African Development Bank Nov. 26, 2023

Why leaders fail

Governments have failed their citizens because they have not served the citizens but have become more powerful than the citizens they are supposed to serve.
By Jonah Nyoni Nov. 25, 2023

Nexus between economy, thriving insurance sector

Zimbabwe’s insurance sector was also affected by the global outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, which led to unprecedented disruption and created material uncertainty.
By Victor Bhoroma Nov. 24, 2023