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Structured currency may require a change of public perceptions

Be that as it may, I hold that the decision could have been delayed a bit further, particularly if the desire was to continue to hold the rate of inflation down.
By Prosper Munyedza 3h ago

‘Zim inflation rate at 747%’

It is the reason why most of the country’s leading corporations have been relying on internally generated inflation data to make decisions.
By Shame Makoshori and Julia Ndlela Feb. 16, 2024

Why renewables are a massive market disruptor

The implications of this market transformation across the energy industry are significant.
By Michael Kearney Feb. 4, 2024

Editorial: Rising food poverty cause for concern

The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) has highlighted in its latest report the grave situation confronting us.
By Newsday Feb. 1, 2024

More price increases loom

The year opened with a spate of price increases on goods and services across the economy as new government taxes, fees and levies took effect.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 16, 2024

The perils of opening schools amid a cholera outbreak

It is wise for schools to stock oral rehydration sachets for first line management of cholera in case of a school spread.
By Johannes Marisa Jan. 11, 2024

Recession fears spike as El Niño stalks Zim

In December, the World Bank said the country’s economic outlook was moderating.
By Julia Ndlela Jan. 5, 2024

Food inflation hits consumers

Food prices have been volatile in recent months, with staples like bread, cooking oil and sugar becoming increasingly expensive.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Dec. 29, 2023

2023: Journey on rickety rickshaw

The disparities caused a headache for formal sector players in terms of indexing or pricing goods and services. 
By Melody Chikono Dec. 21, 2023