On July 18, 2019, the finance ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) countries – the United States, the United…
The Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB) publishes “The Microfinance Interview”, a monthly question-and-answer feature through which it engages with key stakeholders of the microfinance sector such as microfinance institutions (MFIs), funders, service providers, development partners and regulators among others, on issues of topical and mutual interest.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it will aggressively seek out arrears from free riders following a 4% increase in gross revenue collections to $264,79 million in January.
SOUTHERN Africa anticipates to commission new power projects that will add 30 000MW to the region between 2017 and 2022, as countries move to meet overwhelming demand, Energy and Power Development minister, Samuel Undenge said yesterday.
South African Airways (SAA) became the first airline to fly a wide-bodied plane to Victoria Falls, declaring it would bring a bigger aircraft if demand increases.
THE government has begun paying off the balance to acquire a 60% shareholding in Telecel Zimbabwe and the transaction should be complete by next week.
Sources yesterday revealed that the government had sent $30 million to VimpelCom.
A PRIVATE energy firm, SolGas (Private) Limited, has approached the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) seeking a licence to set up a 5 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic power plant in Matabeleland North province as part of efforts to ease the country’s power shortages.
THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) president Busisa Moyo will on Saturday address Bulawayo residents and businesspeople on the status…
ZIMBABWE’S prime resort town of Victoria Falls has been declared a Tourism Special Economic Zone (TEZ), a development expected to spur growth in tourist arrivals and create employment for locals, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Metallon Corp, the biggest gold producer in Zimbabwe, reported a 7 percent drop in gold production year-on-year, during its third quarter due to equipment breakdowns and increased power disruptions.