3 days ago | September 26, 2022

EXPLAINER | Who sets interest rates and how do they affect me?

News24.com Interest rates are the rates at which you pay interest on money you borrow or at which you earn interest on ...

6 days ago | September 23, 2022

Silent difference between keeping, losing a customer

Leslie Mupeti What do you think about when you come across the word Nike? Do you think about athletes, footwear, sports ...

‘Liquidity crunch a necessary pain’

Golden Sibanda POLICY interventions by authorities to deal with resurgent inflation and currency depreciation have ...

Strengthening dollar spells tough times for Industry

Business Writer The strengthening greenback is likely to open local industry to increased competition from cheap ...

IMF warms up to Zim’s economic policies

Tapiwanashe Mangwiro With the International Monetary Fund (IMF) giving a vote of confidence on Zimbabwe’s economy, ...

Obesity costs SA billions

Globally, it is widely acknowledged that obesity-related conditions and their complications add hugely to healthcare ...

Record wheat harvest on the horizon

Tapiwanashe Mangwiro The Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Water and Fisheries has assured the nation that wheat ...

How do I know I have a debt problem?

Your debt problem may be a small one that is just beginning or it may have already escalated into something ...

IDBZ gets green climate fund accreditation

Business Writer THE Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe’s (IDBZ) recent accreditation to the Green Climate Fund ...

Worldwide events impact on executive pay in 2022

Since the Covid-19 pandemic the world has been affected by many events that are now the new normal, forcing businesses ...

Govt intervenes in African Sun, Makasa impasse

Business Writer The  Government is intervening in the dispute between African Sun and Makasa Sun over the lease ...

BAT reports drop in volumes

Theresa Mhazo and Latifa Mapfumo BAT ZIMBABWE says volumes from the sale of cigarettes declined by 6 percent for the ...

Higher life expectancy a blessing, but can be a curse

Kudzanai Sharara Zimbabwe’s life expectancy levels have reportedly increased to 64,7 years from 60 years in 2017, ...

Public, private partnership in economic growth

Dr Keen Mhlanga The private sector has actively contributed in the delivery of urban transportation infrastructure ...

UK-Africa ties: Future looks gloomy under Truss

Britain has a new prime minister in Liz Truss. For African leaders wondering what the new administration might mean for ...

Consumers, clothing brands turn to sustainability as a guiding light

A good product is no longer enough to win a consumer’s favor. Shoppers want more than just quality, often looking ...

Food hacks for surviving loadshedding

Nobody loves loadshedding. However, that does not mean you have to go hungry or settle for dry bread. Below, the team at ...

‘The great American road trip will be electrified’

Detroit. — US President Joe Biden touted an electric automotive future last week as the new-generation models shared the ...

ZSE: We’re most likely in the bottom-up period

Kudzanai Sharara The year 2022 has been a bruising one for equity markets, both locally and offshore. There’s been no ...

Truss pessimistic on UK-US trade deal in the near future

A  trade deal between the UK and the US is unlikely in the short to medium term, Liz Truss said as she touched down in ...