The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says the Zimbabwe economy will grow 5.1% in 2021, a slower recovery than the 6% it had forecast in June. Inflation in Zimbabwe will average 92.5% this year...
If you are wondering what stocks to buy in this economy, you need to be looking at agriculture and consumer stocks, according to securities firm Morgan & Co.   Stock market investors should watch these factors;...
Padenga’s decision to list on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) was a win for the new bourse and Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s incentive scheme, but the country’s biggest broker says it deprived local investors of a...
Amatheon Agri, a German agribusiness listed on Europe’s Euronext stock exchange, has secured a licence to grow medicinal cannabis in Zimbabwe. The government awarded Amatheon a renewable five-year licence, the company's CEO said.
By Sharon Mupfure Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has stood in the way of plans by Seed Co, the country’s biggest seed producer, to delist the local unit from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE)...
Padenga Holdings will move its listing from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) to the US dollar-denominated Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX), to take advantage of new government incentives and attract fresh capital. Shareholders of...
Zimbabwe's inflation rate has slowed down over recent months. The rate fell from 837.5% in July last year to 194.1% in April. Does this mean that prices are coming down? How is inflation measured? How is the...
Private equity firm Takura has reached an agreement to acquire a 57,4% stake in sugar processor StarAfrica Corporation from the Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (ZAMCO), according to a corporate announcement on Thursday. “On the...
By Nelson Banya Three years ago, Tommy Doran gave up on his plans to become one of Zimbabwe’s first producers of medicinal cannabis. By this time next year, he could be involved in some...
Zimbabwe’s tobacco auction floors opened Wednesday morning, with the first bale fetching a higher price than last year. The first tobacco sold at US$4.30 a kg, which is higher than the US$4 a kg...
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