Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube has ended subsidies for maize and wheat, a move meant to cut costs, but set to further drive up the cost of staples for already pressed Zimbabwean consumers. Ncube...
As Zimbabwe continues to struggle to produce sufficient quantities of the staple maize grain, two decades after the government started redistributing commercial farms from whites to black farmers, a frequent claim comes up. The farmers who moved to Zambia are responsible...
Coffee production in the country has gone down from last year owing to poor prices and a shift by farmers to macadamia nut production, industry officials have said. Zimbabwe Coffee Mill administrator Johane Jori said...
Ex-Implats CE Brown to lead board Mines construction expected after Q1 2020 Commodities baron Kuda Tagwirei’s Landela Mining Ventures has emerged as the new joint venture partner in the Russian-led Darwendale...
By Chris Chenga On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in New York State. It has been eleven years and a week since; the ideals of free markets and financialisation of economies...
The Zimbabwe government has approved a US$51 million farm equipment deal with John Deere, as it looks to plug an implements shortage that it says has depressed harvests. Under the facility, John Deere’s Africa unit...
Zimbabwe is to start shipping 17,000 tonnes of maize from Tanzania on Monday under an agreement with the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) and Zambian rail. TAZARA, Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) and the National...
Caledonia Mining has downgraded its guidance on annual production at Blanket Mine to account for lower-than-expected grade and unreliable power supply.  Production guidance for 2019 has been cut to between 50,000 and 53,000 ounces, down from...
As the gold price touched all-time highs late August 2011, Zimbabwe’s government was not, as would be expected, doing all it could to ensure the country capitalised on the boom. Instead, the government was moving to cancel...
Following the end of dollarisation last month and the inevitable confusion that ensued, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has today, July 24, issued its second exchange control circular to clarify certain aspects of the new regime,...
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