Delta’s US$54.7m court loss: The pain of Zimbabwe’s rapidly shifting currency laws

A Supreme Court ruling against Delta, in a US$54.7 million dispute against tax agency Zimra, shows the damage caused by Zimbabwe’s rapid currency policy changes.

Kuvimba seeks US$150m for Shamva, signs up to gold tracing platform

Zimbabwe’s largest gold producer is negotiating with potential partners for a US$150 million investment to boost production at its Shamva mine by 50%. Kuvimba...

Varun to build new plant for Pepsi snacks in Zimbabwe, estimates market at US$177m

After competing hard in the soft drinks market, Varun Beverages is getting ready for a new fight - the competitive snacks business. Varun...

The Chris Kabwato Column | The white Euros with a black lining

On Saturday, 6 July, England forced Switzerland into extra time at the UEFA Euro 2024 football tournament. Let me rephrase that; on 6 July 2024, a young...

COLUMN | Protection of Children – Bill Passed, Over to You Mr President

Common Law with Mike Murenzvi “Bad facts make bad law, and people who write bad laws are in my opinion more dangerous than songwriters...

Looting vehicles: New Auditor-General report shows how car deals are bleeding Govt

Looking for one sure way to make money from the Government? Get a tender, get paid, and just don’t bother supplying the goods. The...