The story of Bill McLeod – the prophet of Rhodesia

As things get tough, more and more Zimbabweans are looking to “prophets” to divine the future and sell them some hope. From their pulpits,...

New survey: Why Zimbabwe mining execs say their confidence is nearing rock bottom

Confidence among mining executives in Zimbabwe has dipped further this year, hit by worries over power cuts, the foreign currency crisis and an uncertain policy outlook, a...

Zimbabwe one of Pepsi’s fastest growing markets, says bottler Varun

Varun Beverages says Zimbabwe is one of the fastest growing markets for its Pepsi products, although the foreign currency crisis remains a cause for caution.

Bottleneck: How weak consumer spending is hurting Delta sales

Zimbabweans are spending less on beer and soft drinks as inflation erodes incomes, according to the latest trading update from Delta, the country’s largest brewer and beverage maker.
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Power crisis: RioZim HY gold output down 8%

RioZim says gold output for the half year to June fell 8%, as the company lost production time to power cuts and felt the impact of rising costs.

ANALYSIS | Jorum Gumbo: Charges will shed no new light into the Zim Airways...

Jorum Gumbo, the former Transport Minister, has been arrested for his actions around the Zimbabwe Airways controversy. But it tells a story of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s feeble...