OPINION | Is Varun’s tax holiday helping the company take the fizz out of...

By Simba Mandonye Has Varun Beverages' Zimbabwe’s Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status given the PepsiCo franchise an unfair advantage over its industry peers? The...

OPINION | Why trust deficit, inconsistent government policies is to blame for resistance to...

By Archie Mathibela On 13 December 2021, Zimbabwe announced the introduction of an e-passport through Statutory Instrument 273 of 2021, gazetting new fees and...

Born out of necessity, Mukuru looks beyond remittances as it plots fintech expansion across...

By Adriaan Kruger Mukuru started 17 years ago as a solution to a problem two Zimbabwean immigrants faced in London.

Old money, new deal: British energy tycoon Cluff marks return to Zimbabwe with a...

Weeks after Zimbabwe’s independence in 1980, British mining tycoon Algy Cluff hopped on a plane to Harare, keen to invest in the new economy. Soon after, his...

Zimbabwe reports record daily COVID-19 infection numbers

Zimbabwe has reported its highest number of daily COVID-19 infections since the pandemic began. A total of 4031 people tested positive for the virus...

After failing to bag Shamva, Canada’s B2Gold is again looking for a Zimbabwean gold...

B2Gold Corporation, the Canadian company that owns mines in Africa and the Philippines, is interested in acquiring gold assets in Zimbabwe. The mid-tier gold...