Kombi nation: Re-imagining our urban transport system

By Mike Murenzvi Over the past 25 years, kombis have taken over the urban public transport system and become the go-to method of transportation for millions of Zimbabweans. The collapse...

Top US diplomat on Zim investment: We like your talk, now let’s see your...

The top US diplomat for Africa on Tuesday voiced cautious optimism over economic reforms in Zimbabwe, but said America wanted to see “concrete” steps on pledges of reform.  Tibor Nagy,...

Zimbabwe lifts import ban to ease shortages, but this may hurt local industries

Desperate to ease commodity shortages, Government has suspended restrictions on basic goods imports, but the move might increase demand for foreign currency and halt the slow recovery that local...

Mastercard to open Zimbabwe office, targets booming informal market and region

Mastercard is to open an office in Zimbabwe as it looks to tap in to the country’s growing digital payments business, the company has said.  Mastercard President and CEO, Ajay...

Tenders, nepotism and lies – Joram Gumbo’s ethical numbness

AS Zanu-PF’s long-serving chief whip, Joram Gumbo came across as a tidy, backroom operator, quietly but efficiently pulling the strings for his party in Parliament. But his scrapbook in...

Afreximbank: The bank that keeps on giving

Over a decade in which no lender would touch the country with a long barge-pole, there's one bank that has become a lender of last resort to Zimbabwe. The African...