Fueling the fire: High fuel consumption, corruption and subsidies got us here, and something...

During a December 20, 2018 appearance before a parliamentary committee, central bank governor John Mangudya was asked if it was sustainable for government to continue subsidising fuel....

Lithium firm gets $9.5m facility for Zim project, plant construction by Q2

Kamativi Tailings Company (KTC) has signed a $9.5-million finance and offtake facility for concentrate produced from the Kamativi tailings lithium project, allowing the company to start construction of a plant at the site...

OPINION: Mnangagwa must act on reforms, but don’t give up on Zimbabwe – Former...

GUEST COLUMN: Harry K. Thomas Zimbabwe, a land of unparalleled beauty and infinite potential, is again under democratic and economic siege. Armed men are removing...

Mthuli: Govt must stick to fiscal discipline despite protests, seeks $500m fuel credit line

In Davos for the World Economic Forum, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube says he will stay the course on unpopular fiscal reforms despite protests, and announced that he...

IMF on Zim unrest: Fiscal policy on ‘right direction’ but needs stability to work

Zimbabweans must “collaborate peacefully” after last week’s unrest in order to stabilise the economy, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says. Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s...

South Africa turns down $1.2b loan for Zim, in talks to help debt payoff

South Africa has turned down a request from Zimbabwe for a $1.2 billion loan, a spokesman for the country’s finance ministry said on Monday.