Govt lays out new plan for Beitbridge death trap highway

THE 585 kilometre Harare-Beitbridge highway, the country’s busiest and most economically strategic, was completed in 1960, with a 20-year lifespan. By the time Jonah Moyo and Devera Ngwena popularised ‘Masvingo...

Mangudya to get five more years, says ED spokesman, in new knock on confidence

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya will have his term extended when his current term ends next year, presidential spokesman George Charamba has said. Mangudya took office on May...

Forex crisis: RioZim suspends operations at 3 mines

RioZim, Zimbabwe's second largest gold producer, has stopped production at its three gold mines after running out of imported inputs, a sign of widespread distress across the country's mining...

NEWS MAKER: Everyone is striving for Masiyiwa’s endorsement, but his loyalty is to business

President Emmerson Mnangagwa is “sincere in what he’s doing”, economic recovery will be tough and Western sanctions must be lifted, says Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa. Masiyiwa was part of...
Zimbabwe prices

Zimbabwe: A shortage of goods, but an oversupply of lies and cowardice

ZIMBABWE’S economy is, once again, in turmoil. Unrestrained government expenditure has rekindled inflationary flames, the country’s huge import bill continues to exert pressure on limited foreign currency earnings and...

Lithium miner sees first Kamativi production in Q2 next year

Zimbabwe Lithium Company (ZLC) expects to complete a pilot plant and start production of lithium concentrates in the second quarter of 2019 after a legal dispute delayed work on...