Markets

6 days ago | November 20, 2020

NDS1: Where will funding come from, and how much?

Kudzanai Sharara Taking Stock Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube, through the National Development ...

A story of resilience in Zimbabwe

When Cyclone Idai hit more than a year ago, Nancy and Dingane Sithole awoke to discover their house and property ...

2 weeks ago | November 13, 2020

How Biden presidency could affect Zim

The United States of America’s president-elect Joseph Biden would not need much induction in dealing with the affairs of ...

Alibaba records billions in sales

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said orders made during its Singles’ Day mega-shopping festival had ...

To cope with Covid-19, the poor need debt relief

Covid-19 has taken lives and disrupted livelihoods in every corner of the globe. It has knocked more economies into ...

Total puts SA on global energy map

Last month French energy giant Total announced it had made a significant gas condensate discovery 175km off the southern ...

Shortage of building, construction material hits SA

Critical shortages of building and construction materials, including cement, steel, bricks and timber, are suffocating ...

3 weeks ago | November 6, 2020

CBZ’s ZSE rally: Here’s what key metrics show

CBZ Holdings has had a sterling run on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in 2020. As of yesterday the financial services giant ...

‘Developing nations can’t ease up on Covid-19 now’

As Europe braces for a second wave of coronavirus that in parts of the continent looks to be more intensive than the ...

Ghana to sell gold royalties

At stake is the roughly 4 percent in royalties that Ghana’s government earns on every ounce of commercially mined gold. ...

Stock Market Weekly Review

A positive sentiment returned on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) to see the market close in the black, led by the ...

Chinese companies grapple with payments delay

China’s business owners have spent a record amount of time collecting money owed to them this year as clients, led by ...

4 weeks ago | October 30, 2020

Why emerging markets love crypto

Arecent poll of 150 portfolio companies found that the crypto industry is alive and well, with four out of five polled ...

Trump’s stock market: A wild four years

The Trump rally, a trade war, and then a crippling pandemic: The four years since President Donald Trump’s 2016 election ...

1 month ago | October 16, 2020

Bears dominate ZSE

Enacy Mapakame Bears continued to dominate the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) with four of the benchmark indices closing ...

2 months ago | October 9, 2020

Pick n Pay Zim slides into red

Business Writer The Zimbabwean subsidiary of giant South African retailer, Pick n Pay, posted a R1,7 million loss for ...

2 months ago | October 2, 2020

Steward Bank unveils new agribusiness product

Steward Bank has partnered businesses under parent company Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe, to launch AgroFuture, a new ...

ZSE in record turnover

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) closed the month of September up 17,5 percent and if inflation for the month is to ...

Tongaat: Deloitte in the firing line

Tongaat Hulett chair Louis von Zeuner assured shareholders attending Monday’s AGM that the board “will take action where ...

2 months ago | September 25, 2020

New steps needed to improve sovereign debt workouts

Covid-19 has greatly lengthened the list of developing and emerging market economies in debt distress. For some, a ...