Reasons Zimbabwe’s Economic Plight Has No End In Sight – Not Even For 2020

It has been a tough year for the economy of Zimbabwe. The East

This New Initiative Brings Together African Business Women- And With It Comes Much More

Promotion of gender equality and women’s empowerment is not new in Kenya and

Zimbabwe’s Economic Crisis Is Biting Even Harder As Telcos Crank Up Price Of Mobile Services

The costs of living continue to become unbearable for most ordinary people in

Zimbabwe’s Most Profitable Company Shuts Down Its Pay-TV African Unit – Here Is Why

Hardly a month since Econet Wireless placed its Pay TV arm under administration,

Going Backwards? Zimbabwe’s Biggest Cellphone Operator Forced To Use Batteries In Its Operations

While the rest of the world embraces renewable energy to boost electrification and

Zimbabwe Lands Deal With World’s Largest Diamond Company Amid Efforts To Revive Economy

Debt-ridden Zimbabwe has inked a USD 12 Mn mining deal as the economy

Currency Crisis Pushes An Arm Of Zimbabwe’s Most Profitable Company To The Edge Of Bankruptcy

It is no doubt that Zimbabwe has a troubled history with currency. It

Women Are More Likely Going To Repay Their Loans Than Men

A popular maxim says that men and women are intrinsically different. Arguments over

Zimbabwean Solid Waste Management Project Attracts USD 150 Mn Investment

A Zimbabwean solid waste-to-energy project is back on track with an investor, Pragma

No Need To Smoke Old Wads – Zimbabwe Rebasing Economy After New Currency Adoption

Moving away from what was described as a non-benefitting means of exchange, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwean Fintech Startup Payitup Scores USD 13 Mn In A Thawer Fund Series A

Zimbabwean fintech startup Payitup has raised a Series A round of USD 13

Zimbabwe’s Diamonds Expected To Contribute USD 1 Bn To Mining Industry

Zimbabwe’s mining industry is destined to increase in size from USD 2.7 Bn