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Artisinal miners to blame for falling gold deliveries

Gold is Zimbabwe's top export, followed by platinum and tobacco, mining in general accounts for more than 75% of the country's exports.
By Julia Ndlela Jun. 14, 2024

CNRG calls for risk management practices in mining

CNRG said the first two months of 2024 recorded 33 fatalities and 27 serious injuries from mining accidents, further underlining the need for risk management in the mining sector.
By Business Reporter Jun. 12, 2024

‘ZiG powerless to fight cost-push inflation’

In April, RBZ governor John Mushayavanhu introduced a new currency, Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG), which is backed by gold and forex as part of measures to stabilise the economy.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 7, 2024

ZB urges SMEs to embrace ZiG

The new currency, launched in April this year, has done little to address change challenges in the market among other issues.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 5, 2024

Money changers raids: Tenants suffocate over rentals

The raids on illegal foreign currency dealers, popularly known as money changers, in various cities and towns to protect the ZiG has negatively impacted tenants.
By Innocent Magondo Jun. 5, 2024

Gold miner under fire for hoarding EPOs

On the EPO held by Pearline Mineral Exploration (Pvt) Ltd in Shangani North, the airborne survey was undertaken without the consent of the landowners, the Oppenheimer family.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 3, 2024

ZiG fails to solve change woes

Backed by foreign exchange reserves, precious metals, and valuable minerals, the ZiG was presented as a solution to Zimbabwe’s longstanding economic woes.
By Mark Mtombeni Jun. 2, 2024

ZiG is backed by threats and other harassment means

Consequently, the indignant repression on money changers. Their clampdown is disproportionate to the catch and release of corruption and illicit financial flows practitioners.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana May. 29, 2024

Waiting for the elusive ZiG

The local market bustles with activity, as farmers and traders engage in lively bartering — exchanging maize for soap, or vegetables for school supplies.
By Problem Masau May. 29, 2024