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Borrowed happiness, loaned inequality: Order of oppression

The Western view Africa as a scar on the conscience of humanity when they themselves forget that they are the co-authors of the continent`s misfortunes and challenges.
By Ignetious Banda Jul. 19, 2024

Editorial Comment: Silence on Zec tenders scandal deafening

Zec must be forced to account for the money that it was given by treasury for procurement of materials for last year’s elections.
By The Standard Jun. 30, 2024

IMF Zimbabwe’s corruption scourge

The IMF staff team led by Wojciech Maliszewski conducted a second mission to Harare during June 18 to 27, to conclude the 2024 Article IV Consultation.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 30, 2024

Harare as a guinea pig for privatisation

The city is now largely private in its provision of services to the residents and the latest fad is privatisation of refuse collection.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Jun. 29, 2024

One person killed, over 200 injured in Kenya anti-tax demonstrations

The presence of spent cartridges implied the use of live rounds, they said, adding that more than 100 protesters had been arrested across Kenya.
By Reuters Jun. 21, 2024

Reflections on high taxes, debt servicing in Africa

This implies that the cycle of high taxes has significant effects on the citizens' and countries' economies, as well as the ability to pay off debt.
By Artwell Dzobo Jun. 21, 2024

FBC posts ZWL$1,1 trillion profit

Total income stood at ZWL$2,7 trillion, while inflation-adjusted total assets were ZWL$14,6 trillion.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 21, 2024

CBZ keeps an eye out for more opportunities

In terms of loans and advances to customers, CBZ recorded a near 145% increase to ZW$2,07 trillion (US$339,08 million) compared to the prior year.
By Tatira Zwinoira May. 17, 2024

Zim mulls categorising black market as money laundering

Several suspected illegal foreign currency traders were arrested in Harare’s central business district this week.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Apr. 26, 2024