Chevrons beat Sri Lanka

By Lawrence Trusida Sport Editor THE Zimbabwe national cricket team, the Chevrons, have leveled the three-match One Day International Series against Sri Lanka after beating the hosts by 22 runs…

Warriors redeem lost pride after overcoming Guinea 2-1 at AFCON

By Lawrence Trusida Sport Editor THE Warriors finally came good this Tuesday after beating Guinea 2-1 in their last match at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Yaoundé, Cameroon.…

Synergies key in enhancing growth of female-owned businesses

By Lisa Masuku WOMEN in the productive sector are targeting growth based on synergies to expand their local and regional markets. To avert the ripple effects of the covid-19 pandemic,…

Infrastructure sector to achieve notable growth in 2022 – economists

By Josephine Mugiyo WITH the country moving from recovery to growth, economists and industrialists have tipped infrastructure, mining and agriculture to take the lead. After posting a national output of…

Zim dollar retreats as RBZ forex auction resumes

By Davison Vandira THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Foreign Currency Auction resumed this Tuesday, with the Zimbabwe dollar trading at one hundred and twelve dollars and eighty-two cents to the…

Global Finance raises central bank governor’s ratings

By Davison Vandira ZIMBABWE’s macroeconomic reform success continues to get international recognition, with the latest being the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor’s recognition by Global Finance. The macroeconomic reform process…

ZimTrade eyes export opportunities in SA’s Limpopo Province

By Owen Mandovha ZIMTRADE is focusing on establishing trade opportunities in South Africa’s Limpopo Province in line with its strategy to continue growing the country’s exports. The trade promotion body…

Chevrons march towards victory

By Albert Chekayi In the second One Day International match currently underway at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Pallekele, Sri Lanka have now reached 114 for the loss of 4 wickets…

South African rand slips as dollar edges higher

JOHANNESBURG, Jan 17 (Reuters) – The South African rand slipped on Monday, as the dollar edged higher amid expectations for several U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate hikes this year. At…