Anti- Econet brand chorus grows

Simon Munyoro MANY Zimbabweans are joining the anti-bond Econet Wireless brand as they threaten to migrate to other networks in protest against the mobile services recent data increases. The development follows a directive given by Postal and Telecommunications regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) which pegged tariffs for data at US $0,02 cents More...

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By M On Friday, January 13th, 2017

Caledonia targets 60 000 ounces of gold from Blanket mine in 2017

Harare-Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc says its  Zimbabwean subsidiary , Blanket mine  remains on-track to increase annual production to approximately 80,000 ounces of gold by 2021 and is now targeting 60000 More...

By daniel On Thursday, January 12th, 2017

CZI to retrospect on economy

By Daniel Chigundu THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says it is going to use its annual Economic Outlook Symposium to reflect on the challenges faced by local industries. Companies in Zimbabwe are currently More...

By chapanduka On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017

WhatsApp, Facebook causing revenue decline

Talent Chapanduka Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority POTRAZ says the coming in of WhatsApp and Facebook is slowly leading to the death of voice calls. This came out when POTRAZ was responding to More...

By Beaven Dhliwayo On Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Zimbabwe’s mobile penetration rate in 94.3 percent decline

Zimbabwe’s mobile penetration rate in 94.3 percent decline Beaven Dhliwayo Harare – Zimbabwe’s mobile penetration rate declined from 97% to 94.3% between July and August 2016 mainly because of a slight drop More...

By Beaven Dhliwayo On Tuesday, January 10th, 2017


WEEKLY MARKET WATCH: Little hope on the horizon, but economic redemption is attainable By Beaven Dhliwayo What made headlines in the week  Harare – The prior year was one of the most difficult post dollarization More...

By ochikari On Monday, January 9th, 2017

Government fails to resuscitate Shabani and Mashava mines

By Owen Chikari MASHAVA– The government through the Zimbabwe Mining  and Development Corporation ZMDC has failed  to resuscitate production at the troubled Shabani and Mashava  Mines despite taking over  More...

By Tariro Senderayi On Sunday, January 8th, 2017

Ecocash may not exist end of year

This is one insightful view on the issue of bondnotes and the Ecocash facility through the lens of a concerned citizen of Zimbabwe. Particularly , their view that Ecocash in its current form will not exist by the More...

By Watchman On Friday, January 6th, 2017

CBZ suspends local use of Visa cards.

  CBZ Bank has suspended the local use of Visa cards citing the prevailing foreign exchange shortage. The bank says visa card services at ATMs, point of sale and internet payments would only be available outside More...

By editor On Friday, January 6th, 2017

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issue a bond notes update

HARARE: The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it has released into circulation $72,9 million worth of bond notes since the surrogate currency was introduced last November. The bond notes were introduced to tackle More...