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Informal market relegates Z$20 note to the graveyard

Informal market relegates Z$20 note to the graveyard

By Herald Zimbabwe HARARE – Public transport operators and informal traders in the capital are no longer accepting the Z$20…
Zimbabwe in race to introduce digital currency

Zimbabwe in race to introduce digital currency

Zimbabwe is in the race to become one of the first African countries to introduce a central bank digital currency…
Fresh Details on Bank ABC Boss Exit

Fresh Details on Bank ABC Boss Exit

Former BancABC Zimbabwe managing director Lance Mambondiani is said to have violated policies relating to the procurement of vendors where…
RBZ blacklists 11 companies

RBZ blacklists 11 companies

SIX contractors that were doing business with Government have been blacklisted by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s Financial Intelligence…
Mango value addition project to empower farmers

Mango value addition project to empower farmers

By Agencies Mango and fruit value chain producer’s are set to benefit from a value and beneficiation program. The project…
OK Zimbabwe acquires Food Lovers Market

OK Zimbabwe acquires Food Lovers Market

OK Zimbabwe has concluded the acquisition of Food Lovers Market, which gives the supermarket chain exclusive rights to the brand…
2022 corporate movers and shakers

2022 corporate movers and shakers

Business Times The curtain on 2022 comes down on Saturday in a year in which there were changes in the…
RBZ to further liberalise forex market

RBZ to further liberalise forex market

By Sunday Mail The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will introduce new measures to further liberalise the foreign exchange market…
No return, no refund clause illegal

No return, no refund clause illegal

BUSINESS people, especially those in the retail and transport sectors, are shortchanging their customers through the use of illegal disclaimer…
40 percent Zimbabwean cars uninsured – ICZ

40 percent Zimbabwean cars uninsured – ICZ

HARARE – At least 40 percent of cars on Zimbabwe’s roads do not have insurance cover, the Insurance Council of…
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