The Budget presents a dilemma to the unions. Mboweni himself grappled with the conflicting demands, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
The fund has revised its 2020 growth projection for Zimbabwe from 2.7% to just 0.8%.
According to Care International and OXFAM, about 5.8 million Zimbabweans are facing severe levels of food insecurity.
Transnet International Holdings' foray into the African continent comes as global economic superpowers are also looking to mark their place in the African continent and capitalise on its growth potential.
A zombie idea is one that refuses to die. There's a zombie idea that persists about Zimbabwe as a "breadbasket", says Wandile Sihlobo.
Zimbabwe could be heading for another poor harvest after the country's biggest maize seed producer SeedCo said it had recorded a drop in sales.
Zimbabwean AI expert William Sachiti this week published open source technology dubbed 'Trees of Knowledge', which aims to improve access to education through smartphones across Africa.
Low-cost airline, Fastjet says it is yet to get funding meant to keep it afloat beyond March this year.
Zimbabwe's government has approached the United Arab Emirates in hopes of selling a stake in its national oil company, according to three company and government officials familiar with the plan.
Children, often undocumented and unaccompanied, risk the dangerous crossing into South Africa in hope of a better life.
A funding offer by a billionaire Zimbabwe telecoms tycoon has prompted the country's doctors to consider ending a long-running strike over wage payments.
Zimbabwe faces a grim economic outlook this year and is also at risk of an extreme humanitarian crisis, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
Zimbabwe has given an ultimatum to holders of mining licences to pay an annual renewal fee by April, or face losing their licenses, mines Minister Winston Chitando announced on Wednesday.
Zimbabwe industry's capacity utilisation contracted to 36.4% in 2019 and could fall further.
At least 20 miners in Zimbabwe have been trapped underground after a shaft collapsed, state media reported on Thursday.
A leading Zimbabwean opposition lawmaker pleaded not guilty to charges that he planned to overthrow President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a lawyers' group said on Monday, the latest in a series of cases to target government critics.
Unions representing government workers in Zimbabwe say they have accepted an offer of higher pay as a provisional step in long-running negotiations.
Despite food crisis, Zimbabwe fields lie fallow as farmers grapple with drought, hyperinflation and onerous taxes.
In a shelter near the border, girls dream of futures that may be out of reach if they cannot secure documents.
Zimbabwe insists it’s prepared to deal with a deepening food crisis, but the United Nations says that so far there’s little evidence that enough corn is coming in to feed the drought-stricken nation’s 8.5 million people, nearly half the population, who are going hungry.
An invasion of crop-munching fall armyworm caterpillars has inflicted a further blow to food security in Malawi, where nearly two million people have already been hit by drought, the government says.
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