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Editorial/Govt should lead on pricing

LAST week, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor, John Mangudya, unveiled the monetary policy statement for the current year against the backdrop of a worsening economy plagued by a stubborn liquidity crunch that has ruined prospects for recovery. Read More »

Editorial / We applaud NSSA

HARARE’S central business district (CBD) is now a jungle, with visible signs of a local authority lost in planning. The downtown environment is a mess, with no discernible hint of any thought being given to the increasing vehicular traffic and the poor road network that has been compounded by dim-witted changes in street directions from two-way streets to one-way streets ... Read More »

Editorial /We applaud NSSA

HARARE’S central business district (CBD) is now a jungle, with visible signs of a local authority lost in planning. The downtown environment is a mess, with no discernible hint of any thought being given to the increasing vehicular traffic and the poor road network that has been compounded by dim-witted changes in street directions from two-way streets to one-way streets ... Read More »

Editorial/ Taxed to death

FINANCE Minister Patrick Chinamasa was forced to come to the taxpayer’s defence while in Parliament last week after lawmakers suggested to him that Treasury should consider introducing a levy to mobilise resources to fight cancer. Read More »

Editorial| Parly should summon Gono

ZIMBABWE’S newspapers yesterday carried articles in which former Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor Gideon Gono responded to Parliamentary calls for an investigation into a US$1,3 billion debt government wants to assume from the central bank. Read More »

Editorial | Chinamasa should redeem situation

WHY, why, why? This was the question many were asking this week after the Minister of Finance Patrick Chinamasa increased duty on fuel at a time industrialists, motorists and the general public were preparing for a sharp decline in fuel prices in line with falling international fuel prices. Initially, the State-controlled Herald newspaper reported that government had reduced duty on ... Read More »