By Alois Vinga CONSUMERS in Zimbabwe are increasingly turning to mobile banking applications to manage their finances as the country moves to promote financial inclusion, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said. Speaking at the Zimbabwe Women’s Microfinance Bank (ZWMB) launch in Harare last week, Mangudya said 69 percent of the adult population had access to formal financial services through mobile banking while only 30 percent constitute the banked population. “According to the World Bank Findex Report of 2017, globally, 56 percent of unbanked adults are women; 72 percent of men and 65 percent of women have a bank account translating into a gender gap of 7 percentage points. “This means that the formation of the women’s…