Zimbabwe has hiked fuel prices for the second time in a week, but most pumps remain dry, with no end in sight to shortages that are helping drive inflation rapidly higher.
Fuel Prices Up Again
New Zimbabwe, 22 July 2019
The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) Monday announced new prices of fuel, a move that suggests government is moving towards Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube's wish to have… Read more »
Black Market Beer Sellers Make a Killing As Local Alcohol Prices Soar
A lot of imbibers in Bulawayo have now resorted to drinking cheap whiskies sold in foreign currency on the black market by informal traders who smuggle them from South Africa. Read more »
Power Blackouts Force Firms to Shut Down
Zimbabwe Independent, 19 July 2019
Zimbabwe's economy could grind to a halt if power outages gripping the nation persist as production plunges, exports decline, companies lay off staff and disposable incomes shrink,… Read more »
Mackenzie-Ncube Assures Nation of Stability in Fuel Sector
The Herald, 9 July 2019
Currency reforms recently introduced by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development are likely to bring stability in the fuel sector, National Oil Infrastructure Company of… Read more »
Fuel Tracking System On the Cards
The Herald, 3 July 2019
Government has started implementing a tracking system to plug leakages in the supply of fuel that have exacerbated shortages in the market. Read more »
The government has offered its workers 180 million Zimbabwe dollars (U.S.$21 million) additional pay for July to December, which unions described as inadequate in the face of ... Read more »
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has held bilateral talks with South African leader Cyril Ramaphosa to find lasting solutions to Zimbabwe's power crisis. This comes after the ... Read more »
A hoped-for economic turnaround under President Emmerson Mnangagwa is yet to materialise as Zimbabweans struggle with shortages of cash, fuel and electricity. Now, even passports ... Read more »
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