An empowerment deal puts the telecommunications group back into the government's good books.
A new bank in Zimbabwe is thrilling farmers and other owners of livestock by accepting cattle as currency and issuing tradeable certificates.
Analysts say the problem bedevilling the delisted companies is the result of a liquidity crunch in the economy.
Zimbabwe banks say cellphone giant EcoCash is stealing their business, adding that it is unregulated. But what do consumers want?
The Zimbabwe ConCourt ruled that elections should be held by July 31 but Zanu-PF is ill-prepared for the poll despite pushing for an early date.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers in the country say their backs are up against the wall due to unfair import rules that give South Africa an advantage.
The Zim government has increased compulsory pension contributions to bail out the National Social Security Authority, which funded the referendum.
Industry executives and analysts have warned of the negative impact political squabbles over elections is having on business in Zimbabwe.
The multinational's local unit is uneasy after the Zimbabwean government targeted it to raise money for elections.
As liquidity problems and bad loans begin to bite, institutions take a cautious approach to lending.