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Tawanda Karombo

Tawanda Karombo

    Long queues tell Zimbabwe's story of economic crisis and failing healthcare
    Long queues tell Zimbabwe's story of economic crisis and failing healthcare
    Many people can no longer afford hospital treatment and medication, and the number of those with medical aid has fallen by a third.
    Zimbabwe’s banks suffer as cash dries up
    Zimbabwe’s banks suffer as cash dries up
    Banks are struggling for liquidity, resulting in empty ATMs, as foreign banks now show signs of weakness alongside struggling local counterparts.
    US dollar weighs on Zimbabwe's economy
    US dollar weighs on Zimbabwe's economy
    Although the American currency brought about stability, it is restraining growth and local industry in the country.
    New minister may thwart Zimplats indigenisation deal
    New minister may thwart Zimplats indigenisation deal
    Indigenisation Minister Christopher Mushohwe may not uphold the previous minister's empowerment credits deal with Impala Platinum's Zimbabwe unit.
    Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
    Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
    The liquidation of 1time has come as a shock to the executives of Fresh Air, which has had to ground budget flights linking Joburg and the Vic Falls.
    Airlines return to Zimbabwe
    Airlines return to Zimbabwe
    Analysts say the Zim's aviation sector is looking lucrative as international and regional carriers capitalise on the woes of Air Zimbabwe.
    Zim power crisis sparks concern
    Zim power crisis sparks concern
    As usage outstrips supply, electricity outages are hobbling the country's corporate sector, writes Tawanda Karombo.
    Zimbabwe firms in bitter fee dispute
    Zimbabwe firms in bitter fee dispute
    Econet agrees to reconnect its rival as NetOne goes to court to dispute a $20-million debt.
    Zimbabwe turns to market financing to boost farmers
    Zimbabwe turns to market financing to boost farmers
    Economically-ravaged Zimbabwe has started plans to longer subsidise farmers, even though its population is facing starvation.
    Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
    Struggle for Zimplats not over yet
    There's still been no deal set in stone on indigenising Impala's Zimbabwe operation despite the progress that has been made so far.