Lockdown: Price freeze is good but not sustainable: experts

By Staff Writer Zimbabwe’s fast-moving consumer goods could soon vanish from supermarket shelves as the manufacturing sector struggles to stimulate production during the ongoing lockdown which seeks to slow the spread of COVID-19, analysts have warned. The southern African country’s rate of inflation has over the past few months been rapidly rising, pushing the breadbasket …

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Currency Stabilization Task force confirms mishandling of the economy, says Mashakada

By Dr Tapiwa Mashakada The causes of macroeconomic instability and monetary policy effectiveness have long been identified. These are (a) a debauched mono currency which has been rejected by the market (b) failure to de-dollarize because the market has self dollarized (c) inadequate forex to sustain a market-driven but managed float and hence the buoyance …

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