International tourism wholesalers are now beginning to believe and to accept that, contrary to some media campaigns, Zimbabwe is one of the safest tourism destinations in the world but the tourism industry is likely to remain in deep recession this year.
Agricultural inputs company, Chemco has lamented the introduction of price controls and the recent changes in foreign currency regulations saying they will hamper growth of the company.
The exchange rate of $800 to the greenback on the second half of all proceeds from exports was agreed to by the three social partners in the Tripartite Negotiating Forum and could bring back sanity in the forex market.
Inflation, considered by the World Bank to be the greatest tax on the poor, could President Robert Mugabe’s nemesis.
News that Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe, publishers of the Daily News, are finally going to launch their Sunday paper has sent the media industry in a frenzy.
The Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) which comprises government, employers and labour and is now spearheading the economic recovery of the country, seems to have endorsed the current agrarian reform but says those allocated land should make full use of it with the government assuring farmers viable producer prices through a system of pre-planting and post-harvest price announcements.