Author: Valentine Muhamba
Standard Chartered Zimbabwe has responded to our enquiry about the two years woreth of 2% Tax payments their customers were supposed to make over the next 3 months
Standard Chartered Bank has notified it customers that it will be collecting two years worth of the IMTT or 2% Tax over the next 3 months.
The Financial Clearing Bureau is now offering tenant vetting services to property managers, owners and developers.
Standard Chartered didn’t do things in the way many expected when they went digital. In a sense, they went about it in reverse order.
EcoCash has finally delivered because you can finally redeem your own EcoCash Rewards points.
The pandemic has not slowed the flow of money coming from the diaspora, according to the latest figures by RBZ remittances are up by 48%
Stanbic Bank has announced that it will be shutting down physical operations at it’s Hwange and Westgate branches in its ongoing digitization roadmap.
Liquid Telecom has activated an 82km cross border fibre link in Botswana that links the Lobatse Border with the capital city Gaborone
New ZESA Tariffs: the national power company has added a new top-end powerband at a marginally lower price than the most recent tariff change.
Nedbank has announced that it’s existing customers can open additional accounts (like Nostro and Savings accounts) via the bank’s *299# USSD
After spending months locked down and returning to low business the informal sector now has to contend with a government shakedown.
The Tax Relief measures in the 2021 National Budget didn’t go far enough as Zimbabweans are struggling to survive because of the COVID19 pandemic .
World Remit has announced that it has special Black Friday prices for family and friends to send money back home to Sub-Saharan Africa including Zim.
Phenomenon Technologies has won the local leg of Seedstars World Competition 2020. They will now proceed to the regionals stage of the event.
ZOL finally launched a USSD platform *656# where customers can now access account information and pay thier bill without needing data.
Zimbabwean Businessman Adam Molai has launched a US$1 million venture capital fund called JUA Kickstarter aimed at supporting African entrepreneurs.
Liquid Telecom has reportedly been given the green light to acquire the stake Botswana Power Corporation holds in Liquid Telecom Botswana.
Wellnescript has launched an online platform where companies can buy access for their staff to receive wellness courses on mental, physical health & more
MultiChoice has selected Metrological to deliver OTT services, internet apps and localised content to it’s Explora Ultra and Streama decoders.
Harare City Council has said that it is considering blacklisting rate defaulters as it is owed more than ZWL$2 billion by businesses, residents & govt.
Phenomenon Technologies has announced a partnership with UK-based MEL Science to provide applied science learning kits in Zimbabwe and Africa
Flying Labs’ Tawanda Chihambakwe is representing Zimbabwe as a speaker at the Drones and Unmanned Aviation Conference in South Africa.
Cimas has unveiled three new Nostro/foreign currency packages which the company says promise little to no healthcare services shortfall.
Cassava responds as to why Steward Bank customers can’t send money to EcoCash directly (& vice versa)
Cassava has responded to our inquiry concerning Steward Bank Customers being unable to send money directly to EcoCash and vice versa.
You can send money from Steward Bank to OneMoney or Telecash but you can’t send to EcoCash?
Pachikuva is an organisation that is looking to give Zimbabweans across the country a pulpit to voice their concerns on things happening in their communities.
FBC Holdings has released a trading update for Q3 2020 and despite the economic situation in Zimbabwe the Group recorded ZWL$6.3 billion in total income
On top of showcasing comic Art and other digital media, Comexposed Converge 2020 will also be previewing an immersive VR film that was done by Zimbabwean and UK digital artists.
CABS has announced that it has partnered with global money transfer service World Remit. You can now collect your World Remit transfers at CABS branches nationwide.
EcoBank has announced that customers and anyone else with a forex card can now withdraw USD from select EcoBank ATMs in Harare and Bulawayo.