Friday, April 20, 2018
Chipo Sabeta The first impressions matter when you go to any interview. This is why effort is made to dress to the nines.Of course, what really matters in an interview are your skills and experience plus the nature of the questions being asked, and one’s ability to tackle them. But in...
Tawanda Musarurwa In view of recent increases in public borrowing, which raise questions about the sustainability of public debt, there is need for Government to come up with comprehensive, reliable and up-to-date public debt databases to produce statistics for debt policy formulation. And the Government has made strides in this...
Bitcoin’s meteoric rise is attracting a ton of attention. Is it ready for the mainstream? It may not matter whether bitcoin’s a bubble. The staggering energy costs associated with “mining” the digital currency could prove to be its downfall. Even as bitcoin flirts with $8,000, the price required for mining to...
JOHANNESBURG - “If you had asked me five years ago if we would be where we are now with digital financial services, I couldn’t have imagined it,” said Ann Miles, director of financial inclusion at Mastercard Foundation. “Banks have to get comfortable with the fact that they are good at...
Prosper Ndlovu Bulawayo Bureau The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has dispatched a team of experts to interrogate the use of Bitcoins and other crypto-currencies as central banks across the globe grapple with the legitimacy puzzle and growing appetite for the digital currencies. The aggregate value of all crypto-currencies hit a record...