Archive for November, 2011

The indigenisation effect

Posted: 29th November 2011 by admin in Remittance methods

Anyone who has any sort of connection to Zimbabwe has probably been following this story closely, some with more interest than others. Regardless of our personal opinions on this, we are all concerned on the ramifications this move will have on Zimbabwe’s fragile economy. A law which was put into force at the beginning of […]

Lessons to Zimbabwe

Posted: 15th November 2011 by admin in Remittance methods

The country has made a lot of good choices, some bad and a lot more very bad choices. It has been in many ways a forerunner, taking bold unconventional steps that many other African countries would not have even considered taking. Actual opinion on some of the measures taken is actually not of much importance; […]

Ensuring safe card payments

Posted: 8th November 2011 by admin in Remittance methods

Sending money online using a payment card is considered very risky. A lot of people choose to be sceptical and would rather stick to traditional methods of payment which in many cases may prove to be more expensive or too inconvenient. Here are a few tips on how to ensure that your safety is protected […]

Digging out of the ground

Posted: 5th November 2011 by admin in Remittance methods

It used to be one of Zimbabwe’s leading industries contributing 27% of export trade in 2002. Zimbabwe once a world leader in the production of lithium minerals, chrysotile, asbestos, and ferrochromium, has more than half of the world chromium reserves. It was self-sufficient in most minerals, producing 35 commodities from 1000 mines. The turn of […]