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Zimbabwe the Real Life Wakanda

BATANAI KAMUNYARU Contrary to many reports and thesis, Zimbabwe is proving to be the real life Wakanda! If one reads certain reports he or she...

TNF could be panacea to Zim woes

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday launched the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) Act, a piece of legislation which is expected to be the pillar of social...

The future is in numbers!

Ngonidzaishe Makaha and Adrian Mapiye Data analytics has shaken our everyday perspective and decisions over the recent years.  It has realised exponential growth and sophistication...

Why parallel rate may not be more telling than the Interbank rate…

CHRIS CHENGA  Say if Zimbabweans woke up to five real high level governmental and partisan prosecutions, striking the core of the patronage system that has...

Fuel price hike is the tip of the iceberg

When the Finance minister announced that government would embark on belt-tightening austerity measures, not many anticipated that the price of bread would quadruple within...

Creating the Business Future Today

BATANAI KAMUNYARU In as much as business leaders try to base their today’s actions and promises on predicted future events, it is futile. The best...

A perfect storm: Short-period price fluctuations of sensitive commodities: From thence then where?

Nixon S. Chekenya Zimbabwe today! Prices are rushing up, exchange rates are highly volatile, uneconomic and excessive importation of consumer goods is stimulated, and the seeds are...

Political interference characterises Mangudya’s first term

NDAMU SANDU There are certain highlights that define John Mangudya’s first term at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Firstly, he dispatched his maiden monetary policy statement to...

The One Factor that Drives Business and Nations…

BATANAI KAMUNYARU When the economy shifts from one state to another, there will be confusion as – if any – few will understand and read...

Lurking in the shadows, a free market enterprise is thriving

Adrian Mapiye and Ngonidzaishe Makaha Zimbabwe’s formal economy is like the split-second moment of a boxer who has just been a recipient of a devastating...