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Uncertain times, uncertain measures: (Why) is investment weak?

SAMUEL MAPURANGA  “The state of long-term expectation, upon which our decisions are based, does not solely depend, therefore, on the most probable forecast we can...

Aussies strike first blood in Ashes opener

MARC POZZO Nathan Lyon took six wickets as Australia thrashed England by 251 runs at their Edgbaston 'fortress' to win the...

Zim firms face going concern crisis

PHILLIMON MHLANGA Financial experts have warned that several companies could fold this year due to uncertainty around the country’s new monetary reforms. In June, Zimbabwe re-introduced...

Can Zanu PF deal with the corruption scourge? 

GRACE KWINJEH President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sincerity in fighting corruption, ending a culture of impunity by bringing to book all culprits regardless of factional alliances is...

Ncube has few options to stimulate growth

Finance minister Mthuli Ncube is today expected to present the Mid Term Fiscal Policy at a time Zimbabwe’s economy is in limbo. The economy is...

The business opportunities from social problems

BATANAI KAMUNYARU Businesses exist for societies, without a society there will be no business. The society starts before a business, so in other words, business...

The art of psychological warfare

STEMBILE MPOFU The end of last week saw the Zimbabwean Foreign Minister, Sibusiso Moyo and the Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Information Nick Mangwana...

Hyperinflation déjà vu for Zim?

Zimbabwe’s year-on-year inflation quickened to 175,66 percent in June from 97,85 percent in May driven by a rise in the price of food and non-alcoholic beverages,...

Zim should overhaul energy policy

A glimmer of hope on the country’s energy crisis came this week after government appeared to have intensified its efforts to improve this situation. On...

Giving the new local currency a fighting chance

 Joseph Mverecha It is July 1, 1916, World War 1, the Battle of the Somme. The British Army had been planning for weeks and months...