15.4 C
Harare
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Oxfam

Short View: The “Big Tobacco” Comparison…

Batanai Matsika Some tech reports from publications such as The Economist have stated that a number of executives in the technology space are now referring...

Remodeling command agriculture

Victor Bhoroma There is no doubt that command agriculture has boosted Zimbabwe’s food security and improved capacity utilization in the local industry since its launch...

The world is moving faster than Zw’s politics…

CHRIS CHENGA  The UK is going through an egg in the face moment; a regrettable instance where the emotive politicization of Eurosceptism misled public discourse,...

Navigating economic turbulence

BATANAI KAMUNYARU With the ongoing economic turbulence, where challenges like election outcomes, international tensions, and drastic currency fluctuations are being added daily, business operations are...

Litigation: The best way to solve disputes?

JACOB MUTEVEDZI The most popular method of resolving legal disputes in Zimbabwe is litigation. In Zimbabwe and abroad, litigation has a fearsome reputation of being...

What we do for ourselves we do for our country

STEMBILE MPOFU Living in Zimbabwe is getting more difficult each day. It is not possible to speak to anyone without them expressing the financial difficulties...

Time to win our hearts and minds, Professor Ncube!

Stembile Mpofu Zimbabwe’s future economic journey is now well defined. The Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) has been unveiled and its implementation has begun.  The Budget...

Urban transport: The next big thing is a series of small things

ARCHIMEDES MUZENDA It’s not the congestion that is the biggest problem, but the suburban sprawl that is creating the traffic. On November 6, 2018 the City...

2019 Budget: Key economic expectations

VICTOR BHOROMA As the finance minister prepares to present the 2019 National Budget to parliament on the November 22, a lot is at stake for...

Between a rock and a hard surface

JOSEPH MVERECHA If you would rather be in anyone’s shoes now – they are certainly not those of the Minister of Finance and Economic...