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Isn’t it time Zim firms conquered Africa and the world?

Andrew Lampard FOR the longest time, Zimbabwean companies have been screaming at government to provide them with a protective...

Towards the economics of pain & patience

Paddington Masamha Economic policy in Zimbabwe is currently guided by the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP). The reform agenda is expected to run from October 2018...

What could Brexit mean for Zimbabwe?

YONA MENON Zimbabwe shares political and economic ties with the UK as it played a key supporting role in colonial times...

Where is the SRC when needed?

NOT NECESSARILY SPORT by MARC POZZO Whatever newspapers, website, radio channel I visit, the upcoming ZIFA elections seem to be the dominant topic of discussion. The...

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...

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...

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...

Policy should be cyclical that’s what the currency crisis tells us

Chris Chenga China’s years of sustained economic growth are impressionable to many hopeful emerging economies, perhaps to an extent just as much as it is...

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...

“Are we on the verge of another financial crisis?”

THE ORACLE Ten years ago to the week, Lehman Brothers, one of the biggest financial institutions in the world at the time, suddenly and unpredictably...