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Davos: The world’s most expensive networking event … Before it was a gathering place...

From 22-25 January in the Alpine resort town of Davos, Switzerland, thousands of business bigwigs, world leaders, celebrities and carefully dressed hangers-on will gather...

It happened in Germany; lack of truthful dialogue is hurting Ncube

Chris Chenga At any pivotal societal inflection point, wise nations have sought out to have structures of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Cases of these are...

Can currency reforms save Zim economy?

Victor Bhoroma There is no doubt that the unresolved currency issue lies at the heart of Zimbabwe’s economic meltdown in the past three years and...

Managers must have the company’s DNA

Batanai Kamunyaru Most business leaders like to think that they are exempted from the details of running the organisation. What a way of viewing leadership?...

Enter the dragon: The rise of China

Victor Bhoroma The most remarkable economic turnaround story of the 21st century undoubtedly belongs to the People’s Republic of China. As the country marks the...

A week of chaos, again!

Marc Pozzo It certainly has not been a very productive week for most. Saturday’s, sudden press conference by the President on the fuel price increase...

A life policy for what?

Most individuals and households tend to delay or avoid taking out life policies simply because discussions on life cover tend to revolve around the...

An Analysis of Trump’s New Strategy for Africa

Stembile Mpofu In 1947 the United States government created the National Security Council. Its role was to coordinate defense, foreign affairs, international economic policy and...

Why business strategies fail!

Batanai Kamunyaru The year is coming to an end and more than a few organisations are preparing for their strategy meetings for the new year....

Zim battles huge forestation deficit

FARAI MABEZA FINANCE and Economic Development Minister, Mthuli Ncube, has identified the country’s current account and budget deficits, the twin deficits, as the prime enemies...