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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

The endless currency circus and cycle in Zimbabwe

 Ngonidzaishe Makaha and Adrian Mapiye When it comes to currency management in Zimbabwe there is always déjà vu which is a result of repeated fallible...

The Shift from Traditional Banking to Fintechs: A GetBucks & Cassava Opportunity…

The banking game has changed and Cassava’s Eco-Cash  has disrupted the sector given that it now has more account holders than any of the...

Why Zimbabwe is on the path to progress

Zimbabwe is on a journey of reform. Nobody ever said it wouldn't be a bumpy ride; but the most important thing is that the...

Bob Hawke – the Legend

Marc Pozzo Manchester City's three-time winners have been hailed as English football's greatest-ever team after the FA Cup final demolition of Watford completed an historic...

How Mobile Apps Increase Sales and Other M-commerce Benefits

For anyone running a business today, one of the most powerful tools that you can have is a good mobile app. While once seen...

Africa’s greatest enemy is not walking the talk

BAFFOUR ANKOMAH Over several decades, Africa has become a land of talk and not of action, and this has greatly militated against Africa’s progress. As...

SA sets tough terms on US$1,2bn Zim loan request

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Zimbabwe’s debt-ridden government is in a dilemma after South Africa asked her northern neighbour to securitise mineral proceeds in exchange for a US$1,2 billion ...

Diamond trading syndicate exposed

Taurai Mangudhla/Tinashe Makichi Two executives at the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) were this week arrested on allegations of abuse of office and corruption as...

Market, govt failures take toll on economy

PHILLIMON MHLANGA Zimbabwe’s central bank governor, John Mangudya, this week blamed market failures for ravaging the economy, which is showing signs of a deep crisis and...

Botswana Red Cross donates to Cyclone Idai victims

TAWANDA MARWIZI The Botswana Red Cross Society (BRCS) in partnership with the Office of the President and Botswana Defence Forces last week delivered their first...