By Mukasiri Sibanda In 2015, I imported a used car from Japan. I had been so comfortable to use public transport to get to work and for social errands. In the minibuses, I would...
For over two decades, the US sanctions programme presented challenges for Zimbabwe's economic development, writes businessman JW Oliver, who represents American enterprises in Zimbabwe. Now that the US government has shifted part of its sanctions policy, Oliver...
By Mukasiri Sibanda and Evans Rubara Africa, rich in natural resources, stands at a crossroads between leveraging its abundant mineral wealth and ensuring sustainable development. The continent's story, often told through the lens of...
The creature called the politician needs a psychological study. We need to establish whether this venal, conniving, posturing, shameless and thieving being is nurtured by society or is naturally born with the DNA of a black mamba.
By Ray Ndlovu From the tiny space he rents in the central business district of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second-largest city, Brian Tinotenda can look across the street and see the supermarket where he used to...
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mushayavanhu has written to RBZ staff, saying he needs to reform the bank to restore lost public trust. These internal changes, he writes, will include restructuring the bank and rebranding. Here,...
The scepticism was heavy in the room as Zimbabwe’s biggest business groups met last Thursday to discuss the new policy twist – a new currency, the ZiG. The man they were waiting for, the...
It has been a week of zeitgeist caused by the introduction of the ZiG and the attendant nightmare of dealing with the prevarications of a regime that is fixated on inflicting pain on its own citizens. Consummate...
By Ranga Mberi What if these are the good old days? These days in which I see pensioners outside NSSA’s bank at dawn, having slept there all night, waiting for a...
At Mutare Boys High School, our A-Level history teacher was a lanky English fellow who had come to Zimbabwe as part of the expatriate teacher programme. Mr Rawlins had just graduated from Cambridge University and spoke in...
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