Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya says he has been praying for Zimbabweans to understand economics. Zimbabweans, in turn, have been making the same prayers – for him. Testifying on Wednesday before Parliament’s...
By Perry Munzwembiri Exactly 30 days after a harried Mthuli Ncube wrote to the International Monetary Fund pleading for debt relief and financial assistance to help Zimbabwe’s fight against Covid-19, the finance minister...
On April 30, President Emmerson Mnangagwa flew to Chimoio to meet Mozambican president Filipe Nyusi. Top of the agenda; the security crisis in Mozambique. According to a communique released after the meeting: “The two...
By Mike Murenzvi The daily COVID-19 updates by the Ministry of Health and Child Care, distributed at midnight, have become staple reading material over the past weeks. Going to bed before receiving it doesn't...
Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa has issued an appeal to the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other lenders to set up a US$500 million trust fund to help Zimbabwe and Sudan respond to coronavirus.
By Chris Chenga Can you remember what normalcy was before the coronavirus? Life, as we may have known it then, will never be the same again. The reality of this...
By Cynthia  Nyam  and  Chenesai Mukora-Mangoma Zimbabwe has taken measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 by establishing isolation and testing centres, instituting border closures, encouraging the practice of social distancing, pushing for proper...
By Washington Samukange and Chancelar Kafere The current global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has resulted in over 80 000 deaths worldwide. There is no specific treatment, outside of supportive care, that has...
By Tsaurai Andrew Kambunda and Mukasiri Sibanda Despite posing many challenges, the lockdown, a move to stem the spread of COVID 19, must not lead to the hibernation of civil society actors. The lockdown...
By Chris Chenga By 5pm on Friday January 10, it had been an entire business week. Five whole days, eight working hours each, had gone by. Since Monday the 6th...
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