Mugabe was never a single story. Zimbabwe, the country he led for almost four decades, was never just a Mugabe story either. Few places help define Robert Mugabe, and...
WHEN a team from the Public Service Commission turned up at Mbiriyadi Primary School in Nyanga for a staff audit and headcount three years ago, the head handed them attendance registers. Hawk-eyed officials quickly spotted an anomaly. Names of pupils...
LAST week, the Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) and the Ministry of ICT and Cyber Security announced an almost 60 percent reduction in out-of-bundle mobile data. This was welcomed as a progressive move that would promote Internet...
By Mike Murenzvi By-laws are the rules and regulations that govern activities and operations within urban areas. It stands to reason then that these should be easily accessible to all affected persons. Alas, that is not the...
ON Monday, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya finally put a stop to official pretence that the burgeoning electronic balances in the banks - and the loathed bond notes - were at par with the United States...
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...
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya served up his first monetary policy speech of the year on Monday in typical fashion; over-optimistic bluster topped with a pious sermon explaining away his policies.
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...
Boris Johnson, mocker of African “piccaninny” children and their “watermelon smiles”, became Prime Minister of Britain on Wednesday. On hearing the news, supporters of two political parties in an African land far, far away, fought each other...
As Zimbabwe continues to struggle to produce sufficient quantities of the staple maize grain, two decades after the government started redistributing commercial farms from whites to black farmers, a frequent claim comes up. The farmers who moved to Zambia are responsible...
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