By Mthuli Ncube With the recent announcements of vaccines to the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is staring through their dark tunnel to get a glimpse of the light. While the pain continues, and many still suffer, the ray of hope is...
By Takura Zhangazha There is an increasing ambiguity when influential Zimbabweans debate their current government’s macro-economic policies.  This is probably because they do not have structured differences with its neoliberal/free market/ease of doing business thrust. Ordinary Zimbabweans are not so ambiguous in...
By Sharon Mupfure Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube, since his appointment two years ago, has never been a friend of the poor. In his latest budget statement, he makes it clear that nothing has changed. One of his first decisions as minister...
By Veronica Zano and Mukasiri SIbanda The drama of the election in the US, a country previously lauded as the beacon of democracy, has grabbed the world’s attention as the incumbent, Donald Trump, has refused to accept defeat. In electoral processes,...
By Brian Kagoro Africa is way ahead of the US in many respects. We have had two female presidents, several female ministers of defence and finance as well as female vice presidents, while it took 243 years for the US...
By Benjamin Juru For so long, young people have cried for a seat in the upper echelons of political and governmental setups, with some calling for "Youth Quotas". This conversation and movement is premised on the fact that it is young...
By Takura Zhangazha I remember being interviewed by a journalist for a global media house some time ago during the November 2017 “coup-not- a coup” in Zimbabwe. In the pre-recorded interview, it appeared he preferred an editorial slant that would respond...
By David Hofisi The US presidential election takes place on November 3, 2020. One week from the time of writing this, Donald Trump could be re-elected or, as suggested by the polling data, Joe Biden will become the 46th President...
By Mukasiri Sibanda As a concerned citizen, and a socio-economic justice activist, I am disturbed by how the pandemic, COVID-19, is piling more pressure on progress towards the realisation of socio-economic rights. Before COVID-19, developing countries like Zimbabwe were struggling to...
By Marcia Kwaramba Mobile financial services are, in most African countries, born out of crises. In 2011, Zimbabwe had gone through a volatile decade of economic crises – hyperinflation, currency instability and a collapse of the formal financial system. Consumers, mostly...
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