By Archie Mathibela Zimbabwe is a seller’s market where consultancy and employment opportunities are few and far between. The Public Relations profession is staring down a relentless onslaught from fringe opportunists and a lull in activity in...
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...
By Mike Murenzvi This article is a follow-up to my previous one, Kombi nation: Re-imagining our urban transport system. In that article, I presented a number of options on how we...
By Prof. Tony Hawkins It is too early to assess the economic impact of this month’s highly-effective shutdown and the government’s heavy-handed response.   Thus far, the main damage has...
By Taffi Nyawanza In a functional democracy, the courts are society’s best safety valve. They provide the necessary outlet for hopes and aspirations as well as pent-up emotions that otherwise might be expressed on the streets and sometimes violently. There have...
By Fitch Solutions Key View: The election of Emmerson Mnangagwa as President of Zimbabwe presents growing upside risks to growth in the country's mining industry over the coming years. However, we are holding off on revising the country's production forecasts...
The MDC's bold plan to join Southern African customs and currency blocs has implications beyond Zimbabwe's borders, write Catherine Grant Makokera and Brian Mureverwi IF it came off, a proposal by Zimbabwe’s official opposition to join the oldest customs union...
ZIMBABWE'S economy requires commercial bridge loans, donor support, relief on its huge dollar-denominated debt and, ultimately, an IMF program. The first steps in this process began with the removal of Robert Mugabe (a long-standing obstacle to international re-engagement) and the...
AS Zimbabwe heads to the polls on July 30, there has been some debate on the often questionable quality of candidates thrown up by the party political system. Here, Brett Hennig argues in a recent Ted talk that democracy’s...
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