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...
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...
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 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...
By Perry Munzwembiri To be absolutely clear, there is a banking sector crisis unfolding in Zimbabwe. The chief catalyst of the current crisis that is likely to see some banks fold is the...
By David Hofisi On 31 March 2020, the Supreme Court delivered a unanimous ruling in the seemingly interminable battle over stewardship of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC). In the case of MDC and Others...
With Chris Chenga It has been here for a while now! Not the virus that has just caught Zimbabwe; the other pandemic. The one that is highly contagious and grossly toxic – the online...
Common Law With Mike Murenzvi “They criticise me for harping on the obvious; if all the folks in the United States would do the few simple things they know they ought to do, most of our...
Common Law With Mike Murenzvi “A central focus here is on why and how the government regulates private individuals and corporations in the name of protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the general...
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