By Mike Murenzvi “If it weren’t for the last minute, nothing would get done” ~ Rita Mae Brown On 22 February 2019, President Emmerson Mnangagwa issued the Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) (Amendment of...
By Perry Munzwembiri For much of the past year, Zimbabwe's economy has oscillated between confusion and chaos, and as the second half of 2019 wears on, the headwinds show no immediate sign of...
By Mike Murenzvi On 5 December 2017, Zimbabwe’s two major Internet Access Providers (IAPs), Liquid Telecom and TelOne, suffered breaks in the fibre optic cables that blacked out 90% of the country from the internet for at...
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...
By Archie Mathibela Fewer professions have been reviled and celebrated in equal measure as the practice of Public Relations. Those who know its value celebrate it for the goodwill it creates for their brands,...
By Engineer Jacob Mutisi According to Zimstat, Zimbabwe had 93 714 university students as at August 2017, but only 25 952 polytechnic students. Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city, has six universities but only one polytechnic.
By Prosper B. Matondi  The harrowing news of villagers and school children being buried alive and then washed away while they slept in their huts, houses and dormitories and images of villagers picking decapitated...
There has been more political than legal criticism of the judgement on Nelson Chamisa, and it is because no real legal criticism exists, writes lawyer David Hofisi ___ The High Court...
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...
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