Air Zimbabwe

Forget about ‘missing planes’, is Air Zimbabwe missing its debts?

Air Zimbabwe has hogged a fair bit of the headlines following the latest report by the Auditor General. Reports that three planes had gone...
TelOne Zimbabwe

TelOne: When not even good management can save a parastatal

Bad management has helped sink many Zimbabwean parastatals, but TelOne, the state-owned telco, shows that not even the best leadership can keep a state enterprise afloat as...

OPINION | PR communications in Zimbabwe: A practice under siege

By Archie Mathibela Fewer professions have been reviled and celebrated in equal measure as the practice of Public Relations. Those who know its value...

IMF: Staff program to ‘anchor’ Zim reform plan, but debt clearance still first hurdle

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says its recently approved Staff Monitored Programme (SMP) for Zimbabwe is meant to “anchor” the country’s reform plan, but reiterated that the...
Zimbabwe currency

Zimbabwe allays fears over gold sales, remittances after currency reform

Zimbabwe’s central bank has reassured gold companies and people receiving money transfers that they will still be able to receive foreign currency in their bank accounts after a ban...
Zimbabwe currency

ZW VIEW – Zimbabweans, Germans, and the great rational fear

Around 2011, Germany’s Allensbach Institute asked Germans; “what do you fear the most?” The findings told a story that every Zimbabwean policy maker must hear.