News Perspectives: Zim’s ‘economic hit men’

Zimbabwe’s political elite have incubated their own version of “Economic Hit Men” who are responsible for the economic mess that the country finds itself in.
By Gorden Moyo Nov. 25, 2022
Executive assistant job
Executive assistant job
The executive assistant frees the executive from administrative work so they can concentrate on critical strategic issues.
By Memory Nguwi Nov. 25, 2022
Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: Cards or shares?
While most people would like to think of it as entertainment, one observation made by Piggy was that it was more than just the games.
By Batanai Matsika Nov. 25, 2022
New Horizon: Attitude a major barrier for achieving disability inclusion
The Constitution for Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act, 2013 provides for disability and clearly recognises the rights of people with disabilities.
By Deborah Tigere Nov. 25, 2022
Is Zim headed towards a technical recession?
When this article was written, The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange's nominal growth for the year-to-date (YTD) period ending 15/11 in 2022 was 28,79%.
By Respect Gwenzi Nov. 25, 2022
Reflections from the CFU congress
It is remarkable human capital and I have always wondered how that resource could be tapped for the common good.
By Taruvinga Magwiroto Nov. 25, 2022
COP27: A glass half full
So much for the philosophy. What actually happened at Sharm-al-Sheikh?
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 25, 2022
Shocking mystery of ‘fake’ SC judgement
On July 4, 2022, the Supreme Court handed down judgment in the matter of Zesa Holdings (Private) Limited and Obson Matunja.
By Teererai Mafukidze Nov. 25, 2022
China’s digital influence in Africa: The case of Zambia and Zim (I)
BELOW is Part I of a series from a report published by Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, which was launched last Friday:
By Chris Musonza Nov. 25, 2022
Middle-income economy by 2030 just pie in the sky
The expectation was further heightened when Mnangagwa declared that he would create “jobs, jobs, jobs”.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Nov. 25, 2022
MUCKRAKER: What a time to get the New Parliament Building gift
Surely, if that were true, that would make him a real Zimbabwean leader.
By Melinda Kusemachibi Nov. 25, 2022
Russo-Ukraine war versus women, cooking oil
As I struggled to come to terms with the demise of my sister’s purchasing power.
By Grace Chirenje Nov. 25, 2022
FTX implosion: Why crypto regulation?
For equities markets, securities exchange commissions around the world are operational and look into such affairs.
By Eben Mabunda Nov. 25, 2022
Zim’s gold industry shines
Gold deliveries to the country’s sole buyer, Fidelity Printers and Refiners (FPR), slid to a record low in 2008 after high inflation
By Tafara Mtutu Nov. 25, 2022
Candid Comment: Ncube’s budget speech all talk and no action
All contracts which were entered into before the due diligence exercise commenced, have been re-negotiated, while some are still under negotiation to ensure there is value for money.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 25, 2022
Editor's memo: The curse of rising poverty
The government has battled to contain economic pressure, scoring successes and failures.
By Brian Chitemba Nov. 25, 2022
Agric funding in Zimbabwe
Tongoona doesn’t have a title deed to his land, only an offer letter from the government. This made it difficult for him to secure a bank loan.
By Linda Mujuru Nov. 18, 2022
There is money in chickens
A recent chat with the CEO David Irvine is all one needs to understand how they operate.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Nov. 18, 2022
China: The 30-year rule
However, this period lasts, on average, for about three decades and then growth falls back to the familiar old 2%-3% annually.
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 18, 2022
Refugees, national security in Nigeria
THE discourse about refugees has focused on the human rights based approach although, of late, the refugees have been more of a threat to receiving nations.
By Tanaka Chibi Nov. 18, 2022
Gold rush leaves toxic legacy
But it is another metal whose dangers they don’t recognise that may have a more lasting impact.
By Linda Mujuru Nov. 18, 2022
Zanu PF constitution: Who is the biggest beneficiary?
He dismissed arguments that Mnangagwa had influenced the amendments to the Zanu PF constitution at his whim.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 18, 2022
Idle Jonso longs to return
At this rate, before long, the Commonwealth will be the one begging Zimbabwe to rejoin the club. Who would not want such decisive leadership among its members?
By Muckraker Nov. 18, 2022
FTX implosion a case for crypto regulation?
Bitcoin, the world’s most famous crypto-currency, has plummeted circa 65% so far this year.
By Eben Mabunda Nov. 18, 2022
Innscor Africa’s Nyathi takes on Delta’s Chibuku
There is much anticipation as the beer is set to roll out in the first months of 2023.
By Tafara Mtutu Nov. 18, 2022
Candid Comment: Respect property rights in Zim
Zanu PF is unrepentant on this front. The party abused its political muscle to seize Eiffel Blue gold mine in Kadoma from a European investor.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 18, 2022
Candid Comment: Respect property rights in Zim.
Zanu PF is unrepentant on this front. The party abused its political muscle to seize Eiffel Blue gold mine in Kadoma from a European investor.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 18, 2022
Editor's memo: We demand more free Press
The threats against journalists are increasing and it’s worrying.
By Brian Chitemba Nov. 18, 2022