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New perspectives: What Zimbabwe needs to achieve work for all

Does the media, in its various forms be it mainstream, alternative or in the case of this article, social media affect election outcomes?
By Fay Chung Sep. 11, 2022

New perspectives: Why Zanu, Zanu PF were successful in the 1970s, 80s and 90s

The Soviets believed success would be based on strong and effective modern military training. 
By Fay Chung Sep. 25, 2022

New perspectives: Why Zanu PF is not so successful after 2001

In the first two decades, the economy increased by 2-3% of GDP a year, regarded as very low at the time.
By Fay Chung Oct. 2, 2022

Create jobs by establishing schools in Zimbabwe

This excellent suggestion is based on the Zimbabwean 1980s-1990s experience when tens of thousands of schools were established.
By Fay Chung Nov. 13, 2022

Reviving Zim’s education needs collective effort

The result was success. Each entity working on its own fails. We need each other.
By Fay Chung Nov. 27, 2022

Zim’s successes and challenges

Successes include primary education for all and secondary education for half the age group.
By Fay Chung Dec. 9, 2022

New Horizon: Are elections important?

The 1980s elections were rapidly followed by Independence, education, health and clean water supply.
By Fay Chung Jan. 27, 2023

Perspectives: Can govt solve teachers’ demand for more pay?

 Civil servants comprise more than 60% of the formal economy employees. 
By Fay Chung Mar. 26, 2023

Perspectives: What’s wrong with Zimbabwe’s political parties?

Few of them obtained many votes, and after the elections they disappeared. 
By Fay Chung Apr. 9, 2023

Perspectives: Pros and cons of Cala for parents, teachers and pupils

Usually the teacher is the person who first introduces what is to be taught, either through her spoken words or through looking at a textbook.
By Fay Chung Jun. 11, 2023

Zimbabwe needs political consensus after August 23

  In the past there were huge suspicions that Zec favoured the ruling government, Zanu PF, and would allocate extra votes to them to ensure they won.
By Fay Chung Sep. 3, 2023

Zim’s future economic policies

There is urgent need to increase the private sector by incorporating Africans into some of these companies, or starting new companies nationally, regionally or internationally.
By Fay Chung Oct. 20, 2023

2024 budget statement repeats the past

Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s long draft budget statement is a faithful repetition of the past. Yet it is clear that Zimbabwe will not get far by repeating the past. 
By Fay Chung Dec. 15, 2023