Businesses must adapt to tech advancements

The decline in market share and influence of Nokia begs a pertinent question as to how the giant iconic brand fell from grace.
By Admin Feb. 9, 2024
Africa’s no-holds-barred stand at upcoming COP28
Africa’s no-holds-barred stand at upcoming COP28
Africa solutions for energy transition
By Cynthia Tapera Dec. 1, 2023
Unpacking ‘no premium no cover’ conundrum
It is crucial to recognise that this condition is applicable to most insurance policies worldwide.
By Jeremiah Mupepereki Dec. 1, 2023
Motoring: Retro-modern Land Rover Defender
The task of correctly recreating a symbol must be quite difficult.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Nov. 24, 2023
World View: The real space race
Musk’s downside is that he is a political idiot with the impulse control of a 10-year-old boy.
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 24, 2023
The real risk of CCC’s temporary solutions to permanent problems
The party is in a hole right now and needs to stop digging. I
By Ntando Dumani Nov. 24, 2023
Understanding the cement oligopoly
Currently, individuals can import up to five tonnes of cement per person, while corporates can import 30 tonnes per firm until the end of December 2023.
By Victor Bhoroma Nov. 24, 2023
Mono-currency achievable, but ...
The country abandoned its currency in 2009 to tame inflation, opting instead to use foreign currencies, mostly the United States dollar (USD).
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 24, 2023
Selfishness, entitlement in our DNA
This week, some idle people were making themselves angry over nothing, after Nelson Chamisa filed a constitution for his own party in court.
By Muckraker Nov. 24, 2023
Why climate change may see people turning to alcohol, drugs
Climate change-related increases in the number and nature of extreme events, in turn, are escalating risks to mental health.
By Helen Berry and Francis Vergunst Nov. 24, 2023
ZEAA: A convergence zone of innovation
Valuable skills to improve their organisational programme activities, pragmatic practice, professional skills and develop critical thinking.
By Lovemore Nyawo Nov. 24, 2023
Ceteris Paribus: ZSE surpasses October turnout half-way into November: Outlook
An average of ZW$1,44 billion exchanged hands on ZSE on a daily basis in October, and this has grown one-fold to ZW$3,2 billion per day in November.
By Tinashe Duma Nov. 24, 2023
New Revitus REIT bets on Harare CBD resuscitation
Any avid follower of our local capital markets can almost be certain that more are to follow.
By Rufaro Hozheri Nov. 24, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Time to confront GBV head-on
Zimbabwe, like many other countries worldwide, grapples with deeply rooted GBV issues.
By Faith Zaba Nov. 24, 2023
Banks reconfigure operating strategies
Banking institutions continue to be proactive in light of the dynamic operating environment by reconfiguring business models and operating strategies.
By Enock Rukarwa Nov. 24, 2023
Flawed elections can never be a ‘closed chapter’
 In other words, there is no way a flawed election can be swept under the carpet and declared a “closed chapter”.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Nov. 21, 2023
World View: Ukraine: The ‘Big Push’ fails
Fifty days later, those obscure villages are still being mentioned every day as the location of ongoing clashes between Ukrainian and Russian forces
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 10, 2023
MOTORING: Datsun Go 1.2 Lux CVT a cost-effective vehicle
Since 2018, the general public has had access to this low-cost and dependable vehicle made by Datsun.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Nov. 10, 2023
World View: Never mind the climate, watch the wars
There are 15 known tipping points, like land mines buried on our path on the way up from +1,5°C to +3,0°C.
By Gwynne Dyer Nov. 3, 2023
World View: Life elsewhere: Findings promising
The planet orbits a star imaginatively named K2-18, about 120 light years from here.
By Gwynne Dyer Sep. 22, 2023
Candid Comment: Zim needs to get out of crisis mode
In 2018, Finance minister Mthuli Ncube rightly acknowledged that Zimbabwe’s way to a prosperous future
By Silence Sep. 22, 2023
Editor’s Memo: What about dialogue to end sanctions?
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, in his address on Tuesday in the United States, said sanctions against Zimbabwe were hurting ordinary people.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 22, 2023
Election season, women’s experiences
A total of 70 women were competing for seats in the National Assembly, accounting for 11% of the 637 potential candidates.
By Lovemore Nyawo Sep. 15, 2023
Motoring sport: Ford Everest becomes more exclusive
The Wildtrak is the more rugged variant of the Everest, so it comes equipped with features like a 400-Watt inverter that can power larger devices
By Andrew Muzamhindo Sep. 15, 2023
Sober view: Highlanders a sports arena for political expression
It is now common cause that the match was abandoned halfway through after Highlanders fans launched “missiles” and invaded the pitch.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 15, 2023
Locus standi: The right, ability and capacity of a trust at law
It is settled law that in order to be a party to any court case (litigant), a person must have locus standi in judicio.
An analysis of economic outlook for August 2023
There is a consensus among monetarists that parallel market exchange premia should not exceed 20% for stability to hold.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Sep. 15, 2023
Non-executive directors fees, retainers.
Non-executive directors are individuals, who are not involved in the day-to-day operations of a company but serve on its board of directors.
By Memory Nguwi Sep. 15, 2023