The role of committees in corporate governance
The different committees are tasked with governing specific areas of the organisation. However, the board remains accountable for all actions or omissions of its committees.
By Beatrice Moyo 16h ago
Zimstat, RBZ lose battle of numbers
This was made through the promulgation of Statutory Instrument 27 of 2023 (SI 27-2023).
By Zvikomborero Sibanda 22h ago
ICC arrest warrant on Putin
The two invasions are linked. Bush’s wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq broke the key law on which we built the post-1945 “rule of law” in international affairs.
By Gwynne Dyer 22h ago
African billionaires and their net worth
The 3,6% drop in the Forbes ranking for 2023 follows a 15% increase last year on the back of soaring stock prices from Nigeria to Zimbabwe.
By Enos Denhere 22h ago
The dangerous electrorate-candidate relations in Zim
Thence a lot of things go wrong and the public still condone it .
By Liam Kanhenga 22h ago
Piecemeal approach to electricity detrimental
While neighbouring countries have been facing similar challenges, they have shown intentions to address the crisis.
By Tinashe Makichi 22h ago
West Property plans VFEX listing
West Property was established in 2007 as a privately owned property development company by founder and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Sharpe.
By Tafara Mtutu 22h ago
Muckraker: Season of fools in full swing
And now those that claimed to be angry on his behalf about the delimitation process are just as confused about it as the rest of us.
By Muckracker 22h ago
The sober view: Democracy in Africa needs new tools
For democrats all over the world, this is a serious concern as it indicts the legitimacy of democracy as the best form of government.
By Ntando Dumani 22h ago
Editor’s Memo: Violence is primitive, stop it!
Yet, violence has overarching repercussions. It damages the image of the country. The “Brand Zimbabwe” and other initiatives will come to nought if violence is not tamed.
By Faith Zaba 22h ago
Forgiveness makes the world a better place
Oh my, the level of betrayal and near madness one could easily experience because of this. I mean I have heard people get murdered for these kind of things.
By Grace Chirenje 22h ago
Exchange rates fail to hold
THE direction of the Zimbabwean and United States dollars pair remained the same, southwards.
By Respect Gwenzi Mar. 23, 2023
Collective intelligence as tool for economic development
Like a scalar, it has the magnitude but without the direction of a vector.
By Gorden Moyo Mar. 17, 2023
Managing informality in the Zim economy
The last three years have seen a massive surge in retailing with the dominance of the informal trade in urban, peri-urban and rural areas of the country.
By Victor Bhoroma Mar. 17, 2023
Candid Comment: When justice is guaranteed to highest bidder
Apart from denting the judiciary system’s image, corruption compromises delivery.
By Tinashe Makichi Mar. 17, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Political tolerance keystone to democracy
Decades of political polarisation in Zimbabwe have become a cancer that is fast tearing apart rural and urban communities.
By Faith Zaba Mar. 17, 2023
Zimdollar will remain weak
THE gap between the parallel market and the auction market rates narrowed for the fifth straight week this week, despite a sustained decline in the value of the latter.
By Respect Gwenzi Mar. 17, 2023
Muckracker: Scramble for the gravy train begins
Candidates jostling to join the feeding trough were shocked this week when Mike Bimha, the most boring Zanu PF commissar ever appointed, announced a list of dos and don’ts this week.
By Muckracker Mar. 17, 2023
Elumelu Foundation transforming entrepreneurship
The EdTech business is appealing to me because I believe that it is the future of many industries including healthcare and finance,” Chaynane said.
By Enos Denhere Mar. 17, 2023
Insurance and the future of mobility
New business models of providing goods and services in a collaborative way are giving way to a form of centralised access.
By Batanai Matsika Mar. 17, 2023
Rethinking our thinking, collectively
Having said that, we appreciate the war of liberation; the gallant sons and daughters of the soil’s Lila was not in vain and we are very much grateful for their sacrifice, always and forever!
By Grace Chirenje Mar. 17, 2023
PPPs an essential tool for Zim to address infrastructural deficits
At present, most African countries are not adequately investing in connectivity and infrastructure, which significantly hampers regional trade.
By Chido Mafongoya Mar. 17, 2023
Stocks and elections
The immediate past election was held in July of 2018, and it was highly contested and violent too, which has grown common in Zimbabwe.
By Tinashe Duma Mar. 17, 2023
US bank failure jolts investors
Emerging from the ashes of its failure is a story of the cruel effects of an aggressively contractionary monetary policy on a niche bank.
By Tafara Mtutu Mar. 17, 2023
Our agenda for a new, prosperous Zim
Our Citizens’ Change Volunteers programme is recruiting new voters for change. As they do this, they are listening to communities.
By Nelson Chamisa Mar. 17, 2023
World View: Cyclone Freddy and the ice: Messages from the future
Cyclone Freddy started in the usual place, off northwestern Australia
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 17, 2023
Motoring: Zimbos love Toyota Corolla
The sedan variant of the Toyota Corolla shares its elegant appearance with the hatchback model, which Toyota introduced after the Sedan.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Mar. 17, 2023
Zim structured debt talks step in the right direction
Zimbabwe has been recycling its socio-economic and financial challenges since 1980
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Mar. 17, 2023
Authorities zero in on big-crime syndicates… Zacc probe underway as FIU hits Zim wholesalers