Reflecting on the export ban for raw lithium

The government does not consider concentrates as raw or unprocessed lithium.
By Victor Bhoroma 17h ago
Staff turnover: What every employer needs to know
Staff turnover: What every employer needs to know
There has been debate about whether turnover affects the performance of the organisation or not.
By Memory Nguwi 17h ago
New Horizon: Are elections important?
The 1980s elections were rapidly followed by Independence, education, health and clean water supply.
By Fay Chung 17h ago
Kennedy disease can affect the ability to walk, speak, swallow
Medication may be prescribed to treat specific symptoms of Kennedy's disease.
Ceteris Paribus: Zimbabwe elections trend: Prospects of 2008 repetition
Political turmoil and economic stagnation served as the setting for the 2008 presidential election.
By Tinashe Duma 19h ago
Top stock picks for 2023
We identify four stocks that exhibit one or more of these characteristics, namely Innscor Africa, Delta Corporation, Simbisa Brands, and Hippo Valley Estates.
By Tafara Mtutu 19h ago
Candid Comment: Bootlicking political statements detrimental to development
Garwe of late has been an architect of his own goals if it was in football circles. His desperation to please his political superiors is sliding into desperation of gigantic proportions.
By Tinashe Makichi 19h ago
Editor’s Memo: Drugs: Dominican Convent shock
During Covid-19 lockdowns we learnt that parents didn’t really want to spend the days with their children. They were used to packing them into vans and leaving them in the hands of school authorities.
By Nevanji Madanhire 19h ago
Muckracker: It’s not only Moyo who will be left ‘very naked’ Hon. MP
The High Court ruled that Section 314 of the Urban Councils Act, which gave Moyo the cojones to tell councillors what to do, was null and void.
By Muckraker 20h ago
Mai Denzel: What’s good for the goose is good for the gander
The result was some very public narrative about her love life including some leaked nude pictures that she had shared in the comfort of her intimate relationship.
By Grace Chirenje 20h ago
Zimbabwe needs a mining claims database
Zimbabwe needs to take advantage of the advancing national information and communication technology (ICT), and develop a national Mines and Geosciences Central Database System (CDS)
By Jacob Mutisi 20h ago
Repression: When Zim stops pretending to be a democracy
With a government that has given up on trying to hide its authoritarian foundations, 2023 is likely to be the country’s worst election for the next 15 years.
By The Africa Report 20h ago
Floating a diaspora bond: Should Zim continue borowing?
Independent estimates, however, show that over three million Zimbabweans are living abroad and the numbers continue to balloon.
SA continues to scramble its future
The ANC and the former Soviet Union have ties going back almost 100 years, and support came in the form of military training as well as weaponry and military aid. 
By Heena Joshi 20h ago
Honda Fit Hybrid eCVT a pricey beauty
The Honda Fit, formerly known as the Jazz in some markets, has improved upon past generations by finding a formula that appears to be successful for the target demographic.
By Andrew Muzamhindo 20h ago
On the persistence of politicians
Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s soon-to-be ex-prime minister, has created her own “happy juncture”.
By Gwynne Dyer 20h ago
World View: Ukraine: Will Western tanks bring victory?
The Doomsday Clock was thought up in 1947 by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists to dramatise the threat of nuclear war.
By Gwynne Dyer 21h ago
Distracted generation a distracted workforce
 Attention spans are getting shorter and shorter, and people tend to get easily distracted.
By Brian Makwara Jan. 20, 2023
Is Vision 2030 achievable in the face of energy crisis?
The WB assigns the world’s economies to four income groups: low, lower-middle, upper-middle and high income.
By Courage Masona Jan. 20, 2023
Weak trading data shows RBZ is in control of the exchange rate
The RBZ has made efforts to continuously drive the currency market towards full liberalisation.
By Respect Gwenzi Jan. 20, 2023
Zim foreign policy under the spotlight
It’s a vision that he had given glimpses of in his time as vice president. Wearing his now trademark flag-inspired scarf, Mnangagwa proclaimed that Zimbabwe was “open for business.”
By Makomborero Muzenda Jan. 20, 2023
Return of the alliances
But they often also ended up fighting people they had no quarrel with.
By Gwynne Dyer Jan. 20, 2023
2023 Ford Everest will win your heart
For the time being, it will make the rivals' vehicles appear dated, and these are stunning cars.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Jan. 20, 2023
Online visibility will make it easy to market Zim’s produce
Zimbabwean-produced mangetout, green beans, chillies, lettuce and fish are common in European supermarkets.
By Jacob Mutisi Jan. 20, 2023
What do Zimbabweans want?
There is a raging debate on social media platforms surrounding Winky D and Holy Ten’s song Ibotso.
By Tendai Murisa Jan. 20, 2023
Why flogg a dead horse?
Yet again, they succeeded in revealing to the world that the opposition was indeed organising on the ground, contrary to previous claims.
By Muckracker Jan. 20, 2023
Davos agenda becoming increasingly questionable
It engages with leading representatives of business society and financial elitists to shape the future of our planet. 
By Heena Joshi Jan. 20, 2023
Job evaluation committees: How to make them effective
The advantage of using an internal job evaluation committee is that you will have internal skills to evaluate jobs as they change and come for reevaluation instead of relying on a consultant.
By Memory Nguwi Jan. 20, 2023