Small to medium enterprises (SMEs): The heart of entrepreneurship

Zimbabweans need to transform the mindset of being job seekers and to become job creators.
By J.d Chisvo May. 19, 2024

The rhythm of resilience: A Workers’ Day reflection in Zim

The informal sector became a lifeline for many, but it also exposed them to exploitation, low wages, and precarious working conditions.
By Grace Chirenje May. 10, 2024

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

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

The call for economic and structural reforms in Zim

By scaling down social services, the poor and marginalised communities were disproportionately affected.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jan. 6, 2023

Rural development key to growth

The economy and everything about it must be driven and owned by the people and not just a few individuals as is the case under capitalism.
By Tapiwa Gomo Dec. 12, 2022

Mr President, you hold on power through brutality

Sadly, the multitude in South Africa, whose residence and work permits will not be renewed beyond their next expiry dates in June next year are dreadful of repatriation.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Oct. 5, 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

New perspectives: Zim govt has to find balance between economy and politics

 Employers were able to rent on behalf of their workers in hostels where half a dozen workers shared a room, and several rooms shared a bathroom and toilet. 

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022