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This means if the ANC does not get majority seats in Parliament, its ability to provide a president is limited unless it gets into a coalition with another party.
By Tapiwa Gomo 16h ago
Lead: It’s time to disrupt!
Lead: It’s time to disrupt!
We are living in an era of “big data” and artificial intelligence! In leadership, it gives us lessons.
By Jonah Nyoni Apr. 13, 2024
The poor fend for yourself: ED
All available literature to date shows that SAPs have not been successful anywhere where they were implemented, particularly in Africa and Latin America.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Apr. 13, 2024
Several inconsistencies between PVOs Bill and the Constitution
Veritas has identified several inconsistencies between the Bill and the Constitution.
By VERITAS Apr. 13, 2024
Zim needs regime change, not currency change
Rapid inflation, poverty rates continue to remain alarmingly high because of Zimbabwe’s plagued economy. 
By Diana Machingauta Apr. 12, 2024
Feature: AI: The good, the bad and the ugly
There is a growing concern over the potential risks of AI in education, such as bias in algorithms and the dehumanising effect of relying too heavily on technology.
Demythologising the liberation struggle
Forty-four years have passed, our parents who either fought or assisted the liberation fighters are dying, impoverished.
By Ignatius Tsuro Apr. 12, 2024
Requiem for the Zim dream
Independence was a moment to usher in a new dispensation of equality and prosperity.
By Innocent Mpoki Apr. 12, 2024
Ensure political parties accept advice, involve the diaspora in your research
The Diaspora Vote Initiative has researched on diaspora vote in many countries in Sadc, Africa and globally and is willing to be involved in the research that you intend to carry out.
By AMH Voices Apr. 12, 2024
After the Bell: Decoding Zimbabwe’s decision to Zigzag
This is Zimbabwe’s sixth attempt to create a functional local currency since 2008, when inflation crossed 500 billion percent, making it worthless.
By Tim Cohen Apr. 11, 2024
Why Zim is failing
“Lifts are not working,” the lady and security guard shouted in unison as l tried to order the lift. I walked the dirty and dimly lit stairs to the first floor.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 11, 2024
Nurse training: Time to weed out corruption on recruitment
It is time to stem corruption. The recruitment and selection of student nurses should be fair!
By Johannes Marisa Apr. 11, 2024
ZiG is vanity of vanities
Despite the claims of being backed by gold, odds are mounting against ZiG. It is confronted by inflation on one side, and a deficit of confidence and trust on the other.
By Cyprian Muketiwa Ndawana Apr. 10, 2024
Feature: The untold story of Chipinge’s Hakatwa green energy wins
According to the Rural Electrification Fund, more than 10 000 institutions, including government sub offices in rural areas, have been electrified.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 10, 2024
Drought tends to give indigenous food, mass markets a new lease of life
WHILE droughts are generally associated with negative aspects like sluggish economic growth, they tend to be a blessing in disguise for indigenous food and African mass markets.
By Charles Dhewa Apr. 10, 2024
The Glamour and Excitement of the Bombastic Casino Experience
Once a source of charm and curiosity, Bombastic Casino Casinos play an important role in the local economy
By Newsday Apr. 9, 2024
Emmerson Mnangagwa has to suffer more
He has to adopt a comply or else approach like the USA Sarbanes Oxley Act. A voluntary corporate governance approach has failed us.
By Brian Sedze Apr. 9, 2024
What if the drought persists for another year
Positive thinking that, the current situation can be with us once again, is what proactive communities need to invest in.
By Peter Makwanya Apr. 9, 2024
El Niño drought hits Zim hard
This year, through a very uneven season, farmers have tried and tried to get a crop.
By Ian Scoones Apr. 9, 2024
Zanu PF has dismally failed
Zimbabwe under Mnangagwa has become a laughing stock in the region. He is now asking for donations yet he said no one will die of hunger because we have adequate reserves.
By AMH Voices Apr. 8, 2024
ZiG a possible success if the bishop changes his ways
We all seem to be caught up in fiat currency dynamics yet this is a structured currency.
By Brian Sedze Apr. 8, 2024
How resilient are global economies in the face of myriad challenges?
No aspect of life or part of the world is safe from the impact of climate change.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 8, 2024
How MT5 is redefining automated trading insights into its latest EA capabilities
EA Sundrome's enhanced algorithmic capabilities are based on the advanced programming constructs that now define the platform.
By Newsday Apr. 6, 2024
Diasporas must vote in Zim elections
The Zimbabwe Diaspora Vote Initiative closely followed the Russian elections, monitoring how the Russian government handled diaspora voting in that election.
By AMH Voices Apr. 6, 2024
Walking with God our Father
Jesus taught us that we deal with one day at a time.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Apr. 6, 2024
People must prioritise child abuse prevention month
As liberal democracies we cannot or will not prevent anyone from bearing children, even those who recklessly procreate.
By AMH Voices Apr. 6, 2024
Mnangagwa’s foot in the mouth again
In February, Mnangagwa made comments that Zimbabwe was close to launching a new structured currency.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Apr. 6, 2024
Here is how to convert your Zimdollar balances to Zimbabwe Gold (ZiG)
You divide ZWL33 903 by ZiG13.5616 to get approximately 2 499.9263. This means that ZiG1 is equal to ZWL2 499.9263.
By AMH Voices Apr. 5, 2024