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Zim going nowhere with delusional leaders

However, today, the Government of Zimbabwe is rehashing the same promises it made years ago — which have largely remained unfilled.
Managing unipolar, multipolar system transitional hiatus
Managing unipolar, multipolar system transitional hiatus
The US and its allies are largely responsible for the political, economic and social normative tenets that serve as benchmarks for the rest of the world today.
By Tapiwa Gomo Mar. 4, 2024
Upscaling horticultural production amid climate change
Soil conditioning, improving structure of soil, promoting water retention and stabilising soil surfaces as horticulture need adequate water resources to harvest. 
By Peter Makwanya Mar. 4, 2024
Accurate anthrax distribution key to formulating effective control strategies
The predicted future anthrax distribution can be used to guide and prioritise surveillance and control activities and optimise allocation of limited resources.
By AMH Voices Mar. 4, 2024
Extending the Presidential term limit: Can it be done?
Term-limits on the exercise of executive power are an important democratic check on the abuse of that power, and this has been recognised since the days of ancient Rome.
By AMH Voices Mar. 2, 2024
Public speaking: How to improve stage presence
Stage presence then emanates from private effort. What you do in secret becomes what we see on stage.
By Jonah Nyoni Mar. 2, 2024
Why Should You Look For Reviews Before Buying Mushroom Gummies?
when making a purchase decision, it's crucial to approach it mindfully and with thoughtful consideration.
By Newsday Mar. 1, 2024
How To Identify A Reliable Vendor To Buy CBD Oil For Dogs?
When searching for a reliable vendor to purchase CBD oil for dogs, it's essential to consider the responsiveness of their customer support
By Newsday Mar. 1, 2024
Kudos to medical teams for successful unique uniportal video assisted thoracic surgery
VATS is a minimally invasive surgical technique where incisions are made in the chest through one of which a thoracoscope.
By AMH Voices Mar. 1, 2024
Instant payment system for medical service providers welcome
Healthcare costs continue to rise unabated with finger-pointing centred around healthcare funders, service providers and even government.
By Dr Johannes Marisa Mar. 1, 2024
Douse inflation promptly lest it will raze economy to the ground
Reactions by economic agents to inflation appear to be steeped in rational fear. Generally, human beings appear to act rationally.
By Prosper Munyedza Mar. 1, 2024
Southern Africa: A four-fold surge in cholera cases puts tens of thousands of children at risk as cyclone season brings more flooding
In Malawi, which has counted over 160 cases so far this year, about four in 10 cases are children and young people under 19, according to the Health ministry.
By reliefweb Feb. 29, 2024
Whither the land
It is a generally accepted fact that the land reform exercise had nothing to do with land redistribution but was about politics, self-destructive politics at that.
By ROGER TAKUNDWA Feb. 29, 2024
Turning youth bulge into a national dividend
Suicides are a matter of grave concern. Our youth are leaving in droves for menial and demeaning jobs elsewhere.
By Trevor Ncube Feb. 29, 2024
Advancements in Medical Treatments and Health Certifications
Medical professionals like Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Peterson, and Dr. Gibson advocate for the integration of these new treatments
By Newsday Feb. 28, 2024
How African mass markets make productive use of gossip and the grapevine
Some telling mixed results were also experienced in Rwanda through attempts to link farmers and buyers on a platform called Viamo.
By Charles Dhewa Feb. 28, 2024
Justice Matanda-Moyo made right noise on corruption
It is an irony of fighting corruption that key positions of Speaker of Parliament and Foreign Affairs and International Trade minister in the said new dispensation, are held by   tainted
By Cyprian M Ndawana Feb. 28, 2024
Of Deloitte leaving the Zim market
ABOUT a week ago, the news that “Deloitte leaves Zimbabwe” made headlines, much to the surprise of many including those in the accounting and professional services fraternity.
By Tadiwa Mubvumbi Feb. 27, 2024
Traversing the horizon: Essential HR trends influencing 2024 and beyond
Technology has been a game-changer for the HR industry, and this trend is expected to continue in the coming years.
By Emmanuel Zvada Feb. 27, 2024
Zimbabwe fights illegal settlers on State land 'sold' after being seized from white farmers
The government said it was “committed to ensuring that all citizens are settled in an orderly manner on allocated land”.
By News24 Feb. 27, 2024
Copy trading in Zimbabwe: Harnessing global trading expertise locally
Copy trading offers a unique opportunity for Zimbabweans to engage with the global financial market, leveraging the expertise of seasoned traders.
By Newsday Feb. 26, 2024
Home-grown initiatives central to climate change adaptation
For adaptation solutions to be realised, local communities need to be engaged, consulted and mainstreamed into climate budgeting.
By Peter Makwanya Feb. 26, 2024
A troubled world
The conflict in Eastern Europe has had a significant impact on the global economy, driving up the cost of some necessities.
By Tapiwa Gomo Feb. 26, 2024
Leading like Jesus
The second thing is that Jesus loved people. This world will be a better place if we would love one another, unconditionally.
By Jonah Nyoni Feb. 24, 2024
AFCON wonderkids: Rising Stars
For the Ivory Coast national team, the infusion of such talent bodes well for their competitive prospects.
By Newsday Feb. 24, 2024
Small market media must identify specific needs for digital transformation success
Small market media face their own particular challenges and while they can learn from big companies, their issues are often secondary when global media gathers for meetings.
By Dietmar Schantin Feb. 24, 2024
Life and peace in Christ
Entrance to the Kingdom of God was and still is by being born again so he heard from Jesus.
By Erasmus Makarimayi Feb. 24, 2024
Starlink: Pragmatism needed to unlock opportunities
Starlink will not push the local network companies out of business for several reasons
By AMH Voices Feb. 24, 2024