Gloria  Ndoro-mkombachoto

Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto

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Is Zim ready for the next pandemic?

No one alive in this generation, never imagined themselves living through a pandemic.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 2, 2024

Synoptic exploration of the growth of AI innovations

The field of AI, although born from the brilliance of modern computation, finds its roots in timeless philosophical contemplations.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 9, 2024

Why standards of living measurements are important

SOL is a key measurement for any country because it assesses the general well-being of a society.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 23, 2024

Why living standards measures are important

The use of LSM data raises ethical considerations regarding privacy, consent, and the responsible use of consumer information.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Mar. 1, 2024

Data analysis is new frontier for business competitiveness

Netflix leverages data analysis to personalise content recommendations for its users, improve content production decisions, and optimise its streaming platform.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Mar. 15, 2024

Strategies to deploy when financial situation worsens

Zimbabwe is a tough environment to work in, because the cost of living is high, but first and foremost, it is wise to first scan the local job market for opportunities.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Mar. 22, 2024

Corporate failures, implications on tax collection by the govt

Corporate failures can have far-reaching consequences for economies, societies, and governments, impacting employment, investor confidence, and public finances.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Mar. 28, 2024

Tourism: An engine of economic development

When segmented local tourism associations are organised, visible and market their offerings locally and globally, local and foreign tourists know where to visit to enjoy those tourist facilities.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Apr. 5, 2024

The silent invaders: Termites’ impact on Harare properties

Termites feed on wood and cellulose-based materials, such as timber, paper, and plant debris, which are commonly found in buildings and structures.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Apr. 26, 2024

Zim’s vulnerability to El Niño, implications for self-sufficiency

EL Niño is a climate phenomenon characterised by the periodic warming of sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto May. 10, 2024

No way out: Zim youth under siege

The lack of access to mental health services and stigma surrounding mental health in Zimbabwe further complicates the situation.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto May. 17, 2024

Key imperatives of succession planning in family businesses

Succession planning in family businesses helps ensure continuity and stability by preparing the next generation to take on leadership roles effectively.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jun. 14, 2024