The need for more high-quality jobs

The low-quality jobs that are prevalent in the country concurrently reflect high levels of national poverty.
By Kevin Tutani Jul. 12, 2024

Zimbabwe’s political crisis has dragged for too long

Even though it's not election season, opposition political parties have witnessed an increase in repression and discriminatory treatment by state agents.
By Evans Mathanda Jun. 30, 2024

Pathway to supply chain management excellence

There is need to maintain a hell copter view and a glass pipe-line view of the supply chain network at every turn along the way.
By Charles Nyika Jun. 21, 2024

Ceteris Paribus: Prospects of exchange rate potential stability

The ZiG’s value is fixated against global gold prices, which renders the exchange rate against the US$ a direct influence of gold price fluctuations
By Tinashe Duma Jun. 14, 2024

Financial sector: More than just banking

By taking a climate risk lens at their portfolios and transactions, the financial sector can identify opportunities for steering capital towards climate investments.
By Cynthia Tapera May. 24, 2024

Workers’ Day has lost its lustre

Survival has become a buzzword in most corporate boardrooms as executives plot to ensure the ship stays afloat in the face of economic headwinds.
By Newsday May. 1, 2024

Digital Economy Conference demonstrates important collaboration among key sector players

The Conference, themed ‘Embracing the Digital Economy’, was organized by the Ministry of ICT, Postal and Courier Services.
By Donald Nyandoro Apr. 24, 2024

Exploring economic implications of Zim’s new currency on financial disclosures

This discourse seeks to dissect the financial reverberations of this currency transition on financial disclosures within Zimbabwean enterprises.
By Mark Hussain Mtombeni Apr. 14, 2024

News in depth: Horrific cost of abductions laid bare as one victim now battles mysterious illness

There were several cases of attempted abductions of opposition members before and after the disputed August 2023 elections.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Apr. 13, 2024