Letter from America: RBZ is the problem not ZiG!

His words were to the effect that no change in direction can be expected from government, or from a ZiG currency unless the fundamentals were altered.
By Kenneth Mufuka Apr. 14, 2024

Letter from America: Remembering Mugabe: The killer of dreams!

I spent ten years studying the career of Mugabe, resulting in the book: Life and Times of Robert Mugabe (2018).
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 3, 2024

Letter from America: US-Israel syndicate loses high moral ground!

By highlighting atrocities in Gaza, the US-Israeli criminal syndicate has lost the moral raison detre for being there.
By Kenneth Mufuka Dec. 31, 2023

African women, the unsung heroes of the continent’s health

 The conference ran under the theme: Breaking Barriers: Repositioning Africa in the Global Health Architecture. 
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Dec. 2, 2023

Swimming in debt: The bane of resource-backed loans in Zim

Zimbabwe has failed to manage its public debt efficiently, resulting in a debt default during the early 2000s
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Dec. 1, 2023

On Emmerson Mnangagwa

Mugabe’s description of Emmerson’s ascendancy is a clinical and correct narration of what transpired, uncoloured by these later events.
By Arthur Mutambara Nov. 17, 2023

Discover these entrepreneurial triumphs and gain knowledge

Adidas’ founder Adi Dassler is a prime example of how major brands can be traced back to their humble beginnings, and no one can match the passion and drive found within them.
By Enos Denhere Nov. 3, 2023

Learning to negotiate change: Encounters in cattle rearing

In front of him, 20 young  people stood enthralled while all around him cattle seemed to stand to attention like soldiers on a parade.
By Taruvinga Magwiroto Nov. 3, 2023

Formal traders have a genuine cry

Guvamatanga said at the Zimbabwe Economic Development Conference held in Victoria Falls that: “I would fire you because you will be useless management.
By Gift Mugano Oct. 6, 2023