Markets can save economy but only if the govt allows

Basically, Milei argued that when a government gets in the way of an economy having a “market discovery”, its companies produce less.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Feb. 23, 2024

Why leaders fail

Governments have failed their citizens because they have not served the citizens but have become more powerful than the citizens they are supposed to serve.
By Jonah Nyoni Nov. 25, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Remaining relevant in the digital age

Barbara Holland defines the digital age as a time when an increasing number of human activities are taking or have already taken a digital form.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 22, 2023

Africa must have a new strategic approach to China

In our bilateral discussions, we cover a broad range of issues.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 1, 2023

Leading the newsroom in digital era

Evidently, journalism has not been spared, from operations to content quality; the dynamics are demanding new knowledge and a new set of skills to full-proof journalism.
By Silence Mugadzaweta Aug. 5, 2023

‘Promises of a crocodile’

The new leader, Emmerson Mnangagwa (nick-named “crocodile”) took office on August 26 2018 at the age of 75.
By Mark & Associates Jul. 7, 2023

FEATURE: Zim: A new focus for lithium mining

These minerals include lithium, copper and nickel.
By Clinton Pavlovic Jun. 29, 2023

Artificial intelligence, youth day and future of 42% of the world

According to the World Economic Forum, by 2030 young Africans are expected to constitute 42% of global youth.
By Nicolle Shana Jun. 23, 2023

Leverage on 4th Industrial Revolution, Africa urged

The summit is expected to host top industry professionals through a series of panel discussions and real-life case studies to inspire successful smart city projects across the continent.
By Melody Chikono Jun. 13, 2023