Enos Denhere

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Feature: Africa’s natural resources and illicit trade

According to the United Nations Environment Programme, Africa contains 30% of the world's mineral  reserves, 8% of natural gas reserves and 12% of oil reserves.
By Enos Denhere Feb. 24, 2023

Elumelu Foundation transforming entrepreneurship

The EdTech business is appealing to me because I believe that it is the future of many industries including healthcare and finance,” Chaynane said.
By Enos Denhere Mar. 17, 2023

African billionaires and their net worth

The 3,6% drop in the Forbes ranking for 2023 follows a 15% increase last year on the back of soaring stock prices from Nigeria to Zimbabwe.
By Enos Denhere Mar. 24, 2023

Interview: Our resolve to help Zim remains: US

The US government works to highlight opportunities for trade and investment that will benefit US and Zimbabwean businesses alike.
By Enos Denhere Apr. 21, 2023

High hopes as AfCFTA shapes up

According to the World Bank (WB), if implemented, AfCFTA could improve incomes by 9% by 2035 and elevate 50 million people out of extreme poverty.
By Enos Denhere Apr. 28, 2023

Africa’s trade too low: AfCFTA chief

According to Mene, African economies lack competitiveness to trade alongside other regions.
By Enos Denhere May. 5, 2023

Give Africa’s youth voice to determine the future

The plethora of threats confronting African nations demand rapid solutions and the pooling of ideas in order to construct a comprehensive and final response.
By Enos Denhere May. 12, 2023

Nothing compares to a mother’s love

For a variety of circumstances, not everyone is lucky enough to experience a mother's love in their lives.
By Enos Denhere May. 19, 2023

Smart city tech solution for African prosperity

Two-thirds of the world's population is predicted to reside in cities by 2050. Given the size of the number, you may be curious about the characteristics of the liveable cities.
By Enos Denhere May. 26, 2023

Feature: Russia-Ukraine war drags growth

Global economic growth is expected to be 1,7% in 2023 and 2,7% in 2024.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 2, 2023

INTERVIEW: Lessons from Osaka: ‘Vital for Zim to hold credible elections’

For this reason, everyone deserves a chance to cast their votes and be confident that their vote will matter.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 9, 2023

Why Africa must tackle climate change

Additionally, there are nearly 700 million families who lack access to healthy cooking options.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 9, 2023

Where do we stand on crucial climate matters?

Tropical climates, which are hot and humid, and temperate climates, which have warm summers and milder winters, are two more types of climates.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 16, 2023

Feature: Cholera outbreak exposes healthcare shortcomings

Water is a critical resource that has a direct impact on Africa's economic potential: a lack of access to safe water
By Enos Denhere Jun. 17, 2023

Feature: Solar electricity most significant to light Africa

With an average of 325 days of intense sunlight each year, solar power remains one of Africa's most abundant but underutilised resources.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 23, 2023

Feature: Tribalism, ethnic hostility slow down Africa’s growth

As seen by the deportation of Ugandans of Asian heritage from Uganda in 1972, xenophobic acts have long been rampant in post-independence Africa.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 23, 2023

Smuggling puts mining targets in peril

Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe previously estimated that the country loses about US$100 million every month from gold smuggling.
By Enos Denhere Jul. 28, 2023

23-8-23: The truths we need to know

So far, polling has forecast a variety of outcomes, making it difficult to determine who will be elected president.
By Enos Denhere Aug. 4, 2023

Make youth participation the norm

The UN launched a strategy to direct collaborative action with and for young people through the end of the decade five years ago.
By Enos Denhere Aug. 18, 2023

Brics expansion plan gets global attention

Brics is a significant source of foreign direct investment in critical industries, such as mining, automotive, transportation, clean energy, financial services, and information technology.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 1, 2023

Is the church playing its role in Zim politics?

I will not go into great length on the forecasts for the 2023 elections, but I will discuss the role of the church in a nation's efforts to develop a good government.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 8, 2023

The ‘Nairobi declaration’ brings Africa Climate Summit to a close

Climate adaptation is the main emphasis of the Bank's commitment to combating climate change, which it is advocating during the summit.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 15, 2023

ICT to play a key role in Zim economy

By utilising ICT, a business can improve its efficiency and effectiveness, while also being more responsive to customer requirements.
By Enos Denhere Oct. 13, 2023

Creating relations for a sustainable future

Rwanda is dedicated to preserving the life of several iconic species within its four National Parks.
By Enos Denhere Oct. 27, 2023

Zim’s mining resources require transparency and accountability

Significant mining footprints have been established by Chinese corporations around the country, frequently at the expense of the labourers, who toil endlessly in the mines' shadows or live there.
By Enos Denhere Nov. 10, 2023

AfCFTA has potential to end Africa’s colonial legacy: Ekra

The IATF2023 provides a platform for enterprises to access an integrated African market of over 1,3 billion people with a GDP of over US$3,5 trillion generated by AfCFTA.
By Enos Denhere Nov. 17, 2023

Illegal wildlife trade cripples Africa’s GDP

These are nocturnal mammals that mostly consume termites and ants. They are often trafficked into Asia, where there is a rising market for them.
By Enos Denhere Nov. 24, 2023

Swahili among world’s top 10 most widely spoken languages

Swahili, which borrows roughly 40% of its lexicon from Arabic, was first spread along East Africa’s coast by Arab traders.
By Enos Denhere Dec. 1, 2023

Trends influencing India to lead in renewable energy

India may overcome its energy crisis with the use of fuel cell technology, wind, solar, hydel, geothermal, tidal, biomass, and other renewable energy sources.
By Enos Denhere Dec. 15, 2023

Zim set for ‘world’s next lithium valley status’

Zimbabwe has an important opportunity in lithium, creating room for becoming the world's lithium valley.
By Enos Denhere Mar. 15, 2024