Kevin Tutani

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Gold mafia docu: Objectionable journalism or cause for concern?

This production has caused what seems to be an uproar of objections, locally, amongst certain groups of the society.
By Kevin Tutani Apr. 6, 2023

What Zim, resource-rich nations can learn from Opec

Oil firms in Opec countries are mostly nationalised, but it was not so before.
By Kevin Tutani Apr. 28, 2023

Relevance of World Bank, IMF to Sub-Saharan Africa

This development institution is headquartered in Shanghai and was launched by the collective of, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, in 2014, and began operations in 2016.
By Kevin Tutani May. 5, 2023

RBZ’s digital currencies: Timelines, the playbook

The downside is that no entity has had the opportunity to experience this field, enough to be an authority in it.
By Kevin Tutani May. 12, 2023

Feature: The rightful place for crypto money in the scheme of things

This price growth and the frequent mentioning of it in the news, provides an opportunity for filling a knowledge gap about it, which is still pervasive in the market.
By Kevin Tutani May. 19, 2023

Current banking crisis: Is the glass half-empty or half-full?

There was both a liquidity and credit crunch (shortage) in the US, which spread on to global interbank markets.
By Kevin Tutani May. 19, 2023

‘Greedflation’ or inflation? A look at post-Covid price trends

In efforts to revive the dearth of activity in economies, governments created stimulus packages, whilst central banks cut interest rates, to impact money supply and revive growth.
By Kevin Tutani May. 26, 2023

Demystifying the economics of lithium

As a central resource in the generation of clean energy, lithium is still shrouded in relative mystery, which will need to be unwrapped, for better comprehension of it.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 2, 2023

Is the new lithium ore policy a step in the right direction?

With the government recently approving the national lithium ore policy, this week’s column, therefore, analyses the intentions of this new policy.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 2, 2023

Demystifying the economics of lithium (II)

However, there have been indications of an oversupply in the market from November 2022 to April 2023.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 9, 2023

Black Sea grain deal: Terms, successes and risks ahead

If all parties  involved in the initiative act in good faith, there should be a prolonged validity of the agreement, even until the war ends.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 30, 2023

A look at major sources, recipients of FDI globally

The year 2020, having been a pandemic-year, had a 42% drop, with an estimated US$859 billion in world investment tides.
By Kevin Tutani Jul. 14, 2023

Why Zim must join debt framework

Using International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates of a US$105 trillion global GDP, a debt to GDP ratio of 290% is deduced from these numbers.
By Kevin Tutani Jul. 21, 2023

Railway is the future: Is NRZ prepared?

Apart from climate change, and depleting oil resources, there are yet more advantages which make rail a great option for transportation.
By Kevin Tutani Jul. 28, 2023

Russia-Africa partnership: Who totally wins, what?

 By all means, Africa needs Moscow and Beijing’s support, if the reformation of these organizations is going to be achieved.
By Kevin Tutani Aug. 4, 2023

The case for nuclear energy

More African countries have taken a clear government position, with the intention to have functional plants from as early as 2030.
By Kevin Tutani Aug. 11, 2023

The case for nuclear energy II

By 2025, the power utility, Zesa aims to add 2300 MW in order to respond to increased demand from the mining sector.
By Kevin Tutani Aug. 18, 2023

Using hydrogen for energy security

The first internal combustion engine was made in 1806 and was powered by hydrogen and oxygen, instead of the currently prevalent petrol or diesel.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 8, 2023

How Africa can improve its role in global trade

Traditionally, Africa had competitive advantage in agriculture.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 15, 2023

Should Africa celebrate its G20 membership, yet?

The European Union makes up the 20th member, with its seat, under the European Commission, representing every country within the EU bloc.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 22, 2023

Leveraging our own natural resources for development

Vast CBM resources are understood to be available in the Matabeleland North province of the country, particularly in Lupane, Gwayi and Hwange.
By Kevin Tutani Sep. 29, 2023

Integrating value for money in Zim’s public finances

Expectedly, government officials and a number of citizens are speaking favourably about this project, outlining some outstanding features of the project, such as it being funded locally.
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 6, 2023

Understanding carbon credits (I)

Scientific studies have proven that greenhouse gasses trap the sun's heat, making it more concentrated and last much longer than it should.
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 13, 2023

Understanding carbon credits (II)

The African Carbon Market Initiative (ACMI) was launched at the COP27 climate summit, in Egypt, last year (November).
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 20, 2023

Zim can do much more with industrial hemp

Although most countries, which farm the crop are in the northern hemisphere, the plant is more suited to the tropical and sub-tropical climate of Sub-Saharan Africa.
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 27, 2023

In Zim strong venture capital activity needed for growth

In order to better grasp the usefulness of VC, it may be essential to highlight some of the companies, which owe their success to it.
By Kevin Tutani Nov. 3, 2023

Locals can learn from China’s model of poverty elimination

It is widely understood that Mao Zedong laid the foundations for much of China's broad-based economic progress
By Kevin Tutani Nov. 10, 2023

Govt should push for protection of undersea internet cables

In the worst-case, the internet connection to any websites and web applications hosted (originating from) outside that region will be totally cut-off.
By Kevin Tutani Nov. 17, 2023

Time to bring urban renewal to the country’s ‘exhausted’ cities

Due to the growing populations, most Central Business Districts (CBDs) are now overcrowded, noisy, strewn with rubbish and lacking aesthetic appeal.
By Kevin Tutani Dec. 8, 2023

It’s time to turn our city centres, communities into smart cities

Some traffic lights in Zimbabwe's CBD have this technology installed, although expanding the reach will go a long way to bring widespread compliance with traffic laws.
By Kevin Tutani Dec. 15, 2023