World View: Life elsewhere: Findings promising

The planet orbits a star imaginatively named K2-18, about 120 light years from here.
By Gwynne Dyer Sep. 22, 2023
Election season, women’s experiences
Election season, women’s experiences
A total of 70 women were competing for seats in the National Assembly, accounting for 11% of the 637 potential candidates.
By Lovemore Nyawo Sep. 15, 2023
Non-executive directors fees, retainers.
Non-executive directors are individuals, who are not involved in the day-to-day operations of a company but serve on its board of directors.
By Memory Nguwi Sep. 15, 2023
An analysis of economic outlook for August 2023
There is a consensus among monetarists that parallel market exchange premia should not exceed 20% for stability to hold.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Sep. 15, 2023
Locus standi: The right, ability and capacity of a trust at law
It is settled law that in order to be a party to any court case (litigant), a person must have locus standi in judicio.
Sober view: Highlanders a sports arena for political expression
It is now common cause that the match was abandoned halfway through after Highlanders fans launched “missiles” and invaded the pitch.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 15, 2023
Motoring sport: Ford Everest becomes more exclusive
The Wildtrak is the more rugged variant of the Everest, so it comes equipped with features like a 400-Watt inverter that can power larger devices
By Andrew Muzamhindo Sep. 15, 2023
Time to contain Zim’s election crisis decisively
What some Sadc countries and the UN have done, diplomatically, is to use the congratulatory messages as methods of dousing flames and nothing more.
By Sharon Hofisi Sep. 15, 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
Liberation struggle: Zanu PF’s modus operandi
For the Zanu PF functionaries to dish out these charges against Mugabe after havingworked with him as their leader for 40years, from 1977 to 2017, is beyond absurd.
By Arthur Mutambara Aug. 18, 2023
Insurance companies legally true litigants in pensioners’ matters
Nothing can stop such a pensioner or pension fund member from suing the incumbent insurance company if they are not satisfied with the performance of the insurance company.
By Martin Tarusenga Jul. 28, 2023
Retailers in high stakes game.
This week, the outcome of the auction market suggested further liberalisation, which some have suggested to be full liberalisation of the market into a pure Dutch Auction System.
By Respect Gwenzi Jul. 28, 2023
Of climate change, ‘free raiders’
Since climate change is a global issue, it requires global action and cooperation among nations to effectively mitigate its impacts.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 28, 2023
Embrace technology on election processes
A group of demonstrators took to the streets of Harare demanding the immediate release of the presidential election results.
By Jacob Mutisi Jul. 28, 2023
Tea Talk: Don’t explain and don’t complain
Complaining demonstrates a victim mindset.
By Carol White Jul. 28, 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
Hunting benefits truths can collapse anti-hunting groups
They want to review it at committee stage where it is now.
By Emmanuel Koro Jul. 28, 2023
The nexus between natural resources plunder and harmonised elections
During the 2013 elections in Zimbabwe, the issue of diamond mining and natural resource governance featured prominently in the campaign.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Jul. 28, 2023
Psychometric tests in hiring: A strategic approach to talent acquisition
In Zimbabwe, almost all the top 10 companies on the ZSE use psychometric tests in hiring, while the bottom ten do not.
By Memory Nguwi Jul. 28, 2023
Piggy’s Trading & Investing Tips: Advising versus selling
According to the 2023 Insurance Report by Mckinsey & Company, insurance market maturity and sophistication are highly correlated.
By Batanai Matsika Jul. 28, 2023
Natural resource curse: Challenges faced by mining communities
The mining sector involves the movement of heavy machinery which damages roads, especially gravel or dust roads.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda Jul. 28, 2023
World View: Why won’t Putin go to SA
Moscow still subsidises the ANC today (in various clandestine ways), so Putin could reasonably expect President Cyril Ramaphosa to protect him from arrest.
By Gwynne Dyer Jul. 28, 2023
Empowering Zim’s future through democracy
Compared to other young Africans, Zimbabwean youth display even higher enthusiasm for democratic processes.
By Nyasha Mpani and Lennon Monyae Jul. 28, 2023
Candid Comment: Govt targeting small fish in drugs fight
Despite current efforts by the police to clamp down on drug dealers, the problem has failed to vanquish and drugs are being pushed into the market daily.
By Tinashe Makichi Jul. 28, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Elections: Zim’s much-needed viaduct
With the 2023 elections under a month away, the complexion in the country has changed and it is clear that Mnangagwa wants to win his re-election at all costs.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Jul. 28, 2023
The Zim Souk Al-Manakh
Kuwait's financial sector was shaken by the crash, as was the entire economy. In fact, the crash prompted a recession that rippled through society.
By Batanai Matsika Jul. 7, 2023
Measures cannot curb inflation
Measures such as gold coins, although wildly popular and rationale from the perspective of investors or those seeking to basically preserve value
By Respect Gwenzi Mar. 31, 2023
World View: UN climate report: Clutching at straws
It was formally adopted by the IPCC only five years ago, but it’s already too late to stop the warming short of +1,5°C.
By Gwynne Dyer Mar. 31, 2023