Long road back: Unemployment, the collective lessons for Zim

It is the loss of purpose and identity that cuts deepest, leaving me adrift in a sea of uncertainty.
By Grace Chirenje Jul. 5, 2024

Govt crackdown on dissent condemned

Justice minister Ziyambi Ziyanmbi was not reachable for comment.
By Staff Reporter Oct. 25, 2023

SMEs lack managerial, technical skills: Govt

He said the ministry was determined to re-ignite the businesses through sustainable initiatives despite the economic challenges.
By Blessed Ndlovu Sep. 15, 2023

Why Zim must prioritise climate change fight

The storm and subsequent flooding and landslides left 340 people dead and many others missing.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 18, 2023

Overview of real estate sector in Zim

This segment is also still nursing wounds from its fall-out with Covid-19 induced lockdowns as remote working patterns are becoming increasingly popular.
By Bard Santner Investors Jan. 13, 2023

New dispensation has redefined avaricious culture of its predecessor

Sugarcoated as a once-off windfall, the loans are redoubtable. They are a precedent that has dire consequences on national financials, one that is corrupting to accountability.
By Cyprian Ndawana Dec. 21, 2022