ESG as a competitive strategy in bridging connectivity divide by Zim’s telcos

Many researchers found out that “socially responsibility” has to be positively related to an organisation’s financial and social performance.
By Prosper Mutswiri Jul. 23, 2024

Hwange Colliery Company slammed over underground fires response

Maguwu said the fires have also resulted in human-wildlife conflicts.
By Sharon Sibindi Jul. 21, 2024

ESG integration in carbon markets

These markets incentivise companies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and invest in carbon offsetting projects.
By Rufaro Bingura Jul. 19, 2024

Mutapa announces ESG board committee

The awards were organised by the Institute of Directors Zimbabwe (IODZ) and held under the theme, Celebrating Leadership Excellence.
By Belinda Chiroodza Jul. 15, 2024

Significance of ESG principles for sustainable development

While the adoption of ESG principles presents numerous benefits, there are also challenges that companies in Zimbabwe and Sub-Saharan Africa are facing:
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jul. 12, 2024

Interview: ‘Zim misunderstood concept of SoEs’

No one will be a competent board member from day one unless you invest in training
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jul. 5, 2024

It’s corruption, not ‘sanctions’ causing Zimbos’ suffering

The main reason this is not being achieved is corruption through the smuggling of our minerals and other illicit financial transactions with the involvement of high-ranking officials.
By Tendai Mbofana Jun. 28, 2024

It is all talk and no action

In essence, the problem in Zimbabwe is a profound lack of integrity at all levels of governance and business.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 21, 2024

Shun corruption to boost public confidence: Mhona

Mhona said public entities under his ministry allowed government to align its work with national interests.
By Clayton Masekesa Jun. 18, 2024