Govt target US$13,75b agric industry

The country had set a US$8,2 billion target for 2022, but reportedly reached US$7,9 billion in 2020, which necessitated a review to the target, government has indicated.
By Lorraine Muromo May. 21, 2024

African economies should use natural resources to shape career pathways

A lot could be learnt from African tradition that had its own ways of identifying talents, gifts and passions within children from a tender age.
By Charles Dhewa May. 1, 2024

Harare heads for a clash with vendors

Informal traders vowed to fight back as they accused authorities of being divorced from economic realities that drive ordinary people into vending to make a living.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 1, 2024

A new season. A total turnaround

The Role of prayer and reflection
By Prosper Tingini Jan. 14, 2024

Fear, marginalisation hinder youth participation

Participants highlighted that some youths do not actively participate in civic processes due to fear of being persecuted or being negatively labelled in their communities.
By Gracious Daniel Dec. 14, 2023

Perspectives: Building local economies and creating employment opportunities

Viset has developed alternative approaches to the management of street vendors and shared the same with authorities for adoption and possible implementation.
By Samuel Wadzai Nov. 19, 2023

Ex-Zapu members form party

Ex-Zapu spokesperson Iphithule Maphosa is among the CFT founders.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 14, 2023

Zim hosts global arts, culture conference

The annual indaba was held at the  Zimbabwe College of Music from November 3 to 7 with a focus on unearthing Zimbabwe’s symbolic landscape, cultural narrative and opportunities.
By Khumbulani Muleya Nov. 10, 2023

Harare moves to formalise SMEs

This comes as the informal sector has become the backbone of Zimbabwe’s economy, contributing at least 80% of the gross domestic product (GDP).
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 3, 2023