Targeted sanctions were inevitable

Apparently, the obligation to compel government to control itself justly was foreseen back then by the American Federalists
By Cyprian M Ndawana Mar. 13, 2024

Village Rhapsody: Corruption hinders development and good governance

Corruption has led to the misappropriation of public funds, the weakening of institutions, and the loss of confidence in the government.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 3, 2024

Synoptic exploration of the growth of AI innovations

The field of AI, although born from the brilliance of modern computation, finds its roots in timeless philosophical contemplations.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Feb. 9, 2024

Towards combating corruption: A call for change in Zim polity

The public sector encompasses government institutions, its decentralised units, and various other entities responsible for delivering public programmes, goods, or services.
By Samson Ntambalika Feb. 9, 2024

The unsung hero of job evaluation

This seemingly simple document acts as the foundation upon which the entire evaluation rests, shaping internal pay structures and attracting and retaining talent.
By Memory Nguwi Feb. 9, 2024

Fighting corruption is dangerous, but necessary exercise

Anti-corruption agencies should pursue their anti-corruption agenda without fear or favour.
By Sandra Matendere Feb. 4, 2024

Feature: South Africa scores below ‘flawed democracies’ in corruption index

Those abusing power escape accountability and the widespread harm to victims goes unremedied.
By Mail & Guardian. Feb. 2, 2024

Entrepreneurship, start-ups

A private limited company is the most common form of incorporation across different economies. It has a separate legal entity from its shareholders and directors.
By Batanai Matsika Dec. 8, 2023

Will Zimbabwe’s Sovereign Wealth Fund accelerate development?

Norway has the largest ($1,3 trillion) and most successful SWF in the world and the reasons for its success include;
By Vince Musewe Jul. 25, 2023