Tracy Mutowekuziva

Tracy Mutowekuziva

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New Horizon: Hare and baboon: The case of gold coins in Zim

The government of Zimbabwe introduced the gold coins in the market, which were meant to mop out excess liquidity in circulation.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Sep. 9, 2022

Is the juice worth the squeeze?

He helped in establishing several small tuck shops which later bloomed into chain stores in various growth points and business centres.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Sep. 30, 2022

Perspectives: The actual cost of mining to Zim's communities

 I will not explain what this means, l will just talk about the reasoning and why it is now a thing of the past.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Mar. 5, 2023

Meaningful participation still missing in new Mining Bill

It attempted to address some issues but more can be done to protect communities from harm and for them to enjoy the benefits that come with living in mineral rich areas.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Mar. 31, 2023

Is Zim ready for Sovereign Wealth Fund?

There are some differences between a sovereign wealth fund and an investment fund;
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Sep. 29, 2023

The transparency question in the Mutapa Investment Fund

The Public Procurement Act administers the entire buying cycle, including strategy, market methods, tender review and award, contract administration, and asset disposal.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Oct. 27, 2023

The ‘land is ours’ and other lies

This means that the compensation should be the price a willing buyer would pay to a willing seller for the property or the best price that can be obtained on the open market.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Jan. 12, 2024

Global efforts in curbing wildlife crime not enough

Additionally, it is crucial to adapt to emerging trends and ensure sustainable funding and political commitment in order to achieve lasting progress in the fight against wildlife crime.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Feb. 2, 2024

Demolitions: Are the ‘sabhukus’ at fault?

While the allocation of houses by village heads has been a longstanding practice, the recent demolitions have been justified by the government on several grounds
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Mar. 1, 2024

Why I’m rooting for ruthless climate penalties

This is where climate sanctions come into play. Targeted economic penalties on the worst offenders, climate sanctions could create tangible financial incentives for change.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Jun. 2, 2024