Gorden Moyo

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New Perspective: Debt relief is allergic to ‘hidden debt’

The repudiation of the official debt figures by critics and civil society is not without reason.
By Gorden Moyo Nov. 18, 2022

Beyond Beijing’s “gift” to Zimbabwe

The new parliament building is such a colossal and magnificent national edifice which adds to the infrastructure stock of the country.
By Gorden Moyo Dec. 4, 2022

Russian oligarchs search for refuge in Africa

These wealthy Russians also own several yachts (sailing vessels used for pleasure), private jets
By Gorden Moyo Dec. 9, 2022

New perspectives: From false lower middle-income classification to obsession with upper middle income label

Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has set itself a lofty target of transitioning Zimbabwe from a “lower middle-income economy” to a more sophisticated upper middle-income economy by 2030.
By Gorden Moyo Dec. 18, 2022

Lithium: A ‘wonder metal’ or another tale of Marange?

Sadly, the hope was dashed not because the diamonds were not found but because what people thought was El Dorado was actually a myth.
By Gorden Moyo Feb. 24, 2023

Collective intelligence as tool for economic development

Like a scalar, it has the magnitude but without the direction of a vector.
By Gorden Moyo Mar. 17, 2023

Zim’s underworld economy

The country’s natural resources have not benefited the citizens under whose feet the minerals are being mined.
By Gorden Moyo Apr. 6, 2023

43 years of Zim’s epic economic turmoil

The majority of the ordinary Zimbabweans have no access to clean water, primary healthcare, electricity, descent shelter, education and food.
By Gorden Moyo Apr. 21, 2023