Candid Comment: Time to revisit the IMPI report

The information that business executives acquire from college is mostly basic.
By Shame Makoshori Apr. 19, 2024

Sanctions against Zim must go! But how?

The only people opposed to this are in the ruling party, the military and some in opposition, who campaigned for the imposition of the sanctions to begin with.
By Trevor Ncube Mar. 21, 2024

Sanctions and survival: US-Zimbabwe interplay

The sanctions were imposed through various instruments, including the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (Zidera) enacted by the US Congress in 2001.
By Equity Axis Mar. 15, 2024

The fragile state of electoral democracy in Africa

The death of electoral democracy in Africa is a concerning phenomenon, characterised by the erosion of free, credible and transparent elections.
By Vanessa N Mautuka and Blessing Gomo Mar. 13, 2024

Village Rhapsody: Impact of populism on democracy

In the case of Zimbabwe, populist leaders have used divisive rhetoric to stoke tensions between different ethnic and social groups, leading to a decline in trust in democratic institutions.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 10, 2024

‘Sharper’ embargo targets elites as re-engagement bid falls apart

Mnangagwa was already under sanctions through the Zidera framework.
By Julia Ndlela and Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 8, 2024

Remove Zidera, Industry pleads

Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce president Mike Kamungeremu called for complete removal of sanctions or measures against any institution or individual.
By Blessed Ndlovu and Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 6, 2024

German author calls for social justice reporting support

She hogged the limelight after publishing an autobiography, What White People Don’t Want to Hear About Racism, But Should Know Anyway.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 28, 2024

Corruption Watch: Why Mnangagwa could be seeking a third term

 Current president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, was, ironically, the top beneficiary of the 2017 coup because he took over.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 25, 2024