National Service in Zim: Path to tackling youth unemployment

The country's young population, brimming with potential, often finds itself without adequate opportunities for employment or meaningful engagement.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Jun. 28, 2024

Unemployment affecting SDGs implementation

Participants assessed how far Zimbabwe had gone in attaining the targets set in government’s Vision 2030.
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 10, 2024

Solutions for tackling youth unemployment challenges

Social entrepreneurship can be a powerful tool in addressing youth unemployment as it combines economic goals with social impact.
By Ronald Zvendiya Mar. 8, 2024

Zimbabweans take to gambling amid escalating hardships

According to the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU), over 90% of Zimbabweans are jobless.
By IOL Feb. 4, 2024

Perspectives: Jobless economic growth plagues Zimbabwe

Jobless growth refers to a significant decline in employment growth despite output growth. It has been prevalent in Zimbabwe over the last few decades.
By Courage Masona Nov. 5, 2023

The regime’s economic genocide

The statistics further show that Harare is Zimbabwe’s economic hub. The capital city is home to slightly over a quarter of all workers in the country.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu Oct. 21, 2023

Zim’s future economic policies

There is urgent need to increase the private sector by incorporating Africans into some of these companies, or starting new companies nationally, regionally or internationally.
By Fay Chung Oct. 20, 2023

15-34 age group: A generation lost

It said the national unemployment (expanded) rate now stands at 47,8% from 46%, with “unemployment ... more pronounced in females (23,7%) compared to males (19%”.
By Newsday Oct. 19, 2023