We get older too soon and wise too late
True, Adesina was aware of the sanctions narrative. Yet, he did not entertain it. Methinks he mentioned sanctions diplomatically to assuage your ego.
By Cyprian M Ndawana May. 31, 2023
Mnangagwa’s democratic credentials were shaky at best, now they are non-existent
Thinking that Mnangagwa will usher in a democratic Zimbabwe given the chaotic manner in which Zanu PF held its primary elections in March is far-fetched.
By Newsday May. 24, 2023
Loosen Zim sanctions for renewable energy future
Right or wrong, this move set off a chain of disastrous economic consequences, including hyperinflation, massive unemployment, food shortages and international sanctions.
By Glenn Jakins May. 9, 2023
Zim corruption becomes the gold standard
We were told that he was “expected to use his vast experience in evangelism and business to promote investment for the country”.
By Trevor Ncube Apr. 20, 2023
Interview: Actuaries boss lays out Zim legal game plan
An actuarial function looks at statistical estimations and quantification of technical liabilities on the balance sheet of an institution.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 31, 2023
‘It started with a side chick’
The wedding, beamed live on the national broadcaster ZBC-TV resembled royalty.
By Problem Masau Mar. 11, 2023
Letters: Struggle was not about individuals
Forty-two years after independence, Zimbabwe has lost everything it inherited from an equally repressive Rhodesian white settler regime.
By AMH Voices Mar. 3, 2023
Dearth of statecraft blights new dispensation
Despite attending the famed investment conferences in Davos, Switzerland, your efforts have failed miserably to make the day for investors.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Mar. 1, 2023
Mugabe son arrested, released before plea
He was represented by lawyers Ashiel Mugiya and Tungamirai Muganhiri. Mugabe Jnr was arrested over the weekend and detained at Avondale Police Station.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 21, 2023
Labour Act reviewed: 3 months’ notice of termination removed
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