The purpose of resource, commodity value
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The purpose of resource, commodity value

Just this week, there was a small scale miners’ consultative meeting in Gweru hosted by…

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Youths must define economic nationalism
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Youths must define economic nationalism

Chris Chenga Open Economy It was only several days ago when this column indulged in…

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Protectionism done well, is progressive!
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Protectionism done well, is progressive!

Chris Chenga Open Economy It helps to nurture industries that may sustain society’s employment needs…

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Perception is sufficient reality
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Perception is sufficient reality

Chris Chenga Open Economy More academically, the projected future cash flows of a stock (which…

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Creating an identity within globalisation
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Creating an identity within globalisation

Chris Chenga Open Economy Would a single citizen existing in isolation need to have an…

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No money, more problems
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No money, more problems

It is trite to say “wealth makes life more affordable”. For instance, in low-income developing…

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Resources are nothing without productivity
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Resources are nothing without productivity

Chris Chenga Open Economy — The value of resource ownership seems a simple grasp; the…

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Stifling the next big thing
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Stifling the next big thing

Chris Chenga Open Economy When our governments retain steep debt burdens there is greater sensitivity to…

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Why do we have weak value chains?
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Why do we have weak value chains?

Zimbabwe’s economy is not producing much output. It has become a recurrent theme in this…

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Ideology in a tech context
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Ideology in a tech context

Does politics evolve at the same rate as technology? Maybe it should. After all, the…

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Industrialists retain deficient expectations
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Industrialists retain deficient expectations

Indicative of many of our industrialists’ economic illiteracy or complete resignation to being global competitors,…

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Is Dr Mangudya a banker’s banker?
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Is Dr Mangudya a banker’s banker?

Over the past year, most of the RBZ’s efforts can be interpreted as facilitating a…

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Give space to popular will
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Give space to popular will

Chris Chenga Open Economy How does one differentiate populism from popular will? This is the recurring…

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Bond notes: Trading facts for politicised narratives
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Bond notes: Trading facts for politicised narratives

Chris Chenga Open Economy  — Too often in Zimbabwe, it is hard to hear facts…

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The slow  evolution of SMEs
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The slow evolution of SMEs

Chris Chenga Open Economy  — Global definitions of small to medium enterprises differ by region.…

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