Technology’s influence on jobs and economic design
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Technology’s influence on jobs and economic design

As the competent amongst us await their share of the promised two million jobs, government…

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An ideology of inclusion, not separation
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An ideology of inclusion, not separation

Every year that Zimbabwe celebrates Independence, there is a particularly interesting observation to note. It…

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End factionalism by creating a meritocracy
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End factionalism by creating a meritocracy

On November 27, 2015; Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa advised a gathering of…

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OPEN ECONOMY; Thank you war vets for freedom of choice
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OPEN ECONOMY; Thank you war vets for freedom of choice

It was a heart-warming sight on Thursday morning as we watched war veterans gather at…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Shut them down, Minister Zhuwao!
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OPEN ECONOMY: Shut them down, Minister Zhuwao!

The greatest misconception in the global economy today is that business and politics must be…

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OPEN ECONOMY: As their ideology slips, let’s keep ours
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OPEN ECONOMY: As their ideology slips, let’s keep ours

Throughout mankind’s history, the most effective means of justifying an ideology has been by offering…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Lack of accountability is the problem
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OPEN ECONOMY: Lack of accountability is the problem

GOVERNMENT is often accused of policy inconsistency and such concerns were also raised at a…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Economic nationalism is legitimate!
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OPEN ECONOMY: Economic nationalism is legitimate!

A regular theme of this column has been the importance of public discourse; how a nation…

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Open Economy: Understanding de-industrialisation and unemployment
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Open Economy: Understanding de-industrialisation and unemployment

“By contrast, Einstein seemed to invent general relativity simply because he wanted to — because…

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Open Economy: Let’s demand more  from business agents
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Open Economy: Let’s demand more from business agents

Governments worldwide have to deal with the pressure of satisfying the demands of business agents.…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Economic empowerment missing at Davos
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OPEN ECONOMY: Economic empowerment missing at Davos

On the eve of the annual World Economic Forum meeting at Davos, Oxfam released a…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Solutions in the wrong context
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OPEN ECONOMY: Solutions in the wrong context

I suspect that as an economy that went through the shock of hyperinflation, eventually losing…

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OPEN ECONOMY: We’re a copy of an economy
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OPEN ECONOMY: We’re a copy of an economy

It is widespread belief that once Zimbabwe is able to access more finance then our…

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Open Economy: Confusing disruption & distortion
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Open Economy: Confusing disruption & distortion

Disruption is a popular buzzword in the entrepreneurial community. It is meant to express a…

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OPEN ECONOMY: Debt, capital and investing in productivity
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OPEN ECONOMY: Debt, capital and investing in productivity

A country should inquire on the mindsets that form its collective understanding of the economy.…

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