Corporate scandals call for systems rethink
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Corporate scandals call for systems rethink

Although the fundamental goal of corporate governance is to foster optimal success of organisations, the…

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Boko Haram, the crippling of Islam in Africa
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Boko Haram, the crippling of Islam in Africa

Radical movements in Africa are hurting the future of Islam on the continent. In the…

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Tobacco pricing controversy: What are the options
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Tobacco pricing controversy: What are the options

The tobacco marketing season which opened in February is now around day 50 and so…

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Tribute to Killian Mupingo
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Tribute to Killian Mupingo

Obituary 20 January 1962 — 1 May 2014 Dates do not hold the same meaning…

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Biti could spell trouble
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Biti could spell trouble

AS we revealed way back in 2010, Tendai Biti’s Project 2016 to remove Tsvangirai from…

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Mugabeai??i??s 90 000 cronies
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Mugabeai??i??s 90 000 cronies

An often-cited criticism of the Land Reform Programme in the Western media is the alleged…

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MDC-T circus: meet the players
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MDC-T circus: meet the players

Given the recent circus being put on show by our brothers and sisters in the…

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We need labour  market flexibility
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We need labour market flexibility

The arguments of Labour against labour market flexibility proposals by Minister Chinamasa are quite interesting.…

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Our journalists are zombies
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Our journalists are zombies

The Herald Business on Friday carried an article on a report presented at the World…

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Are we a viable entertainment market?
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Are we a viable entertainment market?

Open Economy Bollywood India — US$1,3 billion industry. India population 1.2 billion. Nollywood Nigeria —…

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Chinese employers beating workers understandable
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Chinese employers beating workers understandable

The local Press has vilified the Chinese accusing them of being cruel employers, racist even.…

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What came first, Jongwe or the egg?. . . A critique of Vince Musewe’s ‘What Tsvangirai could learn from Nkomo’
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Prof Moyo’s full statement on police Press march ban
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Prof Moyo’s full statement on police Press march ban

On the one day when the national media is, along with its peers around the…

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Telecel, Econet battle for supremacy…  NetOne now insignificant
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Telecel, Econet battle for supremacy… NetOne now insignificant

Darlington Musarurwa Six years ago customers hunted for scarce mobile phone SIM cards that were…

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Mazda good enough for ministers?
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Mazda good enough for ministers?

Criticism of second-hand car imports by Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa have sparked public calls for…

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