Opinion & Analysis

4 years ago | February 15, 2015

PRESIDENT @ 91: How President Mugabe survived Chimoio attack

>> Third force wanted to replace liberation war leaders >> Zipra and Tongo’s grand rescue strategy revealed ...

SUNDAY DEBATE: Wither the pavement economy

 If we are to believe our city fathers, Harare will be a world-class city by 2025 – only 10 years from now.

OPINION: George Soros’ Wallet: From Ferguson to Harare

We hope before US-EU sanctions on Zimbabwe are lifted, President Obama doesn’t need the blessing and approval of Mr Soros.

OPEN ECONOMY: We must grow our own capital markets

These capital contributions can be through savings into financial institutions, investments into stock markets, or ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: The day Cde Report channelled Father Zimbabwe

There has always been something forthright and unapologetic about the Vice-Presidents that President Mugabe has ...

BISHOP LAZARUS: American soldiers singing at Gonoai??i??s farm

Viagra Gold without prescription, order zithromax. . . . Is Zanu-PF Youth League stuck in the past Itai??i??s like the ...

‘We are ready to invest in Zim’

Last week, a 19-member Invest Africa delegation visited Zimbabwe to explore investment opportunities. The international ...

OPINION: My two cents on the monetary policy

So demonetisation of the Zimbabwean dollar is finally happening. It reminds me of the constructive debates I had with my ...

The anatomy of indigenisation law changes

Zweli Lunga In January 2015, Government — through the Minister of Finance — gazetted important amendments to the ...

ZHUWAO BRIEF: Tackling under-employment in a skewed economy

Economic development is meaningless if growth cannot provide the majority with the opportunity to engage in productive ...

4 years ago | February 8, 2015

JORAM NYATHI: Living in dread of sex, cellphones.

Zimbabwe is fast hurtling into a state of anarchy. The desire to appear modern, democratic and progressive appears to ...

OPINION: Insight – Zeroing in 263 with Agenda 2063

Well, for starters, we must begin by congratulating President Mugabe for being elected AU Chair.

ZHUWAO BRIEF: There is no trickle-down, comrades

Zim-Asset recognises human resources as one of the key drivers of the economy and postulates that socio-economic ...

SUNDAY DEBATE with Mazara: Pardon us, Minister Chinamasa

Nothing really personal, Mr Minister, but you got some of us REALLY thinking this past week. I shall not go as far as ...