Opinion & Analysis

2 weeks ago | January 6, 2019

Looking into the financial crystal ball

The economy was rattled particularly after the highly contested elections of July 30 2018, which saw domestic debt ...

Order! Dear Parliamentarians

It appears hubris is in some way eclipsing common sense in what is supposed to be the august House. Members of ...

Devolution: We are planning ahead

Government will soon be devolving power to provinces to ensure that they pursue area-specific projects to lift people ...

3 weeks ago | December 30, 2018

Business trends shaping Africa in 2019

Kieron Monks The performance of some of Africa’s largest economies in 2018 does not inspire confidence for the year ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: It won’t be easy, but it is doable

As we take a breather today and tomorrow, and prepare to welcome the New Year, obviously many are already compiling ...

War against corruption continues

“We must as a society encourage and inculcate the culture of hard honest work. The prosecution of perpetrators of ...

The beautiful Zim story we must tell

We need to counter the lies with facts and proclaim greater truths of our equal humanity, of decency and compassion. We ...

Academic pilgrims’ lives turned upside down . . . as Zim students ...

The story of stranded Zimbabwean students in foreign lands is as heartbreaking as it is unending. Zimbabwe’s acting ...

Surviving Ian Smith’s hit list

We continue chronicling the political life of Cde Jane Ngwenya. This week Cde Ngwenya narrates to our Deputy News Editor ...

A toxic ‘ism’ that has to die in 2018

One of the major issues that remain outstanding in Zimbabwe’s current reform process is clearing arrears owed to ...

A nation of gluttonous consumers

Munyaradzi Hwengwere So Zimbabweans fretted and vented about the shortage of Coca Cola over the festive season. ...

1 month ago | December 23, 2018

United we stand, divided we fall

Yesterday Zimbabwe celebrated Unity day — The day when Zanu-PF and PF Zapu signed the historic Unity Accord to foster ...

‘Peace and healing can only move us forward’

Zimbabwe’s Unity Day, which is celebrated on 22 December every year, lays background to the National Peace and ...

Zanu-PF girds loins for major economic uplift

An army donning nothing remotely linked to a camouflage - apparels made from a tapestry of red, yellow, black and green ...