Opinion & Analysis

2 weeks ago | February 9, 2020

Unpacking Ethiopia’s reform agenda

Ethiopia has seen dramatic transformation and change over the past century. Two of the biggest changes were the ...

‘Our system was corrupted by anti-revolutionaries’

In last week’s instalment, Cde Daniel Makaripe (DM) gave his narrative of the liberation struggle. Cde Makaripe is one ...

Peas can be a boon for local producers

The potential for vegetables to contribute to Zimbabwe’s exports cannot be overemphasised. Vegetables, just like all ...

Archaeology can be restorative after disasters

Archaeologists should be among the first professionals to get to affected areas and proffer solutions from the ...

Political stability remains elusive in Lesotho

In 2017 the estranged wife of Lesotho’s Prime Minister Tom Thabane was shot dead in suspicious circumstances two days ...

How local content policy in mining can stir growth

In my last instalment, I tried to make a case for leveraging on public procurement as a tool for industrialisation since ...

Directors should focus on the ‘forest’ not ‘trees’

Boards of directors should take a holistic governance approach and be responsible for the overall vision of an ...

2 weeks ago | February 5, 2020

Customer experience in customer service

As time turns the page, corporates excelling in customer experience will never see their businesses age!

3 weeks ago | February 2, 2020

Time EU lifted sanctions on Zim

The advent of the Second Republic led by President Mnangagwa has been characterised by a consistent adherence to a ...

We overdosed on Englishness

You can never be black and racist. It is impossible! In fact, it is nonsense!

‘It was easy crossing into Moza’

In this week’s instalment of Chronicles, we recount Cde Daniel Makaripe’s (DM) narrative of the liberation strugge. Cde ...

ICT governance key to attainment of Vision 2030

As the world drives towards the fourth revolution, innovation, information and communication technologies (ICTs), have ...

Deconstructing Prof Mutambara’s ahistorical narrative

Last week Professor Arthur Mutambara ignited debate on social media platforms after writing a lengthy piece criticising ...

Zim eyes horticultural exports at Fruit Logistica

As Zimbabwe intensifies efforts to revive the economy, the agricultural sector is a low hanging fruit with potential to ...