GNU: ANC’s attempt at political genius

To properly unpack my thesis, I must first draw the distinction between a coalition government and a government of national unity.
By Ntando Dumani Jun. 14, 2024
Why the muted insurance ratings impact from IFRS17?
Why the muted insurance ratings impact from IFRS17?
According to the IASB, the objectives of accounting standards are transparency, consistency, accuracy and comparability.
By Godfrey Chingono Jun. 14, 2024
Balancing AI threats, benefits
Invest in AI security research and development to enhance the robustness and resilience of AI systems against adversarial attacks.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 14, 2024
World View: Emmanuel Macron’s strategy
Macron must realise that a great crisis over mass migration to Europe is coming in the near future, driven by out-of-control global warming.
By Gwynne Dyer Jun. 14, 2024
Lessons to draw from SA’s national health policy (II)
This is what motivated the South African government to try and bring balance by introducing National Health Insurance.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 14, 2024
It is not all doom and gloom: We can still save our planet
While mitigation efforts focus on reducing the causes of climate change, adaptation measures are essential for coping with the existing and anticipated impacts.
By Darlington Muyambwa Jun. 14, 2024
The continued economics of biodiversity
Communities are suffering from having insufficient food and water. Companies have inadequate factors of production including energy.
By Patience Ukama Jun. 14, 2024
Using IT to rehabilitate Zim’s prisoners
Traditionally, rehabilitation efforts in Zimbabwe's prisons have focused on vocational training, counseling, and basic education programs.
By Jacob Mutisi Jun. 14, 2024
China’s soft power instruments in Zim
This would also help in community engagements and negotiations with chiefs, headman and ordinary villagers.
By Ronald Chipaike Jun. 14, 2024
Motoring: Mazda CX-5 a road companion
The CX5's flowing lines and sculpted curves create a dynamic and athletic appearance, ensuring that it stands out in any setting.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Jun. 14, 2024
Performance improvement plan: A guide for managers
It's a structured approach that provides employees with the opportunity to address their performance issues with the support of their manager.
By Memory Nguwi Jun. 14, 2024
Coping with social media and technology pressure
Ultimately, the key to coping with social media and technology pressure lies in mindful engagement.
By Sharon Chimwaza Jun. 14, 2024
Muckracker: A harbinger of things to come
Sir Wicknell was heard saying in a recorded phone call to his cronies, talking about his grip on state tenders.
By Muckracker Jun. 14, 2024
Finding hope in the winding path of life: Kunashe’s story
Academic excellence ... Society often places a premium on academic and professional achievement.
By Grace Chirenje Jun. 14, 2024
Key imperatives of succession planning in family businesses
Succession planning in family businesses helps ensure continuity and stability by preparing the next generation to take on leadership roles effectively.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jun. 14, 2024
Transforming the ZITF into Africa’s premier trade and business expo
The decision by ZITF to adopt green practices signifies a significant shift towards a more sustainable future for the event industry.
By Enos Denhere Jun. 14, 2024
Estimating Zim’s risk-free rate
Put into everyday life, this rate of return is like that important relative in a family who you probably don’t know exists but is very critical for the smooth going of all family affairs.
By Rufaro Hozheri Jun. 14, 2024
Ceteris Paribus: Prospects of exchange rate potential stability
The ZiG’s value is fixated against global gold prices, which renders the exchange rate against the US$ a direct influence of gold price fluctuations
By Tinashe Duma Jun. 14, 2024
Candid Comment: Manufactured crisis to enrich politicians, cronies
It is far higher than the region’s conflict flashpoints and war zones - where goods are looted by warlords and militia, triggering grinding shortages and steep price hikes.
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 14, 2024
Editor’s Memo: No need for fights with neighbours
Unaware that the meeting was not only being recorded, but would be released to the media, Mnangagwa made unflattering remarks about our northern neighbour.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 14, 2024
Addressing REIT policy gaps in Zim
The inadequate regulatory framework is one of the primary barriers to REIT growth in Zimbabwe.
By Mike Juru Jun. 7, 2024
New baby Gohori Resort embraces CSR
A plethora of activities from mountain hiking, bird watching, nature walks, swimming, visits to Mutoko monuments, the sacred Mutemwa Mountain and Ruchira Caves.
By Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Jun. 7, 2024
The rise of gluten-free lactose-friendly options
reimagined with a nod to heritage and a dash of contemporary flair, resulting in a harmonious blend of authenticity and creativity on the plate.
By Ruwarashe Muzamhindo Jun. 7, 2024
Knee pain due to injury or arthritis
The knee is a joint where the tibia, which is the shin bone (larger bone of the lower leg) and the femur (thighbone) meet and are held together by muscles, ligaments and tendons.
By Cimas Jun. 7, 2024
Lessons to draw from South Africa’s national health policy
It is the same one which eventually received Presidential approval on the 15th of May.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 7, 2024
Overconsumption of other people’s lives on social media
In recent years, the rise of social media platforms has revolutionized the way people communicate, share information, and connect with others.
By Gloria Ndoro-mkombachoto Jun. 7, 2024
The World Bank and land: Some questions
The report observes, “large farm establishment failed to create jobs and had little effect on smallholders’ access to technology or input and insurance markets while often competing for land.
By Ian Scoones Jun. 7, 2024
Indian election surprise
Poor fellow, having to run the country without instructions from above if God is busy elsewhere (as He sometimes is, even though He is really interested mostly in India, obviously).
By Gwynne Dyer Jun. 7, 2024