Nationalists and their sordid escapades

According to Bhebhe, Tekere and Nkala were always feuding and insulting each other ad nauseam.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 29, 2023
Motoring: Go well Nembaware,  the medical visionary
Motoring: Go well Nembaware, the medical visionary
He majored in physiology while studying medicine at UZ. I am told not every student intercalates. Only a few sharp and determined ones are allowed.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Sep. 29, 2023
El Nino: Spare a thought for rural poor
These are areas that suffer interminable droughts or flooding in the best of years - what more in an El Nino year?
By Taruvinga Magwiroto Sep. 29, 2023
Candid Comment: Retail sector troubles a tip of iceberg
The retail chain is one of the largest in the country with over 60 outlets, so its experiences reflect the dilemma facing retailers and many formal businesses.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Sep. 29, 2023
Ceteris Paribus: China’s response to real estate bubble: Can Zim replicate?
A real estate bubble occurs when property prices rise significantly above their intrinsic value.
By Tinashe Duma Sep. 29, 2023
Take-aways from Metro Peech & Browne case
Debt is like a double-edged sword, appropriately utilised can propel to company to grow but also has the potential of sinking down the company.
By Rufaro Hozheri Sep. 29, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Fix public health system urgently
But picture this, Nembaware, was ferried to Old Mutare Hospital in a Honda Fit.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 29, 2023
Combating illicit financial flows crucial for Africa’s development
In accordance to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Africa loses up to US$60 billion each year in illegal cash flows.
By Enos Denhere Sep. 29, 2023
Muckracker: From a genius plan for Harare to a siltation gala
Indeed, people will flock from all around the world to see this marvel of poor environmental management.
By Muckracker Sep. 29, 2023
Politics of ethnicity: Jumping from the pan into the fire
“This was the Zezuru position after all the Zanu infighting in Zambia, which led to Herbert Chitepo’s death on March 18 1975.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 22, 2023
Dissecting Mnangagwa’s new cabinet
Whether that is enough to provide the impetus for salvaging the fortunes of the nation remains subject to debate, but that intention is discernible.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 22, 2023
Muckracker: First Lady of all first ladies
Speaking of delusional people, Muckraker never fails to be entertained by our people who like protesting against our owners abroad
By Muckracker Sep. 22, 2023
Motoring: Toyota Vitz: One of the best low-cost cars
In addition to providing access to your vehicle's settings and diagnostic information, the infotainment system now supports Apple CarPlay and Google's Android Auto.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Sep. 22, 2023
How climate change is disrupting food, nutritional security in Zim
This week also provides a platform for advocating for the adoption of policies and interventions that promote nutrition security at the national and global levels.
By Cliff Chiduku Sep. 22, 2023
BNC turns to high-volume, low-grade mining strategy
The decrease in turnover to US$49,5 million was a direct result of reduced nickel concentrate sales volume, despite the increase in nickel prices.
By Rufaro Hozheri Sep. 22, 2023
Editor’s Memo: Bloated cabinet must deliver
Public service reforms are essential for efficient governance and he must also introduce social safety net programmes to protect vulnerable groups.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 15, 2023
Candid Comment: Zim-Zambia standoff: An unnecessary tiff
These are crucial to the country’s very survival and Zimbabwe cannot afford to go to any kind of war with them, verbal or otherwise.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Sep. 15, 2023
World View: Armenia: Last round?
They held their own against the neighbours for a while, but now they are making a bad mistake.
By Gwynne Dyer Sep. 15, 2023
Adoption of the 2013 Constitution of Zim
The fourth phase is completed by the agreement of January 17 2013, discussed above.
By Arthur Mutambara Sep. 15, 2023
Motoring: Ford Everest becomes more exclusive
Choose from eco, normal, tow/haul, slippery, mud and ruts, and sand as your driving mode.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Sep. 15, 2023
MPs, councillors’ call of duty to develop Zim
It is time to challenge the belief that development is reserved only for those aligned with certain political ideologies.
By William Ngezi Sep. 15, 2023
Ceteris Paribus: Exchange rate vs political volatility
This is alarming in an economy that is more than 80% informal.
By Tinashe Duma Sep. 15, 2023
MUCKRAKER: Zim now a family business
Some people are, of course, making noise that our current owner has appointed his own son into the government.
By Muckracker Sep. 15, 2023
New wave of mergers in the banking sector
Econet Wireless and Cassava Smartech, now Ecocash Holdings, is another classical example of the divide and create value rule.
By Rufaro Hozheri Sep. 15, 2023
Time to contain Zim’s election crisis decisively.
While Mnangagwa’s government might have played politics within the UN countries, which publicised their congratulatory messages, the UN message is clear:
By Sharon Hofisi Sep. 15, 2023
Casino apps that pay real money in Zim
While in the early and mid-2010s, dedicated software was more or less necessary for smooth mobile gaming.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Sep. 14, 2023
Candid Comment: The next five years cannot be more of the same
That should give him enough freedom to focus on his stated wish to develop and modernise the country.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Sep. 8, 2023
Editor’s Memo: What legacy will Mnangagwa leave?
This is a critical moment in Zimbabwe’s contemporary political and governance era.
By Faith Zaba Sep. 8, 2023