Economy

Stir The Pot: Zimbabwe govt lacks spine

THE Zanu PF government is at long last trying to get back to the basics on its initial promises...

Blame poor planning by SADC for Southern Africa power problems

Many cities and towns in Southern Africa are resembling ghost towns at night as relentless and rolling power cuts...

The Struggle For The Soul Of Nigeria: In Search of The Next President

By Immanuel Obeng-Akrofi As Africa’s most populous country, the largest economy and a notable democracy, Nigeria is described as...

Post-Covid Recovery: Zimbabwe’s tough choices

By Paidamoyo Muzulu AFTER all the political dust of the March 26 by-elections has settled, Zimbabwe will have to...

Zambia Decides 2021

Hichelema Presidency: Building on a Broken Foundation

STARTING off with an emphatic win over incumbent Edgar Lungu, Zambia’s seventh President Hakainde Hichilema has had no honeymoon....

MEMO TO OUR MISLEADERS: TANZANIA’S PUBLIC DEBT WILL SOON BEGIN TO BITE

By Dr Bravious Kahyoza IT is Abba Eban (1915-2002), an Israel diplomat and politician, who said, “men and nations...

TANGANYIKA AT 60: A Technical Advice on Industrialization

By Dr Bravious Kahyoza MUCH of government policy in Tanzania is targeting recovery. We shouldn’t forget, however, that even...

Time for the US to rethink the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe?

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Zimbabwe will reach two decades under United States economic sanctions in December this year. The sanctions...

Zimbabwe transport woes: Women endangered by private cars

By Margaret Chinowaita Since the first national lockdown in April 2020, Zimbabwean commuters in urban areas have faced teething...

Zimbambwe: Mnangagwa Acquiring More Public Debt to Fund His Second-Term Bid

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Winning or losing an election is generally a referendum on the economy by citizens. More often...

Zimbabwe’s ‘false’ economic growth

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Zimbabwe Finance minister Mthuli Ncube recently painted a rosy picture of economic growth amidst ravaging global...

South Sudan at 10: Free, Not Free

By Awuor Alai July 9th 2021 was an important day in the calendar of South Sudan; the tenth independence...

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