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Developing and adpoting A1

Each basic infrastructure listed above is critical in supporting sustainable socio-economic development and technological innovation.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 19, 2024
World View: A pantomime crisis, not a real war
World View: A pantomime crisis, not a real war
Then the United States would feel obliged to save Israel from the evil Iranians, and all that ugly stuff in Gaza would just fade into the background.
By Gwynne Dyer Apr. 19, 2024
Rethinking work for black, African women
The toxicity that permeates workplaces has become an insurmountable burden, a weight that threatens to suffocate my ever-vibrant and passionate spirit.
By Grace Chirenje Apr. 19, 2024
Time to revisit the IMPI report.
This is important in building the democracy that we all yearn for. Exposing corruption and holding power to account is a critical element.
By Opinion Apr. 19, 2024
Why are we losing our country’s wealth?.
Also, Mushayavanhu opened the bank’s vaults showing the country only had 1,5 tonnes of gold with another one tonne reportedly being kept outside Zimbabwe.
By Tatira Zwinoira Apr. 19, 2024
Looking after your liver crucial for good health
There are several ways to care for your liver that can help reduce the risk of liver disease and keep your liver functioning optimally.
By Cimas Apr. 19, 2024
Delightful world of 7 rings doughnuts
As the aroma of freshly baked goodies wafts through the air, it beckons both the sweet-toothed and the curious to indulge in their delectable offerings.
By Ruwarashe Muzamhindo Apr. 19, 2024
Profitability starts with sustainable supply chain (I)
Some companies are therefore moving towards a circular economy featuring zero waste as all resources used in products are recycled or reused.
By Charles Nyika Apr. 19, 2024
Leveraging strong corporate governance in parastatals
By offering a safe reporting avenue, organisations encourage accountability and trust.
By Adelaide Chimbarara Apr. 19, 2024
Impact of AI on education in Zim
Authorities seem unsure how to address this shift, suggesting AI's influence may currently be limited to certain areas, minimising its overall impact.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 19, 2024
Redesigning Zim’s water policy
Sewage treatment plants are also problematic in that they consume a lot of electricity and function on expensive equipment, which can be difficult to replace.
By Kevin Tutani Apr. 19, 2024
How rent-to-buy car scams are affecting Zimbabweans
These fees are usually substantial and non-refundable, ranging from a few hundred to several thousand dollars.
By Jacob Mutisi Apr. 19, 2024
Reflections on the 2024 Monetary Policy Statement
The new governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (Dr John Mushayavanhu) presented the Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) on the 5th of April 2024.
By Admire Nyabunze Apr. 19, 2024
Improving performance management system
This fosters a culture of trust, demonstrates that employee voices are valued, and can lead to invaluable insights for improvement.
By Memory Nguwi Apr. 19, 2024
Wellness: The 21st century’s most critical competence:
Achievement of personal, professional and business goals is possible where intellectual wellness exists.
By Jessie Mhaka Apr. 19, 2024
Cucumbers: Quick return on investment
The quickest way to identify an English cucumber at the grocery store is by its shrink wrap.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Apr. 19, 2024
Civic leadership, activism in the age of rising authoritarianism
In the age of rising authoritarianism and a total disregard for the eternal values of love and justice, we are all activists.
By Dzikamai Bere Apr. 19, 2024
AWS: The dark side of AI (II)
The unrestrained race for AI supremacy among Chinese, Russian and United States researchers does not augur well for cooperation.
By Arthur Mutambara Apr. 12, 2024
Motoring: Renault Megane RS 300: a speed demon hatchback
This move brought the company's racing efforts in line with Renault overall, and the RS name has been around ever since.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Apr. 12, 2024
World View: Middle East: A bigger war?
It was a major escalation in the decades-long confrontation between Israel and Iran, for no apparent reason.
By Gwynne Dyer Apr. 12, 2024
Zanu PF enters succession waters
Its relationship with the military seems to have become strained over the years.
By Ntando Dumani Apr. 12, 2024
Unveiling lessons from the Ocean
The ocean's resilience, the power of AI The ocean, with its vastness and ever-changing nature, teaches us the essence of resilience.
By Grace Chirenje Apr. 12, 2024
Muckracker: The real verdict on ZiG will come from Mbare
Also, the ZiG is of no use for motorists, who still need to use other currency without the name Zimbabwe in it to pay for their petrol and diesel.
By Muckracker Apr. 12, 2024
The natural resource curse
In the schools of Hwange, dust particles settle atop tables, chairs, and even classroom floors.
By Unika Kombora Apr. 12, 2024
AI in Zim: Revisiting the basics
Through AI-powered chatbots, businesses can provide real-time customer support and personalised interactions, elevating service quality and efficiency.
By Naison Bangure Apr. 12, 2024
Letter to the President: Plight of the girl child in Matabeleland
They accompany the learner in the morning and make the same journey five hours later to collect the child.
By Sandra Nokuthula Gama Apr. 12, 2024
Ceteris Paribus: ZiG exchange rate on the horizon
South Africa is Zimbabwe’s biggest trading partner, with more imports coming from South Africa than any other country.
By Tinashe Duma Apr. 12, 2024
How stress affects women
Stress emerges as one of the foremost obstacles hindering the acceleration, progress, growth, and empowerment of women.
By Jessie Mhaka Apr. 12, 2024