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Intersectionality of women, land and corruption in Zim

The post-colonial Zimbabwean government maintained the distinction through the Communal Land Act.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva 7h ago

Ceteris Paribus: How currency crisis has impacted ZSE

While investors chase value-preservation from the fragile Zimdollar, the ZSE has proved to be the best safe-haven as it is directly driven by money supply and market developments.
By Tinashe Duma 7h ago

Parliament does the unpatriotic thing

It must be rejected by all who genuinely love Zimbabwe.
By Trevor Ncube 7h ago

Leaders strive to create benchmarks

Brands are compared and differentiated by their characteristics and attributes, as a more reliable and accurate measurement for consistent results.
By Tanaka Chikwenhere 7h ago

INTERVIEW: Lessons from Osaka: ‘Vital for Zim to hold credible elections’

For this reason, everyone deserves a chance to cast their votes and be confident that their vote will matter.
By Enos Denhere 7h ago

Employee retention: What works in practice

It makes no sense to retain an employee simply because they are in a critical role when their performance is below standard
By Memory Nguwi 7h ago

VPN, access to internet: All you need to know

By controlling the internet, ruling parties can quash dissident activity and monitor online communications.
By Jacob Mutisi 7h ago

Zimdollar: A timeline of how govt destroyed own currency

Struggles in sourcing forex from the auction begin to show.
By Tatira Zwinoira 7h ago

Is Treasury on right path on additional measures?

If some of these expenditures are not cut, liquidity will remain high thus exerting pressure on the exchange rate to depreciate.
By Victor Bhoroma 7h ago