ONE would have imagined that the chastising experiences of returning home empty-handed, after extending the begging bowl for financial assistance
ON Wednesday, Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda pleaded with foreign envoys to help convince their countries to fund the economic blueprint ZimAsset,
THIS week the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) published its revenue performance report for the first half of the year
LAST week this column addressed the colossal magnitude of Zimbabwe’s national debt.
ZIMBABWE has gone for a quarter of a century under confrontational and conflictual leadership that eschews consensus building in the management of the country’s affairs.
The best illustration we could have had of delusional leadership in Zimbabwe came recently with two striking headings.
“LISTEN TO your caliph and obey him. Support your state, which grows every day.”
BUSINESS organisations emerge, grow and most of them eventually disappear for good.
Although there is general consensus that an economy sinking in unsustainable debt must desist from borrowing, this is a point that unfortunately needs to be driven home hard to President Robert Mugabe’s government.
THE recently-elected Zifa board has to learn to cut its costs by curbing reckless expenditure in a bid to wipe out its crippling US$4 million debt.