MINING consultancy, Core Consultants’ remarks this week Botswana remains a popular investment destination, specifically on the mining sector despite infrastructure challenges and global economic downturn, must be provide some sobering reflection in Harare.
FOR a change, I will not pillory President Robert Mugabe for his extravagant birthday bash in Victoria Falls tomorrow in a sea of man-made poverty and suffering in which he is the chief architect, but rather look into why he has failed during his protracted rule.
THOUGH reprehensible, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s outrageous utterances last weekend warning rural folk his party has devised a system where traditional leaders (chiefs), ward chairpersons and councillors would closely monitor them to ensure they voted for Zanu PF candidates
Zimbabwe is “back in business” according to the Reserve Bank governor, John Mangudya. There are growing signs of optimism as investors flock to Zimbabwe in search of investment opportunities.
THIS month marks six years since Zimbabwe adopted the multi-currency monetary system, popularly referred to as dollarisation, in response to the chaotic hyperinflationary period that had defined the country’s economy for almost a decade prior to February 2009.
February 21 in Zimbabwe is invariably a period of distasteful “gushing”, mainly by non-performing parastatals that want to get noticed.
This article examines the role of diplomatic relations during the first stages of the 1983 Gukurahundi in Zimbabwe.
The state constitution provides that if President Robert Mugabe dies or retires while in office, a nominee of Zanu PF will serve out his remaining term.
In the last several months, the media in and outside Zimbabwe has been in a frenzy over President Robert Mugabe.
AMID the pervasive gloom that appears to perpetually envelope the country, with frequent reports of company closures, retrenchments, bank failures, late or non-payment of salaries, endemic corruption and infrastructural collapse, among others, some rays of light seem to be filtering through.