HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo revealed that government will soon outlaw the conferment and acceptance of degrees from unaccredited institutions.
In his victory speech on Sunday night, Emmanuel Macron, the next president of France, said: “I want to become … the president of the patriots in the face of the […]
IN this serialised article, a veteran lawyer with a wealth of experience gives a legal perspective on the court battle between government and African Consolidated Resources plc (ACR, now Vast […]
AFTER being in power for 39 years, the Kenya African National Union (Kanu) was defeated in the 2002 elections after opposition parties formed the National Rainbow Coalition (Narc), an electoral […]
CONTRARY to allegations that Western governments “did nothing” when Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s army went on the rampage in the early 1980s, they may have helped prevent total slaughter. But […]
Increased export revenue following strong tobacco harvests are helping in stabilising the current account deficit as they offset rising import demand. The current account deficit is expected to remain relatively […]
THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is leaving no stone unturned in its bid to turn around the cash crisis that has locked the nation in a throttlehold.
In recent months, bond notes have lulled the government into a dangerous sense of security, but the chickens are coming home to roost and there is no denying the harsh […]
AS the world prepares to commemorate Workers’ Day on Monday, there is nothing for employees to cheer about in Zimbabwe, where 95% of its employable population is stranded.
WATCHING President Robert Mugabe ungainly walking in public or labouring through some turgid and soporific prepared text — often with slurred speech — evokes different emotions ranging from sympathy, astonishment […]