WHILE Zimbabwe is supposedly busy laying the groundwork for credible, free and fair elections, the country’s muddled mobile voter registration exercise heralds chaotic polls.
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DR Ibbo Mandaza, a local academic, author and publisher, always has interesting “theories” on politics, current events and how things are likely to pan out.
PARLIAMENT on Wednesday passed, with amendments, the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Bill.
TO enhance wealth, a business can pursue two broad strategies, either growth (of revenues through price increase or increased sales volumes) or productivity.
Global recession has led to slow growth in most developed economies.
RECENT arbitrary arrests of prominent human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa and senior MDC officials, have been interpreted by some, as the last kicks of a dying horse.
This installment seeks to draw the attention of stakeholders to the inadvertent dangers that could befall our economy if we choose to throw caution to the wind.
George W Bush wasn’t lying about Iraq after all, and those of us who said that he was owe him an apology.
We were struck by the Herald’s claim that President Robert Mugabe should be commended for securing food supplies from Zambia and thus averting starvation.
The size of any economy, its growth or shrinkage, is generally determined by evaluation of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).