Celebrating youth day amid blistering inequalities

BY BRIAN CHITEMBA JUNE is an important month on the calendar for the youth. It is the month where brave youths in apartheid South Africa,...

Constrained to be inspired

BY FAITH ZABA "INSTEAD of freaking out about these constraints, embrace them. Let them guide you. Constraints drive innovation and force focus. Instead of trying...

Editorial Comment:Let us act on IMF recommendations

YESTERDAY Zimbabwe woke up to refreshing news from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The global lender predicted that gross domestic product (GDP) would rise...

From ZSE to VFEX with Padenga

BY TAFARA MTUTU The latest export incentives that are hinged on listing on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX) seem to be on the verge...

Sigh of economic relief on positive agric stats

BY EBEN MABUNDA ZIMBABWE is a landlocked southern African country with a total land area of over 39 million hectares, with 85,4% of the hectarage...

Zim truly blessed: From a nutty prophet to a genius economist

THE nation was this week left in a big puzzle, wondering as to which owner to listen to. First, it was announced that the country’s...

State of nation address a far cry from economic reality

BY KUDZAI KUWAZA THE concerns raised by bellwether company Delta Beverages over the state of the economy in its financial results coupled with the World...

Zim lost in constitutional transition?

BY SHARON HOFISI As the publicity over the constitutional amendment No. 2 Act has shown, government actions are increasingly becoming constrained by litigants who simply...

Foster dialogue with children to address their issues

ON the Day of the African Child, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) encourages the public to join the rest of the continent in...

Generation-Z lost to murky world of illegal dealings, drugs and sex

BY SAPIEN SAPIEN Drug and substance abuse has emerged as a potent threat to the African child, most specifically in Zimbabwe. As the continent celebrated...

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