Silent extinction: Matabeleland a hotbed of environmental crime

By collecting and analysing this data, experts are taking the first steps in expanding monitoring to more complex AI tools.
By Nokuthaba Mathema Jun. 21, 2024
AI and sustainability: Harnessing tech for a greener future for Zim
AI and sustainability: Harnessing tech for a greener future for Zim
By fostering open dialogue, knowledge sharing and collaborative research, Zimbabwe can accelerate the development and deployment of AI-powered sustainability solutions.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 21, 2024
Chitando’s return: Steel deals, exploration on the agenda
The draft has been done and we expect that it will be tabled in Parliament in the next month.
By Freeman Makopa Jun. 21, 2024
From one sacred cow to another
He struggled to stand finished the remainder of the lecture while seated.
By Muckracker Jun. 21, 2024
The Mazoe Downrun a reflective journey
The Day of the African Child is a poignant reminder that we must do more to protect and empower the next generation.
By Grace Chirenje Jun. 21, 2024
Alleviating national grid pressures: Striking a balance
In-line with the above, the operational independence afforded by self-generation of power may rather be overstated.
By Tinashe Duma Jun. 21, 2024
Supermarkets now dump sites for ZiG?
Meikles reported that revenue in foreign currency was below 20% of total sales and blamed the uneven enforcement of the exchange rate policy for this.
By Rufaro Hozheri Jun. 21, 2024
It is all talk and no action
In essence, the problem in Zimbabwe is a profound lack of integrity at all levels of governance and business.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 21, 2024
Editor's memo: In Zim if you don’t want to die, just don’t get sick
The solution to all this is ridding the country of mismanagement and high-level corruption by heartless people running public institutions
By Shame Makoshori Jun. 21, 2024
Fraud is the liability of the financial services provider
There is an urgent need for comprehensive legal and regulatory frameworks to hold financial service providers accountable for protecting
By Jacob Mutisi Jun. 21, 2024
REIT success requires more attention
To foster a robust and attractive REIT market, it is crucial to address the glaring gap in effective investor protection policies.
By Mike Juru Jun. 21, 2024
Reflections on high taxes, debt servicing in Africa
This implies that the cycle of high taxes has significant effects on the citizens' and countries' economies, as well as the ability to pay off debt.
By Artwell Dzobo Jun. 21, 2024
Actually, Zim is a great nation!
It will take generations to recover from the trauma that was caused by the liberation struggle
By Tanaka Chikwenhere Jun. 21, 2024
Who will save the tobacco farmers?
Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development, Obert Jiri told a tobacco conference that the sector should be a $60
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Jun. 21, 2024
ESG analysis of govt-issued bonds
The ESG analysts endeavor to determine the GoZ’s ability and willingness to pay the periodic interest and the bond value at maturity.
By Percy Jinga Jun. 21, 2024
Dangers of an informal economy
The government can also opt to provide a universal (blanket) pension payment to all senior citizens (over 65 years) who are poor.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 21, 2024
GNU: ANC’s attempt at political genius
To properly unpack my thesis, I must first draw the distinction between a coalition government and a government of national unity.
By Ntando Dumani Jun. 14, 2024
Embracing the ZiG as path to economic sovereignty
This shift signifies a departure from the reliance on Western fiat currencies, which have historically been instruments of economic coercion and control.
By Isheanesu Mavengere Jun. 14, 2024
Icaz, Camfed Zim collaborate in empowering young women
Full tuition scholarship to any tertiary education institution in Zimbabwe to study an undergraduate degree in accounting; and 
By Staff Writer Jun. 14, 2024
Why the muted insurance ratings impact from IFRS17?
According to the IASB, the objectives of accounting standards are transparency, consistency, accuracy and comparability.
By Godfrey Chingono Jun. 14, 2024
Balancing AI threats, benefits
Invest in AI security research and development to enhance the robustness and resilience of AI systems against adversarial attacks.
By Naison Bangure Jun. 14, 2024
World View: Emmanuel Macron’s strategy
Macron must realise that a great crisis over mass migration to Europe is coming in the near future, driven by out-of-control global warming.
By Gwynne Dyer Jun. 14, 2024
Lessons to draw from SA’s national health policy (II)
This is what motivated the South African government to try and bring balance by introducing National Health Insurance.
By Kevin Tutani Jun. 14, 2024
It is not all doom and gloom: We can still save our planet
While mitigation efforts focus on reducing the causes of climate change, adaptation measures are essential for coping with the existing and anticipated impacts.
By Darlington Muyambwa Jun. 14, 2024
The continued economics of biodiversity
Communities are suffering from having insufficient food and water. Companies have inadequate factors of production including energy.
By Patience Ukama Jun. 14, 2024
Using IT to rehabilitate Zim’s prisoners
Traditionally, rehabilitation efforts in Zimbabwe's prisons have focused on vocational training, counseling, and basic education programs.
By Jacob Mutisi Jun. 14, 2024
China’s soft power instruments in Zim
This would also help in community engagements and negotiations with chiefs, headman and ordinary villagers.
By Ronald Chipaike Jun. 14, 2024
Motoring: Mazda CX-5 a road companion
The CX5's flowing lines and sculpted curves create a dynamic and athletic appearance, ensuring that it stands out in any setting.
By Andrew Muzamhindo Jun. 14, 2024