Business closures surge as Foreign Capital flees China

The economic crisis in China has led to a significant reduction in public servants’ salaries, widespread layoffs, and an increase in unemployment.
By Financial Post Jun. 12, 2024

Feature: Poverty pushes underage girls to sex work

In 2015, sex workers got relief after a landmark ruling by the Constitutional Court that a woman could not be arrested for soliciting sex by merely being in a bar or nightclub.
By IPS Mar. 3, 2023

Cartoon: January 12, 2023 edition

Cartoon: January 12, 2023 edition
By The Watcher Jan. 11, 2023

Zim now one of the fastest growing African economies

Corruption persists like a festering wound slowly spreading to all of the state’s institutions.
By Respect Gwenzi Dec. 2, 2022

‘Change structure of economy for NDS1 to be achievable’

ZIMBABWE’s economic crisis over the last two decades has been characterised by a debilitating liquidity crunch, forex and cash shortage,
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 25, 2022

'Govt dipping fingers everywhere'

Government has been dipping its fingers everywhere through policy shifts.
By Shame Makoshori Sep. 8, 2022

Cartoon: September 8, 2022 edition

Cartoon: September 8, 2022 edition
By The Watcher Sep. 8, 2022

U.S. and Taliban make progress on Afghan reserves, but big gaps remain

A possible model could be the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund, a World Bank-administered fund created to get donations of foreign development assistance to Kabul, the U.S. source added.

By The Independent Jul. 26, 2022