Governance crisis in family business

GROWING up as a child, I used to notice that some big family business enterprises ...
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Currency crisis blights tourism sector

THE tourism sector has been recovering after years of being hard hit by negative perception, ...
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Resource extraction: The new Scramble for Africa

This is the third instalment of a series of articles of the introductory part of ...
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Bond notes morphed into RTGS dollar: Rebirth of the Zim dollar

Zimbabwean central bank authorities have a traceable record of overnight monetary policy changes. Memories of ...
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Doable recovery policies required

FROM all indications, Zimbabwe is plunging into the abyss of recession, then stagflation, a condition ...
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Zim@39 — tell no lies . . . claim no easy victories

My first visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was in 1999. Soon after ...
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Gukurahundi: Truth, justice critical

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and a coalition of south-western region civil society groups, the Matabeleland Collective, ...
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Orchestra Dry Jokes basks in bereavement fund glory

“As you know, we crossed each other with the British over the land reform programme, ...
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Anti-corruption campaign insincere

THE failure by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to tackle high-level corruption—which has contributed immensely to ...
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Zim’s path to prosperity

ON April 3, I gave President Emmerson Mnangagwa a letter from my government conveying the ...
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Economy: Good and bad news . . .

IT was good news for Zimbabwe that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff and the ...
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Let the bones of Gukurahundi genocide speak

WHEN you see an impala sprinting headlong into a wildfire, something more terrifying than the ...
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Extinction of the dinosaurs

ONE critical thing which yesterday’s military coup that ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir — wanted ...
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The practice of mindful leadership

THE practice of mindful leadership may be one of the most important competencies in business, ...
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The rapid industrialisation of provincial economies

THE rapid modernisation and industrialisation of provincial economies is key to achieving Vision 2030, in ...
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