Internal democracy weak in main local parties

PRIMARY elections to choose candidates for the National Assembly, Senate and local government polls conducted ...
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Zim needs both capital and aid

HENDRIK du Toit, founding chief executive of South Africa’s Investec Asset Management, now co-CEO of ...
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Elections’ big contra narratives

EVERY election has its story and narrative. So political parties and candidates need to tell ...
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Chamisa must avoid the Rehoboamian syndrome

THE personal conduct, including manner of speech, wisdom and intellectual capacity, as well as leadership ...
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Of veiled threats and fly-by-night tycoons

ON a tour of a solar plant in Mutoko this past weekend, President Emmerson Mnangagwa ...
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Our system of elections: Part II

Continued from last week Location of polling stations The law requires every polling station to ...
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Harare: A tale of two cities

The street vendors have more access to cash than regular businesses so you find cash ...
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Understanding operations management

A management function is an imperative which anyone thrust in a position of responsibility to ...
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‘MDC economic vision overambitious’

It would require a growth rate of 27% to build the current GDP to the ...
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Creating a developmental state

The MDC Alliance recently launched its manifesto for the forthcoming elections. This is quite a ...
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The quiet investors in Zim

One of the ways in which top analysts assess the health of an economy is ...
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Key economic policy issues that can restore Zim stability

BESIDES political stability, good policies and sound macro-economic fundamentals, business confidence is the single biggest ...
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Our system of elections: Part 1

Now that July 30 has been announced as the election date, it is important for ...
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Elections: Lies, damned lies, and statistics by politicians

“Chiwenga and others must remember the masses who supported their coup in Harare last November ...
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Trade deficit destabilises economy

Generally, the lower the trade deficit, the greater a country’s competitive strength and the higher ...
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