Candid Comment: Time to revisit the IMPI report

The information that business executives acquire from college is mostly basic.
By Shame Makoshori Apr. 19, 2024

China Impacting Regional Stability And Autonomy Of Maldives

Since assuming office in November of the previous year, President Muizzu, who is viewed as having pro-China inclinations, had requested India to withdraw its troops from Maldives.
By The Singapore Post Apr. 18, 2024

Wagner Group is the best solution to restore security in the DRC

The Blue Helmets proved so ineffective that the Congolese government announced their withdrawal in January 2024.
By Séraphin Ekane Apr. 17, 2024

Strengthening Parliament’s role in public finance management in Africa

This suggests that a key element of a contemporary democratic system is parliamentary oversight of public spending.
By Artwell Dzobo Apr. 5, 2024

DRC elections and what it means for Africa’s democracy

 In a pivotal moment for DRC, nearly 44 million Congolese out of the total 102 million people in the country were registered voters for the December 2023 elections.

Reflections on the debt crisis in Zim

The acquisition of these weapons was intended to support the apparatus of repression. It was employed to subdue the nationalist liberation movement.
By Artwell Dzobo Mar. 28, 2024

‘Sikhala still undergoing treatment’

During his incarceration at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison, Sikhala said he suffered from abdominal pain on his left side and expressed fear that it could be colon cancer.
By Problem Masau Mar. 27, 2024

Beverage makers, Zimra lock horns over sugar tax

The government imposed a fee of US$0,002 per gramme of sugar found in beverages at the start of the year. However, in response to industry criticism, the tax was lowered to US$0,001.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 22, 2024

Business decries tax regime

Basically, we are taking time to do some introspection as businesses on the operating macro-environment.
By Melody Chikono Mar. 22, 2024