Friday, April 20, 2018
Martin Tarusenga The information that high ranking officials in the Ministry of Finance (MoF) persistently hindered pensioners from securing their rightful benefits in various ways brings permanent secretaries, as administrative heads of ministries, in the spot light of macroeconomic performance. The Herald article “Thumbs up to lean Government — Now for...
Taurai Mangudhla Some have referred to it as the New Political Dispensation while others preferred to call it the New Economic Order. Whatever you decide, it’s no debate that the change in leadership at the highest office in the land has ushered in new hope that has been waning among citizens...
Prosper Ndlovu Bulawayo Bureau --- The anti-corruption stance under the new political dispensation has sent shivers down the spine of illegal dealers whose intoxicating influence has led to market distortions in the country’s economy. Economic experts say speculators have been cashing in on the country’s economic crisis to manipulate the...
Robert Gonye --- “We must be innovative” has become a mantra for the business community. However, few really know what it is and how to go about it. This has become paramount not only for survival but for profitability. In fact if you are to be around in the future...
Today marks the first week of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rule. While the events which culminated in the resignation of former president Mugabe were not what anyone could have imagined, it got the support and blessings of many Zimbabweans, who for long had suffered silently (repression) as the country took...
--- Modern investment is actually towards labour replacement Chris Chenga --- It is very rare to hear any prospective investor inquire on the job creation potential of an investment proposition; stocks, mutual funds, a new factory, or any other portfolio. It is only out of courtesy for such investors to hope...
Nixon Shingi Chekenya --- “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of foolishness…it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair…” wrote novelist Charles Dickens. This statement seems so befitting in describing the situation in Zimbabwe; with regard to...
. . . Is full dollarisation the answer? Clive Mphambela --- Following a decade of instability and hyperinflation spanning 1998 to 2008 that resulted in the decimation of financial assets and the eventual demise of the Zimbabwe dollar, Zimbabweans have recently been haunted by a sense of déjà vu. The wide...