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THE current fiscal year is turning out to be very challenging for the Zimbabwean economy. The country is experiencing all the features of economic decline from a recession, high unemployment rate, declining corporate earnings and rising inflation. It is very difficult for various market players to comprehend that the country moved from deflation to stable inflation […]Continue Reading
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By Etiwel Mutero Many people had high hopes that since Mugabe no longer there, probably Mnangagwa will change the economy of Zimbabwe, people will get jobs, industries will open, a strong Zimbabwe dollar will return, democracy will be established, Zimbabwe will mend its relations with the international community, we waited and waited since people wanted […]Continue Reading
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 Paidamoyo Muzulu WHEN it staged the November 2017 coup, the military was very candid in its statement that the grave action was an effort to “restore Robert Mugabe’s legacy”, a heritage that over time had been reversed by flagging economic conditions. However, in addition to near universal education and health services, land reform, though brought […]Continue Reading
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by Wilbert Mukori  “The peace loving Zimbabweans must condemn the violence and destruction that has accompanied the visit of the minister of Foreign Affairs by the misguided elements of the opposition in the UK state,” wrote the sanctimonious Dr Masimba Mavaza. “Violence erupted in London when protesters took the law into their hands and started beating Continue Reading
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It is now clear that tribal battles at Bulawayo now over shadows service delivery.The city is facing serious water shortages,have poor roads, busting of sewer pipes posing a health hazard especially in areas like Emakhandeni,Cowdray Park and other Western suburbs of the city but people are no longer looking into that but they are now […]Continue Reading
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This is for Minister Chasi and the Government. Credible information which I have seen from ZESA suggests that there could be a total shutdown of the Kariba power plant by October 2019. This is due to dwindling water levels and overuse of the resource under the circumstances. It’s now common knowledge that ZESA charges for […]Continue Reading
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by Nicholas Ncube  The country is experiencing probably one of the worst power shortages. Industry is losing money , city councils do not have power to pump water to residents , there is very little fuel available and it seems everything is just a mess. These are not teething problems for the new dispensation , they […]Continue Reading