Analysis

6 days ago | November 20, 2020

Sober Treasury manages pay rises

As anyone at Alcoholics Anonymous will tell you, there is no such thing as “one little drink” for an alcoholic: they ...

The week big brands came out to play

We all have to agree that the past week was full of anticipation, drama,  curiosity and grief — all packed into one ...

Is research informing policy in Zim?

Alfred M. Mthimkhulu One of the first ancillary policy documents the current Government produced was the National ...

2021 strategic vs tactical planning

Robert Gonye With 2020 almost coming to an end, planning for next year is then key. The what, when, and how will you ...

2 weeks ago | November 13, 2020

Towards an international financial centre

One of the most intriguing developments in the young discipline of Finance is the rise of the Eurobond market. The first ...

A look at Ginimbi’s business acumen

Last week I decided to conduct a research into service provision within the construction industry. This was precipitated ...

Driving customer success acquisition to grow your enterprise

If you ask a group of customer professionals what their job is, you’d probably get a handful of wide-ranging answers ...

3 weeks ago | November 6, 2020

Mining as a lever for domestic resource mobilisation

As a concerned citizen, and a socio-economic justice activist, I am disturbed by how the pandemic, Covid-19, is piling ...

4 weeks ago | October 30, 2020

The power of mistakes in business

Lucky Dube, (God rests his beautiful soul,) sang a song I know will resonate with the majority of us. The song “It’s not ...

Call for consolidation of the forex auction system

It is now generally accepted in the market that the foreign currency auction trading system has proved to be the silver ...

Employ the Devil’s advocate

What will cause the downfall for  many of us is not criticism, but praise. We often think we are flawless mostly but ...

1 month ago | October 23, 2020

Government doing better than it claims

Publicised, sections in the Public Finance and Management Act is section 28, which requires the Treasury to publish ...

Resilience in the face of Covid-19

Mukasiri Sibanda As a concerned citizen, and a socio-economic justice activist, I am severely disturbed by how the ...

Be a generational thinker

Arthur Marara “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” (Warren Buffett). ...

SA’s main index halts rally

South Africa’s main stock index halted a two-day rally, after falling 0.4 percent yesterday, as Sasol Ltd. joined ...

Reflections on industrial development

In 1793, Eli Whitney invented a basic machine that arguably changed the course of industrial development in the world. ...

Business characters from trees

The grinding of a chainsaw woke me up from my peaceful reverie on the verandah where I was taking a nap. A quick ...

Transforming current gains into tangible social benefits

Misheck Ugaro The challenge the country faces now is how to make positive developments being achieved into tangible ...

1 month ago | October 19, 2020

Covid-19 exposes insurance service gaps

Tawanda Musarurwa Last October this writer wrote a piece that sought to highlight the significant potential of ...

1 month ago | October 16, 2020

JUST IN: Treasury releases 2021 Budget Strategy Paper

   Tawanda Musarurwa Government has released the 2021 Budget Strategy Paper that basically outlines the fiscal strategy ...