Analysis

1 month ago | December 6, 2019

What’s in a budget?

Clifford Shambare Every year this time, the national budget creates considerable interest among the populace, and ...

First 6 months as sales leader

Having had the pleasure of working with a number of sale leaders, I have come to understand the anxiety and excitement ...

Let’s trade, shall we? Human resources in business

This week we continue on our journey with Olivia Simbajena. Simbajena is a businesswoman whose business falls under the ...

Building strong educational brands

The Grade Seven 2019 results are out! And my niece Shumirai Eva Sithole who went to Cross Kopje Junior, got a string of ...

1 month ago | December 5, 2019

More than 1,000 cryptocurrencies have already failed – here’s ...

Many cryptocurrencies have been launched in the past few years, often to great fanfare and celebration, only to fade and ...

1 month ago | December 4, 2019

Banning Huawei could cut off our nose to spite our face. Good 5G ...

Christopher Findlay Productivity growth matters. In advanced economies over the past 15 years it has fallen by half. ...

2 months ago | November 29, 2019

The path to economic revival

Since the presentation of the 2020 National Budget a fortnight ago, the country’s attention has once again shifted to ...

Power of positive thinking

“When you replace negative with positive thoughts, you start having positive results.” (Willie Nelson).

2 months ago | November 25, 2019

More transparency needed on out-of-budget spending

Tawanda Musarurwa Zimbabwe is currently experiencing the impact of inflationary pressures, which has affected both ...

2 months ago | November 22, 2019

2020 Budget: Consensus building for Zimbabwe

Misheck Ugaro The recent budget for 2020 announced by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli ...

Come clean on spying allegations, BAT told

The tobacco industry can’t quite shake off its shady image.

How Africa can benefit from digital age

Strive Masiyiwa How best can governments, business, and civil society ensure the extraordinary power of digital ...

‘Sitting on the fence’ businesses

These days, having a bucket list is considered as the “in-thing”. A bucket list is made up of the things that you want ...

Let’s trade, shall we?

We have been following the journey of Transport Business Management for a few weeks now, and by so doing, we have ...

The story of ‘Ndibiseyi ziso’

Since it is easy to be bored by the monotony of a heavy diet designed to deal with our current situation of a difficult ...

2 months ago | November 20, 2019

McDonald’s upheaval is a stern reminder to CEOs about ethics

Hugh Arnold    The board of directors of McDonald’s recently announced it was terminating the employment of chief ...

2 months ago | November 19, 2019

To tackle unemployment, start by empowering jobseekers

Michael Sanders, Alex Gyani & Elspeth Kirkman  If you’ve ever lost your job, you’ll know how overwhelming and ...

2 months ago | November 18, 2019

Austerity: Live within your means or die within your means?

Tawanda Musarurwa All things being equal, an economy must be inclusive and for the benefit of all. But sometimes, just ...

2 months ago | November 15, 2019

How to get ready as the US-China trade war spills over to other ...

Hongzhi Gao, ivy guo & Tarek Soliman  The ever-escalating tensions in trade relations between the US and China have ...

Mthuli may pull the rabbit out of the hat

The Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Professor Mthuli Ncube, may pull the rabbit out of the hat after all. ...