Nobleman Runyanga 

Since October last year, Zimbabwe’s economic landscape has been characterised by steep price increases and increasing inflation. These have been born of unscrupulous traders who are charging for their goods and services in either the United States dollars (USD) or pegging their prices against the greenback using black market exchange rates.

Derick Tsimba

Last week President Emmerson Mnangagwa indicated that Zimbabwe would soon have its own currency. This should benefit the country immensely from the introduction of its local currency through adoption of various economic activities that are attached to a country using its own currency.

Chigumbu Warikandwa

Austerity is a new term on the vocabulary of the average Zimbabwean. Regardless of the fact that the government of Zimbabwe designed and is enforcing austerity on the economy, fewer than expected people have sought to understand the meaning of this term and its effects.

Elijah Chihota

In the Bible when Jacob was faced with a situation he was supposed to meet Esau his brother he was so afraid knowing that he had subtly stolen the latter’s blessing. During the night, Jacob wrestled an angel and failed to prevail. Jacob fought with his might until he got the much coveted blessing knowing that his survival at the hands of Esau was anchored on this.

Rudo Saungweme

Since January this year consumers have been at the receiving end of traders and service providers who are pegging their prices on the United States dollar (USD) to the RTGS dollar exchange rate citing the spiralling rate. Suppliers and retailers are doing injustice to the consumers by taking advantage of the multi-currency system to cream them off.

Nobleman Runyanga

When Nelson Chamisa seized control of the MDC from the heiress apparent, Dr Thokozani Khupe in February last year while his predecessor, Morgan Tsvangirai’s body was still lying in a South African funeral parlour, Tsvangirai’s name never departed from his mouth.  

Gift Mashoko

Last week`s launch of the formal political dialogue between Zimbabwe and the European Union (EU) is a noble gesture as both parties agreed to work together in socio-economic and political areas.