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Ritesh Anand Column: Zim must now focus on restoring production, investor confidence

Ritesh Anand Column: Zim must now focus on restoring production, investor confidence

While there are increasing signs of stability in the financial sector, risks remain amid growing signs of weakness in the economy. Challenges such as depressed commodity prices, drought conditions and…

What’s employment relations?

What’s employment relations?

Readers of this column have recently raised questions relating to employment relations. Below are some responses to some of the questions which are just illustrative and not exhaustive. Question: Is…

Ritesh Anand Column: Listed firms must have more women on boards

Ritesh Anand Column: Listed firms must have more women on boards

The recently concluded 26th African Union Summit held in Addis Ababa under the theme “African Year of Human Rights with particular focus on the Rights of Women” focused on the…

Respect can only be earned, Mr Zuma

Respect can only be earned, Mr Zuma

I AM a 27-year-old white South African man who loves this beautiful land with all of my heart and every fibre of my being. Having been blessed with…

9 Ways Money Does Buy Happiness

9 Ways Money Does Buy Happiness

“A person’s ability to savor experiences predicts their degree of happiness.” Research abounds on the “Can money buy happiness?” question, and there is evidence on both…

Zimbabwe: Africa’s best-kept secret?

Zimbabwe: Africa’s best-kept secret?

Anna Rosenberg, Head of Frontier Strategy Group’s Sub-Saharan Africa Research practice, recently on a research trip in Harare, finds that Zimbabwe holds large opportunities for business, despite the…

#Zimbabwe,now with Budget less than that of Pick’n’Pay Supermarkets, paying the price of Mugabe’s rule

#Zimbabwe,now with Budget less than that of Pick’n’Pay Supermarkets, paying the price of Mugabe’s rule

ANALYSISBy Dumisani Muleya FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday unveiled a flat US$4 billion budget for 2016, with revenues expected at US$3,9 billion. The minister said the projected…

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