First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa greets Kudzai Manomano during a surprise visit at Harare Central Hospital to acquaint herself with the institution’s operations yesterday. —  (Picture by Chief Photographer Believe Nyakudjara)

Ministers must deliver on 100-day mandate

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Wow! It’s a busy period in the office for President Emmerson Mnangagwa and First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa as the new dispensation continues to unfold, ushering a new work cul...
The fact that this country has hosted many delegations means that business opportunities abound

Have investment deals gone sour?

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Zimbabwe has over the past few years hosted trade and investments missions from Europe, Asia and the African region among others, but of concern is the fact that these have...
Despite the panic buying that hit the country over the weekend, a quick survey has shown that basic consumer goods are still available in supermarkets, and the retailers association and manufacturers have pledged that supplies are available

Mayhem in economy self-defeating

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and other arms of Government should remain vigilant in their quest to subdue a potentially destructive wave of errant behaviour that has ...
President Mugabe

Government, business interface progressive

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Yesterday’s meeting between President Mugabe and the private sector was both timely and timeous. The economy has faced immense pressure in recent weeks and it needed such a...
As recently reported in our digital platform BH24, Zimbabwe could be losing at least $240 million annually to fuel fraud, which deprives Treasury of significant amounts in tax revenue

Graft, a spanner in the wheel of progress

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus The Airports Authority of India made a disturbing and yet exciting revelation last week when it reported that Zimbabwe could be losing millions of dollars through uncollect...
Global tourism market share map

Tourism tonic for Zim’s economic growth

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Government, global lenders, local and international financial institutions and other economic commentators have put forward varying numbers and rates at which Zimbabwe’s is...
The envisaged lifestyle audits by Zimra have the dual effect of augmenting revenue and enhancing transparency and accountability

The chickens are coming home to roost

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Lifestyle audits seem to send tremors down the spines of most. One can only surmise that the guilty are afraid. It certainly is not a crime to live a healthy, wealthy and p...
Dr Mangudya

Zim’s solution lies in production

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus On Wednesday, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya was raving mad as he lamented the failure by Zimbabweans to maximise on natural endowments, saying we were ...
For the year 2016, the AG produced three damning reports which are decidedly depressing insofar as they are an indictment on deficient corporate governance in many Government departments and parastatals

Act decisively on AG’s reports

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus The name Mildred Chiri sends shivers down the spines of many, both physically and metaphorically. She is one woman with a real spine herself. She says it as she sees it. Bu...
Minister Patrick Chinamasa

A big ‘No’ to cash externalisation

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”. We anticipate quite some gnashing of teeth and trembling as Government descends on those that have been externalising foreign curr...
Local and international analysts and institutions have released positive expectations about economic growth, premised on the success of Command Agriculture

Stop rot at Grain Marketing Board

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus Zimbabweans have a penchant for shooting themselves in the foot with such precision it is amazing. Quite a number of noble programmes and projects have failed to yield much...

Are we in the arena?

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. “The credit belongs ...