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Of roads, rumbles and rumblings

 Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus — The state of the roads in Harare and Zimbabwe in general has ceased to be funny. It is no longer an issue of social media jokes but one that is real, requiri...
Minister Bimha

2016: No winter lasts forever

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus— It is now less than 48 hours to go before 2016 paves way for 2017. This obviously not being just a game of numbers but one that should usher in a new dispensat...

We are back in the game!

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus — Phew! At last Zimbabwe has been restored as a full and legitimate member of the International Monetary Fund. All the previous restrictions that the country ha...
Women critical in
economic turnaround

Women critical in economic turnaround

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus — Current economic challenges demand that stakeholders in the economic think outside the box or far away from the box as many would posit. In all this, women, w...

Let’s break the nails!

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus My Word! Women are on a roll and they will stop at nothing you can be rest assured.A fortnight ago I attended a Women in Leadership seminar hosted by Namzim, a joint ...

No false start to agric season

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus The rains that fell in some parts of the country including Harare a few days ago may not have signalled the onset of the wet season but they did well to induce a cool...
Dr Mangudya

Debate on bond notes rages

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya did not mince his words a fortnight ago as he presented his Mid-Term Monetary Policy Statement when he insisted tha...
VP Mnangagwa

Corruption: Time to walk the talk

Victoria Ruzvidzo:Business Focus VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa was frothing at the mouth as he spoke against corruption on Tuesday. His message was clear: It is time we abandon lip service to fig...
Minister Chinamasa

Good day Minister Chinamasa

Victoria Ruzvidzo : Business Focus The Ministry of Finance portfolio has never been an easy one, not one for the faint-hearted but for those with the stamina and wherewithal to weather the storms tha...
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Peace a viable currency

Victoria  Ruzvidzo : Business Focus Peace and stability is a currency that a country can use to develop if harnessed, packaged and marketed well.Investors, both local and international are always rea...
Zimbabwe is known as a peaceful country, and efforts to by opposition forces to bring anarchy have largely been ignored by the majority of peace-loving Zimbabweans.

Let us sort out Harare

Victoria Ruzvidzo : Business Focus A capital city usually reflects the general state of a country. It is a microcosm of the whole nation and perceptions of the whole area largely based on this one pa...

Let’s consult widely before policies

Victoria Ruzvidzo : Business Focus The debate and even confrontation in some instances elicited by Statutory Instrument 64 since its launch a few months ago brings to the fore the need for Government...

Statutory Instrument 64: Lessons learnt

Victoria Ruzvidzo Business Focus The debate and even confrontation in some instances elicited by Statutory Instrument 64 since its launch a few months ago brings to the fore the need for Government t...
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Success possible with diasporans on board

Victoria Ruzvidzo : Business Focus The Diaspora factor has potential to play a critical role in our economy if given due attention. Zimbabwe has over the years benefited from remittances by non-resid...
Minister Chidhakwa

Industry must be revived

Victoria Ruzvidzo : Business Focus Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa was spot on last week when he proposed that the mining sector, and other sectors at large, could revive produ...