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The difference in gender wealth

Women are still grossly underrepresented at every level of the corporate ladder, and their numbers decrease the higher up the institutional ladder we climb.
By Nicole Shana May. 19, 2023

Of women’s political exclusion: A case study of Nigeria

Due to gender biases, women’s exclusion emanates from the way they are portrayed; for instance, they are regarded as inferior and thus incapable of ruling.

Of WEF’s Great Reset initiative

The first meeting of the Great Reset was held in June 2020 soon after the outbreak of COVID-19.
By Monaclaire C Madovi and Angela Mufundisi Mar. 22, 2023

All systems go for Zimbabwe, says Mthuli Ncube

Finance minister Mthuli Ncube said the country’s economic fundamentals were sound and forecast healthy growth in the next five years.
By African Business Feb. 5, 2023

How the accounting profession is key to Zimbabwe’s sustainable economic development

The public sector cannot meet this challenge without substantial support from private investors.
By Kevin Dancey and Bruce Vivian Jan. 31, 2023

Charity begins at home

If this does not promote inequality and drive into poverty all those who do not support the ruling party’s way of doing things, then God help us.
By Newsday Jan. 27, 2023

‘Elections to stoke inflationary pressures’

Economists have warned of the threat of inflation as they expect government to spend more as it  seeks re-election.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jan. 25, 2023

Zim foreign policy under the spotlight

It’s a vision that he had given glimpses of in his time as vice president. Wearing his now trademark flag-inspired scarf, Mnangagwa proclaimed that Zimbabwe was “open for business.”
By Makomborero Muzenda Jan. 20, 2023

Ukraine's interior minister among 15 dead in helicopter crash

"I'm confident because this is what I'm hearing here, talking with other leaders. There is momentum," Gabrielius Landsbergis told Reuters in an interview.
By Reuters Jan. 18, 2023