Sanctions are real but… (Part 1)

By Prosper Chitambara The major highlight of the past week was the anti-sanctions march on Friday 25 October; a day designated as the anti-sanctions day by SADC and declared a public holiday by the government of Zimbabwe. While external sanctions are real and have had some negative implications on the economy, the worst form of …

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Sanctions or Corruption: Zimbabwe Remains on a Self-Destructive Path

By Wisdom Mumera Two epochal things happened after the coup that toppled former President Robert Mugabe; strategic moves aimed at starting a new foreign policy and setting the new regime on a new course for success. The first was the disengagement from the sanctions mantra blaming every failure on the Western measures. In January 2018 …

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Hunting for Money, Mthuli Gets A SMP

The country’s leaders have been running around searching for money or promises of such. This past week the Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube went to Washington DC where he was meeting with International Monetary Fund (IMF) honchos during the Spring Meetings. The aim according to state media: “Solicit for international financial support to reconstruct Cyclone Idai-ravaged …

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