THE post-Unity Accord period was marked by the introduction of the economic structural adjustment programme (Esap) in Zimbabwe at the insistence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
SHOCKING as the continuous revelations of corruption are, Zanu PF is being provided an opportunity of dealing with corruption once and for all.
ZIMBABWEANS are in shock over the recently reported salaries earned by senior managers at our public enterprises. The shock is, however, not surprising considering that the figures cited are beyond the imagination of any ordinary citizen.
IF massive poverty, inequality gap and labour unrests were not so readily perceivable, it would almost sound fictitious that Africans are still struggling in 2014 for basic economic rights.
THE LEFTIST ruling party, Zanu PF should seriously consider moving to centre right of the political spectrum for about three years in order to deal decisively with the issues of budget deficit, debt repayment and expenditure control.
THE Finance deputy minister Samuel Undenge has revealed that our traditional economic model, which was dominated by large businesses, has changed. It has given way to one driven by small-scale players.
MANY in the Zimbabwe Diaspora community desire to return home and re-establish their livelihoods. However, they face many challenges in this quest.
CRITICS of the late Nelson Mandela, argue that he sold out when he accepted a deal as part of his release from prison, not to engage in the nationalisation of wealth as outlined in the Freedom Charter.
THE suggestion by the Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu to commercialise the Vehicle Inspection Depot (VID) is a commendable step taken by the Zanu PF government.
WHEN people discuss political, economic and social issues, their viewpoints are shaped, consciously or subconsciously, by philosophies derived from the left or right of the political spectrum.