Category: Business

Partnerships critical in alleviating hunger

By Byron Mutingwende   It’s September 2015 in Chivi District in Masvingo Province, Maud Huruva is toiling her field in the scorching heat of the afternoon....

ZIMRA urges more tax compliance

By Byron Mutingwende   The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) has urged citizens to contribute in the national revenue by voluntarily complying to pay taxes. In his...

Shocking corruption at TIZ: A personal experience

By Byron Mutingwende   Corruption at Transparency International Zimbabwe (TIZ) reads like a script from a Hollywood movie yet that organisation is expected to...

Women exhibit entrepreneurship skills at showcase market

By Byron Mutingwende   A showcase market held in Harare revealed that women have improved their entrepreneurship skills and are determined to leave a mark in...

Mthombeni on the global map as anti-corruption advocate

By Byron Mutingwende   Harare-based lawyer, Dumisani Mthombeni has stood out as a paragon of the anti-corruption drive in Zimbabwe, with his work attracting...

Zimbabwe failing to break endemic cycle of corruption in the public sector

By Byron Mutingwende   Results from the 2016 Corruption Perception Index (CPI) placed Zimbabwe among the countries that scored below 50, on a scale from 0...

Outcry over data tariff hike

By Byron Mutingwende The generality of Zimbabweans have expressed dismay over the recent increase in mobile data tariffs put into effect by the Postal and...

Calls for legislating gender budgeting gather traction

By Byron Mutingwende   Women have described efforts towards the establishment of a gender sensitive fiscal policy measures espoused in the 2017 National Budget as...

Chipunza urges fellow women to think outside the box

By Byron Mutingwende   Spiked Zimbabwe this week, as part of our coverage of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign, caught up with...

Migration not always rosy: IOM takes action

By Byron Mutingwende   Terry Taona sits under the cool shade of the mango tree at his parents’ house in the Westlea Suburb of Harare, reading newspapers just...