Axia makes $2,3mln profit in Q4

Axia makes $2,3mln profit in Q4

HARARE,  (The Source) – Axia Corporation has reported a net profit of $2,3 for the three months to June 30, its first set of financial results since unbundling from Innscor Africa. Axia, which adopted June 30 as its financial year...
read more
‘It was horrific’: How Zimbabwe’s upheaval pushed this white farming family too far

‘It was horrific’: How Zimbabwe’s upheaval pushed this white farming family too far

Mark McKinnon and his family are staying with Mr. McKinnon’s aunt in Stouffville, Ont., after leaving Zimbabwe. Here, Mr. McKinnon is shown with his wife and sons Geoffrey, left, David, second from left, and Steven. Mark McKinnon, his wife and...
read more
Zimbabwe’s uncertain indigenisation policy environment

Zimbabwe’s uncertain indigenisation policy environment

by Kingstone Jambawo It is clear that Zimbabwe requires an indigenisation policy model that has a potential of including the ordinary Zimbabweans to play a role in their country’s economy. The Indigenisation and Empowerment Act (Indigenisation Act) has d...
read more
State repression should not deter fight for freedom

State repression should not deter fight for freedom

by Kingstone Jambawo We knew when the Public Order and Security Act (POSA) was bulldozed through Parliament that all hell had broken loose. The legislation was prompted by the fear on Zanu PF’s part that the people of this land...
read more
GNU was a forced marriage for the MDC

GNU was a forced marriage for the MDC

By..Kingstone Jambawo After months of intense negotiations the Government of National Unity (GNU) was finally born in February of 2009. However this power sharing government has costed the MDC dearly in the recent July 2013 elections. By agreeing to the...
read more
Voter registration drive: A reminder to ZEC

Voter registration drive: A reminder to ZEC

The year 2013 has witnessed a near convergence of thought amongst political actors with regards to the road toward the next general election. Accordingly political leadership including Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has embarked on a seemingly more serious p...
read more
1 226 227 228