By Thembinkosi Mangena
After engaging in a money spending spree since the 2009/10 season, Manchester City seems determined to buy all the players in the world.
By Panganai Nzira
When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they – and not the leaders of the government – control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes.
Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain. This assertion is credited to Napoleon Bonaparte and his statement has been vindicated in the 21st Century as shown by the mission of many so-called international financial mediums.Read More
I hate xenophobia and xenophobes!
By Effort Magoso
ÂThe recent reports of xenophobia in the aftermath of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, though denied in some circles, cannot be a whispering campaign, rumors, hysteria or alarmist phobia being spread by irresponsible reporting or raving lunatics.Â Put simply, this can not just be a figment of peopleâ€™s imagination; something disturbing is definitely happening down south. Read More
SMEs Key to Zimbabweâ€™s Economic Revival!
The quest to reignite Zimbabweâ€™s economic flame has gathered momentum and those that have this countryâ€™s interests at heart have unanimously agreed that we need to tackle our issues together, regardless of any differences that we may have.
There has been much emphasis that we need to rebuild our business sector and provide all forms of support that we can render if we are to rebuild Zimbabwe.