Opinion Posts

Formulae for Valuating Intangible Assets Long Overdue in Africa

By Correspondent , 20 , Mar 2017


By Charles Dhewa Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Capitalism may be accused of misleading many African countries into limiting the valuation of their resources to tangible assets such as buildings, .. Read More →

Mujuru London Visit and a Panicky Zanu PF

By Correspondent , 19 , Mar 2017


Jealousy Mawarire (National People's Party Spokesperson) The recent visit by Dr Joice Mujuru to London shook the foundations of Zanu-PF hegemony triggering some panic in the disintegrating former liberation party. .. Read More →

How African Agriculture is under-rated due to narrow notions of evidence

By Correspondent , 13 , Mar 2017


By Charles Dhewa Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-When economists and policy makers in developing countries talk about evidence, in most cases they mean numbers or statistics.   For instance .. Read More →

The Zimbabwean Story: Comfortable In A Crisis

By Pearson Mbendera , 01 , Mar 2017


By Pearson Mbendera. Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - I'm sure you can find someone old who will tell you of the good old days when Zimbabwe used to .. Read More →

The Old Party Gets an Erection

By Correspondent , 23 , Jan 2017


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)- After the fiasco that was Norton and Themba Mliswa’s independent romp to victory, Bikita was always going to be a nervy spot for ZANU .. Read More →

I Despise Tribalism: Vimbai Mavherudze

By Correspondent , 23 , Dec 2016


Open Statement By Vimbai Mavherudze - Mdc T Youth Assembly Health Minister. I am not sure what Linda Musarira said on whatever platform about our sweet fellow Zimbabweans from the .. Read More →

Chinembiri Bhunu, A Zanu PF Commissar In A Judicial Rob

By Correspondent , 19 , Dec 2016


Opinion Article : By Tinashe Goodlaw Chifamba. In a case that did not only shock the legal fraternity but the entire country Justice or should l say InJustice Chinembiri Bhunu .. Read More →

Making The Most Of The Last Two Decades

By Correspondent , 14 , Nov 2016


By Pearson Mbendera. The last twenty years have been the one to forget in the history of Zimbabwe. For a country with only 36 years of independence, that's too much .. Read More →

Mai Mujuru The Case Of A Wrong Redemption Story

By Correspondent , 09 , Nov 2016


By Pearson Mbendera. It seems like yesterday when Amai Joyce Mujuru sat next to President Mugabe as the Vice president, with many people seeing her as the heir apparent of .. Read More →