Zimbabwe Puts Another Nail In An Increasingly Crowded Keynesian Coffin

Zimbabwe has neither a problem of insufficient demand nor insufficient "money supply" as the twin ideologies that are Keynesianism and Monetarism contend....

In The Midst Of Economic Challenges, Zimbabwe Finds A New Ally In The UAE

An interview with Washington D.C.-based geopolitical analyst Zachary Smith discussing an exciting new stage of cooperation...

Zimbabwean Communities Keep Fields Watered Via Solar

In Mashaba, Zimbabwe, renewable energy is helping to pump underground water to farmers' fields....

Nespresso Seeks To Put Zimbabwean Coffee Back On The Table

Nespresso is hoping to create sustainable coffee production in a country whose agrarian economy has suffered...

Zimbabwe: Two Realities In One Country

It is eight days before Christmas. We take the 1,300-kilometer drive from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls...

Zimbabwe’s Monetary Death Spiral

President Mnangagwa’s pledge that Zimbabwe is “open for business” rings hollow. Indeed, many businesses in Zimbabwe...

Zimbabwe’s Richest Man Strive Masiyiwa To Invest $400 Million In Egypt

Liquid Telecom, a Pan-African telecoms group owned by Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, is investing $400 million in...

Zimbabwe’s Road to Serfdom

In 1944, my good friend, the late Nobelist Friedrich Hayek (1899-1992), published the Road to Serfdom. It...

Zimbabwe Inflates… Again

In November 2008, Zimbabwe experienced the second highest recorded inflation rate in history, and with that,...

Zimbabwe, From Disaster To Disaster

In 2008, Zimbabwe suffered the second most severe case of hyperinflation in modern history. Its annual...

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