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Is there there hope for Zimbabwe when those in leadership are in denial, asks Malcom Sharara after President Robert Mugabe denied that his country is a fragile state.
Malcom Sharara takes a look at some of the events that made headlines in 2016, the year of the #hashtags.
Instead of helping genuine farmers, Zimbabwe's new agricultural programme seems sure to provide another feeding trough for greedy politicians, says Malcom Sharara.
The Zanu PF Youth League could have petitioned President Robert Mugabe for a whole lot more than jobs and land at a recent rally, says Malcom Sharara.
Can Zimbabwe's push to encourage the study of science subjects point the way for Africa to attain economic freedom, asks Malcom Sharara.
If nature and external forces cannot damage Africa's growth potential, the continent's leadership will do the job, says Malcom Sharara.
Is the market's rejection of the rand paving the way for Zimbabwe to introduce its own local unit, asks Malcom Sharara.
Why is the cost of doing business still high more than five years after Zimbabwe was ranked 171st out of 183 countries, asks Malcom Sharara.
If Zimbabweans don't highlight the country's flaws and blemishes they will never be corrected, says Malcom Sharara.
Once touted as the new growth frontier, Africa's glittering investment opportunities seem to have faded as commodities lose their shine, says Malcom Sharara.
Here's a list of some of the things we think Zimbabweans would rather not experience again or wish away in 2017.
Financially traumatised Zimbabweans dread the new bond notes but if they fail, it could be the long-awaited endgame for Mugabe's government, says Malcom Sharara.
The majority of Zimbabweans voted for people who have no clue of how to manage the economy, let alone lead the nation, says Malcom Sharara.
Zimbabwe could end up running out of food, electricity, fuel and medicine unless the central bank intervenes, says Malcom Sharara.
Some companies continue to defy the odds, vowing to stay put and make hay even in the absence of sun in Zimbabwe, says Malcom Sharara.
Will the visit to Zimbabwe by China’s President Xi Jinping be the medicine the doctor ordered for the ailing Zimbabwean economy, asks Malcom Sharara.
Zimbabwe's media could use a healthy dose of scepticism before announcing deals that may never even happen, says Malcom Sharara.
Zimbabwe's government needs know its strengths and leave the rest to the experts, says Malcom Sharara.
Zimbabwe must stay awake to issues which destroy investor confidence, says Malcom Sharara.
Potential investors need to be properly informed of change, says Malcom Sharara.
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