Archive for April, 2014

Prosperity: The Youth

Posted: 29th April 2014 by admin in Remittance methods

“Zimbabwe: Our land, our prosperity”, or so the mantra goes… The question now would be to whom does this apply? And is it even applicable in this day and age? These are questions you as the readers will have to ask yourselves. Today we are going to touch a bit on the youth for a […]

Most of the permits, issued under the Zimbabwe Documentation Project, expire towards the end of this year. The permits were valid for four years and, unlike normal permits, don’t qualify their holders for permanent residence status in South Africa. South Africa revealed recently that, while the permits would be renewed, holders would be required to […]

Floods strike Zimbabwe

Posted: 22nd April 2014 by admin in Remittance methods

Heavy rains have been drenching the country since January, causing widespread flooding along rivers. Many parts of the country, from Muzarabani up in the north to Beitbridge down in the south, are now experiencing the worst floods in many years, as water inundates villages, farms, homes and major vital roads.Heavy rains for the past four […]

Sanctions: The Effect?

Posted: 18th April 2014 by admin in Remittance methods

Recently, I read online about the easing of sanctions on Zimbabwe by the European Union (EU). Now, this comes as a huge relief on what some would call a “struggling economy”, or is it?… The EU reportedly suspended sanctions on certain figures within Zimbabwe’s political circles, and some economists are saying that this has no […]

Schools are now open

Posted: 15th April 2014 by admin in Remittance methods

It is that time again when school open and all the children go back to school. Some go to boarding schools while others commute to school everyday. All these things need money for them to be achieved. When people send money to Zimbabwe to take care of their families they always try to have their children’s […]

Prosperity: The Youth (Part II)

Posted: 11th April 2014 by admin in Remittance methods

So, in the previous post we looked briefly at the impact of the youth on our country, Zimbabwe. Now we are going to go in depth and look at some examples of some of the youth who actually stand out in the area of Economic growth. But before we go there, let’s digress for a second… the […]