"Beasts of Burden"


Vince Musewe:

The bond coin fallacy

In the current scenario, the RBZ cannot print the US dollar and is therefore unable to use money supply as a monetary policy tool to influence price levels. more…

Alfred Obed Rankomise:

Climate Change in Zimbabwe - Information and Adaptation

The current conventional division of the whole country into five agro-ecological zones that mainly relate to rainfall and land utilisation is becoming questionable in light of the effects of climate change. more…



A warm welcome to the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (English: Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation) in Zimbabwe. From its Harare office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist Zimbabwe in its process of democratic consolidation.



Apr. 2

Gender Relations in a Modern Society

Follow-up workshop

Apr. 14
Experts' Meeting

African Farming Solutions

Climate Change Breakfast

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Previous events

Mar. 26

"The Zimbabwe Economy: Are We Going Back to 2008?"

MPOI-Discussion (Harare)

Mar. 25

Fully booked


Councillors Workshop



The bond coin fallacy

By Vince Musewe

Economic theory tells us that when we increase money supply, the prices of goods and services increase, especially when there is no commensurate increase in the production of goods and services. This is simply because the more [...] more…

Climate Change in Zimbabwe - Information and Adaptation

By Alfred Obed Rankomise

For many years, Zimbabwe has been threatened by growing poverty and famine. The unrest during the elections in 2008 and 2009 and hyperinflation, if nothing else, drove more and more people in the crisis-ridden land to ruination. [...] more…

Opinion: “I am Itai Dzamara!”

By Vince Musewe

On Monday (9 March 2015) at around 10:00 a.m., well-known pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara was abducted from a barber's shop in his Harare neighbourhood by five men, who handcuffed him and accused him of stock theft. They had [...] more…

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