Kudzai Chimhangwa is a columnist for openDemocracy's ourEconomy, and a business and investigative journalist, with specialisation in digital rights and internet freedom advocacy.
Published in: ourEconomy: NewsWhy is a company accused of looting diamonds back in Zimbabwe’s mines?
A Chinese-Zimbabwean military venture has been handed one of the country’s most lucrative diamond-producing blocks,...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionRegional trade could help solve Africa’s economic woes, so what’s holding it back?
A common market like the one in eastern and southern Africa can bring great benefits, but only if governments look...
Zimbabwe citizens demand accountability from government over debt in a landmark high court ruling
Crippling debt and endemic corruption are all too familiar stories, but the ruling marks a small victory in the...
Zimbabwe's odious debts
At a time when the country is grappling with COVID-19 and acute droughts, can debt cancellation save its economy?
How green innovation can transform African agriculture
With the threat of climate change and coronavirus, decentralized renewable energy could be key to building more...
Green revolution: the solution to African energy poverty?
Southern Africa can lead the world in renewable energy – if it can overcome its obstacles.