Kudzai Chimhangwa is a columnist for openDemocracy's ourEconomy, and a business and investigative journalist, with specialisation in digital rights and internet freedom advocacy.
Zimbabwe's new gold rush
Amid COVID restrictions, families, youths and women are flooding into the sector. Policy interventions are needed to...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionWar in Mozambique: a natural gas blessing, turned curse
As the world battles COVID-19, a different war is playing out in Mozambique, home to one of the world’s richest...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionCounting corona losses in Africa
It doesn't take a crystal ball to foretell the catastrophe awaiting the continent. But how did it get to this, and...
Will Zimbabwe’s diamonds be forever? A glimpse into a nation’s resource rich curse
Murky deals with Russian and Chinese firms mean super-exploitation in Zimbabwe's communities and super-profits for...
How globalisation has informalised African womens’ lives
Women’s rising participation in the informal economy has seen an intensification rather than a reversal of gender inequality.