Ray Ndlovu has been a correspondent for the Mail & Guardian in Zimbabwe since 2009. His areas of interest include politics and business. With a BSc honours degree in journalism and media studies, Ray aspires to become a media mogul.
The faithful in Zimbabwe are praying for deliverance – and so is the ruling party.
Zimbabwe's manufacturing sector is threatened by cheap imports, a shortage of cash and little investment.
The cash strapped Hwange Colliery Company has again delayed a decision to accept a cash injection from British tycoon Nicholas van Hoogstraten.
Zimbabwe wants a single diamond mining company to operate in Marange, and it looks like the frontrunner is one with close links to Robert Mugabe.
Agriculture experts warn about the hype around tobacco and the high prices that the crop is fetching.
Nevermind the naysayers, Your Excellency, why not make February 21 a public holiday?
The Zimbabwean government has restricted the importation of poultry and sugar, and banned maize imports.
A functionary's murky claim to a neighbour's farm has jeopardised a gold mine on the property.
Zimbabwe is now the only country to use nine currencies as legal tender, but this is likely to lead to headaches for consumers and traders.
Zimbabweans living abroad not likely to take up Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa's offer to float bonds in order to help the government raise cash.