The world Bank and the International Monetary Fund, which have come under increasing attacks from pro-Third world economists and organisations have been criticised again but this time by the European development bank.
With the country churning out between 200 000 and 300 000 school-leavers each year, the majority of whom will not get jobs, there has been increasing debate as to whether the country needs a new youth policy.
Reports that the French government is to finance an $8 million feasibility study of the Bulawayo-Zambezi water pipeline seem to be just another indication of how inefficient and undecided our government is, or how much donors can dictate to the State what it should do.
People should not call for democracy and at the same time expect the government to put some controls as this seems contradictory .
Despite problems facing the passenger transport industry, the much talked about Harare-Chitungwiza railway line seems to be still on.