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Top Economist And Commentator John Robertson Dies

Top Economist And Commentator John Robertson Dies

One of Zimbabwe’s leading economists and commentator, John Robertson has died.

Robertson died this morning at his home in Harare after suffering a stroke several weeks ago.

Born 1937 in Bulawayo, Robertson trained at the Technical College and later became a technician with the Air Force, specialising in radio communications.

As a mature student, he enrolled at the University of Rhodesia and obtained an honours degree in economics from London University.

John will be remembered as a fine economist who always supported his opinions and views with substantial research and statistics.

He is survived by two sons.

Born 1937 in Bulawayo, Robertson trained at the Technical College and later became a technician with the Air Force, specialising in radio communications.

He also founded and managed an economics consultancy company, Robertson Economics.

More: NewsDay Zimbabwe

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16 Comments

🤨🤨 8 months ago

Shame rip ndo vanhu vaifanira kuta ma president ava


Rudado the graduate 8 months ago

Mwana wemuno wani,he is a Zimbabwean by birth...RIP our top economist

Zodoc Chikaponya 8 months ago

😂😂 uyuwo uyu. A white president muno avhoterwa nani iwe ka

Zimdollar 8 months ago

Of course nyika yake yeZimbabwe

🤨🤨 8 months ago

Kunyika kwake ka

Daily prophecy 8 months ago

Mapresident kupi???

Mhazi of silobela 8 months ago

RIP - we have lost a great mind


Advocate 8 months ago

Rest in peace sekuru Robert


Mhofu 8 months ago

Rest In Power.He was a Top Economist for sure...


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π 8 months ago

Mazizheve! Bloody white imperialist. Bye bye✋


🥸 8 months ago

Ummm 🧐🤔

Chikandamina 8 months ago

Rip great minds.


booster jab 8 months ago

RIP economist


Nkust 8 months ago

Shame sure regai kazorore ka mudhara kagwa kugwa kukuru rwendo rwakafamba rurefu 1937,ana Tkt born 1987 best before 2023


Thanos 8 months ago

Rest In Peace


Sir🔥🔥🔥 8 months ago

Mudhara uyu nzeve aiva nadzo hake ummmm kkkk



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