President Robert Mugabe GOVERNMENT’S surprisingly passable record in implementing a 10-point plan enunciated by President Robert Mugabe in August 2015 underlines the importance of clear, concise and modest economic plans. That the 10-point plan does not have the same weight in economic discourse as the grandiose Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-economic Transformation (ZimAsset) might be down to its lack of a catchy acronym. An argument can, however, be made that it is no less efficacious. Where ZimAsset lays out grand plans requiring billions of dollars, the 10-point plan is basically a government to-do list with far-reaching consequences. Where the former is hopelessly ambitious and open to the vagaries of exogenous factors, the latter is a list…