• Gudyanga blamed for ZCDC’s failure

    THE re-assigned former Mines permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga was cited as one of the biggest problems at the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) as he symbolised heavy political interference in […]

    Former Mines permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga
  • Marange Diamond output plunges

    THE troubled Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has been a huge failure, judging by its own targets and the volumes of carats produced since it took over the Chiadzwa mining […]

    Mining executives say the extractive sector faces an uphill task to raise funding to retool.
  • Mugabe splurges US$3,5m on flight

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe splurged close to US$3,5 million to charter a Comlux Aviation Boeing 767 BBJ aircraft to Singapore and Mexico from May 7 to 26. This comes at a […]

    President Robert Mugabe
  • Bidding war erupts over Barclays Bank

    A BIDDING war has erupted between a Barclays Bank Zimbabwe senior management consortium and Malawi’s First Merchant Bank (FMB) over one of the country’s oldest and most iconic banking institutions […]

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  • Dairibord optimistic in spite of headwinds

    Listed milk and dairy products producer Dairibord Zimbabwe Limited (DZL) sees improved profitability in the first half of its financial year compared to the corresponding period last year, helped by […]

    DZL CE Anthony Mandiwanza


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    Zesa prepaid tender scandal deepens

    LOCAL information communication technology company Aura Group has taken the corruption scandal over Zesa’s prepaid energy tokens to parliament. This comes amid indications that the firm is also considering seeking […]

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    Zanu PF warring factions block Mphoko’s address

    VICE-President Phelekezela Mhoko was prevented from addressing the Bulawayo provincial coordinating committee meeting last Sunday due to clashes between warring Zanu PF factions.

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  • Former Mines permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga
    Gudyanga blamed for ZCDC’s failure

    THE re-assigned former Mines permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga was cited as one of the biggest problems at the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) as he symbolised heavy political interference in […]

    ... Read more
  • Mining executives say the extractive sector faces an uphill task to raise funding to retool.
    Marange Diamond output plunges

    THE troubled Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has been a huge failure, judging by its own targets and the volumes of carats produced since it took over the Chiadzwa mining […]

    ... Read more
  • President Robert Mugabe
    Mugabe splurges US$3,5m on flight

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe splurged close to US$3,5 million to charter a Comlux Aviation Boeing 767 BBJ aircraft to Singapore and Mexico from May 7 to 26. This comes at a […]

    ... Read more
  • Zesa prepaid tender scandal deepens
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    LOCAL information communication technology company Aura Group has taken the corruption scandal over Zesa’s prepaid energy tokens to parliament. This comes amid indications that the firm is also considering seeking […]

    ... Read more

  • Phelekezela-Mphoko
    Zanu PF warring factions block Mphoko’s address

    VICE-President Phelekezela Mhoko was prevented from addressing the Bulawayo provincial coordinating committee meeting last Sunday due to clashes between warring Zanu PF factions.

  • President Robert Mugabe
    Mugabe splurges US$3,5m on flight

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe splurged close to US$3,5 million to charter a Comlux Aviation Boeing 767 BBJ aircraft to Singapore and Mexico from May 7 to 26. This comes at a […]


  • Suspended Zimra commissioner-general Gershem Pasi
    Zimra boss pleads for immunity

    Former Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner-general Gershem Pasi (pictured), who resigned this week amid 45 charges of misconduct, sought an exit package and immunity from prosecution before quitting.

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    BREAKING: Zimra boss Pasi resigns

    SUSPENDED Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner-general Gershem Pasi who was facing 45 charges of misconduct has resigned.

  • Marange Diamond output plunges
    Mining executives say the extractive sector faces an uphill task to raise funding to retool.

    THE troubled Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) has been a huge failure, judging by its own targets and the volumes of carats produced since it took over the Chiadzwa mining […]

    ... Read more

  • DZL CE Anthony Mandiwanza
    Dairibord optimistic in spite of headwinds

    Listed milk and dairy products producer Dairibord Zimbabwe Limited (DZL) sees improved profitability in the first half of its financial year compared to the corresponding period last year, helped by […]

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    Investors renew Econet romance

    Investors and asset managers have renewed their romance with Econet shares if the sudden interest in the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) is anything to go by.

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    Good times roll for OK Zimbabwe

    OK Zimbabwe Ltd’s attributable earnings increased by a whopping 800% in the full year to March 31 (FY17), helped by improved margins and aggressive cost cutting measures, CE Alex Siyavora […]

  • ZB Financial Holdings key shareholder Nicholas Vingirai
    ZB saga: I will keep engaging — Vingirai

    ONE of Zimbabwe’s iconic financial institutions, ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH), has over the last few months been engulfed in boardroom fights which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has warned could […]


  • To what extent can a central bank print money?
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    The Bank of England (BoE) has issued banknotes since it was established in 1694. In this context the term issuing means the same as printing. The bank notes have traditionally […]

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    The role and importance of key entrepreneurship development

    The role and importance of entrepreneurship development in several countries globally is quite significant. Many academics and governments have suggested that entrepreneurship can be a panacea to economic transformation, empowerment […]

  • The decline in value of the Rand may be just a short-term aberration which we might regret considering the opportunities we have thrown out had we allowed it to remain in circulation.
    Rand debate rages on as economy sinks

    AS the debate over whether the bond note has managed to solve the country’s cash crisis rages on, stunning revelations that President Robert Mugabe in 2010 rejected the adoption of […]

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    The ugly face of protectionism

    Last week Industry and Commerce minister Mike Bimha was quoted as saying the anachronistic beggar-thy-neighbour protectionist trade policy was on the verge of being scrapped. This week, he changed tune, […]


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    Coaching must unleash innovative mindset

    Surveys carried out on leaders around the globe have proclaimed innovation as one of their top priorities. Great coaches today should be preoccupied with improving creativity and innovation.

  • Sport runs through Mukandi’s veins
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    Many people struggle to find a niche in one sport in their entire lifetime.

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    We must stop football hooliganism

    EMOTIONS are still running high following the Highlanders versus Dynamos football encounter crowd trouble in Bulawayo last weekend. Debate is important, but I am afraid out of all this noise […]

  • Zimbabwe Cricket managing director Faisal Hasnain seeks to tackle funding and debt issues in the country and internationally.
    ZC MD calls for drastic changes

    Newly-appointed Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) managing director Faisal Hasnain has called for drastic changes in the way cricket is run in the country, if there is to be recovery both on […]


  • Late golfer Simon “Scruffy” Hobday
    Golfer who was given 24 hours to leave Zambia

    JOHN Kelley, the veteran Zimbabwean sports writer, has belatedly joined the golfing world in paying tribute to the late golfer Simon Hobday, who died in Pretoria in March aged 76.

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    Ahmad, allies must walk the talk

    IN his aptly-titled book, FOUL!, British journalist Andrew Jennings ventures into the dark world of multi-million dollar corruption, laying bare the deep power struggles and rampant laundering in global football […]

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