• Tainted history of Zim’s banking sector

    More than half of the banks that have been registered in Zimbabwe since 1892 are either struggling to survive or have disappeared from the market through closure or mergers and acquisitions.

  • DPC to pay over 18 000 AfrAsia Bank depositors

    THE Deposit Protection Corporation will soon pay in full 83% of the AfrAsia depositors affected by the bank’s closure by the RBZ on Tuesday, business digest has established.

  • 7 000 workers lose jobs in 2014

    AT least 6 960 workers were retrenched last year, with further job losses expected at nearly 40 companies currently undergoing either judicial management or liquidation.

  • Money perpetuates education apartheid

    A TWO-TIER, class-based education system has taken root in Zimbabwe as many upmarket private schools have ditched the scandal-ridden local examinations administered by Zimsec.

  • Zimbabwe, French company to sign deal

    ZIMBABWE is on the verge of sealing a deal with an unidentified French company with expertise in export and import quality control.

  • Zanu PF purges spread

    ZANU PF purges which rocked the politburo, the central committee as well as cabinet are now cascading to the administrative structures of the party.

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    Mugabe to leave Zim without a currency

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (91 next week) appears destined to leave the country whenever he would go without its own local currency.

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    Mnangagwa, Mphoko legality queried

    CONTROVERSY surrounds the legal status of Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko.

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    Lawyer wades into VPs legality storm

    The question is over the legality of the procedure used to swear in the new vice-presidents (VPs) in December last year. The new VPs were sworn in by the President.

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    Gallivanting Mugabe, govt taking people for granted

    UPON his return from his annual holiday in the Far East last Thursday — where he and his family underwent medical check-ups — President Robert Mugabe pleaded with restive civil servants to be patient with his government which is struggling to pay salaries on time.

  • Zim must maintain re-engagement momentum

    AMID the pervasive gloom that appears to perpetually envelope the country, with frequent reports of company closures, retrenchments, bank failures, late or non-payment of salaries, endemic corruption and infrastructural collapse, among others, some rays of light seem to be filtering through.

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    Mphoko’s toxic revisionism

    SOME people given a choice to face an ugly or terrifying truth or to conveniently avoid it, they would rather choose the latter. ‘

  • Phelekezela Mphoko
    Mphoko and the tragedy of ego-politics

    A PRIZE for extraordinary creativity can be awarded to co-Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko for weaving a new spectacular version of Zimbabwe’s military and political history which no one has encountered before.

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    Anwar goes back to jail in Malaysia

    Does democracy in Malaysia really depend on Anwar Ibrahim? If it does, Malaysian democracy is in trouble.

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    Make performance possible

    IN THIS column we have, on a number of occasions, discussed issues relating to performance management. ‘

  • Cause for optimism ahead of World Cup

    While Zimbabwe cricket fans will be compelled to drag themselves out of bed at ungodly hours to watch the ICC 2015 World Cup finals co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia, […]

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    Can Zimbabwe brew another WC shocker?

    FINAL warm up matches for Zimbabwe and South Africa triggered debate on whether they gave insight into what can be expected of the two nations at the ICC World Cup.

    Dube’s fate in PSL hands

    Former Zifa chairman Leo Mugabe has said that the fate of current Zifa president Cuthbert Dube lies in the hands of Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs.

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    Whatmore to thrive on team’s hunger

    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach, Dave Whatmore has said that, the players who travelled to New Zealand and Australia are sick and tired of losing and want to emerge proud heroes from this World Cup.

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    Waller clinches World Cup ticket

    Andy Waller has bounced back into the national team coaching set up barely seven months after being reassigned.

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