• Kabila seeks Mugabe help to retain power

    TOP government officials say Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Joseph Kabila wants Zimbabwe to assist him circumvent the constitutional requirement that he steps down after serving two terms as […]

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    Factionalism tearing Zanu PF apart: Grace

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday further confirmed there are factions in Zanu PF which she said are tearing the ruling party apart. ‘

    Parastatals forced to donate for Zanu PF conference

    WHILE parastatals acted as if they had voluntarily donated money at the Zanu PF fundraising dinner held last week in Harare, most state entities had in fact received written letters […]

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    Zanu PF factions shift and change

    FOR all the divisions and cut-throat rivalry as Zanu PF politicians position themselves in the long-running war to succeed veteran President Robert Mugabe, the party factions are not hard and […]

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    Grace to resume divisive rallies

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe will next week resume her controversial countrywide rallies, taking the battle right into Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s heartland ‘

  • Shady bankers must be jailed

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe yesterday blamed poor corporate governance, failure by bank executives to adhere to international best practices and mismanagement for triggering a wave of bank failures before […]

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    Zim’s economic salvation lies in ‘internal drives’

    THE promised “mega deals” will be scrutiny again with news that Chinese President Xi Jinping is due in Zimbabwe on a state visit next month “to take the two countries’ […]

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    Enduring Gracian era of political barbarism

    Zanu PF rubbishes outgoing US ambassador Bruce Wharton. In fact the US has during his tenure in Harare mobilised aid and support for Zimbabwe. His approach has been low-key but […]

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    Drought will devastate economy

    CLIMATOLOGISTS have warned that the El Nino weather phenomenon, caused by the warming Pacific Ocean, is expected to devastate eastern and southern African nations, including Zimbabwe, this year and in […]

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    Mobile money transforms banking in remote Africa

    In his annual letter Gates Notes released earlier this year, Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates wrote about the impact smart phones and mobile banking will have in the next […]

  • ZC set for busy year

    THE Zimbabwe national cricket team is set for another busy international calendar next year when it will play against at least five nations. ‘

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    Zim in the hunt for T20 series solace

    Zimbabwe and Bangladesh have played fewer Twenty20s than Ireland at the international level. Both teams have had to rely on the World T20 for exposure in this format, and even […]

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    Mwaruwari pulls out of Zifa race

    FORMER Warriors captain Benjani Mwaruwari has been forced not to contest for any of the Zifa board posts whose elections are scheduled for December 5. ‘

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    ZC boss opens up on team’s dismal show

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani has described the national team’s recent embarrassing defeat to associate side Afghanistan as unacceptable promising to take necessary action. ‘

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    Jere opens up on Zifa presidency

    Caps United president Farai Jere has emerged as a hot favourite to become the next Zifa president and has made considerable headway in setting himself up for the election that […]

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