• Latest ministers reshuffle, sacking looms

    Reportedly unimpressed by the mediocre performance of some of his ministers, President Robert Mugabe is set to soon reshuffle his cabinet, in a move which could see ministers such as Patrick Chinamasa, Jonathan Moyo, Walter Mzembi and Samuel Undenge, among others, reassigned or fired.

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  • Cabinet divided over bonus issue

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s cabinet is now deeply divided over the issue of awarding bonuses to civil servants following the veteran leader’s unexpected outburst against Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last weekend claiming the suspension of payments was not approved even when it was agreed upon.

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  • Mugabe admits failure

    DURING his state visit to South Africa recently President Robert Mugabe painted a gloomy picture of the state of Zimbabwe’s economy to his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma, as the country reached a milestone 35 years of Independence, it has emerged.

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  • Bonus issue dampens SMP spirit

    AT the time of writing Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and his entourage were in Washington DC, USA, to attend the regular Bretton Woods meetings.

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  • Banks in bid to rescue debt-ridden Border

    Local banks are pushing to restructure about US$6 million Border Timbers Limited loans in a desperate bid to recover funds and save the company from total collapse.

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  • Illegal Zanu PF road signs pulled down
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    DOCTOR Grace Mugabe Way and other roads in the city illegally named by Zanu PF in the run up to its congress last December have been pulled down following representations by Harare City Council authorities to the Ministry of Local Government

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    Councils tackle ‘obscene’ salaries

    DEPUTY mayors and other senior executives of Zimbabwe’s rural and urban councils this week converged on the border town of Beitbridge for a four-day capacity skills building workshop aimed at improving service delivery, and tackling the contentious issue of hefty salaries amid a deteriorating service.

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    Mzembi caught in suspicions web over UNWTO funds,vehicles

    TOURISM minister Walter Mzembi is reportedly under investigation for allegedly abusing funds and cars bought for the hosting of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general assembly, co-hosted by Zimbabwe and Zambia in 2013.

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    Debt paralyses MDC-T

    THE MDC-T is caught up in a vicious debt cycle as it owes more than US$2 million which senior party officials say is crippling the opposition party’s operations and attempts to rejuvenate itself ahead of the 2018 general elections.

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    Zuma faces grilling at Sadc summit

    SOUTH African President Jacob Zuma is likely to come under intense pressure when he attends the Sadc Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government in Harare next Wednesday as Sadc leaders are pushing for an urgent discussion of the wave of xenophobia sweeping through his country.

  • Nikon Corporation enters Zim market
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    JAPANESE company, Nikon Corporation widely known for production of good quality cameras says the Zimbabwean market has accepted its brand despite the liquidity crunch characterising the economy.

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    Banks’ 2014 profits tumble

    Total after tax profit for reporting banks tumbled from US$83,8 million to US$78,7 million in the full year to December 2014.

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    Bonus issue dampens SMP spirit

    AT the time of writing Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and his entourage were in Washington DC, USA, to attend the regular Bretton Woods meetings.

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    More companies apply to retrench workers

    THE Retrenchment Board is considering applications by three companies, Champions Insurance, Letombo Spar and Blue Star Logistics to lay off workers.

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    Timber, tea workers employers in dispute

    A showdown is brewing between workers and employers in the tea and timber sectors due to demands by company bosses to reduce minimum wages.

  • Xenophobia: Time for reflection
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    THE latest storm of xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s killing fields seems to have subsided — at least for now — as South Africans and other Africans rose to confront the wave of deadly violence across cities head-on, yet the winds of animosity are still blowing.

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    Of bad leaders, foreign trips and sacrifice

    IF there are any substantial economic benefits to accrue from President Robert Mugabe’s increasingly frequent junkets abroad then they must be very long in coming, for there is no evidence the country is getting any return.

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    Mugabe’s govt dysfunctional

    WHEN President Robert Mugabe attacked Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa over civil servants bonuses during the 35th Independence Day anniversary last weekend, he not only further damage his already battered reputation and his minister’s, but also confirmed what many by now know: that there are serious policy contradictions in cabinet, which is partly why government is now a dysfunctional mess.

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    Pride comes just before a leader’s fall

    Hero worshipping in the corporate world sucks, yet there is a lousier phenomenon called egocentrism. First let us understand this egocentric behaviour. ‘

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    Leadership deficit: A moral, ethical dimension

    MUCH of the institutional failures experienced in the past decade in Zimbabwe both in the parastatals and some private organisations owed most of the failures to poor corporate governance. ‘

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    THE latest storm of xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s killing fields seems to have subsided — at least for now — as South Africans and other Africans rose to confront the wave of deadly violence across cities head-on, yet the winds of animosity are still blowing.

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    IF there are any substantial economic benefits to accrue from President Robert Mugabe’s increasingly frequent junkets abroad then they must be very long in coming, for there is no evidence the country is getting any return.

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