• US$15bn missing diamonds revenues story false: Mugabe

    WHILE parliament is intensely probing the alleged syphoning of US$15 billion in diamond revenues, the person who first spoke about it in public, former president Robert Mugabe, says the figure […]

  • Chiwenga’s wife grabs Arda farm

    IN a move which flies in the face of government’s claims of a new dispensation, Vice-President and former army commander retired General Constantino Chiwenga’s wife Mary recently grabbed the 300-hectare […]

  • European Africa directors press for Zim reforms

    A TEAM of European Africa directors is engaging government on the need for Zimbabwe to have free and fair elections to normalise relations with the European Union and the international […]

  • FMHL, NicozDiamond deal approved

    The Competition and Tariff Commission (CTC) has approved a deal that would see First Mutual Holdings Limited (FMHL) acquiring NicozDiamond Insurance Ltd total issued share capital. Staff Writer. The merger […]

  • Mugabe a ‘deeply conflicted zealot’

    In 2017, the Daily Maverick published a series of articles based on Stuart Doran’s monumental history of Zanu PF and Robert Mugabe, titled Kingdom, Power, Glory. In this major review […]



  • How police seized diamond company

    THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), with the help of former mines minister Obert Mpofu, muscled their way into the Gye Nyame Resources (Pvt) Ltd diamond project in Marange diamond fields […]

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  • Zanu PF to use voters’ roll in dry run

    ZANU PF — which has embarked on a grassroots-based voter mobilisation strategy — is planning to use the provisional voters roll compiled by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in its […]

  • How AirZim was plundered by chefs

    TO put into context and perspective the current problems buffeting Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) amid the dodgy deal involving the new airline Zimbabwe Airways (ZimAirways), whose ownership and relationship with the […]

  • US$15bn missing diamonds revenues story false: Mugabe

    WHILE parliament is intensely probing the alleged syphoning of US$15 billion in diamond revenues, the person who first spoke about it in public, former president Robert Mugabe, says the figure […]

  • Chiwenga’s wife grabs Arda farm

    IN a move which flies in the face of government’s claims of a new dispensation, Vice-President and former army commander retired General Constantino Chiwenga’s wife Mary recently grabbed the 300-hectare […]

  • Zim opposition can win ‘if it overwhelms polls’: Mawarire

    Former president Robert Mugabe’s attempts to stay in the limelight and a new party formed with his blessing could be good for the opposition in Zimbabwe’s upcoming elections, #ThisFlag pastor […]

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  • Can Mnangagwa break with the past?

    As Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa was ushered into power in November he clearly called for new investment in “building a free and transparent economy”. Followed closely by an affirmation that […]

  • Tobacco farming in Zim: A bitter harvest

    The Zimbabwe Independent will this week start serialising a summary of a research report by global human rights organisation Human Rights Watch (HRW) on the tobacco growing sector in the […]

  • AirZim scandal reflects parastatal rot

    THE systematic decline and near-collapse of the country’s flag carrier Air Zimbabwe (AirZim), attributed to mismanagement and corruption, reflects the general decay of struggling and bankrupt state-owned enterprises which are […]


  • Tonderai Chavhanga: A Prince’s homecoming

    IN world rugby, Tonderai Chavhanga is best known as a record‑holding Springbok, a speed demon whose Test career should have lasted much longer than it did. (more…)

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  • Streak convenient smokescreen for ZC

    WHOEVER advises Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is a wicked genius of sorts. (more…)

  • Really heartening to see

    GAUNTLETS had been thrown down, and after years of frustration, it seemed time was ripe for confrontation. (more…)

  • …Zimbabwe cricket board on the brink

    A SPIRITED campaign to remove the Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board has gathered unprecedented momentum over the past week with a cross-section of cricketing stakeholders bitterly blaming the administration for presiding […]

  • Heath Streak challenges sacking

    HEATH Streak (pictured) has challenged his sacking as Zimbabwe cricket coach, saying his dismissal was illegal. (more…)

  • Diamond that shone to the world

    FOR the first try, Zimbabwe fullback Andy Ferreira fielded the ball well after Romania’s fly-half failed to find touch. (more…)

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