• Pension funds impoverish contributors

    IT has been three weeks since the deadline passed for registration for the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) Ordinary Level examinations for November and Gift Sibanda will not be among […]

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  • Why does Mugabe pride in attacking the dead?

    What is it that eats President Robert Mugabe so he is unable to speak logically or kindly of others? Last week he was abusing former Zanu PF Harare Province chairperson […]

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  • Hwange debt-to-equity deal approved

    Hwange colliery Ltd shareholders this week okayed the conversion of a US$80 million debt to equity in the company. (more…) ‘

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  • What Mugabe said to Jonathan Moyo

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Tuesday shocked one of his senior ministers, Information minister Jonathan Moyo, when he unexpectedly told him to leave cabinet room at Munhumutapa Building indicating he was […]

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  • Mugabe’s ICC opposition self-serving

    THE Igbo people of Nigeria’s proverb about an old woman being uneasy whenever dry bones are mentioned aptly describes the shrill noises made by President Robert Mugabe who seeks refuge […]

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  • President stormed Abuja to Malabo
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe got such a raw deal in Nigeria where he was not only stripped of his security protection leaving him vulnerable to pressure and harassment by the country’s […]

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    What Mugabe said to Jonathan Moyo

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Tuesday shocked one of his senior ministers, Information minister Jonathan Moyo, when he unexpectedly told him to leave cabinet room at Munhumutapa Building indicating he was […]

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    Bhasikiti defeats Mugabe in court

    THE Constitutional Court on Thursday stopped President Robert Mugabe from declaring Mwenezi East constituency vacant following the expulsion of the legislator Kudakwashe Bhasikiti from Zanu PF. ‘

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    Mugabe turns to Khama for help

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has turned to his bitter regional rival Botswana President Ian Khama for a model to exploit diamonds to fuel economic development in Zimbabwe. ‘

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    Charamba calls for succession debate

    CONTROVERSIAL state media columnist, Nathaniel Manheru, widely believed to be President Robert Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba, has called on Zanu PF and the public to openly discuss the president’s leadership […]

  • Unifreight trading revenue up 7,15%
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    Unifreight Africa Ltd trading revenues rose 7,15% in the five months to May helped by increased business in Swift and new contracts at Bulwark, management said. (more…) ‘

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    Hwange debt-to-equity deal approved

    Hwange colliery Ltd shareholders this week okayed the conversion of a US$80 million debt to equity in the company. (more…) ‘

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    GMAZ expo to tackle food security

    THE Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) hosts the Zimbabwe Food Conference and Expo on July 8 to tackle food security, review the status of Zimbabwe’s food manufacturing and distribution […]

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    General Beltings turnover up 47%

    GENERAL Beltings Ltd has reported a 47% growth in turnover for the first five months of 2015 to May . ‘

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    Marange Resources technically insolvent

    Marange Resources (Pvt) Ltd is now technically insolvent with the company’s current liabilities exceeding current assets by a staggering US$74,7 million, an audit report shows. (more…) ‘

  • Why does Mugabe pride in attacking the dead?
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    What is it that eats President Robert Mugabe so he is unable to speak logically or kindly of others? Last week he was abusing former Zanu PF Harare Province chairperson […]

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    Dollars and sense of employee engagement

    STUDIES show a clear correlation between employee engagement and performance. (more…) ‘

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    Econet salaries cuts: Eureka moment for the crown jewel

    Reports that Econet Zimbabwe, the nation’s largest mobile phone company, will cut staff salaries by 35% with effect from July are turning out to be the eureka moment for the […]

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    No end in sight to institutionalised corruption

    THE adage old habits die hard tersely captures the goings-on at government ministries, state entities and local authorities where entrenched graft, abuse of scarce public resources and misgovernance remain the […]

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    Zim on regression lane

    PRESIDENT Robert Mu-gabe’s visit to Maputo on Wednesday for Mozambique’s 40th independence anniversary yesterday must have been an emotional trip reminiscent of his hey days as a firebrand nationalist leading […]

  • Must-win for Mandigora, Mafu
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    THE clash of Zimbabwe’s two most successful teams Highlanders and Dynamos, dubbed “The Battle of Zimbabwe” has probably come at the wrong time for troubled managers, Dynamos coach David Mandigora […]

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    Zifa ‘mum on Valinhos debt’

    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya says he is surprised Zifa have gone quiet on the Valinhos debt after he pledged to help them settle the US$81 000 […]

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    ZC eyes India mega deal

    ZIMBABWE Cricket is on the verge of clinching a deal with the Board of Control for Cricket in India. ‘

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    Masakadza takes over as Chevron captain

    BATSMAN Hamilton Masakadza has replaced suspended Elton Chigumbura as captain for the final two One Day Internationals on the Pakistan tour. ‘

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    With billions of dollars at stake, Morocco, Egypt and South Africa jockeyed in 2004 for the privilege of hosting soccer’s most prestigious tournament, the World Cup. The outcome hinged on […]

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