• Mugabe ‘mutilates’ Zanu PF constitution

    ZANU PF leader President Robert Mugabe and his political hirelings have been mutilating the party’s constitution to oust Vice-President Joice Mujuru and decimate her allies ahead of next week’s congress, […]

    Mugabe-R
  • Grace all but now running the show

    FIRST lady Grace Mugabe this week gave strong signals that she is now running the show in Zanu PF and government behind the scenes when she virtually gave her husband, […]

    grace-mugabe3
  • Mnangagwa to become Vice-President

    WITH the Zanu PF elective congress slated for December 2-7 just around the corner, confusion reigns in the faction led by Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, which is working with First Lady Grace Mugabe, over the replacement of Vice-President Joice Mujuru.

    Emmerson-Mnangagwa
  • Security chiefs face purging

    ZIMBABWE’S security service chiefs, particularly Central Intelligence Organisation Director General Happyton Bonyongwe, Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri, Air Marshal Perence Shiri and Prisons Commissioner-General Retired Major-General Paradzai Zimondi, are facing purging as President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace, and her allies push for their removal.

    Zimbabwe-Security-Chiefs
  • Caaz dumps Air Zimbabwe

    THE Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) has resolved to collect service charges directly from passengers on AirZim flights after being frustrated by the national carrier’s constant failure to remit the money after collection.

    airzimbabwe_
  • Mugabe ‘mutilates’ Zanu PF constitution
    Mugabe-R

    ZANU PF leader President Robert Mugabe and his political hirelings have been mutilating the party’s constitution to oust Vice-President Joice Mujuru and decimate her allies ahead of next week’s congress, […]

    ... Read more
  • elections15.jpg
    Lessons from the 2002 rigged election

    THE protracted six-year legal battle between the Mail & Guardian and successive South African governments over the release of the Khampepe report on the 2002 Zimbabwe presidential elections underlines all […]

  • jabu1.jpg
    Purges reign supreme in Zim politics

    PURGES reign supreme as Zimbabwe’s main political parties’ internal processes are characterised by factionalism and power struggles which have triggered a wave of dismissals and removals.

  • grace-mugabe3
    Grace all but now running the show

    FIRST lady Grace Mugabe this week gave strong signals that she is now running the show in Zanu PF and government behind the scenes when she virtually gave her husband, […]

  • GAVEL-LAW-COURT1.jpg
    Treason season upon us

    THE treason season is upon Zimbabwe once again. As usual, it comes when President Robert Mugabe (90) feels his grip on power is under threat from rivals as the party […]

  • Marange Kimberlites exploration negative
    anjin-diamond-investments.jpg

    ZIMBABWE INDEPENDENT business writer Taurai Mangudhla (TM) interviewed Diamond Mining Corporation Managing Director Ramzi Malik on the sidelines of the recently held second Zimbabwe Diamond Conference.

    ... Read more
  • Tourism minister Walter Mzembi
    Zim establishes tourism assets company

    THE Zimbabwean government is close to concluding formation of a wholly owned state company that will take over strategic assets, especially land, in key tourism zones, Tourism Minister Mzembi says.

  • Walter-Mzembi3.jpg
    Sadc uni-visa takes shape

    ZIMBABWE and Zambia will next week officially launch a Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (Kaza) uni-visa in Victoria Falls as the first phase of a four staged process that will eventually result in introduction of a Sadc uni-visa.

  • tendai-biti_1394660c.jpg
    Biti warns of 15-year recession

    FORMER Finance minister Tendai Biti has warned Zimbabwe’s economic recession will last for at least 15 years if urgent remedial steps are not taken.

  • zimind mpu
    ‘Zimind, Financial Times partnership to broaden readers’ perspective’

    Zimbabwe Independent (Zimind) has partnered with the UK’s leading financial publication Financial Times (FT) to broaden readers perspective enabling them to pioneer the transformation in their businesses, Alpha Media Holdings(AMH) publisher Rita Chinyoka said

  • Zim slides towards depression
    biti-tendai.-jpg16.jpg

    Zimbabwe is mired in a whirlwind of elite rapture playing out in the liberation movement known as Zanu PF. Without a doubt, this elite disjuncture has brought paralysis in government and held captive the country’s political economy.

    ... Read more
  • Gwynne_Dyer6.jpg
    Breakthrough on climate change

    WHEN news got out that US President Barack Obama and China’s President Xi Jinping had reached an agreement on climate change, the American blogosphere lit up with negative comments.

  • Muckraker-Dustbin
    Mother of terror on the rampage

    A Herald columnist recorded a “miracle” last week. In a boot-licking piece aimed at Vice-President Joice Mujuru, he told readers that it was a miracle Zimbabwe was still standing after sanctions and other assaults.

  • Grace-Mugabe1.jpg
    Account for own wealth

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace has been systematically attacking Vice-President Joice Mujuru accusing her, besides claiming she has been plotting to oust and assassinate her husband and herself, of abuse of office, extortion and corruption.

  • stewart-chabwinja1-half.jpg
    Mugabe proves coup plot allegations threadbare

    FOR a leader supposedly under mortal danger of assassination by a faction allegedly led by his “treasonous” deputy, Vice-President Joice Mujuru, President Robert Mugabe has the strangest of ways of dealing with the alleged threat.

  • Mapeza puts FC Platinum on right track
    mapeza.jpg

    AFTER enduring four hard years in the Castle Lager Premier League, FC Platinum finally made their first baby step towards achieving their long set goal of becoming one of Zimbabwean football’s real big boys.

    ... Read more
  • Cricket_ball_on_grass2.jpg
    Zim-B’desh battle for ranking

    There are no nicknames to Bangladesh-Zimbabwe contests, nor is the Test trophy named after famous cricketers from either side.

  • SOCCER1.jpg
    Morocco withdraw as 2015 hosts

    Morocco have withdrawn its rights to host the African Cup of Nations next year due to fears of the viral disease Ebola, which has ravaged a number of African nations […]

  • placeholder
    Selectors explain surprise exclusions

    Zimbabwe national cricket selectors have explained the surprise omission of all-rounder Sean Williams from the squad that flew out to Bangladesh

  • cricket
    Zim ready to send Bangla spinning

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team is pulling out all stops to exorcise their spin demons ahead of probably their most important visit to Bangladesh next week.

Recent Posts

  • Mugabe-R
    Mugabe ‘mutilates’ Zanu PF constitution

    ZANU PF leader President Robert Mugabe and his political hirelings have been mutilating the party’s constitution to oust Vice-President Joice Mujuru and decimate her allies ahead of next week’s congress, […]

    ... Read more
  • anjin-diamond-investments.jpg
    Marange Kimberlites exploration negative

    ZIMBABWE INDEPENDENT business writer Taurai Mangudhla (TM) interviewed Diamond Mining Corporation Managing Director Ramzi Malik on the sidelines of the recently held second Zimbabwe Diamond Conference.

    ... Read more
  • Tourism minister Walter Mzembi
    Zim establishes tourism assets company

    THE Zimbabwean government is close to concluding formation of a wholly owned state company that will take over strategic assets, especially land, in key tourism zones, Tourism Minister Mzembi says.

    ... Read more
  • Walter-Mzembi3.jpg
    Sadc uni-visa takes shape

    ZIMBABWE and Zambia will next week officially launch a Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (Kaza) uni-visa in Victoria Falls as the first phase of a four staged process that will eventually result in introduction of a Sadc uni-visa.

    ... Read more
  • rbz6.jpg
    Looking beyond Sovereign Wealth Fund

    A SOVEREIGN Wealth Fund (SWF) is a special purpose investment fund that is owned by the government. In general, these funds hold financial assets such as stocks, bonds, property or precious metals.

    ... Read more

AMH logo

© 2014 The Zimind. All Rights reserved.