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  • Zim now needs a pragmatic leader

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  • Factionalism cripples ruling Zanu PF’s new restructuring
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    INTERNAL and external problems, including raging factionalism in Zanu PF’s volatile regions such as Manicaland, Masvingo and the Midlands, have forced the deeply divided party to postpone its latest restructuring […]

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    Govt blows US$25m on travel

    THE cash-strapped government, which faces shrinking revenue inflows, blew up more than US$25 million on domestic and foreign travel in the first five months of the year, the Zimbabwe Independent […]

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    ‘Belarus dictator will not rescue Zim’

    Although they are located far away from each other geographically and have different histories, Zimbabwe and Belarus have interesting parallels. Elias Mambo Much like President Robert Mugabe, who said he […]

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    Provincial elections litmus test for Mnangagwa camp

    ZANU PF is headed for renewed turbulence ahead of ongoing provincial elections which have proved chaotic in the past. (more…) ‘

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    Ministers to visit France

    A ZIMBABWEAN ministerial delegation is expected to visit France to discuss bilateral relations, indicating the country’s improving relations with the West although the French remain concerned with “regrettable but limited […]

  • AfDB commences US$70m project
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    The implementation of the second phase of the US$70 million African Development Bank funded rehabilation of power stations is set to commence in November, an official has said. ‘

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    French company set to acquire 60% equity in Anchor Yeast

    A leading French company, Lesaffre, is on the verge of acquiring a 60% equity in Zimbabwe’s sole yeast producer Anchor Yeast for about US$9 million, sources close to the deal […]

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    Urban tollgates proposals a nightmare for motorists

    The proposal by the Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu to introduce urban tollgates came at a wrong time when Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) and city councils are […]

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    Corporate renewal challenges in Zim

    Zimbabwe’s business sector bears little resemblance to the well-diversified and cost-competitive collection of companies that used to keep the country head and shoulders above almost all the other countries in […]

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    Economic woes hit telecoms firms

    ZIMBABWE’S industry continues to suffer due to a myriad of macro-economic challenges that have seen companies shutting down and thousands of workers losing jobs. (more…) ‘

  • Dzamara: Mugabe to blame
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    PETER Sanders’ film or documentary The Disappeared or Desaparecido in Spanish, is very interesting albeit spine-chilling to watch. The plot or storyline relives the horrors of Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-83) […]

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    Time to listen and not argue

    CONSENSUS is increasingly building on what the Zimbabwean government needs to do to pull the country out of the current economic doldrums. The country needs to find a way to […]

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    Unnecessary controversy on Supreme Court ruling

    THE Supreme Court judgment in the case of Don Nyamande and Another v Zuva Petroleum (Private) Limited SC 43/15 handed down on July 17, 2015 has caused alarm and consternation […]

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    Bosnian Serbs must say the word

    It’s hard to say sorry, but it’s even harder to say you’re sorry for a genocide. (more…) ‘

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    It’s everyone’s duty to fight prejudice

    Here is a piece that I believe should be shared again because it tackles a cancer that continually eats aways at the core of organisational unity. (more…) ‘

  • Cricketers sweat over contracts
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    National cricket players are sweating over new contracts following a year of inconsistency for most of them at international level. ‘

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    Zim changes batting line-up

    Zimbabwe selectors have chopped and changed the batting line up in a bid to field a side that can finally transform competitive displays into wins in the first of two […]

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    Zim geared for tense SA showdown

    YOUNG Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa says his charges have extra motivation to pull off a positive result against old enemy South Africa as the two nations’ age- group teams seek […]

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    CAPS bag US$60k for Gerald Phiri

    Castle Lager Premier League giants Caps United have bagged a cool US$60 000 following the sale of Malawian attacker Gerald Phiri to South African side Bidvets Wits. (more…) ‘

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    Yer Maan bids for hat-trick

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    AfDB commences US$70m project

    The implementation of the second phase of the US$70 million African Development Bank funded rehabilation of power stations is set to commence in November, an official has said. ‘

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    Cricketers sweat over contracts

    National cricket players are sweating over new contracts following a year of inconsistency for most of them at international level. ‘

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    Dzamara: Mugabe to blame

    PETER Sanders’ film or documentary The Disappeared or Desaparecido in Spanish, is very interesting albeit spine-chilling to watch. The plot or storyline relives the horrors of Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-83) […]

    ... Read more
  • DESIRE-SIBANDA
    Time to listen and not argue

    CONSENSUS is increasingly building on what the Zimbabwean government needs to do to pull the country out of the current economic doldrums. The country needs to find a way to […]

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