• Zanu PF congress succession watershed

    ZANU PF’s extraordinary congress scheduled for December is part of a bigger plot to remove Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and elevate Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi to the vice-presidency, while also managing […]

  • People stash forex as economy sinks

    IN recent weeks some financial institutions have announced they are further reducing limits for foreign card payments such as MasterCard, Visa Card and debit card settlements with some suspending the […]

  • NRZ: Why DIDG-Transnet deal sailed through cabinet

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has baulked at the proposal that the China Railway Eryuan Engineering Corporation (Creec) recapitalise the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) due to the unsustainable nature of the […]

  • Forex delays wreak havoc

    THE delay in the allocation of foreign currency to companies by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (rbz) has resulted in businesses cancelling orders and suppliers doubling of prices to allow […]

  • Zesa reeling under US$1 billion debt

    THE debt and scandal-ridden Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) owes its local and international suppliers close to US$1 billion and is only managing to service interest accrued on loans without […]



  • Gap in inflation stats and reality

    AS Zimbabweans begin to feel the bite of the current wave of price increases and soaring cost of living, there is growing suspicion and concern that the official inflation rate […]

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  • The more things change the more they remain the same

    As Zimbabweans sleep-walk into yet another general election, there is no escaping the sense that perhaps this whole process is a costly charade and the US$274 million earmarked for the […]

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  • Mugabe’s insensitivity knows no bounds

    REVELATIONS that Zimbabwean students studying in Russia, under President Robert Mugabe’s presidential and national scholarship programme, are wallowing in poverty makes sad reading.

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  • Mupfumira in trouble

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last week further threw sacked Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira under the bus after accusing her of corruption and abuse of funds at […]

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  • Economists question inflation stats

    A DEBATE has arisen over whether the country’s statistical agency is cooking up inflation figures against a wave of price increases that has left consumers restive.

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  • Mupfumira in trouble

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last week further threw sacked Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira under the bus after accusing her of corruption and abuse of funds at […]

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  • Zanu PF congress succession watershed

    ZANU PF’s extraordinary congress scheduled for December is part of a bigger plot to remove Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and elevate Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi to the vice-presidency, while also managing […]

  • NRZ: Why DIDG-Transnet deal sailed through cabinet

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has baulked at the proposal that the China Railway Eryuan Engineering Corporation (Creec) recapitalise the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) due to the unsustainable nature of the […]

  • Kasukuwere proposes special congress

    ZANU PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, believed to be a G40 kingpin, proposed this week at the party’s politburo meeting that an extraordinary congress be held in December, two […]

  • Politburo erupts as titans clash

    SPARKS flew in an explosive Zanu PF politburo meeting where Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa responded to allegations raised by Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo who accused him of plotting […]

  • RBZ appoints bankers for Portfolio Fund

    STANDARD Chartered Bank, Stanbic and CBZ have been appointed bankers for the Zimbabwe Portfolio Fund which was established by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in August this year, businessdigest has […]

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  • Forex delays wreak havoc

    THE delay in the allocation of foreign currency to companies by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (rbz) has resulted in businesses cancelling orders and suppliers doubling of prices to allow […]

  • Afforestation funding remains in limbo since introduction

    ADMINSTRATION of the Afforestation Fund, introduced in 2015 to replenish woodlots being decimated by tobacco farmers is still under the Finance Ministry despite indications it will be referred to the […]

  • Zimswitch to launch payment system

    Zimswitch says it plans to launch two payment streams simultaneously with other Sadc countries that are expcted to complete their trial runs on a cross-border payment system by July next […]

  • Cotton output set to rise

    GLOBAL cotton output is projected to increase by 10%, reaching an estimated 25 million tonnes during the 2017/18 cropping season, a recent report on world production trends shows.

  • Delta Corp scouts for alternative grain markets

    BEVERAGE maker Delta Corporation is scouting for alternative markets to source cheaper brewing grain, as the bulk of farmers who traditionally produce for the company under a contract arrangement, are […]

  • Gap in inflation stats and reality

    AS Zimbabweans begin to feel the bite of the current wave of price increases and soaring cost of living, there is growing suspicion and concern that the official inflation rate […]

    ... Read more

  • The more things change the more they remain the same

    As Zimbabweans sleep-walk into yet another general election, there is no escaping the sense that perhaps this whole process is a costly charade and the US$274 million earmarked for the […]

  • Mugabe’s insensitivity knows no bounds

    REVELATIONS that Zimbabwean students studying in Russia, under President Robert Mugabe’s presidential and national scholarship programme, are wallowing in poverty makes sad reading.

  • People stash forex as economy sinks

    IN recent weeks some financial institutions have announced they are further reducing limits for foreign card payments such as MasterCard, Visa Card and debit card settlements with some suspending the […]


  • Players should face the game

    A BIT of a brainteaser for all you rugby fans to start with: who is the All Blacks captain?

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  • ‘Gentle, soft-spoken colossus’

    ALWYN Pichanick, the late legendary Zimbabwean cricket boss, granted his last press interview to this newspaper in 2010 —chronicling Zimbabwe’s arduous 12-year journey to Test status. — Staff Writer. In […]

  • Streak confident of Windies upset

    ZIMBABWE cricket team coach Heath Streak says his charges will go into the two-match Test series against the West Indies gunning for victory, as they look to carry forward the […]

  • Takashinga: Masters of perseverance

    A WAVE of nostalgia swept through a community of Zimbabwean cricket following last week’s column, in which I shared the story of one of the country’s most underrated black cricketers […]

  • Chisora: Great warrior

    BEFORE Dereck Chisora’s comeback win at the weekend against Robert Filipovic, his friend and long time trainer Don Charles aptly summed up the Zimbabwean-born British boxer’s in-born fighting spirit.

  • Our greatest weakness lies in giving up easily

    AMOS Maungwa was among thousands of Zimbabweans who made the great trek to South Africa after 2000 at the height of the country’s economic crisis which was characterised by runaway […]

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