• Banks fund Mugabe’s Alpha Omega empire

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s family dairy business, Alpha Omega,whose funding has always been queried, is on the verge of completing a multimillion dollar expansion exercise thanks to local banks.

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  • Mugabe walks on liberation comrades’ political corpses

    WHEN President Robert Mugabe commemorated his 91st birthday last Saturday on a golf course near the spectacular Victoria Falls, he was surrounded mostly by mafikizolos after systematically purging his liberation war colleagues.

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  • Tobacco auctions in bad start

    Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) has slammed tobacco auction floors for offering lower prices compared to contract buyers amid allegations of price collusion in the tobacco buying process.

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  • Let’s resist Mugabe dynasty: Gumbo

    A GROUP calling itself the “original and real Zanu PF” comprising mostly of disgruntled Zanu PF members expelled, suspended or demoted before and after the party’s controversial congress last December says it will not form a new political party

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  • US$100m liability collapses AfrAsia

    AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe closed on Tuesday after its shareholders retreated due to the bank’s huge liabilities of more than US$100 million, low capitalisation levels and a damaged reputation stemming from a costly legal wrangle.

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  • Let’s resist Mugabe dynasty: Gumbo
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    A GROUP calling itself the “original and real Zanu PF” comprising mostly of disgruntled Zanu PF members expelled, suspended or demoted before and after the party’s controversial congress last December says it will not form a new political party

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    Zanu PF ‘bedroom coup’ takes hold

    WITH the way events are panning out in the fractious Zanu PF party, it is becoming increasingly clear President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace is now not only in charge of the party as her husband grows older

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    Govt to revisit indigenisation: Mnangagwa

    VICE-president Emmerson Mnangagwa says government is in the process of realigning indigenisation laws — widely deemed as a barrier to the much-needed foreign direct investment — as they currently lack clarity and consistency, among other shortcomings.

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    MDC-T leaders fight over US$500 000

    A FIGHT has erupted in the Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC-T after the party treasurer Theresa Makone reportedly failed to account for US$500 000 disbursed to the party by government in October last year under the Political Parties Finance Act

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    Vendors in Catch-22 situation

    THIRTY-FIVE-year-old Loveness Muchenje, one of the many street vendors who have swarmed the streets of Harare’s chaotic central business district (CBD) in search of means of survival, struggles to maintain the balance between aggressively marketing her wares lined up along a Julius Nyerere Way pavement to potential customers and keeping an eye on her three-year old daughter

  • Banks fund Mugabe’s Alpha Omega empire
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s family dairy business, Alpha Omega,whose funding has always been queried, is on the verge of completing a multimillion dollar expansion exercise thanks to local banks.

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    The RBZ toxic debt and consequences

    I WROTE on the issue of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) US$1,3 billion debt recently, and I am going to take the liberty to repeat my assertions here, lest […]

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    Safari operators record 20% slump

    In April last year, the USFWS announced a suspension on imports of sport-hunted African elephant trophies taken in Tanzania and Zimbabwe during the calendar year of 2014.

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    Tobacco auctions in bad start

    Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) has slammed tobacco auction floors for offering lower prices compared to contract buyers amid allegations of price collusion in the tobacco buying process.

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    AfrAsia workers’ wages locked up in bank

    It never rains for employees of AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe Ltd, which was closed on Tuesday last week, as it emerged this week that a significant chunk of their January and February salaries are locked in the bank.

  • Cause for optimism ahead of World Cup
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    While Zimbabwe cricket fans will be compelled to drag themselves out of bed at ungodly hours to watch the ICC 2015 World Cup finals co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia, […]

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    Can Zimbabwe brew another WC shocker?

    FINAL warm up matches for Zimbabwe and South Africa triggered debate on whether they gave insight into what can be expected of the two nations at the ICC World Cup.

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    Dube’s fate in PSL hands

    Former Zifa chairman Leo Mugabe has said that the fate of current Zifa president Cuthbert Dube lies in the hands of Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs.

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    Whatmore to thrive on team’s hunger

    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach, Dave Whatmore has said that, the players who travelled to New Zealand and Australia are sick and tired of losing and want to emerge proud heroes from this World Cup.

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    Waller clinches World Cup ticket

    Andy Waller has bounced back into the national team coaching set up barely seven months after being reassigned.

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