• Grace battles colon cancer

    CONTRARY to President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace’s claims upon her return from an extended stay in Singapore six weeks ago that she only had an operation to remove a nagging appendix, close family sources say she is suffering from a much more serious ailment — colon cancer.

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  • More trips lined up for Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will literally spend half the year gallivanting around the world at an enormous cost to the cash-strapped government that is battling to meet its obligations

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  • Econet triggers raid on local news agency

    ZIMBABWEAN business news agency, The Source, was yesterday raided by the deputy sheriff in an attempt to recover allegedly stolen documents following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet and Steward Bank on stories published on its site.

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  • By-elections illegal

    THERE are serious anomalies in by-elections scheduled to be held starting today to fill in vacant seats resulting mainly from expulsions of Members of Parliament belonging to Zanu PF and the Movement of Democratic Change (MDC-T)

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  • Zanu PF restructuring stokes factionalism

    THE ongoing Zanu PF restructuring exercise is fuelling internal strife in the faction- riddled party with officials saying the exercise is calculated to root out former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s supporters from grassroots structures.

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  • Grace battles colon cancer
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    CONTRARY to President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace’s claims upon her return from an extended stay in Singapore six weeks ago that she only had an operation to remove a nagging appendix, close family sources say she is suffering from a much more serious ailment — colon cancer.

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  • President Robert Mugabe
    More trips lined up for Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will literally spend half the year gallivanting around the world at an enormous cost to the cash-strapped government that is battling to meet its obligations

  • Econet1
    Econet triggers raid on local news agency

    ZIMBABWEAN business news agency, The Source, was yesterday raided by the deputy sheriff in an attempt to recover allegedly stolen documents following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet and Steward Bank on stories published on its site.

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    By-elections illegal

    THERE are serious anomalies in by-elections scheduled to be held starting today to fill in vacant seats resulting mainly from expulsions of Members of Parliament belonging to Zanu PF and the Movement of Democratic Change (MDC-T)

  • mujuru-mnangagwa1.jpg
    Zanu PF restructuring stokes factionalism

    THE ongoing Zanu PF restructuring exercise is fuelling internal strife in the faction- riddled party with officials saying the exercise is calculated to root out former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s supporters from grassroots structures.

  • Diamond miners on looting spree
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    DIAMOND mining companies operating in Zimbabwe’s Marange diamond fields are reportedly on a last minute looting spree ahead of a loathed mandatory consolidation exercise.

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    Board reshuffle looms at ZHL

    Board changes are looming at Zimre Holdings Ltd (ZHL) amid indications a new shareholder, who snapped up a 40% equity stake in the group, is seeking board representation.

  • Indigenous farmer Daisy Mubaiwa (L) leads her workers Norest Muzinde,Rosemary Ndongera,Femia Chimuka and Lovemore Muzinde  in her potato field in Greendale.Mubaiwa has planted 4 900 plants
    Casualisation of labour detrimental

    This article unravels in multiple perspectives the effects of casualisation, drawing issues and its arguments from a practical dimension and implied theoretical frameworks and also a landmark ruling on the practice by the Labour Court

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    Zimre to dispose of CBD buildings

    ZIMRE Property Investments (ZPI) is mulling disposal of its city buildings to focus on office parks outside the city centre.

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    Exports to rescue Zim economy? Not so fast!

    After posting growth rates upwards of 7% in the three year period following the meltdown of 2008, Zimbabwe’s economic growth has fallen considerably in the past two years. Estimates are […]

  • Comment: Zim economy needs reforms
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    ZIMBABWE’s economic freedom score is 37,6, making our economy the 175th freest in the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom, an annual guide published by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation, a leading think-tank in Washington.

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    Editor’s memo: If Mugabe had Lee’s vision

    LEE Kuan Yew, the leader who transformed Singapore within a generation from a tiny barren colonial outpost without natural resources into a prosperous modern city-state with some of the best economic indicators in the world, died this week aged 91 like President Robert Mugabe.

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    Muckraker: Sandura’s expertise loss to Zim’s judiciary

    Many of us in the journalism field will have been genuinely saddened by the death of Justice Wilson Sandura, whose judgements were often succinct and far-reaching, leaving his colleagues to hand down rulings as best they could.

  • MDC FIGHTS
    Opinion: Struggle for democratic change: Opposition now mimics Zanu PF

    Zimbabwe is experiencing a crisis of lack of transformation. We live in times of ongoing crisis, the extension and intensification of inequalities concerning class, gender and fundamental freedoms

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    Opinion: Zim an unmitigated disaster

    I NORMALLY do not give the Heritage Foundation in the United States much attention, but this week they dropped a copy of the the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom report into my pigeon hole at parliament and I read it with great interest and growing concern.

  • Fifa expels Warriors
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    ZIMBABWE were yesterday expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia after failing to settle a debt owed to former coach, José Claudinei Georgini, popularly known as Valinhos.

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    Zim loses golden boy

    ZIMBABWE felt it had made huge strides in the development of its cricket team into a decent side, but the signing of Test captain and number one batsman Brendan Taylor for Nottinghamshire in England has thrust the team steps back.

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    Zim face Ireland in score-settling match

    NO coach in the history of Zimbabwean cricket would have been aggrieved after getting fired more than West Indian Phil Simmons who was dismissed in 2005.

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    Whatmore seals new bumper deal

    ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) is impressed with the direction the national team is taking under Australian coach Dave Whatmore, and have offered the experienced mentor a new four-year contract.

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    Cause for optimism ahead of World Cup

    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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    CONTRARY to President Robert Mugabe’s wife Grace’s claims upon her return from an extended stay in Singapore six weeks ago that she only had an operation to remove a nagging appendix, close family sources say she is suffering from a much more serious ailment — colon cancer.

    ... Read more
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will literally spend half the year gallivanting around the world at an enormous cost to the cash-strapped government that is battling to meet its obligations

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    By-elections illegal

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