• PDV project takes shape

    FORMER South Africa Under-20 lock Jannie Stander will join a Zimbabwe Presidents XV in Pretoria on Sunday for two warm-up matches in preparation for the Sables’ 2019 World Cup qualification […]

  • Uefa CL final- When Real Madrid have to win, they do.

    Made in Liverpool but he shone in the Galactico era at Real Madrid, five years after Michael Owen’s retirement, he will attend the Champions League final as a spectator. (more…)

  • Same beginning, different journeys

    WHEN one Facebook group went down memory lane this week and posted the Zimbabwe Schools squad from the 2002 Craven Week edition, rugby fans were swept away by a wave […]

  • Telecel top official booted out

    PROMINENT lawyer and Telecel board director Gerald Mlotshwa has been booted out of the telecommunications firm by the Empowerment Corporation (EC) which holds a 40% stake in the entity, although […]

  • US$2bn mining deal in limbo

    THE US$2,1 billion coal mining and coal-bed methane (CBM) gas extraction venture in the Gwayi area of Lupane, Matabeleland North, which was commissioned in 2012 and is being undertaken by […]



  • PDV project takes shape

    FORMER South Africa Under-20 lock Jannie Stander will join a Zimbabwe Presidents XV in Pretoria on Sunday for two warm-up matches in preparation for the Sables’ 2019 World Cup qualification […]

    ... Read more
  • Uefa CL final- When Real Madrid have to win, they do.

    Made in Liverpool but he shone in the Galactico era at Real Madrid, five years after Michael Owen’s retirement, he will attend the Champions League final as a spectator. (more…)

    ... Read more

  • Same beginning, different journeys

    WHEN one Facebook group went down memory lane this week and posted the Zimbabwe Schools squad from the 2002 Craven Week edition, rugby fans were swept away by a wave […]

    ... Read more
  • Telecel top official booted out

    PROMINENT lawyer and Telecel board director Gerald Mlotshwa has been booted out of the telecommunications firm by the Empowerment Corporation (EC) which holds a 40% stake in the entity, although […]

    ... Read more
  • US$2bn mining deal in limbo

    THE US$2,1 billion coal mining and coal-bed methane (CBM) gas extraction venture in the Gwayi area of Lupane, Matabeleland North, which was commissioned in 2012 and is being undertaken by […]

    ... Read more
  • AirZim saga: Tale of half-truths, lies and deception

    As someone —unknown — once said “if words don’t add up, it’s usually because the truth wasn’t included in the equation”. (more…)

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  • Angry villagers drag Mpofu to court

    UMGUZA Community Share Ownership Trust has dragged Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu (pictured) to court for allegedly grabbing borehole drilling equipment and accessories valued at US$600 000 from the trust. […]

  • Mnangagwa escalates Dabengwa talks

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has renewed efforts to lure Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa into Zanu PF structures and government, this time sending a top military commander to engage the ex-home affairs […]

  • Bid to save Mujuru mine opposed

    THE liquidator of Limpopo Mining Resources, also known as River Ranch Mine, previously linked to the late army general Solomon Mujuru, has opposed an application by the mine’s majority owners, […]

  • Mixed feelings on Chamisa trip

    MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa this week continued his momentum to consolidate his leadership of the MDC Alliance with the high-profile visit to London, where he met United Kingdom senior government […]

  • Megawatt demands US$4m for charges

    MEGAWATT Energy, a South African-based company which conducted an investigation into a multi-million dollar deal between state-owned entity NetOne and Chinese firm Huawei Technologies, is demanding a US$4 million payment […]

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  • New Vic Falls shopping mall comes up

    ZIMRE Property Investments will spend US$13 million on the construction of a new shopping mall in the resort town of Victoria Falls in Matabeleland North province. (more…)

  • It’s good cheer for Delta Corp

    DELTA Corporation posted a US$88m after tax profit buoyed by strong demand for its beverages and beer business in the full year to March 2018 (FY18). (more…)

  • Govt delays measures to prevent fuel smuggling

    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has deffered the fuel marking programme which was scheduled for the first quarter of this year, citing lack of fiscal space and high cost […]

  • AirZim tables debt strategy

    Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) board has approached government with a proposal to assume its huge debt overhang accrued from various quasi-government entities, as the struggling state-owned enterprises moves to clean its […]

  • Workers now toil under the jackboot

    EXCITEMENT gripped Tapiwa Chitoro (a nurse but not his real name) when he graduated as a nurse 10 years ago. Just like the many colleagues he graduated with, he hoped […]

  • Banning cryptos in the cash-starved economy

    “The more government bans it, the more popular it gets,” that is exactly what happens to bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. (more…)

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  • Qatar a missed opportunity

    LAST week President Emmerson Mnangagwa was on a three-day official state visit to the Arabian peninsula city-state of Qatar, hot on the heels of his regional trips and more recently […]

  • ‘Zim tourist arrivals, hotel occupancy on the increase’

    ZIMBABWE is ranked a lowly 114 out of 136 countries, according to the 2017 Global Tourism Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum. Zimbabwe Independent business reporter Tinashe Kairiza (TK) […]

  • Zanu PF manifesto sounds just like juvenile delusions

    So, after much anticipation, the Zanu PF election manifesto is finally out. After reading the document, one is left with one big question: why was the nation made to wait […]


  • PDV project takes shape

    FORMER South Africa Under-20 lock Jannie Stander will join a Zimbabwe Presidents XV in Pretoria on Sunday for two warm-up matches in preparation for the Sables’ 2019 World Cup qualification […]

    ... Read more

  • Uefa CL final- When Real Madrid have to win, they do.

    Made in Liverpool but he shone in the Galactico era at Real Madrid, five years after Michael Owen’s retirement, he will attend the Champions League final as a spectator. (more…)

  • Same beginning, different journeys

    WHEN one Facebook group went down memory lane this week and posted the Zimbabwe Schools squad from the 2002 Craven Week edition, rugby fans were swept away by a wave […]

  • Moral question of the scramble for politics

    By Enock Muchinjo TYCOON Strive Masiyiwa opened up for the first time two months ago about how Econet, the giant telecoms company he founded two decades ago, was hounded out […]

  • Battle Royale in Africa

    SENTIMENT from those around the team is that Peter de Villiers is beginning to hit his stride as Zimbabwe rugby coach in the quest to take the Sables to the […]

  • Double-salaried Hasnain quits ZC

    FAISAL Hasnain’s eventful spell as Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) managing director has ended after the Pakistani national resigned this week, 13 months at the helm of the strife-ridden organisation. (more…)

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