• Budget reflects economic decay
    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa presenting the 2016 national budget

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday presented to parliment a static US$4 billion budget, showing the economy remains in the doldrums ‘

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    First Family has low opinion of the people

    Muckraker was amused by the vigorous debate in the Australian press last week as to whether the heir to the throne’s chief secretary for charities had groped Prince Charles as […]

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    Complexities around Zanu PF succession

    Succession is currently at the heart of political debate in Zimbabwe. The nation’s nonagenarian leader, President Robert Mugabe’s reluctance to map out a succession plan for his political party has […]

  • Dumisani Muleya
    Zim paying the price of misrule

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday unveiled a flat US$4 billion budget for 2016, with revenues expected at US$3,9 billion. ‘

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    Members trampled in fight over Psmas

    AS is often the case, innocent government workers are bearing the brunt of the frenzied orgy of looting, corruption and deliberate mismanagement by company bigwigs and their political connections at […]

  • Zim to sweat for Test status

    THE Zimbabwe national cricket team will be compelled to work for its Test status after the International Cricket Council (ICC) unveiled a new format which includes promotion and demotion. ‘

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  • Tawengwa-Mukhuhlani
    ZC set for busy year

    THE Zimbabwe national cricket team is set for another busy international calendar next year when it will play against at least five nations. ‘

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    Zim in the hunt for T20 series solace

    Zimbabwe and Bangladesh have played fewer Twenty20s than Ireland at the international level. Both teams have had to rely on the World T20 for exposure in this format, and even […]

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    Mwaruwari pulls out of Zifa race

    FORMER Warriors captain Benjani Mwaruwari has been forced not to contest for any of the Zifa board posts whose elections are scheduled for December 5. ‘

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    ZC boss opens up on team’s dismal show

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani has described the national team’s recent embarrassing defeat to associate side Afghanistan as unacceptable promising to take necessary action. ‘

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