• Embattled Chombo’s vast property empire under the spotlight

    FORMER finance minister Ignatius Chombo amassed vast tracts of prime land across the country by grabbing the 20% commonage land which developers are mandated by the Local Government Act to […]

  • Chivayo Zesa deals under scrutiny

    THE Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority Holdings (Zesa) board will meet next week to deliberate on energy contracts awarded to dodgy businessman Wicknell Chivayo (pictured) amid reports parliament will soon move […]

  • 2018 budget wrings bold reforms

    By Melody Chikono FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday announced bold and far-reaching economic reforms, while spelling out a series of austerity measures which he hopes will spur sustainable economic recovery […]

  • Mugabe leases Interfresh land

    …… as skeletons tumble out of the closet FORMER president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace are leasing out land they controversially seized from Interfresh Holdings Ltd’s Mazoe citrus estate […]

  • Security at Deposit Protection Corporation tightened after threats

    SECURITY has been tightened at the office of the Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) following threats made against the institution’s chief executive John Chikura and his staff.



  • Effective e-mail etiquette in business

    A lot of us in business spend hours on end communicating by e-mail almost on a daily basis. According to a study by the Leadership Institute of Research and Development, […]

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  • Zamco to set up ‘proprietary portfolio’ of properties: CE

    By Melody Chikono The Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation (Zamco) will in the coming year set up its own “proprietary portfolio” of properties acquired through debt-asset swap with US$97 million non-performing […]

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  • Nssa set to acquire CSC

    By Melody Chikono National Social Security Authority (Nssa) says it is set to acquire controlling equity in Cold Storage Company and will in Q1 2018 start operations after concluding the […]

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  • Can Mnangagwa re-invent himself?

    Of course, it is much too soon to give a definitive response to the above question as to whether President Emmerson Mnangagwa can turn around the economy. However, if his […]

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  • ‘Economy to grow 4,5%’

    By Kudzai Kuwaza Government sees the economy growing by 4,5% in 2018 on the back of scaled-up agricultural financing, economic reforms and policy interventions, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. […]

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  • Embattled Chombo’s vast property empire under the spotlight

    FORMER finance minister Ignatius Chombo amassed vast tracts of prime land across the country by grabbing the 20% commonage land which developers are mandated by the Local Government Act to […]

    ... Read more

  • Chivayo Zesa deals under scrutiny

    THE Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority Holdings (Zesa) board will meet next week to deliberate on energy contracts awarded to dodgy businessman Wicknell Chivayo (pictured) amid reports parliament will soon move […]

  • Govt in new major policy shift

    THE government will introduce a raft of changes to improve civil service efficiency, promote investment and ensure that parastatals and state enterprises perform, a senior government official has said.

  • Makarau resigns

    ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau has signalled her intention to resign as head of the electoral body, a few months before crucial general elections whose credibility will […]

  • Mugabe leases Interfresh land

    …… as skeletons tumble out of the closet FORMER president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace are leasing out land they controversially seized from Interfresh Holdings Ltd’s Mazoe citrus estate […]

  • Zamco to set up ‘proprietary portfolio’ of properties: CE

    By Melody Chikono The Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation (Zamco) will in the coming year set up its own “proprietary portfolio” of properties acquired through debt-asset swap with US$97 million non-performing […]

    ... Read more

  • Nssa set to acquire CSC

    By Melody Chikono National Social Security Authority (Nssa) says it is set to acquire controlling equity in Cold Storage Company and will in Q1 2018 start operations after concluding the […]

  • ‘Economy to grow 4,5%’

    By Kudzai Kuwaza Government sees the economy growing by 4,5% in 2018 on the back of scaled-up agricultural financing, economic reforms and policy interventions, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. […]

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    Mistakes when carrying out a skills audit

    Memory Nguwi A skills audit is a process of taking stock of what skills are within the organisation versus what is expected. The skills audit should always cover the following, […]

  • Corruption hampers forex allocation: CZI

    THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has bemoaned the high levels of corruption in the country, resulting in the diversion of foreign currency allocated to industry by the Reserve Bank […]

  • National budget: Analysts expect expenditure cut

    Tinashe Kairiza THE 2018 national budget, which will be the first major policy pronouncement under the administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, should cut on expenditure, while stemming huge losses incurred […]

  • Effective e-mail etiquette in business

    A lot of us in business spend hours on end communicating by e-mail almost on a daily basis. According to a study by the Leadership Institute of Research and Development, […]

    ... Read more

  • Can Mnangagwa re-invent himself?

    Of course, it is much too soon to give a definitive response to the above question as to whether President Emmerson Mnangagwa can turn around the economy. However, if his […]

  • Political will key to reform

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday presented a US$5 billion budget promising a raft of reforms and austerity measures which he hopes will drive recovery and growth as he charts a […]

  • Zim citizenship, elections and political chameleons

    BEFORE every general election in Zimbabwe, the issue of citizenship in relation to voter registration, voting and associated disenfranchisement surfaces all the time.


  • Foresight pays off for FC Platinum

    IF you have been to Zvishavane to watch FC Platinum play at home, you will understand why this has been an amazing year for the club and Zimbabwean football at […]

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  • ‘Zimrugby set to change forever’

    IN line with the general mood of the country, Zimbabwean rugby too feels it could be on the threshold of something special.

  • Twenty20 tourney untainted

    A LEADING Indian sports marketing firm which is in talks to stage a lucrative Twenty20 tournament in Zimbabwe has distanced itself from any match-fixing activities, saying the event’s launch is […]

  • When sport also made a stand

    ANTHONY Sharwood is a controversial Australian journalist who often takes no prisoners, earning himself quite a fair amount of critics along the way. (more…)

  • The toxic politics of sport

    WHEN European-backed African challenger Issa Hayatou stood against incumbent Sepp Blatter for the Fifa presidency in 2002, it was power politics at play — vested interests at their best.

  • Barca’s finest in town

    The Warriors legends will clash with a Barcelona legends side at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday in a high-profile exhibition match. (more…)

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