• Military brutality, bond notes and Fidel Castro

    THE recent barbaric attacks on citizens in high-density suburbs by soldiers in a desperate violent campaign to quash simmering protests and social unrest over the growing economic crisis and introduction […]

    A Zimbabwean man shows off new bond notes outside a bank in Harare on November 28, 2016. Picture: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters
  • The true state of the nation

    President Robert Mugabe is expected to present his state of the nation address on December 6, but Zimbabweans are not holding their breath, given his dysfunctional government and its dismal […]

    President Robert Mugabe arrives at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare recently
  • Mixed reaction to bond notes

    INDUSTRY and consumers have greeted the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s bond notes with mixed feelings as the promissory notes rattle the market. ‘

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  • Govt consolidates telcos control

    THE Zimbabwean government this week moved to consolidate its control of the mobile telecommunications sector in the country after announcing it had successfully concluded the acquisition of a 60% equity […]

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  • Race to succeed Chidyausiku takes a factional dimension

    THE race to succeed the soon-to-retire Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku has taken a new dimension as warring Zanu PF factions prop up their preferred candidates amid fierce jostling triggered by […]

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  • G40 faces new uphill struggle
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    ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere faces an uphill task ahead of the party’s annual conference in Masvingo in his bid to push through a controversial resolution by his home […]

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    Govt engages five airlines for AirZim revival

    GOVERNMENT has engaged five international carriers from Kenya, Ethiopia, Singapore, Turkey and Malaysia to partner the troubled Air Zimbabwe with hopes of turning around the fortunes of the ailing and […]

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    Mixed reaction to bond notes

    INDUSTRY and consumers have greeted the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s bond notes with mixed feelings as the promissory notes rattle the market. ‘

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    US$2,7bn road project unsustainable — report

    DESPITE this week’s launch of the framework for the start of the dualisation of the Harare-Beitbridge highway, a study by the government shows that Zimbabwe’s present economic conditions cannot support […]

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    Controversy rocks economic zones

    ZIMBABWE’S broke government has created more confusion on its controversial indigenisation law by cherry-picking countries that will receive preferential treatment under the newly designated Special Economic Zones (SEZs). ‘

  • Govt consolidates telcos control
    TELECEL (2)

    THE Zimbabwean government this week moved to consolidate its control of the mobile telecommunications sector in the country after announcing it had successfully concluded the acquisition of a 60% equity […]

    ... Read more
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    Retrenchment Board rejects Border Timbers layoff plan

    THE Retrenchment Board has rejected a proposal by Border Timbers to pay a retrenchment package to 19 of its workers over a period of two years, ordering the company to […]

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    Zim’s gold output increases

    ZIMBABWE’S gold deliveries to Fidelity Refiners and Printers rose to 17,3 tonnes in the 10 months to October compared to 14,8 tonnes during the corresponding period last year, buoyed by […]

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    Counting the cost of chaotic land reform

    ZIMBABWE’S chaotic land reform exercise which began in 2000 continues to haunt the economy — 16 years on. Commercial farmers and formal agricultural structures have been destroyed and resultantly land […]

  • The beleaguered Cottco is currently paralysed by squabbles between management and the board.
    US$22m public funds sunk in Cottco

    An escalating fight between management and the Cottco Holdings Limited (Cottco) board is threatening the viability of the group amid indications managers loyal to some shareholders are seen to be […]

  • Military brutality, bond notes and Fidel Castro
    A Zimbabwean man shows off new bond notes outside a bank in Harare on November 28, 2016. Picture: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters

    THE recent barbaric attacks on citizens in high-density suburbs by soldiers in a desperate violent campaign to quash simmering protests and social unrest over the growing economic crisis and introduction […]

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    Land reform programme: The curse of dead capital

    WHEN Zimbabwe embarked on the chaotic land reform programme that resulted in white commercial farmers losing large tracts of land to indigenous people, little did architects of the populist exercise […]

  • Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa with President Robert Mugabe
    Entering homestretch: Zim’s dicey transition

    The year 2016 can be marked as one tumultuous year in Zimbabwe’s political and economic transition owing to a number of reasons. Zimbabwe is witnessing an abstruse, capricious and very […]

  • President Robert Mugabe arrives at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare recently
    The true state of the nation

    President Robert Mugabe is expected to present his state of the nation address on December 6, but Zimbabweans are not holding their breath, given his dysfunctional government and its dismal […]

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    Brutality, impunity hallmarks of Zanu PF rule

    The primitive drama of state brutality and impunity continues in Zimbabwe as the violence-inclined Zanu PF regime employs ruthless methods to contain popular discontent over mismanagement of the economy and […]

  • Ronaldo: Barca’s nightmare at Nou Camp
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    OFTEN criticised for having little influence in big matches, it seems such an assessment holds little water when it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo’s performances in the world’s biggest domestic game. […]

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    Enrique in feisty mood

    Barcelona’s El Clasico clash against Real Madrid tomorrow is a must-win fixture with the Blaugrana looking to keep pace with the league leaders having fallen behind by six points, and […]

  • Craig Ervine (left) stood out with the bat for Zimbabwe with two half-centuries in the second Test against Sri Lanka.
    Spin demons strike Zim

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team batsmen endured some hard lessons, especially on how to face spin, with Rangana Herath dominating with the ball for Sri Lanka to take 13 wickets […]

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    Zim’s big century

    Zimbabwe’s first of two Tests against Sri Lanka starting at Harare Sports Club tomorrow will mark a century of matches in that format for the host nation. ‘

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    Mourinho humbled by United support

    Jose Mourinho lauded Manchester United’s supporters after his team put the disappointment of their 4-0 humiliation at Chelsea behind them to sink Manchester City in England’s League Cup. ‘

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