• Zim’s youth unemployment crisis

    When Zimbabweans took up arms to liberate the country from British colonial rule, they were not only seeking justice and freedom, but also better economic well-being. Being a doctor, a […]

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  • Poll reforms alone inadequate in Zim

    With three years to go before the 2018 elections in Zimbabwe, there are discussions on reforming the electoral management body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), the Electoral Act through the […]

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  • Prepare for sustainable goals

    Goodbye Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), hello Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)s, is the current call within the international community. ‘

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  • Govt’s 10-point plan a worthless dud

    THE 10-point plan presented by President Robert Mugabe in his state of the nation address in parliament on Tuesday has been widely dismissed as not worth the paper it is […]

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  • Zimbabwe’s diamonds lose bling

    THE value of Zimbabwe’s diamonds on the international market tumbled by as much as 56% between 2013 and 2014 to US$238,6 million as the country’s precious stone seems to be […]

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  • Australia wants clarity on indigenisation
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    THE Australian government has invited Zimbabwean officials to a mining conference next month in Perth — the capital of Western Australia — to clarify the country’s controversial indigenisation laws to […]

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    Govt’s 10-point plan a worthless dud

    THE 10-point plan presented by President Robert Mugabe in his state of the nation address in parliament on Tuesday has been widely dismissed as not worth the paper it is […]

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    Khama’s call for democracy exposes Mugabe

    NEW Sadc chairperson, Botswana President Ian Khama’s emphasis on the need for the region to be a beacon for democracy exposes his predecessor President Robert Mugabe who has been widely […]

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    Biti set to be confirmed Renewal leader

    THE MDC Renewal Team’s inaugural convention to be held in Harare between today and Sunday will be devoid of drama and fierce contestation for leadership as most posts are uncontested. […]

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    G40 plots 2018 election move

    A GROUP of Young Turks in Zanu PF known as Generation 40 (G40), which has been fighting for control of the party with a faction led by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa […]

  • Depreciation of the rand: Impact on Zim business
    Former South African Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus shows off South Africa's new banknotes, which features an image of former president Nelson Mandela on the front and images of the country's "Big Five" wild animals on the reverse, before conducting the first transaction in Pretoria, November 6, 2012.    REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

    PURSUANT to the abolition of the dual exchange rate system, that is unification of the financial and the commercial rand) on March 10 1995 the unified rand was stable at […]

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    Prepare for sustainable goals

    Goodbye Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), hello Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)s, is the current call within the international community. ‘

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    ZNCC top managers lose jobs

    INDUSTRY lobby group, the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) has embarked on a major restructuring exercise with a view to revamping the organisation which will result in top managers […]

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    Zimbabwe’s diamonds lose bling

    THE value of Zimbabwe’s diamonds on the international market tumbled by as much as 56% between 2013 and 2014 to US$238,6 million as the country’s precious stone seems to be […]

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    ZB injects US$5m into housing projects

    ZB financial holdings Ltd has so far spent US$5 million in developing housing units in Beitbridge, Hatfield and Ruwa, an official has said. ‘

  • Depreciation of the rand: Impact on Zim business
    Former South African Reserve Bank Governor Gill Marcus shows off South Africa's new banknotes, which features an image of former president Nelson Mandela on the front and images of the country's "Big Five" wild animals on the reverse, before conducting the first transaction in Pretoria, November 6, 2012.    REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

    PURSUANT to the abolition of the dual exchange rate system, that is unification of the financial and the commercial rand) on March 10 1995 the unified rand was stable at […]

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    Fresh land grabs: Govt keeps trampling on property rights

    GOVERNMENT’S seizure of 23 white-owned commercial farms last week for its “agriculture resettlement” raises questions about Zimbabwe’s commitment to respecting property rights, one of the major issues highlighted as a […]

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    Zim’s youth unemployment crisis

    When Zimbabweans took up arms to liberate the country from British colonial rule, they were not only seeking justice and freedom, but also better economic well-being. Being a doctor, a […]

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    Poll reforms alone inadequate in Zim

    With three years to go before the 2018 elections in Zimbabwe, there are discussions on reforming the electoral management body, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), the Electoral Act through the […]

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    Brazil president and the Peter Principle

    Protesters thronged Brazil’s cities on August 16 demanding the impeachment of Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff, narrowly elected to a second term just last October, but not one of them made […]

  • Young Sables seek to redeem lost pride
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    The Young Sables’ mission against Namibia on Saturday is about more than just winning the Africa Cup and qualifying for the Junior World Rugby Trophy, as the Under-19 rugby team […]

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    Kirsten optimistic ahead of Tri-Nations

    Zimbabwean junior golfer Justin Kirsten hopes his recent solid performances in Germany will help inspire the national junior team to a third consecutive title. ‘

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    Mukuhlani takes over as new Zim Cricket boss

    Tavengwa Mukuhlani was yesterday nominated new Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board chairman at the association’s Annual General Meeting held in Harare. ‘

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    Sables’ sternest test

    WHEN the Sables face the World Cup-bound Namibian national rugby team on Saturday they will be aware a lot more is at stake than the Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) […]

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    Cricket players rewarded

    ZIMBABWE Cricket has lived up to its promise to channel more resources to on-field and player welfare improvements after offering contracts that have been accepted by most of its players. […]

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