• Power, greed taint Mugabe’s legacy

    AT Zimbabwe’s Independence in 1980, President Robert Mugabe was feted worldwide for his vision, statesmanship, intellect and the policy of reconciliation.

  • Succession triggers turmoil

    THE military takeover of President Robert Mugabe’s government by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) in the early hours of Wednesday morning is the culmination of prolonged intense factional battles triggered […]

  • Mugabe’s chief of security battered

    THE atmosphere in the country has been tranquil and serene despite the military holding President Robert Mugabe and his family hostage, while embarking on an operation to arrest his close […]

  • ZSE raises US$5,4m on debt market

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) says it has so far raised US$$5,4 million on the debt market since the re-establishment of the Fixed Income Board (FIB) in May this year.

  • Zanu PF faces new wave of purges

    THE Zanu PF politburo on Wednesday discussed the explosive statement issued by former vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa in which he threatened to lead a popular revolt against President Robert Mugabe under […]



  • Power, greed taint Mugabe’s legacy

    AT Zimbabwe’s Independence in 1980, President Robert Mugabe was feted worldwide for his vision, statesmanship, intellect and the policy of reconciliation.

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  • China’s ‘Gang of Four’ tale replays in Zim

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe’s political career bears a striking resemblance to that of the “Gang of Four” which consisted of China’s former chairman Mao Tse Tung’s fourth wife, Jiang Qing […]

  • The rise and fall of Grace Mugabe

    WHEN President Robert Mugabe exchanged nuptials with Grace Marufu amid pomp and fanfare in August 1996, few would have guessed that she would after two decades make such a dramatic […]

  • Clashes between security services

    By Bernard Mpofu TENSIONs between the country’s security services this week intensified after the police reportedly attempted to arrest military chief General Constantino Chiwenga upon his return from an official […]

  • Succession triggers turmoil

    THE military takeover of President Robert Mugabe’s government by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) in the early hours of Wednesday morning is the culmination of prolonged intense factional battles triggered […]

  • ZSE tumbles on military action

    Stocks fell 7,46% on Thursday a day after the country’s military announced it had detained President Robert Mugabe and arrested high-ranking government officials the army believes are responsible for corruption […]

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  • Hwange set to re-open mine

    HWANGE Colliery Company Limited says it will resume underground mining at one of its key mines next year and push monthly coal export volumes beyond the current 3 000 tonnes, businessdigest […]

  • ZSE raises US$5,4m on debt market

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) says it has so far raised US$$5,4 million on the debt market since the re-establishment of the Fixed Income Board (FIB) in May this year.

  • Govt sets up Commercial Court

    GOVERNMENT has set in motion the setting up of a Commercial Court which will handle all commercial disputes.

  • Zimpost targets 10% increase in volumes

    LOCAL postal services courier Zimpost says it is targeting a 10% increase in volumes and a US$320 000 rise in total turnover on its mobile platform Zipcash in 2018 driven by […]

  • Liquidity crunch hits dairy operations

    THE debilitating liquidity crunch and the current wave of price increases are hampering growth in the country’s dairy sector, businessdigest has learnt.

  • Transition govt is best way forward

    This week’s events in Zimbabwe have stunned the world in a profound manner, but we must never lose sight of the fact that what is needed in this situation is […]

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  • Double-edged sword of SI 64 repeal

    GOVERNMENT’S decision to relax and repeal Statutory Instrument 64 is an indication that it is bowing down to pressure from ordinary citizens, although the move will widen the trade deficit.

  • The new framework for leadership in digital age

    THE United States election which ushered in the Donald Trump era brought in a whole new perspective to leadership in many sections of communities within and outside the US. Trump’s […]

  • Is govt expenditure inflexible to be reviewed downwards?

    Does the government need to focus on government expenditure or revenue? An obvious answer is both. It is that time of the year when the excitement of the national budget […]


  • 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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  • Warriors coach: Stop the dilly-dallying

    THE chaotic episode of the vacant Warriors coach post has only proved one thing: Zifa’s lack of accountability to the football-loving public.

  • Raza, Hami stand tall

    Batsmen Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza Butt and captain Graeme Cremer, with the ball, were the standout performers for Zimbabwe in their two-match Test series which ended in a 1-0 […]

  • Juju in football: A journalist’s experience

    It can be ridiculously weird, downright outrageous and at times comical yet it is very much part of the battle for honours. In Zimbabwean soccer, charms or juju are as […]

  • Chevrons a work in progress

    IN THE end, in the grand scheme of things, one cannot say it was not expected.

  • Trio excites Taibu

    Convener of selectors Tatenda Taibu says the return of Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis as well as the introduction of Solomon Mire to Test cricket augurs well for the future […]

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