• New twist to Nssa corruption storm

    A SCHEDULED forensic audit into the goings-on at the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) has taken a new twist after Auditor-General Mildred Chiri wrote to an audit firm contracted to […]

  • Mega mining deals must be scrutinised

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa says foreign investors have so far assured him that Zimbabwe will receive investment inflows totalling US$15 billion if the country holds free, fair and credible elections. (more…)

  • Cryptocurrencies ban: RBZ dragged to court

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and its governor John Mangudya have been taken to court by a local cryptocurrency exchange dealer, Bitfinance (Pvt) Ltd trading as Golix, which is […]

  • Mnangagwa bows to Chinese pressure

    THE Zimbabwean government has bowed to Chinese pressure and will restore Anjin Investment’s operating licence after finalisation of the new diamond policy, nearly three years after the entity was stopped […]

  • Battle for Telecel control intensifies

    TELECEL and Empowerment Corporation (EC) shareholder Gerald Mlotshwa has called for the reconvening of last year’s inconclusive extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to adopt the resignation of EC chairman James Makamba, […]



  • Question to Finance minister Chinamsa

    Are we going to have an annual budget review or a mid-term fiscal policy statement? There are a few better ways to reveal whether government’s rhetoric matches reality than examining […]

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  • Fuel-from-coal deal snake oil?

    OVER the weekend, in the Eastern Highland city of Mutare, at the Sakubva rally, President Emmerson Mnangagwa read the roll call of promised investments, clocking a mouth-watering US$15 billion. (more…)

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  • Mukupe’s utterances on elections irresponsible

    THE garrulous deputy Finance minister Terrence Mukupe has this year been a moving advert of how not to behave in public office. (more…)

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  • Music in Zimbabwe

    Admire Kudita One of the books on display at the justended Zimbabwe International Trade Fair’s University of Zimbabwe (UZ) stand was a book titled Music in Zimbabwe written by the […]

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  • Bulawayo Arts Awards dinner buzz

    TONIGHT the nominees of the Bulawayo Arts Awards’s second edition which will be held on the 26th of May 2018 will converge for a special dress-up dinner event at one […]

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  • AirZim saga: Tale of half-truths, lies and deception

    As someone —unknown — once said “if words don’t add up, it’s usually because the truth wasn’t included in the equation”. (more…)

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  • Why the Sekeramayi project failed

    FORMER president Robert Mugabe’s project to appoint former defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi as his successor failed due to an array of reasons: his lack of gravitas, weak support from the […]

  • Angry villagers drag Mpofu to court

    UMGUZA Community Share Ownership Trust has dragged Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu (pictured) to court for allegedly grabbing borehole drilling equipment and accessories valued at US$600 000 from the trust. […]

  • Mnangagwa escalates Dabengwa talks

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has renewed efforts to lure Zapu president Dumiso Dabengwa into Zanu PF structures and government, this time sending a top military commander to engage the ex-home affairs […]

  • US, Canada among our main targets: SB Moyo

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration, which took over from former president Robert Mugabe in November last year, has embarked on a diplomatic charm offensive to re-engage the international community and restore […]

  • Zimpost eyes US$5m from new product productproduct

    STATE-OWNED postal services company Zimpost expects revenue from its newly launched insurance product to reach US$5 million in the next three years, driven primarily by a strong distribution network and […]

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  • US$400m mega deal poser: NRZ equipment incompatible

    THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is facing a crisis owing to the incompatibility of railway equipment received under the US$400 million Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) deal. (more…)

  • Mineral exports increase 29%

    Mineral exports in the four months to April 2018 rose 29% to 592 metric tonnes (mt), driven by increased output although revenues marginally declined by 1% to US$508 million owing […]

  • Local firm gets contract to set up US$200m lithium project

    AUSTRALIAN-LISTED Prospect Resources says it has engaged a local firm to provide construction services to set up a mining plan as the group moves to implement the first phase of […]

  • Disposable incomes buoy OK earnings

    OK Zimbabwe attributable earnings jumped 172% buoyed by improved disposable incomes, but the retail giant warned of looming supply gaps going forward. (more…)

  • Hwange Colliery board shake up on the cards

    TROUBLED Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) will by the end of next week have a new-look board of directors, Mines minister Winston Chitando has said. (more…)

  • Question to Finance minister Chinamsa

    Are we going to have an annual budget review or a mid-term fiscal policy statement? There are a few better ways to reveal whether government’s rhetoric matches reality than examining […]

    ... Read more

  • Fuel-from-coal deal snake oil?

    OVER the weekend, in the Eastern Highland city of Mutare, at the Sakubva rally, President Emmerson Mnangagwa read the roll call of promised investments, clocking a mouth-watering US$15 billion. (more…)

  • Mukupe’s utterances on elections irresponsible

    THE garrulous deputy Finance minister Terrence Mukupe has this year been a moving advert of how not to behave in public office. (more…)

  • Mnangagwa needs a Madrid model

    ON Saturday night, May 26, 2018, at 8:45pm this part of the world — 7:45pm British Summer Time — Real Madrid, the world’s most successful football club, will clash with […]


  • SRC part of Zim cricket institutional problems
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    WE were tucked in a small corner of the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) boardroom in Harare, the tightly-knit Zimbabwean cricket press corps, waiting for the big announcement. (more…)

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  • New twist to ZC funds

    ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) has received a reprieve for its US$19 million debt after the Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (Zamco) agreed to service the non-performing loan at lower interest rates, although […]

  • PDV project takes shape

    FORMER South Africa Under-20 lock Jannie Stander will join a Zimbabwe Presidents XV in Pretoria on Sunday for two warm-up matches in preparation for the Sables’ 2019 World Cup qualification […]

  • Uefa CL final- When Real Madrid have to win, they do.

    Made in Liverpool but he shone in the Galactico era at Real Madrid, five years after Michael Owen’s retirement, he will attend the Champions League final as a spectator. (more…)

  • Same beginning, different journeys

    WHEN one Facebook group went down memory lane this week and posted the Zimbabwe Schools squad from the 2002 Craven Week edition, rugby fans were swept away by a wave […]

  • Moral question of the scramble for politics

    By Enock Muchinjo TYCOON Strive Masiyiwa opened up for the first time two months ago about how Econet, the giant telecoms company he founded two decades ago, was hounded out […]

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