• Charges politically motivated: Moyo

    FORMER higher education minister Jonathan Moyo has dismissed criminal charges being levelled against him by government, arguing that the accusations are part of a politically-motivated plot by an illegitimate regime. […]

  • Zacc launches probe into Zec tender scam

    THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has launched an investigation into the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) over massive corruption, allegedly committed during the 2013 referendum and harmonised elections, which could end […]

  • Air Zim set to get new planes

    THE Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development plans to buy three Embraer ERJ145 aircraft for Air Zimbabwe at a cost of US$6 million and lease two other similar aircraft which […]

  • The dilemma facing Zim

    A new year has dawned and I think all Zimbabweans suffered over this past festive season from a hangover caused by the unscheduled departure of Robert Mugabe from the presidency. […]

  • Quick fixes for economic recovery

    There is always a high level of expectation from the citizens that comes with leadership transformation at whatever level.



  • Mnangagwa comes to Tsvangirai’s rescue

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa in 2016 facilitated the disbursement of US$70 000 in state funds to settle medical bills of opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who is currently battling cancer of the colon, […]

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  • Zim teen steals singing contest limelight

    For an industry that feeds on youthful exuberance, good looks and the adulation of millions of screaming teenage girls, the organisers of a United Kingdom singing contest, The Voice, must […]

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  • Harnessing culture to cement society

    A society’s normative ideas and values inform the discourse in every sphere of life, from the economy to culture. The hope with this piece is to contribute a perspective about […]

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  • Price hikes: Coercive methods won’t work

    THE Zanu PF politburo on Wednesday set up an ad-hoc committee chaired by Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga who, until last month, was the Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. Candid Comment,Owen […]

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  • Free, fair polls the real test

    In news that could burst Zimbabwe’s post-coup bubble, the World Bank (WB) has projected the country’s fragile economy to grow only 0,9% in 2018, compared to Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s […]

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  • Mnangagwa comes to Tsvangirai’s rescue

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa in 2016 facilitated the disbursement of US$70 000 in state funds to settle medical bills of opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who is currently battling cancer of the colon, […]

    ... Read more

  • Charges politically motivated: Moyo

    FORMER higher education minister Jonathan Moyo has dismissed criminal charges being levelled against him by government, arguing that the accusations are part of a politically-motivated plot by an illegitimate regime. […]

  • Zacc launches probe into Zec tender scam

    THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has launched an investigation into the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) over massive corruption, allegedly committed during the 2013 referendum and harmonised elections, which could end […]

  • Tsvangirai succession: MDC-T faces implosion

    OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s (pictured) announcement that he is considering retiring from politics has escalated succession fights in the party with officials warning of implosion. (more…)

  • Immigration staff complain about corruption

    IMMIGRATION department employees have written to Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu and parliament asking them to urgently investigate allegations of rampant corruption, nepotism and abuse of state assets, which have […]

  • CZI pushes for power tariff cut

    THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) is lobbying government to lower power tariffs which it cites as one of the factors triggering recent commodity price increases. (more…)

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  • Border Timbers to outsource pole plant

    Forestry and sawmilling concern Border Timbers’ production volumes for the five months to November 2017 (FY2018) were 16% higher than during the same period last year driven by improved and […]

  • State moves to retire TelOne debt

    Government has committed itself to take up TelOne’s legacy debt under a debt warehousing initiative as the money owed continues to weigh on the company’s operations.

  • Govt to revive fuel plant

    THE Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education intends to resuscitate a key fuel plant at Feruka as well as develop a solar energy project as part of its 100-day work […]

  • Employers to meet Kagonye

    EMPLOYERS are scheduled to meet Labour minister Petronella Kagonye today to discuss issues which include the amendment of the Labour Act as well as map the way forward for the […]

  • Zim requires US$26bn infrastructure support: IDBZ

    ZIMBABWE requires at least US$26 billion over a period of 10 years to address a gap in infrastructural development and become competitive for investment, the Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe […]

  • Price hikes: Coercive methods won’t work

    THE Zanu PF politburo on Wednesday set up an ad-hoc committee chaired by Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga who, until last month, was the Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. Candid Comment,Owen […]

    ... Read more

  • Free, fair polls the real test

    In news that could burst Zimbabwe’s post-coup bubble, the World Bank (WB) has projected the country’s fragile economy to grow only 0,9% in 2018, compared to Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s […]

  • Exploring ‘In Pursuit Of Righteousness’

    IN last week installment, I carried out an interview with Regina Tendayi, author of In Pursuit Of Righteousness. Tendayi, who is an experienced human resources practitioner and HR expert, explores […]

  • The dilemma facing Zim

    A new year has dawned and I think all Zimbabweans suffered over this past festive season from a hangover caused by the unscheduled departure of Robert Mugabe from the presidency. […]


  • Talent, brains rolled into one

    ARNOLD Tsunga, the prominent human rights lawyer, last week commented so eloquently in this paper on the legal implications of military appointments in President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s cabinet. (more…)

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  • Lone voice in the wilderness

    SPEAKING out where others choose to remain silent is a quality that often leaves many in our midst with labels. But those who choose to speak out against what is […]

  • Action-packed year for Zim sport

    MIXED fortunes. Indeed, this is a cliché of note in sport. But in conducting an autopsy for Zimbabwe’s sporting year in 2017, how does one move away from this old […]

  • How to shame a nation

    THE worst tragedy, when you think about it, is that the two greatest examples of incompetence in Zimbabwean sports administration in 2017 has come at a price to the Zambians, […]

  • Zim eyes top coaches

    ZIMBABWE have gone for broke in the quest to qualify for the 2019 Rugby World Cup by targeting former coaches of the All Blacks and Springboks to take charge of […]

  • System failure behind fast bowling woes

    DURING the second Test between Zimbabwe and the West Indies in October, commentator Alan Wilkins, the former English county player, posed a question to colleague Vusi Sibanda, wondering why pace […]

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