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    NEWLY appointed Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment minister Christopher Mushowe said yesterday government could compel foreign-owned companies to relinquish as much as 99% ownership to Zimbabwean locals.

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    THE amendment of the labour laws expected early next year will significantly increase the number of retrenchments.

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    IN the aftermath of a fierce internal Zanu PF succession power struggle, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa is rapidly consolidating power to secure his ascendancy to the throne.

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    NEWLY appointed Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment minister Christopher Mushowe said yesterday government could compel foreign-owned companies to relinquish as much as 99% ownership to Zimbabwean locals.

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    Cracks widen in Zanu PF

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    Mnangagwa rapidly consolidates power

    IN the aftermath of a fierce internal Zanu PF succession power struggle, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa is rapidly consolidating power to secure his ascendancy to the throne.

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    Mphoko haunted by his CIO past

    DESPITE his strong liberation struggle credentials and his surprise ascension to the post of vice-president, Phelekezela Mphoko is haunted by his past.

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    … Zanu PF weaker after congress

    LIKE viewers of South African television soap opera Generations, local and international audiences will be treated to a new cast of the ruling Zanu PF

  • Behind Zim’s chaos lies glimmer of new dawn
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    IT is said that the darkest hour of night comes before dawn. Certainly, Zimbabwe has been stumbling about in the darkest phase of its 34 years of Independence since President Robert Mugabe returned to unchallenged power with another rigged election last year.

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    Is Zim entering post-Mugabe era?

    CAN you believe it is Christmas again? It seemed that just yesterday we were celebrating the New Year; I know I am at an age when time seems to rush […]

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    Another wasted year, as economy screams

    Another wasted year comes to an end. Marked by empty promises, delusional policies and the continual rise of Mugabe-Zanu PF “political monotheism”, 2014 can only be remembered for its tragicomedies.

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    Climate change: The impossible deal

    This is not how it was supposed to happen.

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    Govt’s piecemeal land reform changes recipe for more chaos

    THE ruling Zanu PF party’s admission of chaos and confusion in its land reform programme and subsequent proposals to undo some of its unsavoury aspects, particularly the land grabs from “indigenous Zimbabweans”, highlight all too clearly the inescapable logic of ancient wisdom that fools will do in the end what the wise would have done in the beginning.

  • Malcolm Waller’s bowling action condemned as illegal
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    The International Cricket Council today confirmed that an independent analysis has found the bowling action of Zimbabwe’s Malcolm Waller to be illegal and, as such, the off-spinner has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect.

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    Dave Houghton chase hits snag

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    ZC line up Whatmore

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