• Top spy to head telecoms regulator

    IN a move calculated to control cyberspace and facilitate spying on citizens, government has consolidated its grip on the telecommunications sector by appointing a senior Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) officer […]

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    Boko Haram faction ready to negotiate release of 83 more Chibok girls – govt

    The Islamic State-allied faction of Boko Haram which last week freed 21 of more than 200 Chibok girls kidnapped in April 2014 in northeast Nigeria is willing to negotiate the […]

  • United States ambassador to Zimbabwe Peter Harry Thomas Jr
    US supports rights guranteed in Zimbabwe’s constitution

    THE United States of America and the Zimbabwean government have had strained relations for some time. Of late, Harare has been accusing Washington of funding, offering logistical support as well […]

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    Zacc in fresh $5m Moyo probe

    THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has embarked on a fresh investigation of Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo as it emerges that US$5 million meant for the digitisation programme […]

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    BancABC reels under US$83m bad debts

    BancABC Zimbabwe, whose US$228 000 after-tax profit for the six months to June makes it the second least profitable bank, is reeling from non-performing loans (NPLs) totalling US$83 million lent to […]

  • Zim firms face no water for more than five days

    THE bad news just doesn’t stop for businesses operating in Zimbabwe. Already reeling from a myriad of economic challenges that include a slump in aggregate demand, competition from cheap imports […]

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  • Delta, the largest company on the ZSE by market capitalisation, last month recorded a 12% decline in annual profit.
    SABMiller Zim unit down on dollar crunch

    DELTA Corporation, the Zimbabwean brewer and soft drinks maker set to be brought under control of the merged entity between SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev, said on Monday that its […]

  • Labour minister Prisca Mupfumira
    Mupfumira takes labour law amendments to cabinet

    LABOUR minister Prisca Mupfumira will soon submit the principles agreed at the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) to cabinet that will lead to the crafting of a wholly amended Labour Act, […]

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    Mystery of $200m bond notes facility

    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has professed ignorance over the existence of a US$200 million facility from the African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank) which the Zimbabwean government claims will be […]

  • Zimbabwe Stock Exchange hitting a new low key indicators of the worsening economic crisis.
    Headwinds in key sectors weigh down stock market

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange closed September in the red, falling 0,31% to end the month at a total market capitalisation of US$2,81 billion in what analysts say is a reflection […]

  • Zanu PF: Corruption and patronage
    President Robert Mugabe revealed in March that diamonds worth billions of US dollars had been looted from the country.

    THIS is the third instalment of a report by Piers Pigou titled Zimbabwe’s Reforms: An Exercise In Credibility — Or Pretence, which was published by the South African-based Institute for […]

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    Zanu PF has overtaken Sani Abacha

    After looting an estimated US$11,3 billion between 1993 and 1998, the Nigerian dictator Sani Abacha was previously thought to be the greatest thief in post-independence Africa. ‘

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    The problem with referendums

    President Juan Manuel Santos was not obliged to hold a referendum to ratify the deal to end 60 years of war between the Colombian government and Farc (the Revolutionary Armed […]

  • Developments in Information Communication Technology affect business and the law.
    ICTs not optional

    The digital age is here. The developments in Information Communication Technology (ICT) are terrific. (more…) ‘

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    Govt clueless on economy

    IN his desperate defence of the introduction of bond notes, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya shocked the market when he told bankers and journalists attending the Monetary […]

  • ZC to unveil Streak
    Heath Streak

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) yesterday finalised the appointment of Heath Streak as the national team coach and the unveiling could be made today. ‘

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    Audit report troubles ZC

    THE much-anticipated scrutiny of Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s financial position has been abandoned for the second time in as many weeks after board members demanded the completion of a credible audit, […]

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    ZRU reinstates Mandenge

    SABLES coach Cyprian Mandenge has been reinstated as the Zimbabwe national fifteens rugby team coach, barely a month after he was reportedly pushed following a string of poor results. ‘

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    ZC audit plot thickens

    A LEADING audit firm has sensationally distanced itself from Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s hotly disputed financial statements of 2015 in a development likely to expose massive fraudulent activities in the administration […]

  • Heath Streak
    ZC courts Streak

    Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is locked in negotiations with former captain Heath Streak who is earmarked to take over as the national team coach following the departure of Dav Whatmore who […]

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