• Kasukuwere proposes special congress

    ZANU PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, believed to be a G40 kingpin, proposed this week at the party’s politburo meeting that an extraordinary congress be held in December, two […]

  • Politburo erupts as titans clash

    SPARKS flew in an explosive Zanu PF politburo meeting where Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa responded to allegations raised by Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo who accused him of plotting […]

  • Barclays employees to get 15% share

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has approved the transfer of 15% shareholding in Barclays Bank Zimbabwe to an employee share ownership scheme as the take-over of one of the country’s […]

  • Zimra orders former boss to return vehicle

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has written to its former commissioner-general, Gershem Pasi (pictured), demanding the return of a Toyota Land Cruiser he left with following his resignation early this […]

  • Zim fertiliser crisis looms

    ZIMBABWE is facing a serious fertiliser shortage, amid revelations that an additional US$60 million is required for importation of raw materials to manufacture adequate stocks outside the US$56 million the […]



  • Takashinga: Masters of perseverance

    A WAVE of nostalgia swept through a community of Zimbabwean cricket following last week’s column, in which I shared the story of one of the country’s most underrated black cricketers […]

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  • Zim requires urgent change

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised Zimbabwe’s 2017 growth forecast upwards, saying the new projections are anchored on the agricultural and mining sectors. The farming sector registered an uptick […]

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  • Chinamasa ‘demotion’ not a laughing matter

    THERE was a lot of excitement — and one would imagine even apprehension — in some quarters when President Robert Mugabe announced plans to reshuffle his cabinet, which he eventually […]

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  • Three directors booted out of RTG

    AFTER recently increasing its stake in the Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) to 60%, the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) has kicked out three RTG directors who were nominated by British […]

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  • Kasukuwere proposes special congress

    ZANU PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, believed to be a G40 kingpin, proposed this week at the party’s politburo meeting that an extraordinary congress be held in December, two […]

    ... Read more
  • Kasukuwere proposes special congress

    ZANU PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, believed to be a G40 kingpin, proposed this week at the party’s politburo meeting that an extraordinary congress be held in December, two […]

    ... Read more

  • Politburo erupts as titans clash

    SPARKS flew in an explosive Zanu PF politburo meeting where Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa responded to allegations raised by Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo who accused him of plotting […]

  • Zim sinks deeper into economic abyss

    REVELATIONS that Zimbabwe’s ability to attract investment has further declined, according to the latest World Economic Forum’s 2017-2018 Global Competitive Index (GCI), which ranked the southern African country 124th out […]

  • Chivayo deal haunts govt

    THE Energy ministry has ordered the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC), a subsidiary of the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority, to subcontract the US$200 million Gwanda Solar Project awarded to dodgy businessman […]

  • . . . Mugabe angrily tells VP off

    INFIGHTING in Zanu PF reached fever pitch yesterday when Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa dug in his heels, maintaining that he had fallen ill due to poisoning despite an earlier dismissal of […]

  • Turnall seeks US$4m in working capital

    BUILDINGS and associated industries concern Turnall Holdings Ltd says it needs in excess of US$4 million in working capital to finance its operations.

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  • Nssa finalising scheme for informal sector

    THE National Social Security Authority (Nssa) says it is finalising the launch of its voluntary contributory scheme targeting previously excluded groups such as the informal sector, small-to-medium enterprises and domestic […]

  • Zim fertiliser crisis looms

    ZIMBABWE is facing a serious fertiliser shortage, amid revelations that an additional US$60 million is required for importation of raw materials to manufacture adequate stocks outside the US$56 million the […]

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    Knorr remembers the hungry on World Food Day

    Do you know that globally 800 million – – including young Zimbabwean children — are grappling with hunger and go to bed without a meal? Hunger remains an international scourge, […]

  • Budget accountability necessary for progress

    THERE is no better way of ascertaining whether government’s rhetoric matches its actions than examining how it raises and spends public money. Are funds being spent on the things the […]

  • Unpacking cabinet’s GMB riot act

    THIS week cabinet read the riot act on the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) after reports that some of its officials ill-treated farmers and refused to accept small grains.

  • Zim requires urgent change

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised Zimbabwe’s 2017 growth forecast upwards, saying the new projections are anchored on the agricultural and mining sectors. The farming sector registered an uptick […]

    ... Read more

  • Chinamasa ‘demotion’ not a laughing matter

    THERE was a lot of excitement — and one would imagine even apprehension — in some quarters when President Robert Mugabe announced plans to reshuffle his cabinet, which he eventually […]

  • Ex-directors of failed banks must be brought to account

    News that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is investigating allegations of fraud and externalisation is not only welcome, but long overdue. It is said the banks under probe are Interfin, […]

  • Food security, poverty alleviation achievable

    Any country which fails to feed its citizens and minimise poverty through social security nets is a failure.


  • Takashinga: Masters of perseverance

    A WAVE of nostalgia swept through a community of Zimbabwean cricket following last week’s column, in which I shared the story of one of the country’s most underrated black cricketers […]

    ... Read more

  • Chisora: Great warrior

    BEFORE Dereck Chisora’s comeback win at the weekend against Robert Filipovic, his friend and long time trainer Don Charles aptly summed up the Zimbabwean-born British boxer’s in-born fighting spirit.

  • Our greatest weakness lies in giving up easily

    AMOS Maungwa was among thousands of Zimbabweans who made the great trek to South Africa after 2000 at the height of the country’s economic crisis which was characterised by runaway […]

  • Anxiety grips Zim as ICC meets

    Zimbabwe faces an anxious wait to learn the fate of their proposed four-day Boxing Day Test against South Africa and their bid to host the International Cricket Council (ICC) 2019 […]

  • Mucherahowa memoirs breathtaking

    I HAVE just finished reading the autobiography of the legendary former Dynamos captain Memory Mucherahowa and thought I should humbly pay tribute to an eminently readable and outstanding piece of […]

  • Zim key in Afghan’s peace quest

    I WAS doing a special feature on the Afghanistan cricket team in February during their tour here, and just four months before the war-torn country’s greatest sporting moment — attainment […]

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