• Tensions between Mnangagwa and army commanders grow

    TENSIONs are gradually intensifying between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military clique surrounding him, amid revelations that the army is exerting overbearing influence on the executive. (more…)

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  • Gukurahundi: Victims want their voices heard

    THE multitudes at Maphisa Shopping Centre in Kezi, Matabeleland South, have a life of their own. The people at this shopping centre move like a shoal of fish: so many […]

  • Zim to mortgage minerals for capital

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya on Monday told visiting Australian assistant secretary for Africa branch Gita Kamath that the country is ready to securitise its mineral resources in […]

  • MDC-T descends into messy succession fight

    …Tsvangirai’s death fuels internal turmoil THE death of Morgan Tsvangirai, who succumbed to colon cancer in South Africa two days ago, has plunged Zimbabwe’s main opposition MDC-T party into further […]

  • VIDEO: Tribute to Morgan Tsvangirai

    Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai died on February 14, 2018, aged 65. Below is a video clip capturing events in his life.

  • Mystery CFI offer baffles market

    An offer for CFI Holdings shares to the market is now shrouded in mystery after the company disowned the offer. (more…)

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  • Zimasco to invest US$80 million in expansion projects

    Zimasco will invest an estimated US$80 million in new furnace smelting capacity in the medium-term as part of the mining giant’s expansion plans, a company official has said. (more…)

  • 29 investment schemes registered

    The Securities Commission of Zimbabwe (Seczim) says it now has managed to bring together 29 collective investment schemes under its ambit as it intensifies efforts to strengthen regulatory oversight on […]

  • Nestlé Zim exports up 50%

    Nestlé Zimbabwe’s exports went up 50% in 2017 from the prior year on the back of increased production from its filling and packaging production lines commissioned last year. (more…)

  • Business to meet Kagonye, Mangudya

    CAPTAINS of industry will meet Labour minister Petronella Kagonye as well as Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya next month which will help them to strategise going forward, businessdigest has learnt.

  • Ministry seeks tax reduction in tourism sector

    THE ministry of Tourism will soon engage the Finance Ministry over burdensome taxes that have hampered the sector’s quest to fulfil 100-day targets, businessdigest has learnt. (more…)

  • Universal healthcare — A no-brainer

    It began, as so many things do these days, with a Donald Trump tweet. Frustrated by his inability to kill the ‘Obamacare’ expansion of public healthcare provision in the United […]

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  • Go well our national icon

    FOR those of us who knew and worked with Morgan Tsvangirai before the glory days, he towers much larger than a party (MDC-T) and opposition politics. He was a national […]

  • Zim’s fragmented ‘reputation economy’

    Zimbabwe’s “reputation economy” in the aftermath of the military coup that dislodged Robert Mugabe in November 2017 is as good as a castle built on sand. Its foundation is shaken […]

  • Open letter to His Excellency President Mnangagwa

    Case for national hero status for the late opposition MDC-T leader MANY patriotic and peace-loving Zimbabweans were shocked by the news of the passing of the leader of the official […]

  • Morality versus constitutionality

    WHEN newly elected Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa (pictured) hinted in December 2015 that he was only interested in completing the term of the deposed Cuthbert Dube, the statement was almost […]

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  • Zim, Kenya: A tragic African story

    ZIMBABWEAN cricket was soaring from the mid-1990s up to some two years into the new millennium. (more…)

  • Our sporting heritage, our pride

    THAT Zimbabwe has produced so many world-class athletes across a variety of sports is a source of much wonder in the world.

  • Mugava’s UK horrifying story: Part 2

    THE story of Simon Mugava, a Zimbabwean cricketer who unsuccessfully applied for political asylum in the United Kingdom, has brought into perspective the agony and struggle of a domestic cricketer […]

  • De Villiers brings total package

    ABILITY aside, the biggest asset Peter de Villiers brings to Zimbabwe is his attitude. (more…)

  • Zim must overhaul football ethos

    FOOTBALL fans and teams never really read too much into the pre-season, but there are occasions when it is folly not to do so. (more…)

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