• The offspring of Africa’s strongmen are living it up

    THE Mugabe brothers are having a night out again. Here they are showing off their outfits: distressed white denim, high-top sneakers, statement sunglasses. Now they’re in a VIP booth at […]

  • Zanu PF succession implodes party

    the Zanu PF “succession” crisis generates considerably more heat than light in the eyes of the media, and there remains ignorance about all the legal niceties that surround the issue […]

  • Mugabe summons security bosses over disturbances

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last week summoned Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo and police bosses, then acting Defence minister Kembo Mohadi as well as Zimbabwe Defence Forces commander General Constantino Chiwenga […]

  • ZB Holdings net revenue increases 17%

    ZB Holdings net profit for the half year to June rose 38% to US$8,2 million from US$5,9m in the comparative period in H116 helped by improved revenue performance. The group’s […]

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  • The offspring of Africa’s strongmen are living it up

    THE Mugabe brothers are having a night out again. Here they are showing off their outfits: distressed white denim, high-top sneakers, statement sunglasses. Now they’re in a VIP booth at […]

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  • Zanu PF chefs drain Zinwa dry

    TOP security officials, Zanu PF bigwigs and senior government functionaries owe the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid bills for water supplied to their […]

  • Mugabe summons security bosses over disturbances

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last week summoned Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo and police bosses, then acting Defence minister Kembo Mohadi as well as Zimbabwe Defence Forces commander General Constantino Chiwenga […]

  • VP Mnangagwa offers to resign

    IN a dramatic development which could have led to a seismic shift in local politics, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week offered to resign from his government and ruling party posts, […]

  • Duty-free fuel scam deepens

    A FUEL scandal has rocked government after it emerged that two private companies imported 312 million litres of diesel duty-free, while prejudicing the broke Treasury of revenue in unpaid taxes, […]

  • Mugabe’s plot risked civil war

    THE so-called Entumbane disturbances of November 1980 and February 1981, during which President Robert Mugabe’s then guerrilla army, Zanla, fought that of his nationalist rival Joshua Nkomo’s Zipra, are typically […]

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  • Leading courageously in a challenging environment

    DESPITE the excruciatingly difficult economic environment, there are some positive indicators that we are currently experiencing.

  • Zanu PF succession implodes party

    the Zanu PF “succession” crisis generates considerably more heat than light in the eyes of the media, and there remains ignorance about all the legal niceties that surround the issue […]

  • More bond notes fuel uncertainty

    INSTEAD of bringing a sense of relief and stability, the announcement by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya in his mid-term monetary policy statement last week that he […]


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