• Zim miners sound wage alarm for 2017 – survey

    ZIMBABWEAN mining companies – among them units of SA and other world resource firms such as Sibanye Gold, Caledonia Mining Corporation and Anglo Platinum – will not be able to […]

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  • Waiting for Mugabe’s exit, Zimbabweans suffer broken economy

    Edgar Garwe sits repairing mobile phones behind the counter of his tumble-down stall, worrying about a scarcity of customers and how he’ll pay his two children’s school fees. (more…) ‘

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  • Zimbabwe wants industries to pay up front for imported power

    ZIMBABWE’S state electricity distribution company has asked industrial customers to pay in advance in foreign currency for power imported from South Africa and Mozambique as generation from the Kariba South […]

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  • Military brutality, bond notes and Fidel Castro

    THE recent barbaric attacks on citizens in high-density suburbs by soldiers in a desperate violent campaign to quash simmering protests and social unrest over the growing economic crisis and introduction […]

    A Zimbabwean man shows off new bond notes outside a bank in Harare on November 28, 2016. Picture: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters
  • The true state of the nation

    President Robert Mugabe is expected to present his state of the nation address on December 6, but Zimbabweans are not holding their breath, given his dysfunctional government and its dismal […]

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  • G40 faces new uphill struggle
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    ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere faces an uphill task ahead of the party’s annual conference in Masvingo in his bid to push through a controversial resolution by his home […]

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    Govt engages five airlines for AirZim revival

    GOVERNMENT has engaged five international carriers from Kenya, Ethiopia, Singapore, Turkey and Malaysia to partner the troubled Air Zimbabwe with hopes of turning around the fortunes of the ailing and […]

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    Mixed reaction to bond notes

    INDUSTRY and consumers have greeted the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s bond notes with mixed feelings as the promissory notes rattle the market. ‘

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    Bond notes launch stirs market apprehensions

    A FALSE start in the introduction of bond notes and inconsistencies behind the message around the promissory currency were laid bare this week, dampening market confidence in the monetary instrument. […]

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    China cagey on $5bn deals

    THERE are renewed doubts over China’s commitment to fund US$5 billion agriculture and housing projects that were proposed recently as well as deals that President Robert Mugabe purportedly clinched when […]

  • Counting the cost of chaotic land reform
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    ZIMBABWE’S chaotic land reform exercise which began in 2000 continues to haunt the economy — 16 years on. Commercial farmers and formal agricultural structures have been destroyed and resultantly land […]

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    Zim still to complete aerodrome certification of Victoria Falls airport

    INTERNATIONAL Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has implored Zimbabwe to follow proper procedures to complete the aerodrome certification of the newly commissioned Victoria Falls International Airport. ‘

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    Employers to engage Mnangagwa

    EMPLOYERS are set to meet Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa to discuss various concerns raised by their members at the Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (Emcoz) annual congress in Victoria Falls last week, […]

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    BNC back in the black

    LISTED nickel producer Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) reported a US$1,2 million after-tax profit in the first half of the year ended September 30 2016, reversing a US$3,4 million loss in […]

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    Zim miners sound wage alarm for 2017 – survey

    ZIMBABWEAN mining companies – among them units of SA and other world resource firms such as Sibanye Gold, Caledonia Mining Corporation and Anglo Platinum – will not be able to […]

  • Emotionally intelligent leaders lead with distinction
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    THERE is more to leadership than meets the eye. Being a leader is more than looking good and directing people. ‘

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    Can the rand save Zim?

    In recent months there has been plenty of debate about currency in Zimbabwe. The debate was sparked by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s announcement that it will introduce bond notes […]

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    Bond notes: What could go wrong?

    Seldom are problems solved permanently. Quite often, the tendency by policy makers is to fixate short-term solutions to permanent problems, only to re-emerge a few months or years later. ‘

  • A Zimbabwean man shows off new bond notes outside a bank in Harare on November 28, 2016. Picture: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters
    Military brutality, bond notes and Fidel Castro

    THE recent barbaric attacks on citizens in high-density suburbs by soldiers in a desperate violent campaign to quash simmering protests and social unrest over the growing economic crisis and introduction […]

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    Land reform programme: The curse of dead capital

    WHEN Zimbabwe embarked on the chaotic land reform programme that resulted in white commercial farmers losing large tracts of land to indigenous people, little did architects of the populist exercise […]

  • Ronaldo: Barca’s nightmare at Nou Camp
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    OFTEN criticised for having little influence in big matches, it seems such an assessment holds little water when it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo’s performances in the world’s biggest domestic game. […]

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    Enrique in feisty mood

    Barcelona’s El Clasico clash against Real Madrid tomorrow is a must-win fixture with the Blaugrana looking to keep pace with the league leaders having fallen behind by six points, and […]

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    Spin demons strike Zim

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team batsmen endured some hard lessons, especially on how to face spin, with Rangana Herath dominating with the ball for Sri Lanka to take 13 wickets […]

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    Zim’s big century

    Zimbabwe’s first of two Tests against Sri Lanka starting at Harare Sports Club tomorrow will mark a century of matches in that format for the host nation. ‘

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    Mourinho humbled by United support

    Jose Mourinho lauded Manchester United’s supporters after his team put the disappointment of their 4-0 humiliation at Chelsea behind them to sink Manchester City in England’s League Cup. ‘

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