• ZC manager bowled out

    Zimbabwe Cricket’s (ZC) restructuring programme is set to claim the scalp of managing director Wilfred Mukondiwa, Independent Sport has been told. ‘

    Former South Africa fast bowler Makhaya Ntini might miss out on the vacant Zimbabwe national cricket team coaching job.
  • Dairibord pours US$6m into expansion projects

    ZIMBABWE’S largest milk processor, Dairibord Zimbabwe Ltd (DZL), has embarked on a US$6 million expansion project which could double production capacity for its non-alcoholic malt beverage, Pfuko Maheu, and long […]

    Dairibord Holdings Zimbabwe is the only company that publish its business model in its annual report to its stakeholders Zimbabwe.
  • Zanu PF in desperate bid to rewrite history

    “None other than war rookie Robert Mugabe benefited from Joice Mujuru, the trained cadre at Zhunda Camp. She will remain an inspiration in her own right well beyond those who […]

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  • US$2bn bailout sabotaged

    FEARS are growing that the Lima Plan, which seeks to settle US$1,8 billion arrears owed to preferred international financial institutions — the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the […]

    Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa
  • Govt to deploy army in streets

    GOVERNMENT will today deploy security forces to quell mass demonstrations organised by a coalition of opposition parties joining forces to push for electoral reforms and change — should the protest […]

    Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo addressed a press conference in Harare yesterday, threatening to crush today’s political demonstrations.
  • Sexual abuse: The untold story of the liberation war
    Zimbabwe People First leader Dr.Joyce Mujuru

    IT is night in the late 1970s. Some senior comrades fighting the Rhodesian army during the war of independence arrive at one of the liberation camps in Mozambique sparking joy […]

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    Dodgy companies get money-spinning deals

    MORE improprieties and shady backgrounds have emerged in Zimbabwe’s energy power deals as it surfaced that virtually all companies that have been awarded tenders have been beneficiaries of corrupt deals […]

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    Chivayo a front for Intratrek Zim

    CONVICTED fraudster and dealer Wicknell Chivayo is not the owner of Intratrek Zimbabwe — a controversial company he has successfully fronted to win several multi-million dollar tenders in electricity generation […]

  • President Robert Mugabe arrives at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare recently
    Mugabe’s office hijacks Dema project

    THE Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has seized control from the Energy and Power Development ministry of the controversial US$83 million Dema Diesel Power Plant in a move […]

  • President R.G.Mugabe
    Zim flashpoint glints as Sadc leaders meet

    President Robert Mugabe’s controversial rule and the country’s political and economic crisis have strongly resurfaced on the domestic and regional agenda as pressure mounts on him to embrace far-reaching reforms […]

  • Daily revenue now at US$400k: NetOne
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    Mobile operator NetOne says that its average daily revenue has grown to about US$400 000 in August from US$300 000 in June, driven by an increase in subscribers. ‘

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  • Agribank CE Sam Malaba
    We are using microfinance division to penetrate informal sector: Malaba

    Last week Agribank released its half year results where it posted US$2,1 million profit. Zimababwe Independent business reporter Fidelity Mhlanga (FM) caught up with the bank’s Chief executive Sam Malaba […]

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    Beitbridge hard hit by hotel closures

    THE closure of the Rainbow Tourism Group’s Beitbridge Hotel and African Sun’s Express Hotel in Beitbridge has had a negative impact on the development of the town, businessdigest has learnt. […]

  • Dairibord Holdings Zimbabwe is the only company that publish its business model in its annual report to its stakeholders Zimbabwe.
    Dairibord pours US$6m into expansion projects

    ZIMBABWE’S largest milk processor, Dairibord Zimbabwe Ltd (DZL), has embarked on a US$6 million expansion project which could double production capacity for its non-alcoholic malt beverage, Pfuko Maheu, and long […]

  • A partial view of the Zimasco smelter in Kwekwe.
    Corporate vultures swoop on Zimasco

    Corporate vultures are circling around Zimbabwe Mining and Smelting Company (Pvt) Ltd (Zimasco) with a view to effect a hostile take-over of the integrated ferrochrome company in the country ‘

  • Eighty years on — Is 2016 the new 1936?
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    Hegel remarks somewhere that all great world-historic facts and personages appear, so to speak, twice. He forgot to add: the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce (Karl […]

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    Productivity at the workplace

    ARE your employees productive at work? Many organisations have problems in ascertaining productivity levels of their employees and it is most probable that they are wasting resources, financially or otherwise […]

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    Command agric will not work

    Just when you thought you had seen it all, you get this new animal on the street in Zimbabwe called “Command Agriculture”. ‘

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    SA-Zim trade war: Time for WTO intervention?

    The current dispute between South Africa and Zimbabwe relating to the latter’s import restrictions on groceries and other products such as building materials underlines the importance of a vibrant dispute […]

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    NTA: Possibility of a soft landing for Zim

    Zimbabwe is a country in crisis, bereft of any capacity to reform — neither politically nor economically. This is common cause for all Zimbabweans and a major reason for the […]

  • ZC manager bowled out
    Former South Africa fast bowler Makhaya Ntini might miss out on the vacant Zimbabwe national cricket team coaching job.

    Zimbabwe Cricket’s (ZC) restructuring programme is set to claim the scalp of managing director Wilfred Mukondiwa, Independent Sport has been told. ‘

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  • Sunday-Chidzambwa
    Zifa bows to pressure

    The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has bowed down to government pressure by appointing standing committees to ensure the smooth running of the game in the country. ‘

  • Graeme Cremer wants Zimbabwe to play more cricket.
    Cremer pleased with Zim’s fight

    There may have been only one person who was not panicking when Zimbabwe were shot out for 164 in the first innings of the first Test against New Zealand. The […]

  • Former Zimbabwe captain Andy Flower (left) and Henry Olonga were the first locals to use cricket for political protests in 2003
    Protest at the Test match: Mawarire

    #Thisflag movement leader Pastor Evan Mawarire has asked Zimbabweans to take advantage of the Test match between Zimbabwe and New Zealand to make a political statement. ‘

  • When Brendan Taylor (right) told me, ‘Dav, I’m sorry but I’m leaving’, I felt so dejected.
    ‘I think Zimbabwe will end up like Kenya’

    Dav Whatmore talks about how things went downhill fast during his curtailed stint as Zimbabwe’s coach Whatmore is not a happy man. More than seven weeks after he was fired […]

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