• Diaspora remittances reach US$830 million

    DIASPORA remittances are now the second largest source of liquidity in the country after exports, reaching US$830 million in the first half of 2016. ‘

    Reserve of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya
  • Mugabe, war vets combat escalates

    …as Mnangagwa, Mutsvangwa fight back THE vicious political warfare between President Robert Mugabe and his lieutenants on one side and the war veterans, backed by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the […]

    President Robert Mugabe arrives at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare on Wednesday to address supporters.
  • Cash withdrawals decline massively

    CASH withdrawals from Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) dramatically plunged to US$41 000 in June from US$5,7 million in April, while point of sale (POS) transactions shot up by 92% as […]

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  • Anti-graft body suspends 19 investigators

    THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on Thursday suspended 19 of its investigators on a litany of allegations ranging from fraud, insubordination to leaking information to outsiders, the commission said in […]

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  • Barclays chief urges Zim execs to be bold

    A TOP banker in Zimbabwe says business executives should speak out their concerns on President Robert Mugabe’s policies and economic developments in the country as the southern African country regroups […]

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  • Minister Undenge blocks EcoCash, PowerTel deal
    Energy minister Samuel Undenge

    ENERGY minister Samuel Undenge reportedly blocked Econet Wireless Zimbabwe’s mobile money platform, EcoCash, from being one of the sub-vendors for power utility Zesa for unclear reasons despite the company being […]

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    Mutsvangwa condemns war vets arrests

    ZIMBABWE National Liberation War Veterans Association chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa yesterday hit back at President Robert Mugabe saying the ongoing arrests of war veterans was reminiscent of the Rhodesia-era repression. ‘

  • President Robert Mugabe arrives at the Zanu PF headquarters in Harare on Wednesday to address supporters.
    Mugabe, war vets combat escalates

    …as Mnangagwa, Mutsvangwa fight back THE vicious political warfare between President Robert Mugabe and his lieutenants on one side and the war veterans, backed by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the […]

  • Handcuffs01_2003-06-02
    Anti-graft body suspends 19 investigators

    THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on Thursday suspended 19 of its investigators on a litany of allegations ranging from fraud, insubordination to leaking information to outsiders, the commission said in […]

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    Mugabe vows to punish Zimbabwean war veterans who oppose him

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe threatened to punish veterans of Zimbabwe’s independence war who last week criticized him and said they wouldn’t support him in elections in 2018 ‘

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

    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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  • Black Caps coach Mike Hesson
    Black Caps wary of Zim

    New Zealand national cricket team coach Mike Hesson has admitted that the Black Caps don’t have enough information about some of the Zimbabwe players they are likely to face in […]

  • Young Sables prop Justin Mendelsohn (left) in action against Namibia during the Junior Africa Cup in Harare last year. Pic: Rugby Africa.
    Depleted Sables upbeat

    ZIMBABWE national 15s rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge said his charges will throw everything at their opponents in search of a winning start to their Africa Cup Division 1A Championship […]

  • Phillip Chiyangwa
    Chiyangwa tells SRC off

    The National Football Association of Zimbabwe (Nafaz) and the Sports and Recreation Commission (SCR) are set for an intriguing battle over the dissolution of Zifa with the former refusing to […]

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    Vitori boost for Zim

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team’s bowling options have been boosted with the lifting of a ban on left arm seamer Brian Vitori ahead of a forthcoming series with New Zealand. […]

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