• Mugabe hoist by his own petard
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe actually created his own Frankenstein monster in the form of Vice-President Joice Mujuru when he trampled the Zanu PF party’s constitution in 2004.

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    First Lady admits elevating Mujuru

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday confirmed what has been in the public domain for the past decade that she was instrumental in the 2004 campaign which led to the elevation of Vice-President Joice Mujuru to her current position.

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    Zanu PF could be headed for a split

    ZANU PF could be on the verge of a split as its new kid on the block, President Robert Mugabe’s 49 year-old-wife Grace

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    Rallies expose Grace Mugabe backers

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe’s ongoing countrywide rallies have exposed the group that is behind her comprising high-ranking Zanu PF party officials

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    Zanu PF in a fix over poll rules

    ZANU PF is in a fix over election guidelines to be used to select members of the central committee and by extension the presidium

  • Authorities must act on corruption reports
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    NOTHING illustrates government’s complicity in the corruption besieging the country more than its failure to act on the Auditor and Comptroller-General Mildred Chiri’s annual reports which never disappoint in exposing entrenched graft, abuse of public resources and misgovernance at state entities.

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    Palestine will be recognised

    It’s a slow process, this business of getting recognised as an independent state, but the Palestinians are making progress.

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    Govt fiddling as economy burns

    LATEST economic figures showing government sustained a US$19,5 million budget deficit, while falling short in tax revenue collections by 6,3%.

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    Change the only constant

    FIRST things first. Our most sincere apologies to the market for ambushing our readers and advertisers, as well as other stakeholders, last week with significant changes to our newspaper, the Zimbabwe Independent, without prior warning or an explanation.

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    Zimbabwe adds ‘grace’ to its intellectual successes

    I HAVE always shared the popular view that Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe’s strengths do not lie in the realm of the intellect. By Mia Swart, South African Law Professor […]

  • Zim-B’desh battle for ranking
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    There are no nicknames to Bangladesh-Zimbabwe contests, nor is the Test trophy named after famous cricketers from either side.

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    Morocco withdraw as 2015 hosts

    Morocco have withdrawn its rights to host the African Cup of Nations next year due to fears of the viral disease Ebola, which has ravaged a number of African nations […]

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    Selectors explain surprise exclusions

    Zimbabwe national cricket selectors have explained the surprise omission of all-rounder Sean Williams from the squad that flew out to Bangladesh

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    Zim ready to send Bangla spinning

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team is pulling out all stops to exorcise their spin demons ahead of probably their most important visit to Bangladesh next week.

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    Zifa proposes Harare, Byo for Afcon 2017

    ZIFA has proposed the use of just Harare and Bulawayo in its 2017 Afcon finals bid and intends to use four stadiums in the country’s biggest cities.

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    Open letter to Grace Mugabe

    I AM sure you don’t know me at all, being the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe, not a dynasty, and somebody who is high up in society and has had the privilege of living a dream life in Graceland; whether in the sense of the lifestyle of the rich and famous in general or Graceland Hollywood-style.

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    A PR disaster of major proportions

    FAMED American author Mark Twain once remarked “it is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt”.

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    Authorities must act on corruption reports

    NOTHING illustrates government’s complicity in the corruption besieging the country more than its failure to act on the Auditor and Comptroller-General Mildred Chiri’s annual reports which never disappoint in exposing entrenched graft, abuse of public resources and misgovernance at state entities.

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    Rise in mental illnesses amid economic tailspin

    WHEN the video of a smiling Caroline Rusike was circulated around social media networks showing her walking stark naked on the streets of Harare while being jeered and mocked by a large crowd went viral, she was denounced and labelled as a “shameless prostitute”.

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    State enterprises bleed to death

    JUST as Zimbabwe has a well-documented history of crafting well-intentioned policy documents, which are rarely operationalised, the Comptroller and Auditor-General’s Office has consistently produced yearly reports revealing gross public finance maladministration.

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