• ‘Chinamasa’s budget boob shows ineptitude’

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa hit a new low when he presented his mid-term fiscal policy review in parliament last week.

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  • Arms deal behind platinum project

    THE sly involvement of Russian defence conglomerate, Rostec State Corporation and its supervisory board chairperson Denis Manturov in the cumulative US$4,8 billion platinum project between Zimbabwean entities and a consortium of Russian investors has reinforced reports of a secret arms deal hidden behind the arrangement.

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  • Agric ‘freebies’ cannot feed nation

    PRESENTING the mid-term fiscal policy statement last week, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa announced a cocktail of measures to support the 2014/15 agricultural season.

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  • Zanu PF desperate to save economy

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s ruling Zanu PF is yielding to mounting pressure to act on the ailing economy and is set to discuss a recovery strategy at the highest level.

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  • Prices of local products rising

    Prices of locally produced goods are seen rising as manufacturers pass the cost for excise duty on fuel to consumers, analysts have warned.

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  • Grace Mugabe’s PhD must be investigated
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    BRUISED but determined to cling to power, the Zanu PF regime led by President Robert Mugabe, pulled a shocker last week by enabling the First Lady to secure a PhD from the University of Zimbabwe.

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    ‘Succession fight may destabilise Zim’

    WHILE President Robert Mugabe and his protracted succession quandary is increasingly becoming a boring and hackneyed issue to write and even talk about, the risk of serious internal strife erupting which would destabilise the country remains a distinct threat.

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    Secret ballot fuels new Zanu PF row

    THE recent announcement by Zanu PF’s secretary for legal affairs, Emmerson Mnangagwa, members of the presidium at the Zanu PF national congress in December will be elected through a secret ballot system has opened a new battle front in the intensifying infighting within the party.

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    Mujuru camp under fire in Masvingo

    Mnangagwa’s faction wanted to confront provincial chairperson Callisto Gwanetsa for unilaterally nominating the presidium.

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    MDC-T to meet over Zanufication of the party

    THE conflict-ridden MDC-T has called for crunch national executive and national council meetings to deal with clashes over plans to centralise power in the hands of former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

  • Ghana move complicates Zim’s 2017 Afcon bid
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    GHANA’s entry in the race to host the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations finals has complicated Zimbabwe’s plans.

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    Historic win attracts sponsorship

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team’s performance in the just-ended triangular series with Australia and South Africa could lure sponsors to support the game and particularly the national team.

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    Bosso defeat claims captain Mapuranga’s scalp

    Highlanders defender Innocent Mapuranga has suffered the consequences of the Bulawayo giant’s heavy defeat to Dynamos in last Saturday’s TM Challenge Cup, as he was stripped of his position as club captain.

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    Fighting Zim fall to SA

    Zimbabwe failed to reach the final of the triangular cricket series with South Africa and Australia when they surrendered to the Proteas at the Harare Sports Club yesterday.

  • Negotiations underway... Alistair Campbell
    Zimbabwe Cricket targets Campell’s return

    In move aimed at re-inventing the local game, Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is set to appoint a technical person within the administration to run the daily affairs of the game.

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