• Financial impropriety still rampant

    PROPER financial management and accountability in Zimbabwe remains a mirage — an unrealistic hope or wish that cannot be achieved anytime soon — given that there are no strong policy, […]

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  • ‘Corrupt’ Zhuwao should admit failure and resign

    INDIGENISATION minister Patrick Zhuwao admitted last week that he bungled interpreting the Indigenisation law and hence he has been muddling through in a fiasco damaging to the economy. ‘

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  • Grace warns Chivayo

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace have reportedly warned loud-mouthed and controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo – who has a criminal reecord – to stop abusing his association with them […]

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  • Telecel take-over complex

    GOVERNMENT’S move to have full control of the country’s third largest mobile phone operator, Telecel Zimbabwe, is likely to be problematic due to controversy surrounding the shareholding structure of the […]

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  • Army resistance shocks Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (pictured) is reportedly still shocked and bruised by the fierce resistance which the military, the pillar of his strength, put up by using war veterans to protest […]

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  • Unemployment now at boiling point
    MDC-T supporters march through the streets in central Harare last month demanding that President Robert Mugabe must go because of economic failure, corruption and human rights abuses as well as unemployment, poverty and suffering.

    Twenty-FIVE year-old Chipo Chikanda (her real name) graduated with flying colours at the University of Zimbabwe in 2014, but is yet to fulfil her dream of being a political scientist […]

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    Grace warns Chivayo

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace have reportedly warned loud-mouthed and controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo – who has a criminal reecord – to stop abusing his association with them […]

  • Zimbabwe People First Leader Dr.Joyce Mujuru
    Zanu PF purges backfire

    THE chaotic votes-of-no-confidence used to oust the former vice-president Joice Mujuru and her high-profile allies in the run up to the 2014 Zanu PF congress have boomeranged, coming back to […]

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    Army resistance shocks Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe (pictured) is reportedly still shocked and bruised by the fierce resistance which the military, the pillar of his strength, put up by using war veterans to protest […]

  • Making a point ... An MDC-T demonstration clogged the streets in Harare last week.
    MDC-T demo: A reflection of people’s growing anger

    THE mood in the capital city on the morning of April 14 was tense as thousands of people heeded the call by the MDC-T to demonstrate against continued misrule and […]

  • African Sun: Zim, Africa and back
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    By boldly cutting staff count, closing loss-making businesses and exiting regional operations in the full year to December (FY15), African Sun management could have turned a new leaf and closed […]

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    Financial impropriety still rampant

    PROPER financial management and accountability in Zimbabwe remains a mirage — an unrealistic hope or wish that cannot be achieved anytime soon — given that there are no strong policy, […]

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    Timber negotiations stall

    WAGE negotiations for the timber sector have stalled in the last four years due to the continued haggling of workers and employers over the latter’s insistence that the 2012 minimum […]

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    Safari operators see 20% revenue decline

    The Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe (Soaz) has projected a further 20% slump in revenue this year owing to various internal and external challenges affecting the sector, businessdigest has learnt. […]

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    ZSE demutualisation nears completion

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) says it will soon complete the demutualisation exercise of the local bourse despite missing a March 31 deadline due to regulatory procedures, an official has […]

  • Burundi: The next genocide? Burundi: The Next Genocide?
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    The good news is that the killing in Burundi has not yet grown into a civil war like the one that killed 300 000 people in 1993-2005, let alone a […]

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    ‘Corrupt’ Zhuwao should admit failure and resign

    INDIGENISATION minister Patrick Zhuwao admitted last week that he bungled interpreting the Indigenisation law and hence he has been muddling through in a fiasco damaging to the economy. ‘

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    Mugabe clips Zhuwao’s wings

    INDIGENISATION minister Patrick Zhuwao’s wings were clipped after President Robert Mugabe read him the riot act to him over his damaging interpretation of the contentious indigenisation act at a cabinet […]

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    MDC-T learnt and forgot nothing from past elections

    RECENT remarks from senior MDC-T officials, including party leader Morgan Tsvangirai, to the effect that the party had decided against forming a coalition with other opposition parties ahead of the […]

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    ZITF now a pale shadow of itself

    THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), which used to attract dozens of international exhibitors showcasing new products, technology and ideas, now resembles a huge flea market due to the continually […]

  • Kasinauyo’s court bid falls through
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    Former Warriors’ midfielder Edzai Kasinauyo’s bid to bounce back into the Zifa executive committee hit a snag after the High Court ruled that the matter in which he is applying […]

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  • A pregnant Bona (right, in white maternity dress) at a birthday function for her father President Robert Mugabe at State House in February.
    Bona’s Singapore choice to give birth exposes Mugabe

    EVEN though she may not be using public funds, the choice by President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona, to deliver her new baby in far-flung Singapore, betrays the First Family’s hypocrisy […]

  • Zimbabwean professional golfer Marc Cayeux
    Cayeux set for an incredible return

    SIX years after he was involved in a horrific car accident that almost claimed his life, golfer Marc Cayeux is set to complete one of probably Zimbabwe’s greatest sporting comebacks […]

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    Vincent hits form ahead of Zim Open

    United STATES-BASED Zimbabwean golfer Scott Vincent warmed up for the upcoming Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open in style after earning playing status on the Canadian PGA Tour for the upcoming season. […]

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    Econet clinches EPL deal

    Econet’s Kwese TV has clinched exclusive English Premier League rights for free-to-air Broadcast rights for the next three seasons starting with the 2016-17 campaign. ‘

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