• CIO company looted Marange diamonds

    DESPITE reports that Kusena, a Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO)-owned company, which had mining rights in Chiadzwa, never took off, fresh evidence shows it operated under cover with a new name […]

  • Chinamasa in fuel scandal

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa, through the ministry’s permanent secretary Willard Manungo, last year illegally granted permission to a private mining company to import 12 million litres of fuel duty-free, it […]

  • The day Mugabe crushed Mnangagwa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe chose the recent Zanu PF Youth League Bindura interface rally to define for the first time his relationship with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the context of the […]

  • Reforms needed to ensure recovery

    DESPITE President Robert Mugabe’s meeting with the business sector at State House last week, the first time such an engagement has been held in a decade, doubts remain over the […]

  • Mnangagwa allies linked to murders

    POLICE are investigating senior Zanu PF officials linked to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa over alleged illegal gold panning, cases of violence and murders in and around Kwekwe’s volatile gold mining fields.



  • Stock market gives up gains

    EQUITIES surge dropped this week weighed down by losses in Delta Corporation and other quality counters on the market as foreign investors cashed out with the value of stocks coming […]

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  • Zim faces new fuel shortages

    ZIMBABWE’S fuel supplies have dwindled to alarming levels due to a weakening economy and acute foreign currency shortages despite interventionist measures by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ).

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  • Film sector gets AU boost

    Recently, African Union (AU) member states endorsed the draft statute of the African Audio Visual and Cinema Commission (AACC) to boost the African film industry. Ministers of Arts and Culture […]

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  • Remembering the Titans

    You see images of the James Brown strutting across the stage with all the swagger of a king; albeit the king of soul. Rather, he had by this time reached […]

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  • Different plot, same characters

    The last time Dynamos snatched the Premier Soccer League (PSL) title from under the noses of FC Platinum and Rahman Gumbo, in 2011, they went on to dominate the competition […]

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  • CIO company looted Marange diamonds

    DESPITE reports that Kusena, a Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO)-owned company, which had mining rights in Chiadzwa, never took off, fresh evidence shows it operated under cover with a new name […]

    ... Read more

  • Efforts to arrest Moyo intensify

    HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s corruption case revolving around the alleged misuse of Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) degenerated into an imbroglio yesterday as his lawyers and National […]

  • Chinamasa in fuel scandal

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa, through the ministry’s permanent secretary Willard Manungo, last year illegally granted permission to a private mining company to import 12 million litres of fuel duty-free, it […]

  • UN probes Zim-North Korea deals

    A UNITED Nations (UN) team tasked with tightening screws on North Korea’s authoritarian regime has written to the Zimbabwean government requesting information on the country’s dealings with the rogue state. […]

  • Mnangagwa faction faces decapitation

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is under growing pressure from his allies to remove embattled Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa before or at the December Zanu PF annual conference which could be turned into […]

  • Stock market gives up gains

    EQUITIES surge dropped this week weighed down by losses in Delta Corporation and other quality counters on the market as foreign investors cashed out with the value of stocks coming […]

    ... Read more

  • Zim faces new fuel shortages

    ZIMBABWE’S fuel supplies have dwindled to alarming levels due to a weakening economy and acute foreign currency shortages despite interventionist measures by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ).

  • Old Mutual launches fourth Green Zone

    FINANCIAL services giant Old Mutual has launched its fourth Green Zone in Zimbabwe as the group seeks to consolidate its market presence and improve operating efficiency

  • Zim gold exports increase

    ZIMBABWE’S gold exports are increasing significantly with the country expected to have exported at least 30 tonnes by the end of the year, government’s advisor and mining sector coach on […]

  • Equities bolster FMHL earnings

    First Mutual Holdings Ltd (FMHL) investment income grew 2 799% to US$12,9 million thanks to a surge in equities in the six months to June.

  • Value of equities soars

    The value of shares surged well over US$10 bn on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) amid heightened inflation fears and deepening currency volatility.

  • First Family’s show of opulence scandalous

    PICTURES of President Robert Mugabe’s step son Russel Goreraza gallivanting in Harare’s potholed roads in a brand new and super luxurious Rolls Royce amid widespread poverty underlined how insensitive the […]

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  • Cabinet rot sinks key NRZ project

    CABINET’s move last week to block the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)’s US$400 million recapitalisation project shows the country is not open for business.

  • Raising women participation in politics: Issues to consider

    There has been increasing consensus in the public domain that women carry a significant role in society yet their involvement in public life and politics has steadily declined. This is […]

  • The day Mugabe crushed Mnangagwa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe chose the recent Zanu PF Youth League Bindura interface rally to define for the first time his relationship with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the context of the […]


  • Different plot, same characters

    The last time Dynamos snatched the Premier Soccer League (PSL) title from under the noses of FC Platinum and Rahman Gumbo, in 2011, they went on to dominate the competition […]

    ... Read more

  • Taylor: Return of Messiah

    I CAME across the above headline from a Zimbabwean cricket supporters internet forum and unashamedly stole it. (more…)

  • Fair play critical in sport

    IF there is anyone who should be feeling embarrassed by the shocking decision this week to rescind Dynamos striker Christian Epoupa Ntouba’s red card, it is the club and the […]

  • Zimrugby still at crossroads

    ZIMBABWEAN rugby’s new interim leadership has been left in limbo after two members reportedly declined appointment, leaving the game in disarray. This comes nine months before a crucial World Cup […]

  • Star Taylor boosts Zim with return

    Brendan Taylor has ended his contract with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club officially to return home to Zimbabwe for family reasons. The 31-year-old Zimbabwean’s contract was due to expire at the […]

  • Of West Indies, mosquitoes and Dr Stamps

    WEST Indies are expected to arrive in Zimbabwe next month for a full bilateral tour, and one of the local fans gleefully looking forward to the matches should be former […]

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