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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. […]

Military looted diamonds —report

ZIMBABWE should step up its efforts to improve transparency and plug revenue leakages in the multi-million-dollar diamonds industry, an international diamond watchdog has said. This comes amid revelations that the […]

… How factional tug-of-war evolved

THE rift between Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the G40 faction coalesced around First Lady Grace Mugabe emerged days after he was appointed as President Robert Mugabe’s deputy following the ouster […]

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 […]

Labour draft bill finalised

Government has finalised a draft of the amended Labour Act and will soon be discussed at the Tripartite Negotiating Forum(TNF), businessdigest has learnt.

Why Lima Plan has stalled

ZIMBABWE’S debt and arrears clearance plan, which was first adopted in Lima, Peru, two years ago is facing serious headwinds.

Uproar over Goba appointment

A SERIOUS uproar is looming in government over the appointment of Advocate Ray Goba as Prosecutor General (PG) after it emerged that none of the three shortlisted candidates, including Goba, […]

Squabbles shipwreck NRZ deal

CABINET on Wednesday shipwrecked the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)’s US$400 million recapitalisation deal over funding, capacity and internal squabbles, it has been established.

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.

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