FIRST lady, Grace Mugabe’s unexpected headlong plunge into full-time active politics, though it is still early days, has so far been a baptism of fire
THE Zanu PF Women’s League conference in Harare yesterday once again provided further evidence President Robert Mugabe is increasingly losing control
RAMPANT smuggling of food products into the country by an underworld network with military links is threatening to put Swiss-headquartered global food
COMMERCIAL Bank of Zimbabwe (CBZ) has suspended the delivery of vehicles to the remaining members of parliament following a dispute over the payment
SINOSURE, a leading Chinese insurance company, is refusing to guarantee loans from Chinese banks to Zimbabwean companies because the government’s failure
“TIRIKUFAMBA naChipanga! (We are voting for Kudzai Chipanga!),” whispered Zanu PF national commissar Webster Shamu to this reporter last Saturday
WHILE government has tried to convince the public that it is on high alert following the Ebola outbreak that has wreaked havoc in West Africa
Last month a crack police unit in Mutare gunned down an armed robber who had broken into a house in the city’s Fern Valley suburb.
THE increasing frequency of incidences of violence since the beginning of the year presents a worrying scenario which reflects growing frustration
ZIMBABWE’s media sector is going through harsh economic times as leading companies, Zimpapers, AMH,ANZ and the state-run ZBC, are forced to retrench, slash salaries or embrace convergence as part of cost-cutting measures.