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Former Zimbabwe Youth Council chairperson Acie Lumumba

Lumumba speaks out

ZANU PF Harare provincial member and former Zimbabwe Youth Council chairperson Acie Lumumba (AL) last week sent shockwaves across the corridors of power and public domain after accusing Indigenisation minister […]

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Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment minister Patrick Zhuwao

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 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.

Unemployment now at boiling point

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 […]

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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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Elephants face slaughter in Save Valley

ABOUT 300 elephants and some lions could be culled — reduced in population through selective slaughter — in the Save Valley Conservancy amid reports that the large number of animals […]

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Why there is a cash crisis in the market

ZIMBABWE’S unsustainable trade or current account deficit, poor balance-of-payment position as well as massive revenue leakages and an uneven distribution of liquidity in the market are the major reasons behind […]

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ZITF chairperson Bekithemba Nkomo

Chinese exhibitors snub ZITF

CHINESE exhibitors — who have for years dominated the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) — this year largely snubbed the annual trade showcase, with a few companies from the Asian […]

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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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