• AMHVoices: Mnangagwa knows what Western countries want

    WHEN Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa usurped power from former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe in a military coup in November last year, he knew fully well that there would be no […]

  • Govt pulls plug on Grace project

    GOVERNMENT has stopped funding 18 pupils attending former first lady Grace Mugabe’s private school under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) programme after it emerged that the school controversially […]

  • New battle over Mujuru diamond mine erupts

    THE Zimbabwe Diamond Consolidated Company (ZCDC) has made moves to acquire Limpopo Mining Resources also known as River Ranch Mine, previously linked to the late army general Solomon Mujuru, for […]

  • AirZim: Ministers blocked

    TRANSPORT minister Jorum Gumbo and his Finance counterpart Patrick Chinamasa have been stopped dead in their tracks by exposure of their self-enriching plan to shut down flag carrier Air Zimbabwe […]

  • Tobacco farming in Zim: A bitter harvest

    The Zimbabwe Independent last week started serialising a summary of a research report by global human rights organisation Human Rights Watch (HRW) on the tobacco growing sector in the country […]



  • Bulawayo awards and funding the arts

    Tuesday morning at a new steakhouse Carne Casa Brazilian set to open on Friday here in Bulawayo, a couple of journos gathered for a much-touted presser concerning the Bulawayo Arts […]

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  • AMHVoices: Mnangagwa knows what Western countries want

    WHEN Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa usurped power from former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe in a military coup in November last year, he knew fully well that there would be no […]

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  • Cybercrime: Zim on right course

    THERE has been an increase in cybercrime in the financial and medical sectors in Zimbabwe while the use of pirated software has also been on the rise. Cyber security concerns […]

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  • NRZ capacity up 30%

    THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has realised a capacity increase of at least 30% from the time it received the first batch of wagons and locomotives from the Diaspora […]

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  • Govt pulls plug on Grace project

    GOVERNMENT has stopped funding 18 pupils attending former first lady Grace Mugabe’s private school under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) programme after it emerged that the school controversially […]

    ... Read more
  • Govt pulls plug on Grace project

    GOVERNMENT has stopped funding 18 pupils attending former first lady Grace Mugabe’s private school under the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (Stem) programme after it emerged that the school controversially […]

    ... Read more

  • New battle over Mujuru diamond mine erupts

    THE Zimbabwe Diamond Consolidated Company (ZCDC) has made moves to acquire Limpopo Mining Resources also known as River Ranch Mine, previously linked to the late army general Solomon Mujuru, for […]

  • Divisions rock NPA over salary disparities

    DIVISIONS have rocked the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), a constitutional body which institutes criminal proceedings on behalf of the state, following disgruntlements over huge salary disparities between demoralised permanent staff […]

  • How police seized diamond company

    THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), with the help of former mines minister Obert Mpofu, muscled their way into the Gye Nyame Resources (Pvt) Ltd diamond project in Marange diamond fields […]

  • Zanu PF to use voters’ roll in dry run

    ZANU PF — which has embarked on a grassroots-based voter mobilisation strategy — is planning to use the provisional voters roll compiled by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in its […]

  • AMHVoices: Mnangagwa knows what Western countries want

    WHEN Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa usurped power from former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe in a military coup in November last year, he knew fully well that there would be no […]

    ... Read more

  • Agric key to Zimbabwe recovery

    AGRICULTURE plays a strategic role in Zimbabwe’s economic development. It was the economy’s mainstay until former president Robert Mugabe ruined the sector through a chaotic land reform programme that impoverished […]

  • Mnangagwa administration priorities warped

    WHILE the majority of Zimbabweans have to contend with a lack of social service delivery including clean water, health services and access to schools among other essentials, the ruling party […]

  • Conditions to rejoin Commonwealth

    ZIMBABWE has been encouraged to re-join the Commonwealth, and will attend the forthcoming Commonwealth Summit to take place in London between the 16th and 20th April 2018. Whilst, on face […]


  • Making a transition into the real world

    EUROPE is the destination of dreams for many young athletes from Africa. (more…)

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  • We get the leaders we deserve

    IF I was to identify the moment the absurdity started, I would go back to December 2015 when the Zifa voters — in their wisdom or lack thereof — decided […]

  • ‘ZC boss fled death threats’

    FAISAL Hasnain, the Pakistani-born managing director of Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), has not set foot in the country for five months with rumour now swirling around the organisation that he might […]

  • De Villiers era begins

    ZIMBABWE will start life under Peter de Villiers when the former Springbok coach takes charge for the first time in a high-profile exhibition match against South Africa’s Blue Bulls at […]

  • Tonderai Chavhanga: A Prince’s homecoming

    IN world rugby, Tonderai Chavhanga is best known as a record‑holding Springbok, a speed demon whose Test career should have lasted much longer than it did. (more…)

  • Streak convenient smokescreen for ZC

    WHOEVER advises Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) is a wicked genius of sorts. (more…)

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