Live updates: Zanu PF Conference

President Mnangagwa tables the Zanu PF Central Committee Report to the Conference ...
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How Forbes bet small and won BIG

Forbes Kagweda bought a new car and surprised his family after winning BIG with betPawa ...
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Zim must re-imagine the future

brezh Malaba RECENTLY, I met one of the big shots in the government and he ...
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Land barons: Jury still out on Mnangagwa

Owen Gagare IF Zimbabwe were a normal country, revelations that ruling party bigwigs and politically-connected ...
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NRZ board defies Matiza over US$400 million deal

Tinashe Kairiza THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) board is defying implementing Transport minister Joel ...
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Zanu PF revenue streams run dry

BRIDGET MANANAVIRE THE cash-strapped Zanu PF has become heavily reliant on donor funding and bank ...
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Zanu PF banquet in deep sea of poverty

BRIDGET MANANAVIRE in Goromonzi “ASI hauzive mota? (why are you acting like you do not ...
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Chiyangwa faces fresh Zifa headache

HENRY MHARA/Nyasha Chingono FORMER Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president Philip Chiyangwa has been reported to ...
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Massive tender scam sucks in top officials

ANDREW KUNAMBURA LOCAL Government minister July Moyo and Harare Metropolitan Provincial Affairs minister Oliver Chidawu ...
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Zanu PF indaba: A jamboree in the midst of biting hunger

Tinashe Kairiza THE Zanu PF conference currently underway in Goromonzi clearly demonstrates how power consolidation ...
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Miners push wage negotiations to next year

Kudzai Kuwaza NEGOTIATIONS for the 2020 minimum wage in the mining sector have been pushed ...
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Political unrest, struggling economy cripple tourism

Kudzai Kuwaza THE ailing economy and political unrest in the country have resulted in the ...
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Strengthening the code of conduct for political parties

Special correspondent Medical doctors have a council and a board that regulate the practice of ...
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Zim’s construction sector in intensive care: Mangwendeza

Zimbabwe Independent THE year 2019 has been difficult for various sectors of the economy due ...
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Faint hope in Yemen

GWYNnE DYER Some wars end in victory, but just as many sputter out in exhaustion ...
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