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US$15bn saga: Legislators warn Mugabe

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy has warned it could summon former president Robert Mugabe to appear before it after he failed to pitch up for a hearing […]

New twist to Nssa corruption storm

A SCHEDULED forensic audit into the goings-on at the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) has taken a new twist after Auditor-General Mildred Chiri wrote to an audit firm contracted to […]

AfDB giving government grants not loans: Kitabire

THE African Development Bank (AfDB) is co-ordinating negotiations between Zimbabwe and various international financial institutions (IFIs) for Harare to settle its US$12 billion foreign debt. Though AfDB has suspended lending […]

Mat North chiefs seek peace order against Mpofu

THREE Matabeleland North chiefs have approached the courts seeking a peace order against Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu, whom they accuse of being abusive, issuing ominous threats and occasionally hurling […]

Elections a distant spectacle for the San

AT a time when the upcoming general elections are a major talking point for the majority of Zimbabweans, for San community in the southern part of Tsholotsho district, Matabeleland North […]

Cryptocurrencies ban: RBZ dragged to court

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and its governor John Mangudya have been taken to court by a local cryptocurrency exchange dealer, Bitfinance (Pvt) Ltd trading as Golix, which is […]

Mnangagwa bows to Chinese pressure

THE Zimbabwean government has bowed to Chinese pressure and will restore Anjin Investment’s operating licence after finalisation of the new diamond policy, nearly three years after the entity was stopped […]

Battle for Telecel control intensifies

TELECEL and Empowerment Corporation (EC) shareholder Gerald Mlotshwa has called for the reconvening of last year’s inconclusive extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to adopt the resignation of EC chairman James Makamba, […]

Local firm to print ballot papers

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) will print ballot papers for the forthcoming general elections locally, amid indications that Government Printers is a firm favourite to do the job ahead of […]

Mining speculators invade Great Dyke

THE politically well-connected Cypriot Pouroulis family — which is close to President Emmerson Mnangagwa — and is associated with speculation in mining has hit the jackpot in Zimbabwe. (more…)

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