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I won’t go Hayatou-style: Kasukuwere

THE pressure to remove embattled Zanu PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere from his position is being exerted by Vice-President Mnangagwa’s faction, not First Lady Grace Mugabe, officials in the […]

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Zacc absolves ex-Psmas boss

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has cleared former Premier Services Medical Aid Society (Psmas) chief executive Cuthbert Dube of criminal charges during his tenure as head of the country’s largest […]

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President Robert Mugabe lights the Independence flame with some help from his close aides who surrounded him to prevent him falling on Independence Day at the National Sports Stadium on Tuesday in Harare.

Mugabe’s old age frailty shock

INDEPENDENCE Day this week was supposed to be the most important occasion on Zimbabwe’s annual calendar, but to thousands of Zimbabweans who thronged the National Sports Stadium the unsettling spectacle […]

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The late former State Procurement Board chairman Charles Kuwaza

Tender board boss killed mafia-style

FORMER State Procurement Board (SPB) executive chairman and senior professional bureaucrat Charles Kuwaza could have been murdered, contrary to the narrative he committed suicide by jumping to his death from […]

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Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe president Edward Gomba

‘Zim needs new capitalisation models’

The insurance industry has shown remarkable resilience, but in recent years the sector has come under tremendous pressure from the ailing economy. In the 2015 national budget, Finance minister Patrick […]

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Indigenous farmer Daisy Mubaiwa (L) leads her workers Norest Muzinde,Rosemary Ndongera,Femia Chimuka and Lovemore Muzinde  in her potato field in Greendale.Mubaiwa has planted 4 900 plants

Zim’s fertile farm land lying idle

MORE than half of Zimbabwe’s irrigable land is underutilised due to dilapidated state-owned irrigation equipment, posing a threat to the country’s food security, a study by the Auditor-General has revealed. […]

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Govt squandered diamond revenues

DESPITE complaints from government which make it appear as though Treasury did not receive meaningful remittances from diamond mining companies, it has emerged the fiscus got US$472 million from Mbada […]

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Chinese panic over Zim economy

THE local unit of Chinese firm Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Company (Afecc) will invest in Namibia to offset a downturn in economic fortunes in Zimbabwe as this country grapples with […]

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