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  • 2016, year of disaster: The grim face of starvation in Mwenezi

    Mwenezi district lies in climatic region 5, which is characterised by law rainfall. Zimbabwe recorded a poor harvest during the 2014/15 farming season due to low rainfall, but climate experts […]

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  • Guest Opinion: Woe to those who plot evil

    The lawless harassment and eviction of the owners of Kingston Deverill farm in Zimbabwe’s Centenary district, Mashonaland Central province, has come to our attention

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  • Zim’s battle of the skies

    Airlines have cut fares by about 40% on the Harare-Johannesburg route as competition intensifies, with analysts warning that a knee-jerk reaction by any carrier could come with disastrous consequences.

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  • Johannes Ngodzo: The midfield maestro

    SOME call him the midfield maestro, others say he is the master of ball control, distribution and juggling, but many agree he is one of the best midfielders to ever […]

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  • I will rule till God says come: Mugabe

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday launched a tirade against critics who say he has overstayed in power, vowing to hang on to power until he dies.

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International

Death toll up to 70 from Islamic State Damascus attack: monitor

The death toll from a suicide attack in Damascus on Sunday that was claimed by the Islamic State militant group has risen to more than 70, the Syrian Observatory for […]

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Business

Pressure mounts for cheaper fuel prices

The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says the decline in fuel prices does not match the reduction in international crude oil prices because of the high tax margins that government […]

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Politics

Moyo taunts Charamba, VP

Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday taunted President Robert Mugabe’s spokesperson George Charamba

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    2016, year of disaster: The grim face of starvation in Mwenezi

    Mwenezi district lies in climatic region 5, which is characterised by law rainfall. Zimbabwe recorded a poor harvest during the 2014/15 farming season due to low rainfall, but climate experts […]

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    Police duck violent invasion case

    THE Zimbabwe Republic Police has distanced itself from the eviction of an elderly Centenary farmer who was forced off his property at gunpoint by police officers. (more…)

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    Despair as Chipinge farmer loses 23 cattle

    WATCHING 23 cattle dying due to lack of water and pastures is a misfortune one would never want to encounter.

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    Govt defends non-Ndebele teachers

    VILLAGERS in rural Matabeleland who reject non-Ndebele speaking teachers should be re-oriented, and encouraged to understand various cultures and languages, otherwise their respective schools will suffer, a government minister has […]

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    Father Mukonori urges Gukurahundi redress

    One of President Robert Mugabe’s closest friends, Father Fidelis Mukonori of the Roman Catholic church, says government’s failure to address issues around the 1980s Gukurahundi atrocities in Matabeleland and Midlands […]

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    Financial inclusion lessons from Davos

    Financial inclusion is no longer an academic proposition, it is now a development agenda. Advocates and researchers have finally realised that exclusive growth is not sustainable.

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    Mangudya turns back the hands of time

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya last week turned back the hands of time by introducing controls as he moved to stem illicit financial flows.

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    Zim’s battle of the skies

    Airlines have cut fares by about 40% on the Harare-Johannesburg route as competition intensifies, with analysts warning that a knee-jerk reaction by any carrier could come with disastrous consequences.

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    ZSE closes week soft

    The industrial index closed the week lower on Friday at 101,67 points, indicating the growing challenges that the economy is facing.

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    Business Process Optimisation: Why leadership is important for business optimisation

    Most businesses are a reflection of the management that is in place. A well-organised business normally reflects management which is meticulous in its approach to ensuring that all processes are […]

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    Harare water crisis cause for concern

    Harare City Council has been struggling to supply residents with clean water for over a decade now and the crisis got worse last week when the local authority began a […]

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    Dr Stop It: Supreme Leader can be life president, permanent AU chairperson

    I do hope I find you well, except of course for those People Last dreamers. Moregirls Tsvangson does not really bother me because his party is dead and buried.

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    Mugabe tenure was a disaster

    President Robert Mugabe’s supporters are already in overdrive celebrating the soon to be 92-year-old leader’s perceived successes as the chairperson of the African Union (AU) for the past 12 months.

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    Mugabe-sanctioned demolitions heartless

    The sight of bulldozers razing down expensively built houses along Harare’s Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Express Way last week was not for the faint-hearted.

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    Joseph Made failed Zimbabweans again

    Agriculture minister Joseph Made’s deafening silence amid mounting evidence that the El Niño-induced drought is taking its toll on Zimbabwe’s poor farmers vindicates those that have always maintained that he […]

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    Financial inclusion lessons from Davos

    Financial inclusion is no longer an academic proposition, it is now a development agenda. Advocates and researchers have finally realised that exclusive growth is not sustainable.

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    Cont Mhlanga calls it a day

    Cont Mhlanga is a name associated with arts, creativity and growth and one cannot talk of the Zimbabwean arts scene without Mhlanga’s name. (more…)

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    Inside Sport: Zifa should stop this madness forthwith

    It is now two months and two days since the Phillip Chiyangwa-led Zifa board was elected into office. What we have seen so far is that, instead of moving forward, […]

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