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    VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has joined the bandwagon of businesspeople taking advantage of a recent Supreme Court order that gives employers the greenlight to terminate contracts and has dismissed about 100 […]

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  • Tetrad creditors want forensic audit of bank

    Some Tetrad Investment Bank (TIB) creditors are pushing for a forensic audit into the affairs of the bank to improve the potential for recovery and accountability for assets.

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  • Paranoia hits Zanu PF bigwigs

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s government has reportedly been hit by a bout of paranoia, with fear and suspicion amongst his lieutenants both in government and the ruling Zanu PF party reaching […]

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  • I’m the Messiah: Dube

    Zifa president Cuthbert Dube emerged from yesterday’s joint annual general meeting (AGM) and extraordinary general meeting (EGM) defiant, claiming he is the Messiah of Zimbabwean football despite falling out of […]

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  • Ruling on jobs benefits bigwigs

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and most of his top officials who graduated from their strong pro-poor, socialist ideology and now own several businesses and farms, could be the biggest beneficiaries of […]

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International

The man who cost Greece billions

ATHENS — Once again Alexis Tsipras was struggling to make a decision. For hours on July 13, the Greek prime minister and Europe’s leaders had been trying to thrash out […]

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Business

In Pakistan, solar lamps turn women into green energy entrepreneurs

BAHAWALPUR, Pakistan – As the sun sets and darkness falls over a village outside Bahawalpur, Shama Bibi switches on her solar lantern and starts sewing clothes for an upcoming family […]

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Politics

Zanu PF rule two years on: Agony, unfulfilled promises

FRIDAY July 31 marked exactly two years after the 2013 harmonised elections. What prevails today is a case of unfulfilled promises and hopelessness in the country whose economic fortunes continue […]

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    Council accused of double standards over vending permits

    Vendors in Harare are fighting among themselves over the issuance of vending permits.

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    Zanu PF’s Mudyiwa wins Mudzi

    A senior Central Intelligence Official Magna Mudyiwa won Friday’s by-election, garnering 9 837 votes against her competitor, George Kawaza of the National Constitutional Assembly who got a paltry 107 votes […]

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    Zanu PF infights hinder Mash East growth

    Mashonaland East province is undoubtedly one of the least developed provinces in the country and the current instability within Zanu PF is worsening matters.

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    Crisis Coalition officials arrested at Harare court

    CRISIS in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) spokesman Mfundo Mlilo and programmes manager Nixon Nyikadzino were yesterday picked up by police at the Harare Magistrate Court where they had gone to show […]

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    Paranoia hits Zanu PF bigwigs

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s government has reportedly been hit by a bout of paranoia, with fear and suspicion amongst his lieutenants both in government and the ruling Zanu PF party reaching […]

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    Tax inspection depends on companies’ goodwill

    CIVIL society organisations and the business community say the impact of Tax Inspectors without Borders (TIWB) initiative meant to curb tax evasion and illicit financial flows depended on the willingness […]

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    In Pakistan, solar lamps turn women into green energy entrepreneurs

    BAHAWALPUR, Pakistan – As the sun sets and darkness falls over a village outside Bahawalpur, Shama Bibi switches on her solar lantern and starts sewing clothes for an upcoming family […]

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    Tetrad creditors want forensic audit of bank

    Some Tetrad Investment Bank (TIB) creditors are pushing for a forensic audit into the affairs of the bank to improve the potential for recovery and accountability for assets.

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    OK Zimbabwe records decline in sales

    OK Zimbabwe Limited says net sales for the quarter ending June 30 were lower than budgeted and declined against the previous year by 7,5% due to the deteriorating macro-economic environment […]

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    The BRICS bank: Is it a game-changer?

    First proposed in 2012, the New Development Bank BRICS (NDB BRICS), formerly referred to as the BRICS Development Bank, was launched this past week in Shanghai, China following years of […]

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    World Cup 2018: Zifa needs complete overhaul

    When Fifa conducted the draw for the 2018 World Cup finals in St Petersburg, Russia on Saturday, Zimbabwe was conspicuous by its absence from the preliminary stage.

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    Mnangagwa must negotiate for us all

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was recently in China where he met top government and the ruling Communist Party officials. (more…)

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    Dzamara: Police should show commitment

    PRESSURE exerted on government by civil society, political and diplomatic players to act on the disappearance of Itai Dzamara appears to be bearing fruit but police’s commitment to finding him […]

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    Investigate arson attack

    Owing to their callousness in dealing with vendors, it is easy for people to simply conclude it must have been the municipal police that burnt vendors’ goods worth thousands of […]

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    The tragic demise of the Unity Accord

    As sad as it may sound, some senior leaders in the governing Zanu PF party, the national body-politic, some sections of the media and political analysts still view contemporary political […]

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    Zanu PF rule two years on: Agony, unfulfilled promises

    FRIDAY July 31 marked exactly two years after the 2013 harmonised elections. What prevails today is a case of unfulfilled promises and hopelessness in the country whose economic fortunes continue […]

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    It’s an all-Harare affair in Arenel finals

    It will be a Harare affair in the Arenel Nash Under-17 final when hosts Prince Edward lock horns with arch rivals Marlborough today as the curtain for this year’s Arenel […]

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    Tax inspection depends on companies’ goodwill

    CIVIL society organisations and the business community say the impact of Tax Inspectors without Borders (TIWB) initiative meant to curb tax evasion and illicit financial flows depended on the willingness […]

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