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  • ED faces internal revolt over polls

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa faces internal revolt over early elections after it emerged his calls for polls to go ahead as early as August could be resisted by his own Zanu […]

  • Mukanya heads to Zim

    Chimurenga music legend Thomas Mapfumo’s company Chimurenga Music Company has confirmed that the musician, popularly known as Mukanya, was heading to Zimbabwe in April.

  • We will fight the soldiers — vendors

    Vendors have given government a 48-hour ultimatum to create jobs for them so that they are able to leave the streets. The ultimatum comes barely a day after government also […]

  • Cash crisis persists

    Cash shortages in Zimbabwe have persisted more than a month after the new administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed power.

  • Mutasa snubs DeMbare

    Former Young Warriors captain and Dynamos attacking midfielder Wisdom Mutasa (pictured below), who is currently club-hunting after he was released by Tanzanian side Singida FC last month, has ruled out […]

International

Private company launches search for Malaysia’s Flight MH370 in ‘final effort’

A U.S.-based company has begun searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Malaysia said on Tuesday, as it tries to solve one of the world’s greatest aviation mysteries.

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Business

Mnangagwa plans economic revival

Zimbabwe’s new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has a plan to revive one of the world’s worst-performing economies and end its isolation: pay compensation to white farmers whose land was confiscated, sell […]

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Politics

Khupe, Mudzuri and Chamisa — who will take the MDC-T presidency?

After almost two decades in the trenches, fighting for power, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is likely to exit the political scene empty-handed. He can no longer sustain the fight, having […]

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  • It’s possible to eliminate paediatric HIV

    Eliminating paediatric HIV is not the work of a day or even a year. It requires concerted efforts on many fronts with government, civic society and citizen leaders all pulling […]

  • Khupe, Mudzuri and Chamisa — who will take the MDC-T presidency?

    After almost two decades in the trenches, fighting for power, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is likely to exit the political scene empty-handed. He can no longer sustain the fight, having […]

  • Expats offer free heart testing at Chinhoyi Hospital

    Heart patients from Mashonaland West province and beyond last week received free specialist consultation from two Italian doctors led by cardiologist Roberto Bonmassari.

  • ZEC ready for elections — Ziyambi

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa last week said elections would be held in five months’ time. His remarks sparked debate on the preparedness of the country to hold the elections amid reports […]

  • White farmer in bid to get back farm

    A prominent Wedza white farmer Richard Seager has approached government to assist him in getting back his 609 hectare farm that he claims was fraudulently and violently taken away from […]

  • ZSE ends bearish for third week in a row

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange All Shares index slipped for the third week running, dropping 4,34% to close at 90,58 points as the market continues to adjust from the bullrun which […]

  • Cash crisis persists

    Cash shortages in Zimbabwe have persisted more than a month after the new administration led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed power.

  • No need to invest in non-productive assets

    We are what we consistently do. Who we are is also informed by the decisions and choices we make. Where we allocate increased financial resources says a lot about our […]



  • Claims and counter claims to power in MDC-T

    Morgan Tsvangirai remains the president of Zimbabwe’s Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T). I have checked and his current term ends in 2019.

  • Leadership dysfunction: Our national failure

    Former president Robert Mugabe has gone, and with him his excuses. It must come as a refreshing relief to Zimbabweans that President Emmerson Mnangagwa has thus far refused the temptation […]

  • Vendors’ ultimatum will save us from cholera, typhoid

    Government and local authorities must be on high alert of the deadly cholera and typhoid outbreak in the country and put preventive and treatment measures in place to avoid deaths. […]

  • How thinking like a CEO will make you succeed in PR

    Organisations thrive on excellent leadership. That should be a given, especially when the CEO knows how to effectively use the human resources at his disposal. In past articles, we have […]

  • Building the business case for women

    Women are the largest economic opportunity The most convincing business case for women comes from Silverstein and Sayre (2009), who show that women are a bigger economic opportunity than India […]

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