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  • Mugabe succession in dramatic twist

    Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao yesterday declared that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s alleged bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe in another dramatic twist to the battle to replace […]

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  • Mugabe’s nephew mauls VP

    Youth and Indigenisation minister and Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao (PZ), who is linked to the G40 faction in the ruling Zanu PF party, yesterday opened up on the emotive issue […]

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  • Zifa jeopardises PSL deal

    THE chaos masterminded by the Phillip Chiyangwa-led Zifa board could cost local football dearly after Premier Soccer League (PSL) sponsors Delta Beverages registered their displeasure at the state of football […]

    Delta Beverages marketing director Maxen Karombo delivers his speech during the 2016 Soccer Stars Awards on Friday night
  • RBZ plastic money push hits turbulence

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s drive towards a cashless society has taken a battering following the introduction of bond notes last week, with some traders, including fuel dealers, rejecting credit […]

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  • Jah Prayzah steals limelight at Watora Mari gig

    Judging from the crowd’s reaction, Jah Prayzah seems to have outperformed Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platnumz on Friday at the packed Harare International Conference Centre.

    Diamond Platnumz and Jah Prayzah perform the song Watora Mari at the Harare International Conference Centre on Friday. Pictures: Shepherd Tozvireva

International

Afghanistan mosque attack: 30 dead, ISIS claims responsibility

The explosion occurred when the bomber detonated their vest inside a mosque in the sixth police district of Kabul, according to Basir Mujahid, spokesman for the local police force.

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Business

Tourism sector employees demand cash

Tourism industry workers are demanding to be paid in hard cash as confidence in Zimbabwe’s banking industry continues to take a battering due to cash shortages.

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Politics

Stakes high as Zanu PF heads to the ruins

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s warring ruling party rolls into Masvingo next week for the former liberation movement’s annual and routine jamboree.

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    Mugabe succession in dramatic twist

    Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao yesterday declared that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s alleged bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe in another dramatic twist to the battle to replace […]

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    Mugabe’s nephew mauls VP

    Youth and Indigenisation minister and Mugabe’s nephew, Patrick Zhuwao (PZ), who is linked to the G40 faction in the ruling Zanu PF party, yesterday opened up on the emotive issue […]

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    Tsvangirai’s ex-wife now a preacher

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s former wife of just 12 days, Locadia Tembo Karimatsenga has resurfaced as a preacher at a South Africa-based church, Nation of Glory Ministries.

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    Mujuru, Tsvangirai jeopardise coalition

    Former Finance minister Tendai Biti has been the most vocal supporter of a coalition of opposition parties to tackle ageing President Robert Mugabe in the 2018 elections and rescue Zimbabwe […]

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    Bond notes run out as crisis deepens

    The introduction of bond notes by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has brought more misery than relief to depositors that now have to endure longer queues to access their […]

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    RBZ plastic money push hits turbulence

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s drive towards a cashless society has taken a battering following the introduction of bond notes last week, with some traders, including fuel dealers, rejecting credit […]

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    Tourism sector employees demand cash

    Tourism industry workers are demanding to be paid in hard cash as confidence in Zimbabwe’s banking industry continues to take a battering due to cash shortages.

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    Zim survives nicotine levels scrutiny

    Zimbabwe’s tobacco sector has for now survived the global push to reduce nicotine levels in cigarettes that could have cut down the country’s income from the golden leaf by 50% […]

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    Does a credit downgrade to ‘junk’ matter?

    South Africa narrowly escaped a foreign currency sovereign downgrade to “junk” from S&P on Friday. This is in addition to Moody’s maintaining its rating at BBB- a week earlier. In […]

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    Bond notes: RBZ sings a different tune

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya says the central bank may not inject bond notes worth $75 million into the market by year-end as earlier promised, insisting there […]

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    Zanu PF hijacks Miss Tourism Zim

    Zanu PF bigwigs on Friday hijacked and politicised the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) pageant that was held at the Harare International Conference Centre.

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    Chiyangwa has to be stopped

    Around this time last year, we warned that putting Phillip Chiyangwa at the helm of Zimbabwean football would spell doom for the local game and the flamboyant businessman has so […]

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    Clean up your mess, Zuma tells Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday came face-to-face with reality after visiting South African President Jacob Zuma demanded more clarity on the country’s investment policy.

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    Mugabe nails corrupt ministers

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe said he will not defend senior government and Zanu PF officials implicated in corrupt deals or abuse of public funds,

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    THE outgoing administration is reportedly seeking to create a new special operations task force that would use the elite Joint Special Operations Command’s experience to carry out clandestine activities all […]

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    Mugabe succession in dramatic twist

    Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao yesterday declared that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s alleged bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe in another dramatic twist to the battle to replace […]

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