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  • Govt gives in to doctor’s demands

    Health minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday said the impasse between government and striking doctors, who are demanding improved conditions of service, has been resolved.

  • Chamisa pushes for Khupe deal

    MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa yesterday said he is engaging his deputy Thokozani Khupe to find common ground over a leadership dispute that has seen opposing factions engage in bloody battles […]

  • Mugabe, ED rift escalates

    Former president Robert Mugabe has told his associates that he will not negotiate with his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, because he is unhappy about the way he was toppled, it […]

  • Dairy firm invests $1,6m to boost production

    A leading dairy company, Prodairy, has invested $1,6 million in one of its farming projects, which will see its operating capacity hitting 75% by year end. Prodairy, a subsidiary of […]

  • Super Sikandar drives Zim

    Zimbabwe: 263/9, Hong Kong: 174 (46.5/50 ov, target 264) — Zimbabwe won by 89 runs


North Korea’s Kim Jong-un outsmarted Trump

A year ago when Donald Tramp assumed the post of president of the United States, he accused the administration of Barak Obama for having a very soft position on North […]

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ED’s 100 days: Is the jury still out?

March 5 2018 marked President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s 100 days in office. This is a major milestone to look out for if you are emboldened with the naivety that the overrule […]

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The return of the great Bobster

My People, The junta, which thought it was very smart and could mislead Zimbabweans and the rest of the world that theirs was the world’s smartest coup, are now quaking […]

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  • Thousands at ‘spiritual spectacles’ crusade

    Thousands of people drawn from all corners of Midlands province last week Friday thronged Mbizo Stadium in Kwekwe to witness the first-ever all-night “Spiritual Spectacles” crusade in the city, which […]

  • Mutinhiri fires warning shots

    Former Cabinet minister and diplomat Ambrose Mutinhiri was arguably the biggest newsmaker last week after his abrupt resignation from Zanu PF and Parliament to lead a breakaway party now challenging […]

  • Chamisa bemoans tribalism, supports Ndebele king

    MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa yesterday railed against the “Shonalisation” of Zimbabwe, saying tribal conflicts militated against the country “moving forward. Addressing an MDC Alliance rally in Dete, Matabeleland North province, […]

  • Tyson, Sekeramayi ‘neglecting’ workers

    FORMER Cabinet ministers Sydney Sekeramayi and Saviour Kasukuwere have been accused of neglecting their farm workers and underpaying them.

  • We will not be kind to Mugabe, says Zanu PF

    A video of Zanu PF youths chanting the “down with Mugabe slogan” during a meeting addressed by President Emmerson Mngangagwa went viral last week as it dawned on Zimbabweans that […]

  • Doctors’ strike threatening lives

    The strike by doctors that has paralysed the health delivery system, especially in Bulawayo and Harare, is an apt reminder that despite pronouncements that it is no longer business as […]

  • Imbokodo: Dedication to all women of Africa

    “Our mothers, sisters, daughters and women broadly hold our national fabric together, leading us in ways we can never fully comprehend and appreciate. Women’s rights are human rights and they […]

  • Grace PhD: Zacc got it all wrong!

    In early 2014, after being tipped off by staff, I broke the story that Grace Mugabe, then first lady, had just enrolled for a doctoral degree in the Sociology department […]

  • MDC-T moonlighting in Mugabe’s library

    Zimbabwe’s political theatre, currently dress-rehearsing for the next act in the aftermath of Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai’s vastly diverting title fight, is charged with irony.

  • Spare a thought for Tsvangirai’s wife

    There are reasons why every political party tries to have women in top positions. Most African countries are patriarchal.

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