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  • Bakers hike the price of bread

    The price of basic commodities, including bread and many other things, continues to go up despite spirited attempts by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration to instil confidence in the economy.

  • Fake news, social media: The new battleground for Zanu PF wars

    There is generally a collective agreement that Grace Mugabe had a way with repulsive language and lacked the etiquette befitting of a first lady.

  • ED in VPs dilemma

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa is facing a tough balancing act in appointing his two deputies amid indications  he is under pressure to reward the military  for playing a pivotal role in […]

  • Zim Met Services Department useless?

    Without accurate weather and climate information, it can prove impossible for farmers to make well-informed decisions that help them optimise agricultural production. The unavailability in Zimbabwe of proper weather and […]

  • Chamisa scoffs at Zanu PF sanctions propaganda

    MDC-T deputy president, Nelson Chamisa has dismissed as Zanu PF propaganda reports that the MDC Alliance was in the United States to beg for an extension of sanctions, saying as […]

International

Iraq declares war with Islamic State over

Iraq has announced that its war against so-called Islamic State (IS) is over. Prime minister Haider al-Abadi told a conference in Baghdad that Iraqi troops were now in complete control […]

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Business

CFI battle turns nasty

Messina Investments’ Nicholas Van Hoogstraten said Stalap nominated directors who exited the agro-industrial group, CFI, ahead of last week’s extraordinary general meeting (EGM) shall be held accountable for the alleged […]

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Politics

Fake news, social media: The new battleground for Zanu PF wars

There is generally a collective agreement that Grace Mugabe had a way with repulsive language and lacked the etiquette befitting of a first lady.

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  • Bakers hike the price of bread

    The price of basic commodities, including bread and many other things, continues to go up despite spirited attempts by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration to instil confidence in the economy.

  • How Zanu PF feted General Chiwenga

    Clad in a black suit, white shirt and a stripped green necktie which matched his wife Marry’s green attire, commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) General Constantino Chiwenga sat […]

  • Fake news, social media: The new battleground for Zanu PF wars

    There is generally a collective agreement that Grace Mugabe had a way with repulsive language and lacked the etiquette befitting of a first lady.

  • Army chaplain further remanded for theft

    An army captain who is also chaplain at Mbalabala Barracks has appeared at the Gwanda Regional Court facing charges of stealing a vehicle belonging to a prominent Zimbabwean businessman and […]

  • Tsvangirai sought ED talks: Mukonori

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai reportedly met Catholic priest, father Fidelis Mukonori asking him to facilitate a meeting with President Emmerson Mnangagwa to discuss a “way forward” after last month’s military […]



  • Which voice is God’s voice, ED?

    It cannot be the people’s voice, and it certainly is not God’s voice that, in pursuant of peace, accountability and hard work, you appoint and flaunt known perpetrators of fear, […]

  • ED is right to reject bootlicking

    The move by President Emmerson Mnangagwa ordering his party comrades to stop idolising him through praise songs is a good decision which will save Zimbabwe from creating another demi-god.

  • Why it is not advisable for couples to work together

    The new thinking is that spouses should not work together. A man and his wife should work separately so that each one of them enjoys his/her independence. There are dangers […]

  • Five ways to stay motivated during tough times

    I think it was the famous bard and philosopher Billy Ocean who said, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going. When the going gets rough, the rough get […]

  • Are you ready for change?

    Change has been variously defined as making a material difference in something compared to an earlier state, transforming or converting something, or simply becoming different.

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  • Bakers hike the price of bread

    The price of basic commodities, including bread and many other things, continues to go up despite spirited attempts by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration to instil confidence in the economy.

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