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  • Stunner’s real mistress unmasked

    The woman believed to have wrecked Desmond “Stunner” Chideme and Olinda Chapel’s marriage is a local model called Dyonne Tafirenyika, contrary to previous reports and insinuations pointing at Dion Chasa […]

    Stunner’s model girlfriend Dyonne Tafirenyika
  • Gumbo opens up on ‘queen bee’ scandal

    Former vice-president Joice Mujuru last week sparked debate after she claimed that some of the senior Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) members she fired recently wanted to sleep with her after […]

    Rugare Gumbo
  • Grace guns for Mnangagwa

    FIRST lady Grace Mugabe has revealed that some senior Zanu PF officials hatched a plot to sabotage her rallies and intimidate donors supporting her political activities as the ugly battle […]

    Grace Mugabe addresses a rally in Buhera on Friday. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
  • Chiyangwa, Hayatou war escalates

    SPORTS and Recreation minister Makhosini Hlongwane says government supports Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa’s decision to take on the long-standing Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Issa Hayatou.

    Cosafa president Phillip Chiyangwa
  • Stunner assaulted

    Local rapper Desmond “Stunner” Chideme is nursing wounds after unidentified people assaulted him outside a popular Harare night club on Friday night, it has emerged.

    Stunner (left) was allegedly assaulted at a Harare club on Friday

International

Barclays Africa Apologizes After Bank’s Role in Rand Fixing

Barclays Africa Group Ltd. apologized for its role in a rand-fixing affair involving more than a dozen banks, saying that it alerted regulators about the practice after suspending two traders.

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Business

Barclays Africa Apologizes After Bank’s Role in Rand Fixing

Barclays Africa Group Ltd. apologized for its role in a rand-fixing affair involving more than a dozen banks, saying that it alerted regulators about the practice after suspending two traders.

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Politics

Mujuru spills the beans

Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) president Joice Mujuru (pictured) claims Zanu PF has deployed 500 spies to infiltrate her party’s structures ahead of its inaugural elective convention.

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  • Rugare Gumbo
    Gumbo opens up on ‘queen bee’ scandal

    Former vice-president Joice Mujuru last week sparked debate after she claimed that some of the senior Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) members she fired recently wanted to sleep with her after […]

  • Evan Mawarire
    Zim a big prison, says Mawarire

    PASTOR Evan Mawarire was defiant when he emerged out of the gates of Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison following his brief incarceration on treason related charges early this month, declaring that […]

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    Zanu PF youths arrested over Chitungwiza violence

    THE three Zanu PF youths who allegedly embarked on a reign of terror in Chitungwiza during a clean-up campaign by Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) members, were last week arrested on charges […]

  • Blessing Kasiyamhuru
    Academic promises to ‘take Zimbabweans to Canaan’

    ZIMBABWE has over 50 opposition parties claiming to be committed to the fight to wrestle power from long-serving President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF, but this has not stopped […]

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    War vets’ shattered $15m dream

    WAR veterans who had just received a windfall in gratuities of Z$50 000, then enough to purchase a six-roomed house in a high-density suburb, made a move that could have […]

  • Maria Ramos (Photographer: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP via Getty Images)
    Barclays Africa Apologizes After Bank’s Role in Rand Fixing

    Barclays Africa Group Ltd. apologized for its role in a rand-fixing affair involving more than a dozen banks, saying that it alerted regulators about the practice after suspending two traders.

  • John Mangudya
    Mangudya’s roadmap faces hurdles

    Economic measures put in place by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya to drive economic growth will come to nothing in the absence of structural reforms, analysts have […]

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    The difference between success and failure is a great team

    As the English premier league draws to a close, the race is intensifying for a top four finish, which will earn the top teams a place in the lucrative champions […]

  • Part of the Indian business delegation that came to scout for opportunities last week. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
    Locals jostle to engage Indian business delegation

    A business delegation from India was in the country last week to scout for investment opportunities, joining a long list of foreign businesses that have visited Zimbabwe since the dollarisation […]

  • Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce president Davison Norupiri
    SEZs delays worry industry

    GOVERNMENT has to expedite the implementation of the special economic zones (SEZs) programme aimed at attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) and creating employment, business and analysts have said.

  • Grace Mugabe addresses a rally in Buhera on Friday. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
    Grace Mugabe insulted voters

    First lady Grace Mugabe’s outlandish claim that Zimbabweans will vote for her husband even if he appeared as a corpse on the ballot paper was another demonstration of a her […]

  • Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora
    Cyclone Dokora a danger to education

    Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora last week went to extra-ordinary lengths in the National Assembly to prove that he is not a Muslim as he defended his ill-thought […]

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa presenting the 2017 budget in Parliament on Thursday
    Why don’t you just resign Cde Chinamasa?

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has clearly run out of ideas on how to save Zimbabwe’s broke government.

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    Mugabe has to stay at home, do his job

    For almost two months, Zimbabwe has been at a standstill because President Robert Mugabe was on holiday with his family, shuttling between Dubai and China.

  • There were reports of intimidation prior to yesterday’s election in Bikita West. (File picture)
    Political violence has become part of Zanu PF

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned that even as untoward behaviour is condemned with every by-election that has been conducted since 2013, it seems no one is moved and they […]

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  • Maria Ramos (Photographer: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP via Getty Images)
    Barclays Africa Apologizes After Bank’s Role in Rand Fixing

    Barclays Africa Group Ltd. apologized for its role in a rand-fixing affair involving more than a dozen banks, saying that it alerted regulators about the practice after suspending two traders.

  • Daniel Gonora performing on the street in Harare with his son Isaac
    Gonora still stuck in the streets

    Wiping off sweat from his forehead with the back of his palm, Daniel Gonora prepares to start playing the next song in front of an enthralled crowd which surrounds him […]

  • Stunner’s model girlfriend Dyonne Tafirenyika
    Stunner’s real mistress unmasked

    The woman believed to have wrecked Desmond “Stunner” Chideme and Olinda Chapel’s marriage is a local model called Dyonne Tafirenyika, contrary to previous reports and insinuations pointing at Dion Chasa […]

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