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  • Harare awaits decision on suspended Mahachi

    SUSPENDED Harare Town Clerk, Tendai Mahachi has found the going tough at Town House since his arrival in 2006 despite surviving several attempts to boot him out.

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  • Calls for ZEC reconstitution grow louder

    The Zimbabwe Election Commission’s refusal to nullify the outcome of the Hurungwe West by-election has triggered fresh calls for the disbandment of the body ahead of the 2018 general elections. […]

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  • DeMbare out to banish ghosts of Colliery

    Zimbabwe’s three traditional football giants Dynamos, Highlanders and CAPS United will today face potential party spoilers in their respective Castle Lager Premier Soccer League matches. (more…)

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  • Presidency: So near yet so far

    If an epitaph on the political career of Zimbabwe’s first woman vice-president were to be written one day it would likely read, “so near yet so far, here lies the […]

    Vice President Joice Mujuru
  • Dube denied Canadian visa

    Attempts by Zifa president Cuthbert Dube to flee the Warriors chaos were halted by the Canadian Embassy which denied him a visa to travel and watch today’s Fifa Women’s World […]

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International

Al-Bashir near-miss rattles dictators’ club

WHEN President Robert Mugabe left for the AU summit a few days ago, big on his agenda was to sell his grandiose plan for the beneficiation of local resources as […]

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Business

Stockbrokers feel the pinch

THE decline in the turnover on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) during the first half of the year will affect the profitability of stockbroking firms in the country that have […]

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Politics

Tsvangirai’s worst committee

Then a firebrand trade unionist drawing massive crowds to his rallies, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai emerged on the political scene with a swagger that instantly threatened President Robert Mugabe’s position.

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  • ZSE
    Stockbrokers feel the pinch

    THE decline in the turnover on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) during the first half of the year will affect the profitability of stockbroking firms in the country that have […]

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    The science of business planning

    “All successful people are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day toward their distant vision, that goal or […]

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    AIIB: China’s new ‘World Bank’

    Russia has become the third largest shareholder in the China-led Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB), with 5,93% voting rights, while the top shareholders, China and India, will have 26,06% […]

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    Banking sector safe, sound: RBZ

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says the banking sector is safe and sound after one of the troubled banks aligned its capital position with the prescribed minimum equity capital. […]

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    POSB pays govt $300 000 dividend

    The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB) has given government a dividend of $313 000 based on a profit of $1, 25 million last year. (more…)

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    Bungling Zifa should put house in order

    CHAOTIC events preceding the Warriors’ trip to Comoros for yesterday’s 2016 Chan qualifier showed how Zimbabwean football has descended to new depths of mediocrity. (more…)

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    Zim needs Green Climate Fund

    At a summit held recently in Germany, the G7, a forum that consists of the world’s seven most industrialised economies — France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the US, UK and Canada […]

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    Diaspora: Beyond remittances

    Recent media reports have indicated that in the last two years, Zimbabwe’s Diaspora has remitted at least $1,4 billion dollars into the country. (more…)

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    Vendors need community support

    That Zimbabwe, particularly its capital city Harare’s CBD, now resembles one major vending stall is symptomatic of how implausibly bad the country’s economic situation has become. (more…)

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    Whose job is it to create employment?

    In my piece last week, I wrote on poverty and there was one thing that stood out strongly; if all employable Zimbabweans would find a decent job, it would be […]

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