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Islamist militants kill 19 in attack on hotel in Mali’s capital

Islamist militants killed 19 people in an attack on a top hotel in the capital of Mali before Malian commandos stormed the building and rescued 170 people, many of them […]

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Chinamasa’s damp squib

Ordinary citizens have to wait a little bit longer to realise the benefits of the budget announced last week as the policies will require time to be implemented, a local […]

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Mujuru ouster bleeds fiscus

Zanu PF’s expulsion of suspected loyalists of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru is coming at a big cost to the fiscus as the government is compelled to hold by-elections for legislators […]

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    China’s Xi in Zimbabwe to sign power, infrastructure deals

    Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, the first visit by a Chinese leader since 1996, amid expectations that he would sign deals to fund infrastructure, electricity generation […]

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    Teenagers arrested over Mudzi accident

    Three boys from Mudzi who allegedly rolled two big stones into the middle of the Harare-Nyamapanda highway, causing the road traffic accident that killed 15 people last week, have been […]

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    War over Harare night spot erupts

    A GROUP of residents in Harare’s middle income suburb of Avondale has approached the High Court seeking an order to force authorities to shut down a night spot that they […]

    Airport settlers defy Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s order to ministers to remove over 200 families, mostly Zanu PF supporters in Harare South, from an illegal settlement near the Harare International Airport has invited scorn […]

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    Outrage over Grace’s wheelchair pledge

    FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe’s (pictured) declaration that a special wheelchair will be made for President Robert Mugabe to enable him to rule even when he reached 100 years old has […]

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    Farmer of the year’s tractor delivered

    The Zimbabwe Agricultural Society (ZAS) has handed over a tractor to this year’s winner of the Farmer of the Year Award

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    Chinamasa’s damp squib

    Ordinary citizens have to wait a little bit longer to realise the benefits of the budget announced last week as the policies will require time to be implemented, a local […]

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    Minister defends Telecel takeover

    Government is not creating another loss-making enterprise by buying 60% shareholding in Telecel Zimbabwe, ICT, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira has said.

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    Insurance firms accused of robbing policy holders

    PENSION and insurance players in Zimbabwe are not maintaining accurate and comprehensive data which allows for precise calculation of pension and insurance funds and member benefit entitlements.

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    US rate hike poses risk to emerging economies

    Interest rates in the United States have been held close to zero since December 2008 as a way to stimulate economic growth by encouraging borrowing and consumption.

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    Fines hike a boon for corrupt cops

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last week dramatised the government’s desperation to find new sources of revenue in the face of an imploding economy when he announced a set of steep […]

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    Grace can’t justify rape

    First Lady Grace Mugabe’s penchant to cross the line each time she is given a platform to address people is now legendary, but on Friday she went too far and […]

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    Grace has done nothing to deserve this honour

    There were reports in yesterday’s papers that some group of Zanu PF youths going by the name Youth Against Poverty — an affiliate of the Zimbabwe Youth Council — is […]

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    Tsvangirai should not start what he can’t finish

    An angry Morgan Tsvangirai, leader of Zimbabwe’s largest opposition party, was on Friday declaring war against provocative Zanu PF militants, saying his party was sick and tired of running away […]

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    Zifa crying out for credible leader

    Zimbabwe football is in a deep crisis epitomised by the catastrophic disqualification of the senior national team from the 2018 World Cup set for Russia.

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