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  • Wicknell in Warriors summesault

    CONTROVERSIAL businessman and socialite Wicknell Chivayo wore his trademark wide grin as he joined the queue of the local and foreign dignitaries during the pre-match formalities ahead of the 2019 […]

    Wicknell Chivayo speaks to the Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa and his deputy Omega Sibanda before last Sunday’s match against Liberia
  • Teenage Hadebe comes of age

    IN Norman Mapeza young Warriors defender Teenage Hadebe found a coach who trusted him and did not hesitate to thrust him at the deep end in a big 2019 Africa […]

    Teenage Hadebe
  • Mugabe probe: Shocking details

    Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere’s opponents in the ruling party went to the extent of buying a coffin for the under siege Local Government minister, a report of investigations into […]

    President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the burial of the late Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku at the National Heroes Acre yesterday. Picture: Shepherd Tozvireva
  • RTGS transactions overwhelm banks

    The prevailing cash shortages are clogging banks’ real time gross settlement transaction (RTGS) systems as Zimbabweans are relying on this mode of payment for virtually all transactions.

    Steward Bank CEO Lance Mambondiani
  • Miss Tourism to ‘adopt’ Miss Zimbabwe

    Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) benefactor Justice Maphosa says talks to breathe life into the country’s flagship pageant, Miss Zimbabwe, are on course after it failed to take off last year.

    Barbra Mzembi

International

London attacker was family man nicknamed ‘Abz’ – neighbours

LONDON — Neighbours of one of the suspected assailants in the London stabbings remembered him as a friendly family man and gym aficionado nicknamed “Abz”, who was seen with the […]

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Business

‘StanChart won’t exit Zimbabwe’

The country’s oldest banking institution, Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe has said it is here to stay and will not exit the market anytime soon.

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Politics

MDC-T insists Tsvangirai will lead grand coalition

MDC-T organising secretary Abedinico Bhebhe yesterday hinted that his party would insist on former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai as leader of the mooted opposition coalition against President Robert Mugabe in […]

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  • Muhlava Nyumani shows off the salt they harvest from  salty soils
    Chisekela: Chiredzi’s hidden treasure

    A hot spring replete with a unique sprawling salt garden is going to waste in a former conservancy in Chiredzi.

  • President Robert Mugabe addresses mourners at the burial of the late Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku at the National Heroes Acre yesterday. Picture: Shepherd Tozvireva
    Mugabe probe: Shocking details

    Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere’s opponents in the ruling party went to the extent of buying a coffin for the under siege Local Government minister, a report of investigations into […]

  • Patrick Zhuwao
    Soldiers threatened me: Mugabe nephew

    Soldiers allegedly blocked Indigenisation minister Patrick Zhuwao’s vehicle outside Harare, threatening him with unspecified action and the minister says he now fears for his life.

  • The King Lion bus wreckage
    Horror crash: Trouble for bus owners, police and govt

    A fortnight ago, Zimbabweans woke up to the tragic news that 43 people had perished and 23 others seriously injured when a Zambia-bound King Lion bus veered off the road […]

  • Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora
    Driving lessons at primary school

    BLAKISTON Primary School in Harare has started offering driving lessons as the government’s controversial education reforms begin to take root.

  • Steward Bank CEO Lance Mambondiani
    RTGS transactions overwhelm banks

    The prevailing cash shortages are clogging banks’ real time gross settlement transaction (RTGS) systems as Zimbabweans are relying on this mode of payment for virtually all transactions.

  • standard-chart
    ‘StanChart won’t exit Zimbabwe’

    The country’s oldest banking institution, Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe has said it is here to stay and will not exit the market anytime soon.

  • Tafadzwa Chinamo
    Secz creates user-friendly conditions for investors

    The Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (Secz) has announced simplified know-your-customer (KYC) requirements for investors intending on participating in the capital market in the country.



  • Emmerson Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa’s misplaced priorities hurt the poor

    VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s arrogant defence of the discredited Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment Bill Number 1 in Parliament last week epitomised Zanu PF’s penchant to major on power retention schemes to […]

  • emmerson-mnangagwa
    Road carnage: Govt must take blame

    The horrific bus accident that claimed the lives of 43 people and seriously injured 24 others near Nyamakate along the Harare-Chirundu highway must jolt the government to abandon its business-as-usual […]

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    EU-AU Summit; Youth at the top of the agenda

    As the world moves towards the realization of the benefits associated with investing in young people; the youth in Zimbabwe have taken upon themselves through the concept of Leave No […]

  • Kudzai Chipanga
    Mugabe is not an angel Cde Chipanga

    The tomfoolery that was displayed by Zanu PF youth secretary Kudzanai Chipanga at Marondera on Friday is sickening.

  • President Robert Mugabe
    Robert Mugabe’s nepotism stinks

    The stampede by ministers last week to give President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona Chikore, positions at boards of state institutions removed any doubt that the 93 year-old is behind the […]

Recent Posts

  • Muhlava Nyumani shows off the salt they harvest from  salty soils
    Chisekela: Chiredzi’s hidden treasure

    A hot spring replete with a unique sprawling salt garden is going to waste in a former conservancy in Chiredzi.

  • Money is changing hands at the black market
    Cash crisis drives grassroots corruption

    Government invented a cash crisis last year by introducing bond notes. And, because of that weird creativity, Zimbabwe is now saddled with swelling corruption in the financial sector.

  • The covering of women is not to oppress them but this shows how vital they are, their precious bodies are not to be shown to strange men.
    Women’s rights in Islam

    The world over has got this assumption that women in Islam are thought to be subjugated, degraded and oppressed, but are they really? Are millions of Muslims simply oppressive or […]


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