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    Plain-clothed police officers on Thursday afternoon brutally attacked three Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) journalists, Obey Manayiti, photojournalist, Shepherd Tozvireva and Abigail Matsikidze and driver, Raphael Phiri, accusing them of taking […]

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  • Why Roderick Mutuma left Highlanders

    WHEN he packed his bags from Harare to join Bulawayo giants Highlanders, his arrival was met with mixed feelings.

    Roderick Mutuma
  • Mugabe ‘ouster’ plot thickens

    One of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s allies has distanced himself from the alleged plot to topple President Robert Mugabe as the battle to succeed the 93-year-old takes yet another dramatic turn.

    A security aide drives away a fly as President Robert Mugabe goes through his speech in Lupane on Friday
  • Weak economy takes toll on Zim showbiz

    The severity of Zimbabwe’s cash crisis that surfaced after the introduction of bond notes last year and the subsequent disappearance of the Unites States dollar coupled with the general poor […]

    Jah Prayzah
  • ‘Clueless’ Chinamasa roasted

    Former Economic Planning minister Tapiwa Mashakada could not contain his anger after Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa delivered a gloomy mid-term budget review last Thursday.

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa

International

South Africa considering sale of State assets to fund airline

RETORIA — South Africa is evaluating assets it could sell to pay for this month’s R2,2 billion ($169,5 million) bailout of unprofitable carrier South African Airways, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba […]

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Business

Zim’s diamond cutters, polishers struggling

Zimbabwean diamond cutting and polishing companies are struggling to absorb the mandated 10% market share set aside by government to encourage growth and development of the downstream industries, an official […]

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Politics

I’m not dying, says Tsvangirai

Former prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai has declared himself fit enough to challenge President Robert Mugabe in next year’s elections, dismissing reports that he was recently given six months to live […]

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    Police bash, detain AMH reporters

    Plain-clothed police officers on Thursday afternoon brutally attacked three Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) journalists, Obey Manayiti, photojournalist, Shepherd Tozvireva and Abigail Matsikidze and driver, Raphael Phiri, accusing them of taking […]

  • Shingi Munyeza
    Munyeza’s daring Christian vote push

    Outspoken entrepreneur and church leader Shingi Munyeza is a man on a mission.

  • NPP leader Joice Mujuru
    I miss my husband, says Joice Mujuru

    Former vice president Joice Mujuru is slowly building her profile as an opposition leader after she was unceremoniously kicked out of Zanu PF over allegations that she was involved in […]

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    Hunger, diseases stalk Chingwizi villagers

    It’s a Saturday morning and Ambuya Gladys Madyangove (73) painstakingly wraps up her thin body with a dirty “worn out” blanket as she desperately tries to keep herself warm in […]

  • Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa (extreme right) on a tour of Bindura to check on the command agriculture crop
    More funding for command agriculture

    Local fuel dealer, Sakunda Energy, says it is targeting to increase its funding for maize production under the command agriculture scheme to cover at least three million hectares next season.

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    Zim’s diamond cutters, polishers struggling

    Zimbabwean diamond cutting and polishing companies are struggling to absorb the mandated 10% market share set aside by government to encourage growth and development of the downstream industries, an official […]

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    ‘Clueless’ Chinamasa roasted

    Former Economic Planning minister Tapiwa Mashakada could not contain his anger after Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa delivered a gloomy mid-term budget review last Thursday.

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    Govt’s kaylite ban raises stink

    Government’s controversial ban on the use of kaylite caught manufacturers and the fast food industry unawares as the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) had recently endorsed their waste management plan, Standardbusiness […]



  • President Robert Mugabe
    Mugabe’s violence call despicable

    President Robert Mugabe’s statements encouraging Zanu PF youths to take the law into their own hands in dealing with members of the ruling party that go around perpetrating violence in […]

  • Home Affairs minister Chombo
    Chombo has let the cat out of the bag

    Evidence is mounting to back fears that Zimbabwe could be headed for another disputed election as the ruling party looks determined to win at all costs, including playing dirty.

  • Nkosana Moyo
    Opposition intolerance worrying ahead of 2018

    Former Trade and Industry minister Nkosana Moyo’s announcement a fortnight ago that he will be challenging President Robert Mugabe in next year’s elections brought some impetus into preparations for the […]

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    We won’t be silenced

    The Zanu PF government does not tolerate criticism and those that cross its paths are designated enemies of the state or a threat to national security.

  • Mildred Chiri
    Chiri exposé: Fish rots from the head

    Auditor-General (AG) Mildred Chiri has once again tabled before Parliament explosive reports detailing the plunder of state-owned enterprises and glaring inefficiencies in government.

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    Police bash, detain AMH reporters

    Plain-clothed police officers on Thursday afternoon brutally attacked three Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) journalists, Obey Manayiti, photojournalist, Shepherd Tozvireva and Abigail Matsikidze and driver, Raphael Phiri, accusing them of taking […]

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    South Africa considering sale of State assets to fund airline

    RETORIA — South Africa is evaluating assets it could sell to pay for this month’s R2,2 billion ($169,5 million) bailout of unprofitable carrier South African Airways, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba […]

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    Impurities in our Christian religion

    A Christian is a follower of Christ. Christianity is a religion based on the teachings of Christ and no other. The teachings of John, Luke, Matthew or Paul are all […]


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