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    Acting-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has conceded that the land reform programme was done in a chaotic manner and warned that government would soon pounce on multiple farm owners, among them cabinet […]

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  • Zim’s Pakistan tour of hell

    At least 6 000 police officers will provide security for Zimbabwe cricket, 3 000 of them inside Lahore’s Gaddaffi Stadium during match times

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  • Cuthbert Dube fired

    ZIMBABWE Football Association president Cuthbert Dube’s reign finally came to an end yesterday after councillors fired him together with two other board members.

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  • Chaminuka’s pedigree under scrutiny

    Saul Chaminuka will this evening lead Zimbabwe’s first step in the quest for a fifth Cosafa Cup title at Moruleng Stadium where the Warriors face Mauritius in a Group A […]

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  • Tea sector wage dispute heads for arbitration

    THE wage dispute between employers and workers in the tea sector is set to go for arbitration as workers fight to prevent companies from reducing their wages from the current […]

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Obama says it is now ‘hard to find a path’ on Israeli-Palestinian peace

(Reuters) – In a fresh rebuke to Benjamin Netanyahu, President Barack Obama said the Israeli leader’s pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it “hard to […]

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Tea sector wage dispute heads for arbitration

THE wage dispute between employers and workers in the tea sector is set to go for arbitration as workers fight to prevent companies from reducing their wages from the current […]

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Politics

MDC-T divided over boycott decision

The decision by the MDC-T not to participate in the by-elections is a manifestation of renewed factional fights within the bickering opposition which could affect the party’s unity in the […]

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    Ministers own multiple farms — Mnangagwa

    Acting-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has conceded that the land reform programme was done in a chaotic manner and warned that government would soon pounce on multiple farm owners, among them cabinet […]

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    Bikita diamonds: A tale of shady deals

    MASVINGO — Wielding an assortment of tools such as picks, hammers and shovels, gangs of panners trooped into Bikita district following the discovery of diamonds in Devuli Ranch three years […]

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    Cuthbert Dube fired

    ZIMBABWE Football Association president Cuthbert Dube’s reign finally came to an end yesterday after councillors fired him together with two other board members.

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    ‘Dictatorship part of Zim political DNA’

    Is dictatorship part of Zimbabwe’s political DNA? That is the question that emerged after former Education minister David Coltart used his Twitter account to accuse the ruling Zanu PF of […]

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    Legislation of TNF top partners agenda

    After almost five years of bickering, the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) is set to meet tomorrow to discuss, among other things, the legislation of the social partners’ platform, the harmonisation […]

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    The return of the ‘pin-striped bandit’

    After Mwana Africa Plc released a circular this week announcing that a group of European-based minority shareholders led by Ian Dearing had called for an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) seeking […]

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    RBZ bill creates massive debt for all

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (Debt Assumption) Bill last week sailed through the National Assembly, taking the bill a step closer to becoming law.

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    Zera licenses more power producers

    SMALL Independent Power Producers (IPPs) are expected to increase their output by next year as two more suppliers have been licensed by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) during the […]

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    Tea sector wage dispute heads for arbitration

    THE wage dispute between employers and workers in the tea sector is set to go for arbitration as workers fight to prevent companies from reducing their wages from the current […]

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    Chinamasa in bid to woo the West

    GOVERNMENT has changed its economic revival strategy hitherto focused on the Look East policy and is now looking everywhere around the world, including the country’s erstwhile enemies from the West […]

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    Zimbabwe needs friends, not enemies

    IN the past six months, we have witnessed some of the worst human created and natural disasters in the world. An AirAsia Airbus A320 crashing into the Java Sea destroying […]

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    Telecel saga: Why needless job losses?

    JUSTICE Nicholas Mathonsi’s provisional ruling granting Telecel permission to continue operating in Zimbabwe’s mobile sector is most welcome.

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    Dokora’s affinity for controversy now legendary

    Education minister Lazarus Dokora is one man whose affinity for controversy will be hard to match. In fact, in the two or so years that he has been in government, […]

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    Harsh economic conditions force people out

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe wants the world to believe that Zimbabweans who trekked to South Africa are uneducated people who mistakenly see that country as heaven on earth.

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    MDC-T should re-organise or face death

    In May 2013, I wrote an article warning the MDC-led by Morgan Tsvangirai, otherwise referred to as MDC-T,on the need to re-strategise or face death.

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    City, Hwange share spoils

    Harare City were denied maximum points in injury time for a second successive Premier Soccer League match after being held by visiting Hwange at Rufaro yesterday.

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    Durban July gets Zimbabwean flavour

    AFRICA’S biggest horse racing event — the Vodacom Durban July Handicap — has received a Zimbabwean flavour after two top Borrowdale Racecourse trainers Cornie Spies and Alyson Wright have entered […]

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    Zimbabwe needs friends, not enemies

    IN the past six months, we have witnessed some of the worst human created and natural disasters in the world. An AirAsia Airbus A320 crashing into the Java Sea destroying […]

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