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    At Trinity Engineering in the Willowvale industrial area, tall grass can be seen adjacent to an abandoned tanker which lies in the yard. An administration block has paint peeling off […]

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  • Zifa pins hope on govt over Comoros trip

    Zifa has now pinned all hopes on the government for the funding of the Warriors trip to Comoros for Saturday’s Chan qualifier preliminary round, return leg. (more…)

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  • Chiefs belong to Zanu PF: Mnangagwa

    MASVINGO — Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa says traditional leaders are expected to be pro-Zanu PF and can never be apolitical. (more…)

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  • MDC-T is pro-vendors: Tsvangirai

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday boldly declared his party and supporters will not allow the government to implement a second Murambatsvina [operation clean-up] in urban areas. (more…)

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  • Zimdollar return demands citizens’ confidence

    Zimbabwe needs to set up the right incentives and restore confidence for citizens to be willing to transact, if it is to introduce a local currency, the United Nations Development […]

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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

Loan impairments continue to rise

The slugging economy has led to rising impairments as loan repayments remain a challenge, analysts have said. This has raised fears that banks may cut back on lending critically needed […]

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Politics

VPs give Mugabe sleepless nights

President Robert Mugabe is reportedly in a fix over how to deal with his two deputies Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko who have allegedly struggled to get along. (more…)

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    Msipa: Zanu PF’s voice of reason

    President Robert Mugabe alienated one of the most level headed minds in Zanu PF by tacitly supporting the brutal purges that rocked the former guerrilla movement. (more…)

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    Politicians extort money from vendors

    Space barons have emerged in Harare and are quietly demanding protection fees from thousands of vendors who face eviction from the CBD. (more…)

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    Jonathan Moyo fuels Twitter wars

    Jonathan Moyo’s social media spats using unrestrained language are uncalled for and unstrategic for someone who doubles as a “Information minister and government spokesperson”, analysts have said. (more…)

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    Harare in dilemma over vendors’ relocation

    FIVE days before the deadline given by government for informal traders to move out of Harare’s Central Business District, authorities are far from convincing sceptics that they are ready for […]

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    ‘Mugabe runs Wi-Fi govt’

    GLOBETROTTING President Robert Mugabe now runs a “Wi-Fi” government, opposition parties and analysts said yesterday. (more…)

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    Harare’s dying industries

    At Trinity Engineering in the Willowvale industrial area, tall grass can be seen adjacent to an abandoned tanker which lies in the yard. An administration block has paint peeling off […]

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    Loan impairments continue to rise

    The slugging economy has led to rising impairments as loan repayments remain a challenge, analysts have said. This has raised fears that banks may cut back on lending critically needed […]

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    Zimdollar return demands citizens’ confidence

    Zimbabwe needs to set up the right incentives and restore confidence for citizens to be willing to transact, if it is to introduce a local currency, the United Nations Development […]

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    The road to an integrated Africa

    There has been talk for many years on the vision for an integrated Africa. (more…)

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    HCCL to raise $10m for underground mining

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) is working on the next phase of its recapitalisation plan that will see about $10 million being raised for underground mining operations, an official has […]

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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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    It’s deflation, not disinflation

    Zimbabwean authorities for a while have made the definition of disinflation so elastic that even at a rate of -0,2% in 2014; they insisted that Zimbabwe was witnessing disinflation or […]

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    Presidential term limits: Is Mugabe right?

    In his opening remarks at the African Union summit recently, chairperson and Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe questioned why African leaders should have term limits. He likened the two-term limit to […]

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    Why are Zimbabweans poor?

    A few weeks ago, we woke up to a “research” whose results showed a list of 50 wealthiest Zimbabweans

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    Mugabe remarkable man but bad leader

    President Robert Mugabe is highly intelligent, smart, entertaining, funny and revolutionary. (more…)

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