Top Menu


  • Bond notes unnerve potential investors

    The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who have now adopted a wait-and-see attitude — waiting to see how the market will react to the pseudo […]

    Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya
  • African leaders are cowards: Mugabe

    Most African leaders are cowards who have no direction, President Robert Mugabe said yesterday while threatening to orchestrate a split of the United Nations.

    President Robert Mugabe addresses Zanu PF supporters who thronged Harare International Airport yesterday to welcome him home. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
  • All set for Tuku album release gig

    All roads will on Friday lead to the Borrowdale Country Manor for the mother of all shows —The Oliver Mtukudzi 65th Album Release Concert.

    Oliver_Mtukudzi1_Layer 1
  • FC Platinum inch closer

    FC PLATINUM edged closer to a historic first-ever league title with a clinical dispatch of former champions Dynamos in an explosive Castle Lager Premier League duel at Mandava Stadium yesterday.

    FC Platinum forward Walter Musona was on target as the Zvishavane-based side completed a double over Dynamos at Mandava Stadium yesterday
  • Police statement on Standard ‘Gun shot’ story

    The Standard is working on a follow-up story to consolidate the lead story of September 18 – 24 about the police opening fire using live ammunition to quell protests. The […]

    police-officer-with-gun-in-epworth

International

Kenyan treasury secretary says banks making too much profit

NAIROBI — Kenyan banks have been “expropriating too much profit” from the interest rates they charge on loans and have room to lower borrowing costs, treasury secretary Henry Rotich said. […]

Read the full post

Business

Will the bond notes survive the test of time

It’s now official — Zimbabwe will introduce bond notes end of October 2016. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe confirmed this in its mid-term monetary policy statement. At the same time, […]

Read the full post

Politics

Tsvangirai calls for electoral reforms

We are going to ratchet the game because it’s important for Zanu PF and the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to understand that this is a right.

Read the full post
  • Dumiso Dabengwa was tried after the discovery of Zapu arms of war
    Dabengwa backs transitional government

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday backed calls for a National Transitional Authority (NTA) to run Zimbabwe’s affairs till the next elections, arguing it was necessary to guarantee a peaceful transition.

  • Patrick-Chinamasa-p5-2
    Zim must now stand on its own: Chinamasa

    Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday hinted that Zimbabwe had been abandoned by the international financial institutions on whom it had pinned its hopes for economic revival and was now […]

  • President Robert Mugabe addresses Zanu PF supporters who thronged Harare International Airport yesterday to welcome him home. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
    African leaders are cowards: Mugabe

    Most African leaders are cowards who have no direction, President Robert Mugabe said yesterday while threatening to orchestrate a split of the United Nations.

  • An armed police officer patrols Epworth last week
    Epworth residents recount the horror of police gun shots

    Many residents of Epworth are still trying to come to terms with events of last Saturday and many are yet to recover from the trauma they suffered the day when […]

  • Riot police has not been sympathetic with protesters
    Battered protesters at a loss for words on police brutality

    The Glen View women who were arrested by police last Saturday for participating in a protest by opposition parties under the banner of National Electoral reform Agenda (Nera) have recounted […]

  • bond-notes
    Will the bond notes survive the test of time

    It’s now official — Zimbabwe will introduce bond notes end of October 2016. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe confirmed this in its mid-term monetary policy statement. At the same time, […]

  • Reserve Bank Governor John Mangudya
    Bond notes unnerve potential investors

    The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who have now adopted a wait-and-see attitude — waiting to see how the market will react to the pseudo […]

  • 65981-money-changer-shows-some-one-hundred-u-s-dollar-bills-at-an-exchange-b
    Cash shortages cripple mobile money

    The prevailing cash shortages have suffocated mobile money subscribers, who are failing to get their money or do cash-out transactions.

  • gibson-sibanda
    Good supply chain practices improve performance

    Supply chain management theory underscores that, the success of the firm is not entirely dependent on its own activities. Objectives of the network partners should be aligned and in sync […]

  • Philllip Chichoni
    Risks that can sink your business

    “A ship is always safe at the shore, but that is NOT what it is built for.”

  • fred-mandizvidza
    The Internet of Things (IoT) will change the future of life

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is upon us. There is cut-throat competition of global proportions for the most connectivity. Industry’s future, both in the developed and under-developed/developing countries, will never […]

  • Zimbabweans must grow #ThisFlag movement even without Evan Mawarire
    Where to now after the charismatic pastor?

    The last four months in Zimbabwe can surely be characterised as an awakening of the Zimbabwean working class, as thousands took to the streets in response to Evan Mawarire’s call: “hatichatya” [we […]

  • gavel
    Death penalty violates human rights

    Capital punishment has been a contentious issue in Zimbabwe for many years. While the new Constitution must be hailed for giving reprieve to women and men aged under 21 or […]

  • Tangai-chipangura
    Mugabe undoing his legacy by staying put

    Botswana president Ian Khama last week stirred a hornet’s nest by publicly calling on President Robert Mugabe to step down on account of his advanced age and the dislocation of […]

  • dr
    I am living it up overseas, eat your hearts out

    My weekly addresses have become such an inspiration and admiration to most of you hopeless souls around the world that I would have felt very bad not communicating to you.

Recent Posts

  • fred-mandizvidza
    The Internet of Things (IoT) will change the future of life

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is upon us. There is cut-throat competition of global proportions for the most connectivity. Industry’s future, both in the developed and under-developed/developing countries, will never […]

  • Wildlife capture pens allegedly being used to keep the captured animals. Picture: ZCTF
    China clears Zimbabwe’s wildlife?

    Since February this year, the Zimbabwean authorities, working hand in glove with Chinese authorities, have greatly intensified the capturing of animals in the country for export to China, according to […]

  • bond-notes
    Will the bond notes survive the test of time

    It’s now official — Zimbabwe will introduce bond notes end of October 2016. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe confirmed this in its mid-term monetary policy statement. At the same time, […]

AMH logo

© 2016 The Zimind. All Rights reserved.

DMMA logo