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    Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru yesterday condemned what she called government’s poor treatment of war veterans, who were early this year teargased by police for trying to demonstrate […]

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  • ZBC bosses arrested over vehicle scam

    Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) acting chief executive officer, Patrick Mavhura and another top executive have been arrested on charges of criminal abuse of office after they were allegedly involved in […]

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  • Mugabe fails to douse Masvingo fire

    Zanu PF could be headed for a split after President Robert Mugabe yesterday failed to contain serious divisions in Masvingo amid accusations that he appeared to have sided with one […]

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  • Govt to inject $50m bond notes by year-end

    GOVERNMENT expects to inject $50 million in bond notes into the economy by the end of year despite resistance from the general public. (more…)

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  • Makoni talks coalition, Mujurus and bond notes

    At one time Former Finance minister Simba Makoni (SM) was considered to be among the front-runners in the race to succeed President Robert Mugabe before he ran out of patience […]

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International

Airline apologises after pilot jokes about crashing plane carrying ex-PM

Bangkok — Thai budget airline carrier Nok Air apologised after one of its pilots joked about crashing a plane carrying ousted premier Yingluck Shinawatra. (more…)

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Business

Cash crunch hits importers

Money transfer agents have taken over the role of banks by making payments at a fee for companies that want to pay for raw materials and other imports, a move […]

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Politics

How Zanu PF milked besieged farmer dry

Homeless, with no income or relative to turn to and with nowhere to go: this sums up the predicament in which former dairy farmer, Yvonne Goddard, finds herself after her […]

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    Church thief bleats like goat

    There was drama at the Harare Magistrates Court yesterday when an 18-year old-man, accused of stealing items from motor vehicles during a church service in the city, bleated like a […]

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    War vets are being abused, says Mujuru

    Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader Joice Mujuru yesterday condemned what she called government’s poor treatment of war veterans, who were early this year teargased by police for trying to demonstrate […]

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    ZBC bosses arrested over vehicle scam

    Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) acting chief executive officer, Patrick Mavhura and another top executive have been arrested on charges of criminal abuse of office after they were allegedly involved in […]

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    Mugabe fails to douse Masvingo fire

    Zanu PF could be headed for a split after President Robert Mugabe yesterday failed to contain serious divisions in Masvingo amid accusations that he appeared to have sided with one […]

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    AG’s graft findings for 2016 at a glance

    The Auditor-General’s Office last week released three sets of reports that exposed massive corruption in government and financial leakages amounting to millions of dollars last year alone. (more…)

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    Why property is more pricey in SA than Zim

    The country’s upscale properties are still being sold at record prices pegged at millions of dollars, making them more expensive compared to those located in South Africa’s most exclusive suburbs […]

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    Industry embraces import controls

    Manufacturers have welcomed the move by government to control imports, saying it should be complemented by the removal of duty on raw materials to boost local production. (more…)

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    Govt to inject $50m bond notes by year-end

    GOVERNMENT expects to inject $50 million in bond notes into the economy by the end of year despite resistance from the general public. (more…)

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    Chinamasa gives greenlight for salary cuts

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa says government and the private sector can cut salaries and wages to align their employment costs to the operating environment. (more…)

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    Cash crunch hits importers

    Money transfer agents have taken over the role of banks by making payments at a fee for companies that want to pay for raw materials and other imports, a move […]

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    How Zim’s political elites are looting the state

    This is a long story, which begins with potholes as sites for rent-seeking and ends with the stark reality of a shadow state that has developed in Zimbabwe, manned by […]

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    Proposing a new Ministry of Frustration

    My People,I think some of you are just too, too daft to understand some of life’s realities. LETTER TO MY PEOPLE BY DOCTOR STOP IT I will not mention the […]

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    Chiri must keep them on their toes

    The Auditor-General’s Office last week once again released three reports detailing deep-rooted corruption in government, parastatals and local authorities, giving the authorities another golden opportunity to walk the talk on […]

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    Second-hand Japanese mega deals

    I have been laughing my head off since I thought of the topic of my address to you. (more…)

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    Brazen corruption in Mugabe’s backyard

    Skeletons keep tumbling from those in President Robert Mugabe’s inner circle, leaving little doubt that his regime is being oiled by a thoroughly corrupt network. (more…)

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    Crocker selected for Eisenhower Trophy

    RISING teenage golf sensation Sean Crocker was yesterday rewarded for his brilliant run of good form in the United States after being included in the Zimbabwe team for the prestigious […]

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