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  • Mugabe panics as soldiers rampage

    Uniformed soldiers on Friday night emptied Harare’s night clubs and ruthlessly attacked people on the streets after police triggered violent protests in the capital earlier in the day as President […]

    A man salutes the riot police before the law enforcers engaged in running battles with protesters in Harare on Friday. Picture: Shepherd Tozvireva
  • CAPS United close gap

    CAPS United reignited their championship aspirations in spectacular fashion after romping to a 4-1 victory over visiting Mutare City Rovers at the National Sports Stadium.

    Leonard Tsipa celebrates his goal against Mutare City Rovers at the National Sports Stadium yesterday
  • Tuku snubs Zimbabwe

    It seems jazz maestro Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi (pictured right) has found a better market in South Africa and locals will have to wait further for his new music after he […]

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  • Mugabe’s enforcers wage bloody war against people

    VICTIMS of police’s brutal clampdown against peaceful demonstrations that turned Harare into a war zone last week have told harrowing tales of their ordeals at the hands of the law […]

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  • Mujuru coalition close: Tsvangirai

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai says a coalition with other opposition parties including former vice president Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) is now close as the country gears for the […]

    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai and ZimPF leader Joice Mujuru engage in a conversation at a joint rally in Gweru yesterday. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli

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. […]

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Business

Scramble for bank accounts

Ongoing cash shortages in Zimbabwe are forcing many companies which used to pay their employees in cash to resort to bank deposits. (more…)

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Politics

Updates: Grand demo 26 Aug 2016

A soldier has reportedly stoned to death a protester near Copacabana Terminus along Jason Moyo, sparking renewed skirmishes.

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    Zanu militia abducts activists

    AN alleged Zanu PF militia was yesterday accused of abducting and torturing opposition activists before handing them over to the police during Friday protests.

  • A man salutes the riot police before the law enforcers engaged in running battles with protesters in Harare on Friday. Picture: Shepherd Tozvireva
    Mugabe panics as soldiers rampage

    Uniformed soldiers on Friday night emptied Harare’s night clubs and ruthlessly attacked people on the streets after police triggered violent protests in the capital earlier in the day as President […]

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    Jittery Chinoz demands guns

    A war veterans faction led by Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister, Mandi Chimene has been rattled by anti-government protests with Buhera South legislator Joseph Chinotimba (pictured above) requesting the army to […]

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    Protests unstoppable say MDC-T VPs

    Zimbabwe has in the past month witnessed peaceful protests and violent riots sparked by police’s unprovoked heavyhandedness as disgruntled citizens press for President Robert Mugabe’s resignation. (more…)

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    Beitbridge farmer’s lone battle against invasions

    Eighty-year-old Mananje conservancy and Benfer Estate owner Ian Ferguson, has been fighting to hold on to his two properties which have been invaded time and again for over a decade. […]

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    Cash shortages drive mobile money usage

    TELECOMMUNICATIONS service providers say the current cash shortages have presented an opportunity to promote a cashless society resulting in the growth in mobile money transactions.

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    Zim bows to SA pressure over SI 64

    Government has been forced to reduce duty and surtax on some products imported from South Africa in response to concerns raised by that country over the restriction of imports under […]

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    Mangudya upbeat about debt plan

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya says the country’s re-engagement with multilateral financial institutions is work in progress despite critics questioning the slow pace in the implemention of […]

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    Nigeria: The opportunity and risk conundrum

    On June 15 Nigeria’s central bank relaxed its currency’s dollar peg. The relaxation saw the Naira depreciate by at least 69% against the US dollar to the current levels.

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    Industry, labour foresee doom

    Zimbabwe faces a gloomy outlook with more job losses if nothing is done to arrest the obtaining economic crisis, labour and economists have warned.

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    Zanu militia abducts activists

    AN alleged Zanu PF militia was yesterday accused of abducting and torturing opposition activists before handing them over to the police during Friday protests.

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    Makandiwa speaks on protests

    United Family International Church founder Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa on Friday said he decided to move his annual all night prayer meeting dubbed the Judgement Night 4 to the outskirts of […]

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    Beitbridge police chaos escalates

    Three hundred and fifty newly deployed Beitbridge police officers are living in offices at the border town’s main station with their bosses appealing to the community for accommodation. (more…)

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