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    President Robert Mugabe has ignored calls by security forces commanders who have been openly pushing for the arrest of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo for alleged fraud; with the 92-year-old […]

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  • Bond notes: RBZ sings a different tune

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya says the central bank may not inject bond notes worth $75 million into the market by year-end as earlier promised, insisting there […]

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  • Zanu PF hijacks Miss Tourism Zim

    Zanu PF bigwigs on Friday hijacked and politicised the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) pageant that was held at the Harare International Conference Centre.

    South Africa-based Zimbabwean businessman Justice Maphosa and wife at the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant. Maphosa’s company Big Time Strategic Group were the main sponsors of the event.
  • Microbots’ solution to plug exam papers leakage

    The leakages of exam papers have been a major challenge for Zimbabwe for a long time.

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  • Bulawayo’s crippling water crisis puts lives in danger

    IF he had the maps showing the location of Bulawayo’s water reticulation pipes, John Mpofu says he would have by now dug a hole, then drill into one of them […]

    Bulawayo councillors, staff members and journalists praying at Umzingwane Dam for the rains and for God to intervene in the water crisis.

International

Afghanistan mosque attack: 30 dead, ISIS claims responsibility

The explosion occurred when the bomber detonated their vest inside a mosque in the sixth police district of Kabul, according to Basir Mujahid, spokesman for the local police force.

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Business

The parallel market returns as . . .

The shortage of cash in the market has created dual pricing for cash and electronic transactions as traders scrounge for the elusive United States dollar which quickens the process in […]

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Politics

Moyo savages Mnangagwa

Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo has launched a scathing attack on Vice-President Emmerson Mnangangwa and his followers, saying their sense of entitlement shown in their push to have […]

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    Mugabe snubs generals

    President Robert Mugabe has ignored calls by security forces commanders who have been openly pushing for the arrest of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo for alleged fraud; with the 92-year-old […]

  • Bulawayo councillors, staff members and journalists praying at Umzingwane Dam for the rains and for God to intervene in the water crisis.
    Bulawayo’s crippling water crisis puts lives in danger

    IF he had the maps showing the location of Bulawayo’s water reticulation pipes, John Mpofu says he would have by now dug a hole, then drill into one of them […]

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    Eight perish in horror crash

    Eight people died in the early hours of yesterday when the vehicle they were travelling in collided head on with another truck along the Masvingo-Harare highway.

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    Bond notes circulation starts tomorrow

    Local banks will start issuing bond notes tomorrow, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) announced yesterday.

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    Tsvangirai draws thousands on return

    THOUSANDS of Zimbabweans braved the heavy downpour which hit Harare yesterday to attend the MDC-T “shutdown” rally, which was addressed by party leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

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    Bond notes: RBZ sings a different tune

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya says the central bank may not inject bond notes worth $75 million into the market by year-end as earlier promised, insisting there […]

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    The parallel market returns as . . .

    The shortage of cash in the market has created dual pricing for cash and electronic transactions as traders scrounge for the elusive United States dollar which quickens the process in […]

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    Collaboration improves performance

    Supply chain management is more concerned about recognising, acknowledging and managing key business linkages and relationships. In so doing, collaboration becomes the order of the day. Collaboration is an admirable […]

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    Employers shoot down national health scheme

    Employers have shot down a proposal by government to introduce a compulsory health scheme, adding they would take the matter up with authorities.

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    Capacity utilisation increases on the back of import ban

    Nearly a tenth of local manufacturers have seen capacity utilisation reaching 100% on the back of import restrictions by government, a new report on the state of the manufacturing sector […]

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    Zanu PF hijacks Miss Tourism Zim

    Zanu PF bigwigs on Friday hijacked and politicised the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) pageant that was held at the Harare International Conference Centre.

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    Chiyangwa has to be stopped

    Around this time last year, we warned that putting Phillip Chiyangwa at the helm of Zimbabwean football would spell doom for the local game and the flamboyant businessman has so […]

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    Clean up your mess, Zuma tells Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday came face-to-face with reality after visiting South African President Jacob Zuma demanded more clarity on the country’s investment policy.

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    Mugabe nails corrupt ministers

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe said he will not defend senior government and Zanu PF officials implicated in corrupt deals or abuse of public funds,

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  • Tinashe Jambo
    Microbots’ solution to plug exam papers leakage

    The leakages of exam papers have been a major challenge for Zimbabwe for a long time.

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    Was the liberation war worth it?

    Not so long ago such a question would have sounded preposterous because the colonial, racist, repressive and exploitative regimes in southern Africa had pushed the largely black majority of the […]

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    Bond notes outreach a smokescreen

    Parliament will this week begin public consultations on the introduction of bond notes set to be unveiled tomorrow, but this would be a waste of time and money.

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    Prayer in the New testament

    IN the simplest of terms, prayer is communication between you and your heavenly Father. The primary purpose of communication is to establish and maintain a relationship.

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    The big job Zacc ‘forgot’ to do

    We are grappling with a festering puzzle here. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) seems keen to do just about everything but one big and pressing job. It won’t touch the […]

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    Zanu PF hijacks Miss Tourism Zim

    Zanu PF bigwigs on Friday hijacked and politicised the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) pageant that was held at the Harare International Conference Centre.

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    Ngodzo’s newfound love

    ARMED with a Zifa Level Four coaching certificate, former Highlanders midfield genius Johannes Ngodzo was given the nod to take over as head coach at ambitious former Premier Soccer League […]

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    Nomads boost for Amm’s Orange Bowl dream

    ZIMBABWE’S 17-year-old amateur golf star David Amm received a timely boost after the Nomads Zimbabwe decided his trip to this year’s edition of the Junior Orange Bowl International Golf Championship […]

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