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  • Male celebs join bleaching craze

    SKIN bleaching with different descriptions such as skin-toning, brightening, lightening or whitening is a growing phenomenon that has not spared the local showbiz scene, if claims that some male artists […]

  • Heartbroken Manyuchi vows to bounce back

    HIS chastening loss to Qudratillo Abduqaxorov of Uzbekistan to relinquish his World Boxing Council (WBC) silver welterweight belt remains fresh in the minds of many local boxing fans just over […]

  • Mnangagwa threatened to kill me, says Moyo

    VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly told Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo during a heated Zanu PF politburo meeting that they used to kill trouble makers like him during the war, it […]

  • Mnangagwa in poisoning scare

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday left the venue of President Robert Mugabe’s rally in Gwanda in an ambulance and was immediately airlifted to Gweru after he started vomiting amid fears he […]

  • Low supplies dim sparkle on Zim gems

    Zimbabwe’s diamond cutting and polishing companies are struggling to make ends meet amid revelations that they are not getting adequate supplies of the mineral despite a standing provision entitling them […]

International

South Africa to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity: government source

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa is planning to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe, allowing her to return to Harare and avoid prosecution for the alleged assault […]

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Business

Zimra fiscal devices move lauded

Industry and business say government’s move to allow the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) to sell fiscal devices will boost the fiscalisation programme as the authority charged much lower prices for […]

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Politics

Tsvangirai in fight for his life to save anti-Mugabe alliance

For prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai, a week in politics has proven to be too long.

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  • Chipanga: Bootlicking gone awry

    The late Harare mayor Tony Gara who infamously once likened President Robert Mugabe to Jesus Christ, would have been proud of Zanu PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga if he was […]

  • Mnangagwa in poisoning scare

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday left the venue of President Robert Mugabe’s rally in Gwanda in an ambulance and was immediately airlifted to Gweru after he started vomiting amid fears he […]

  • Energy Mutodi’s woes mount

    Zanu PF activist and Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s strident supporter, Energy Mutodi will spend the long weekend in remand prison after a Harare magistrate yesterday ruled that he was not a […]

  • Chatunga Mugabe video causes stir

    JOHANNESBURG — One of President Robert Mugabe’s sons Chatunga, has divided opinions after sharing a video of himself living a lavish lifestyle.

  • ZEC BVR tender raises stink

    THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC)’s tender for biometric voter registration (BVR) kits is mired in fresh controversy after revelations that the Chinese company that was given the contract came second […]

  • Customer experience and its challenges

    Companies and individuals should appreciate the strategic importance of the customer experience in both their thinking and practice, which has grown to be the differentiator, an advantage that is very […]

  • Zimra fiscal devices move lauded

    Industry and business say government’s move to allow the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) to sell fiscal devices will boost the fiscalisation programme as the authority charged much lower prices for […]

  • Low supplies dim sparkle on Zim gems

    Zimbabwe’s diamond cutting and polishing companies are struggling to make ends meet amid revelations that they are not getting adequate supplies of the mineral despite a standing provision entitling them […]



  • Kenyan polls have lessons for Zim

    Zimbabwe has a lot to learn from the just-ended Kenyan general elections as the country prepares for its own keenly-awaited polls next year.

  • Why Zanu PF cannot be trusted

    Zanu PF last week demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt that it cannot be trusted with unfettered control of the legislature when it railroaded the disputed Constitutional Amendment Bill (Number 1) through […]

  • Mugabe’s violence call despicable

    President Robert Mugabe’s statements encouraging Zanu PF youths to take the law into their own hands in dealing with members of the ruling party that go around perpetrating violence in […]

  • Chombo has let the cat out of the bag

    Evidence is mounting to back fears that Zimbabwe could be headed for another disputed election as the ruling party looks determined to win at all costs, including playing dirty.

  • Opposition intolerance worrying ahead of 2018

    Former Trade and Industry minister Nkosana Moyo’s announcement a fortnight ago that he will be challenging President Robert Mugabe in next year’s elections brought some impetus into preparations for the […]

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