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  • Mugabe-linked airline in trouble

    Zimbabwe Airways is suffering from a high staff turnover  amid revelations that some workers are leaving the government-linked airline after being frustrated by alleged poor management practices.

  • I will scrap bond notes — Chamisa

    MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday promised to  scrap bond notes and replace them with real money if he wins next month’s elections. Addressing hundreds of supporters at a Binga […]

  • Fresh Mugabe plot to derail Mnangagwa

    Former president Robert Mugabe is ready to endorse MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa ahead of the July 30 elections as prospects of him reconciling with his successor President Emmerson […]

  • Economy takes centre stage ahead of polls

    The message from Zimbabwe’s political protagonists in the ongoing election campaign has one common denominator: the economy.

  • Lawyers pile pressure on Zec

    Parliamentary and civic rights watchdog, Veritas, is seeking a declaratory order from the High Court to ensure that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) runs all its election-related activities transparently in […]

International

Griezmann hits historic VAR penalty

Antoine Griezmann scored from the first VAR-assisted penalty awarded in the history of the football World Cup as title hopefuls France battled to a 2-1 win over gutsy Australia in […]

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Business

Zimbabwe seeks equity investments

GOVERNMENT is targeting between $4 billion and $5 billion in equity investment annually as it seeks to grow the economy in the absence of loans due to the debt overhang.

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Politics

Zanu PF doesn’t run cheap campaigns, says Mpofu

ZANU PF is  going for broke ahead of the July 30 general elections with a war chest of over $200 million despite reports that the ruling party is broke. The […]

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  • Nothing amiss about dead voters: RG

    THE Registrar-General’s department says there is nothing amiss in finding “dead voters” on the voters roll as the department was seized with many such cases.

  • Police cause mayhem at Eldorado mine

    Police in Chinhoyi clashed with artisanal miners at Eldorado gold mine last week leaving a trail of destruction and injuring women and children in the process.

  • MDC-T member up for assault

    A 38-year-old MDC-T supporter appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing charges of assaulting a colleague at the party’s headquarters, Harvest House.

  • President promises youth bank

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa, who will next month stand as a presidential candidate for the first time, yesterday commended  the Junior Parliament for holding free and fair elections that brought in the […]

  • Twins burnt to death at Harare Hospital

    A set of five-day-old twins were burnt to death in a nursery at Harare Central Hospital in a suspected case of negligence last week,  it has been revealed.



  • The voters roll and a double-faced opposition

    There is a problem when a crab, which tends to move sideways, starts complaining that snakes slither. The local opposition is behaving pretty the same way like a crab.

  • Turbulent future ahead for ED

    My People It is very gratifying to know that I am still a strong political force to reckon with in Zimbabwe.

  • Zim cannot afford another charade

    The African Union [AU] Observer Mission to Zimbabwe’s 2013 harmonised elections in its final report recommended that “the integrity of the voters roll must be assured through greater transparency, accessibility […]

  • We deserve who we vote for

    In exactly 44 days Zimbabweans will be going to the polls to vote for the president, members of parliament and councillors — men and women that we are going to […]

  • Can you dare to challenge the status quo?

    Karl Benz was a genius. Engineer and inventor, he worked tirelessly on his idea of a “horseless carriage”, which he called the Patent-Motorwagen. At the time, the idea of a […]

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  • ‘Good, it has begun’ for Mbo Mahocs

    “Good, it has “begun,” are the words which broke the internet last week after South African-based fashionista, TV and radio personality Mbo Mahocs — real name Mbonisi Mhonondo — made […]

  • Shoko Fest moves to the ghetto

    Organisers of the annual urban culture fiesta, Shoko Festival, will this year make Peace in the Hood their main event following a slump in attendance at most of last year’s […]

  • Jonhera dreams to change Masvingo

    Newly crowned Miss Tourism Masvingo Gamuchirai Jonhera has pledged to promote Masvingo town as a prime tourist destination to help grow the number of local and international visitors.


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