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  • Mnangagwa to announce poll date

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he will proclaim the date for this year’s general elections in two weeks’ time.

  • Voters’ roll inspection starts

    THE 10-day voter inspection exercise started on a low note yesterday in Harare, Bulawayo and most parts of the country with some centres opening without the requisite provisional voters’ roll […]

  • Mugabe, ED fight takes new twist

    MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has been approached by emissaries claiming to represent former president Robert Mugabe and seeking an electoral pact, it has been revealed.

  • German interest for in-form Kadewere

    ZIMBABWE international forward Tinotenda Kadewere could be set for a big European summer move to Germany following reports in Sweden that German second-tier football club FC Union Berlin are keeping […]

  • ZBC journo’s $65k bribe rocks Hwange

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) managing director Thomas Makore’s suspension was triggered by an extortion scandal involving a ZBC journalist and one of the struggling miner’s senior executives, it has […]

International

US teen kills 10 in shooting

The 17-year-old student who authorities said killed 10 people when he opened fire in an art class in his Houston-area high school appeared to be disoriented on the morning after […]

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Business

Bank notes crisis: Will imports help?

A local weekly has reported that Zimbabwe’s bank note shortage would ease, following $400 million cash imports by the Reserve bank of Zimbabwe [RBZ] since the beginning of the year, […]

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Politics

Temba Mliswa’s graft dossier to Mnangagwa opens can of worms

NORTON legislator Temba Mliswa’s letter to President Emmerson Mnangagwa pleading for a forensic investigation into the operations of the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has opened a can of worms […]

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  • Bulawayo donkey abattoir saga rages on

    When Zimbabwean businessman Gareth Lumsden announced in October 2017 that he had set up a $150,000 donkey abattoir in Bulawayo, local animal welfare organisations protested that his proposed slaughter rate […]

  • Pertinent lessons for Zim from Cape Town ‘day zero’

    In one of Africa’s best cities, Cape Town, South Africa, residents were recently thrust into crisis mode when their water sources depleted to a point of almost drying up. People […]

  • Zanu PF candidate preaches peace

    ASPIRING Zanu PF candidate for the Dzivaresekwa parliamentary constituency George Chimhini yesterday implored voters to be tolerant and avoid violence as the country prepares to hold harmonised elections.

  • Cancer patients in danger

    SCORES of cancer patients seeking treatment at public health facilities are getting a raw deal due to a shortage of radiotherapy equipment, it has emerged.

  • ‘Sex-starved’ man blames wife

    A Harare man accused of abusing his wife blamed his violent behaviour on the fact he had not slept with her for four months.

  • RBZ warned on US$ imports

    THE government should consider putting more money into the productive sectors of the economy instead of importing cash.

  • Delta pours $2,8m into sorghum farming

    DELTA Corporation says it has invested at least $2,8 million to facilitate the production of 10 500 tonnes of sorghum during the 2018 /19 agriculture season.

  • How to stop land from remaining disputed

    As South Africa’s current rhetoric on land expropriation without compensation and the need to change section 25 of their constitution to achieve this rages, they are moving into a space […]



  • Zim urgently needs broadcast sector reforms

    A news report carried on the front page of the government-controlled Herald newspaper on May 16 announcing that the news outlet’s parent group, Zimbabwe Newspapers Ltd (Zimpapers), had been awarded […]

  • Advice for Chamisa and ED

    My dear people, This week I would like to give you hope that the Great Robert will rule this country again one day.

  • Zec has to up its game

    The opening-up of the provisional voters’ roll for inspection yesterday by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) marked yet another milestone on the road to watershed elections in a few weeks’ […]

  • The promise of future success steals today’s happiness

    By all counts, it is important for each of us and our collective, to dream, to create our own inspiring vision, to see that compelling goal of 10 years or […]

  • The big idea: Governance is the issue

    My own idea of the big idea is not just more of the same!

Recent Posts

  • Bulawayo donkey abattoir saga rages on

    When Zimbabwean businessman Gareth Lumsden announced in October 2017 that he had set up a $150,000 donkey abattoir in Bulawayo, local animal welfare organisations protested that his proposed slaughter rate […]

  • Pertinent lessons for Zim from Cape Town ‘day zero’

    In one of Africa’s best cities, Cape Town, South Africa, residents were recently thrust into crisis mode when their water sources depleted to a point of almost drying up. People […]

  • Mutamangira hails de Villiers influence

    SABLES captain Denford Mutamangira has hailed former Springboks coach Peter de Villiers for instilling a new sense of self-belief in the Zimbabwe senior rugby squad as they prepare for next […]


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