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    President Robert Mugabe believes his wife is strong-headed and he does not challenge most of her decisions for the sake of peace at home, a leaked audio recording of a […]

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  • Grace stuck in Singapore, Mugabe follows

    First Lady Grace Mugabe failed to return home last week and instead President Robert Mugabe followed her to Singapore yesterday where she has been holed for over a month.

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  • Mujuru party hit by divisions

    Former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) has been hit by divisions, amid reports that some senior officials could be plotting to unseat the veteran politician.

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  • Magaya warns of crime wave

    Prophetic Healing Ministries (PHD) leader Walter Magaya has told his followers to tighten their security, saying Zimbabwe would soon be hit by a crime wave.

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  • Victory at last!

    FORMER champions Dynamos finally remembered how to win, with a laboured victory over hosts Tsholotsho in a Castle Premiership encounter at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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International

Anti-Zika condoms for Olympics

Australian pharmaceutical company Starpharma Holdings Ltd said it is teaming up with world No. 2 condom maker Ansell Ltd to supply Zika virus-proof condoms to the Australian Olympic team ahead […]

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Business

RBZ fails to end cash shortage

Cash shortages have continued unabated, with some banks putting a cap on withdrawals lower than the $1 000 limit set by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) a fortnight ago.

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Politics

Mujuru party hit by divisions

Former vice-president Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) has been hit by divisions, amid reports that some senior officials could be plotting to unseat the veteran politician.

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  • Priscah Mupfumira
    Harrowing tales of hunger, neglect in Mudzi

    TENDAI Moyo (not real name) is a 36-year-old epileptic widow who lives in Mukota B ward in Mudzi, 222km north east of Harare.

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    The big interview :Kurotwi speaks on Mpofu tiff

    Businessman Lovemore Kurotwi was arrested in 2010 on charges of prejudicing the State of $2 billion in a botched diamond deal after then Mines minister Obert Mpofu accused him of […]

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    #ThisFlag protest rattles under-fire Mugabe henchmen

    On the eve of Zimbabwe’s independence celebrations last month, Evan Mawarire was a little-known Harare-based pastor, but as of last week his messages were reaching a staggering 133 000 people […]

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    Mugabe tape exposes Grace

    President Robert Mugabe believes his wife is strong-headed and he does not challenge most of her decisions for the sake of peace at home, a leaked audio recording of a […]

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    Grace stuck in Singapore, Mugabe follows

    First Lady Grace Mugabe failed to return home last week and instead President Robert Mugabe followed her to Singapore yesterday where she has been holed for over a month.

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    Zim urged to broaden minerals exploitation

    Zimbabwe has to broaden its mineral base from the current five to mitigate against high concentration risk, Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa has said.

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    Too late to revive Bulawayo textile industry

    THE move by the government to declare Bulawayo a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) for clothing and textiles is not going to help revive industry in that city because the sector […]

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    Zim working on plans to clear debts

    ZIMBABWE is working on the payment of arrears to three preferred creditors following the holding of meetings with executives from the institutions.

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    Businessman plans to expand into SA

    Former United States secretary of state Colin Powell once said that a dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.

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    New ideas can emerge from constrained times

    “There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.” — Victor Hugo (more…)

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    Welcome Tsvangirai to foreign hospitals club

    To my people,I hope I find you well. Of course you cannot be well because when you are poor and have no money, you cannot be well.

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    March, a foul Mugabe scheme

    President Robert Mugabe will on Wednesday gather his supporters in Harare, not to rally them to breathe life into an economy he has reduced to a laughing stock after 36 […]

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    All talk but no action on corruption

    The Zanu PF regime has been, for decades, almost to the point of irritating intoxication, telling us about the virtues of Zimbabwe’s friendship with China. By now, every school-going child […]

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    Bonds notes: A pedestrian’s perspective

    As I made my way to work on the morning of May 5 2016, I was alarmed by poster news headlines announcing plans by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) […]

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    Mugabe vs war vets — The danger of making leaders little gods

    President Robert Mugabe’s verbal slaughter of war veterans on Friday confirms the incurable contamination that bootlicking and power brings upon otherwise good leaders. (more…)

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