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  • JEFFERIES LIVING HIS DREAM

    EVERYTHING seems to be falling into place for motor racing driver Axcil Jefferies who continues to lift the Zimbabwean flag high at the global stage.

    Teammates Rick Breukers (left) and Axcil Jefferies (right) pose for a picture in front of a Lamborghini Huracán sports car recently
  • ‘Mugabe loose mouth killed Zim’

    Joice Mujuru yesterday said the Zanu PF government was now bankrupt of ideas to turn around the country, which she said has been isolated from the rest of the world […]

    President Robert Mugabe
  • Why AirZim received an EU ban

    The European Commission ban on Air Zimbabwe was precipitated by the failure by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) to follow up on progress made by the airline to […]

    Simba Chikore the chief operating officer at Air Zimbabwe
  • England-based prodigy gets Warriors call-up

    Teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu, who has recently been linked with a move to Premier League side Tottenham has been called up to the national side ahead of the 2019 Africa […]

    Kundai Benyu
  • ‘Gukurahundi could bring future upheaval’

    Controversial MDC lawmaker Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is at it again; this time warning of future social upheaval over the emotive Gukurahundi issue. Misihairabwi-Mushonga is also part of women politicians that are […]

    Priscilla Misihairabwi

International

Trump’s FBI comments to Russians were aimed at cooperation: McMaster

U.S. President Donald Trump raised the firing of his FBI director in a meeting with Russia’s foreign minister to explain why he had been unable to find areas of cooperation […]

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Business

Formal sector business on the decline

THE formal sector in Zimbabwe is shrinking rapidly compared to the informal sector due to high taxation laden with rules, regulations and red-tape, industry officials have said.

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Politics

No one owns command agriculture – Zanu PF

Policy Co-ordination minister, Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday said the context of command agriculture was part of the broad ZimAsset government policy and had not been extended to other sectors of […]

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  • Priscilla Misihairabwi
    ‘Gukurahundi could bring future upheaval’

    Controversial MDC lawmaker Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is at it again; this time warning of future social upheaval over the emotive Gukurahundi issue. Misihairabwi-Mushonga is also part of women politicians that are […]

  • Madzudzo Pawadyira
    Chitungwiza reinstates axed director

    The recently-appointed commission to run the affairs of Chitungwiza has reinstated axed director of urban planning services, Conrad Muchesa.

  • Mandy Mugowa
    Epworth: Where filth, crime are a way of life

    Residents of Epworth, a grossly underdeveloped dormitory of Harare situated on the eastern periphery of the capital, continue to live under shocking and deplorable conditions which expose them to diseases.

  • An unidentified official sleeps during President Robert Mugabe's uninspiring speech
    Tokwe Mukosi: Mugabe’s ‘dry’ speech

    Tokwe Mukosi – It was a case of waiting very long for very little to the thousands of villagers who travelled long distances from all the corners of Masvingo for […]

  • Patrick Zhuwao
    Corrupt Zanu PF officials loot $40m youth fund dry

    The Youth Development Fund has proved to be a monumental failure due to looting and fraud which came in the form of bogus projects. In the end, the economy is […]

  • Simba Chikore the chief operating officer at Air Zimbabwe
    Why AirZim received an EU ban

    The European Commission ban on Air Zimbabwe was precipitated by the failure by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) to follow up on progress made by the airline to […]

  • CZI president Busisa Moyo
    Formal sector business on the decline

    THE formal sector in Zimbabwe is shrinking rapidly compared to the informal sector due to high taxation laden with rules, regulations and red-tape, industry officials have said.

  • CEMENT LIME
    Furore as fake cement invades market

    Unscrupulous cement dealers have emerged in the construction industry threatening to unleash havoc that could ultimately destroy confidence and the very existence of many a player in the industry.

  • The brand Coca-cola communicates the soul of its existence which is happiness.
    Building a strong online brand culture

    My heart bleeds every time I see brands, both small and big, failing to understand the dynamics at play as they grapple with communicating their brand’s storyline, especially on social […]

  • It’s easier to afford property when you have been planning the purchase for a long time
    Property firms adjust to economic downturn

    Players in the property sector are developing packages to suit low-income earners as they chase the elusive dollar owing to the prevailing harsh economic environment.

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    Police attack on women insane

    Reports from Lupane yesterday said police ambushed and brutally attacked a team of MDC-T election campaigners led by the party’s vice president and former deputy prime minister Thokozani Khupe.

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    Zacras belated statement on World Press Freedom Day.

    The media should always strive to be proactive in problematising areas that are rarely questioned or considered as problem areas. When media plays its fourth estate role through provoking public […]

  • President R G Mugabe
    Mugabe must just go home and rest

    That at 93, President Robert Mugabe is too old to effectively run a country must be common cause. But there are, as always expected, other people who view this fact […]

  • NANGO-727239
    10 out of 17 Sustainable Development Goals: Why, How and What?

    In our last weekly edition we highlighted the 10 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that the Government through the Ministry of Macroeconomic Planning and Investment Promotion, has prioritized for implementation. The […]

  • Home Affairs minister Chombo
    Throwing spikes is violence, not law enforcement

    Motorists in Harare must find it quite refreshing to drive around without the usual spike-throwing menace on the roads. Since early last week, the lethal steel spikes have been conspicuous […]

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  • SOCCER
    Stix Mtizwa is a man on a mission

    “IT’S impossible to live without ambitions and I want to win the Division One championship this year, then win the Premier Soccer League next season before taking these youngsters to […]

  • Takanyi Garanganga
    Old Mutual-sponsored ITF events on the cards

    ZIMBABWE’S leading tennis players are set for a busy winter schedule with three Old Mutual-sponsored International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures tournaments lined-up for Harare Sports Club between June and July.

  • Stuart Duncan poses with his bronze medal with national rowing coach Rachel Davis in Italy recently
    Duncan eyes Junior Rowing Champs

    St George’s College student Stuart Duncan has set sights on qualifying for the 2017 Junior World Rowing championships set for Trakai, Lithuania 2017 World Rowing in September and October this […]

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