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  • Army gives 5 000 people ultimatum to leave homes

    A humanitarian crisis is looming along the Zimbabwe-Mozambican border after the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) reportedly displaced over a thousand families from the Zamuchiya border buffer zone as civil war […]

    Army commander Constantino Guvheya Chiwenga
  • Mugabe lied, says aide

    President Robert Mugabe lied about the alleged theft of diamonds worth $15 billion from Chiadzwa mines to justify the forced merger of mining companies, a shadowy state media columnist claimed […]

    President Robert Mugabe addresses Zanu PF supporters who thronged Harare International Airport yesterday to welcome him home. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
  • Zim data costs nightmare

    The introduction of a five cents levy on mobile data and plans to introduce a separate tariff on over-the-top (OTT) voice calling is set to make Zimbabwe one of the […]

    ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira
  • Data charges fiasco: Econet, Mandiwanzira in ugly brawl

    Days after reversing extortionist government-approved mobile data charges by Econet Wireless, Information Communication Technology and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira is yet to know peace.

    Econet Wireless chief executive officer Douglas Mboweni
  • Mai Titi unmasked

    Zimbabwe’s vibrant comedy circuit has witnessed the spectacular rise to fame of a new female voice in the form of Fellistas “Mai Titi” Maruta.

    Mai Titi

International

How Gambia is testing West Africa’s resolve to protect democracy

The Gambia is an opportunity to reinforce election quality norms for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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Business

Cash crisis eases due to bond notes, low demand

The cash crisis in Zimbabwe appears to have eased with queues disappearing at most banks while some supermarkets are offering cash-backs even without being asked.

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Politics

I will forgive Mugabe: Mujuru

Former vice-president Joice Mujuru says she is willing to forgive President Robert Mugabe for alleged human rights violation for the sake of peace in Zimbabwe if she wins the 2018 […]

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  • Army commander Constantino Guvheya Chiwenga
    Army gives 5 000 people ultimatum to leave homes

    A humanitarian crisis is looming along the Zimbabwe-Mozambican border after the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) reportedly displaced over a thousand families from the Zamuchiya border buffer zone as civil war […]

  • President Robert Mugabe addresses Zanu PF supporters who thronged Harare International Airport yesterday to welcome him home. Picture: Aaron Ufumeli
    Mugabe lied, says aide

    President Robert Mugabe lied about the alleged theft of diamonds worth $15 billion from Chiadzwa mines to justify the forced merger of mining companies, a shadowy state media columnist claimed […]

  • Econet Wireless chief executive officer Douglas Mboweni
    Data charges fiasco: Econet, Mandiwanzira in ugly brawl

    Days after reversing extortionist government-approved mobile data charges by Econet Wireless, Information Communication Technology and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira is yet to know peace.

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    ‘Bigwig’ threatens Beitbridge citrus giant

    The future of one of Beitbridge’s leading citrus producers, Benfer Estate, hangs in the balance after invaders ignored a court order to vacate the farm claiming that a powerful minister […]

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    Harare mayor shoots from the hip

    As if the typhoid outbreak that has killed two people in the capital and left hundreds sick was not enough, Manyenyeni has spent the first weeks of 2017 parrying accusations […]

  • ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    Zim data costs nightmare

    The introduction of a five cents levy on mobile data and plans to introduce a separate tariff on over-the-top (OTT) voice calling is set to make Zimbabwe one of the […]

  • CZI president Busisa Moyo
    Industry cries foul over production costs

    PRODUCTION costs, especially electricity still remain high despite government interventions to support the manufacturing sector, making Zimbabwe uncompetitive compared to regional peers.

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    Cash crisis eases due to bond notes, low demand

    The cash crisis in Zimbabwe appears to have eased with queues disappearing at most banks while some supermarkets are offering cash-backs even without being asked.

  • Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive officer Alban Chirume
    2016: mixed fortunes for stocks

    Who would have thought that the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) would record a daily turnover of a paltry $105 in 2016? Perhaps those with supernatural powers but certainly not our […]

  • SMEs must find ways to deliver the same quantity and quality of goods and services at lower costs
    Local SMEs poised for growth

    Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are set to grow this year due to legislation restricting imports and the advancement of technology, experts have said.

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    Standard cartoon December 11 2016
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    Zanu PF hijacks Miss Tourism Zim

    Zanu PF bigwigs on Friday hijacked and politicised the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe (MTZ) pageant that was held at the Harare International Conference Centre.

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    Chiyangwa has to be stopped

    Around this time last year, we warned that putting Phillip Chiyangwa at the helm of Zimbabwean football would spell doom for the local game and the flamboyant businessman has so […]

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    Clean up your mess, Zuma tells Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday came face-to-face with reality after visiting South African President Jacob Zuma demanded more clarity on the country’s investment policy.

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    Mugabe nails corrupt ministers

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe said he will not defend senior government and Zanu PF officials implicated in corrupt deals or abuse of public funds,

  • ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    Suspended data charges exposed clueless govt

    President Robert Mugabe’s government has a penchant for going for the lowest hanging fruit by raising taxes each time its revenues dip due to the poor management of the economy.

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    Typhoid outbreaks a Mugabe legacy

    The raging typhoid outbreak in some of Zimbabwe’s cities and towns is yet another indication of the decay of the economy and infrastructure under President Robert Mugabe’s watch since independence […]

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    Mushohwe’s pledge a Damascene moment

    Information minister Christopher Mushohwe has given contrasting signals to the media since his appointment a year ago. He initially showed zeal to engage before issuing all sorts of threats against […]

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    When rural folk embrace mobile money big time

    I spent the past three weeks with my rural folk, far from Harare’s madding crowd — out in Masvingo’s drought-prone Bikita district; a place considered peripheral, remote, backward and primitive […]

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    Why Zanu PF will not curb corruption

    Zanu PF’s costly annual talk show ended in Masvingo last night with revelations that the party was $16 million in the red, a true reflection of the former liberation movement’s […]

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    The Gambia is an opportunity to reinforce election quality norms for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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    Human rights and civic organisations have raised a red flag over alleged rigging in the upcoming Bikita West by-election following claims by villagers that Zanu PF was only giving food […]

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    Mugabe succession shocker

    One of President Robert Mugabe’s top aides yesterday suggested the veteran ruler was not bothered by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s controversial New Year Eve gathering in Zvishavane and that those trying […]

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