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  • More Samba delight for Zim

    WORLD Player of the Year and Balon d’Or recipient in 1999, Rivaldo is expected to accompany fellow Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho when he comes to Zimbabwe next month as part of […]

  • VP’s ‘poison’ saga in dramatic twist

    President Robert Mugabe has been briefed that senior Zanu PF officials in Masvingo are telling their supporters that Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa fell ill after eating ice-cream from the first family’s […]

  • Cloud hangs over Harare Carnival

    A cloud of uncertainty hovers over the hosting of the Harare International Carnival as the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and anchor sponsor Bigtime Strategic Group are yet to ink a […]

  • Zimbabwe in exports poser

    ZIMBABWE’S heavy reliance on few commodities for balance of payment support is dangerous for the economy as the exports can easily succumb to international price slumps, analysts have warned.

  • CAPS seek Platinum double

    ARE champions CAPS United back to their best after their morale boosting midweek victory over title challengers FC Platinum, or are reigning Chibuku Super Cup champions Ngezi Platinum Stars genuine […]

International

South Africa to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity: government source

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa is planning to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe, allowing her to return to Harare and avoid prosecution for the alleged assault […]

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Business

Zim microfinanciers accept livestock as collateral

Some microfinance institutions are now accepting livestock as collateral to help rural-based and young entrepreneurs access project financing, Standardbusiness has learnt.

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Politics

Zanu PF bigwigs in tribal storm

Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Ben Mahofa’s death has laid bare deepening divisions in Zanu PF that are said to have a taken a dangerous tribal dimension.

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  • Why I owe my life to a ‘rapist’: Judith Todd

    Former Rhodesian prime minister, Sir Garfield Todd’s daughter, Judith, says opposition leader Retired General Agrippa Mutambara saved her life by allegedly raping instead of killing her at the height of […]

  • VP’s ‘poison’ saga in dramatic twist

    President Robert Mugabe has been briefed that senior Zanu PF officials in Masvingo are telling their supporters that Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa fell ill after eating ice-cream from the first family’s […]

  • Chaos as Zim bans SA, British flights

    HUNDREDS of people were yesterday stranded after South Africa’s decision to ban Air Zimbabwe flights due to non-payment of permit fees invited a retaliation by Harare, which ground planes operated […]

  • Matemadanda freed on bail

    Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association secretary general Victor Matemadanda was yesterday freed on $200 bail after spending three nights in custody for allegedly insulting President Robert Mugabe.

  • Male sex worker bares soul

    Epworth may have been the source of some of the most bizarre stories to come out of Zimbabwe, but the tale of Booster, a self-proclaimed male prostitute, takes the prize.

  • Zimbabwe in exports poser

    ZIMBABWE’S heavy reliance on few commodities for balance of payment support is dangerous for the economy as the exports can easily succumb to international price slumps, analysts have warned.

  • Zim microfinanciers accept livestock as collateral

    Some microfinance institutions are now accepting livestock as collateral to help rural-based and young entrepreneurs access project financing, Standardbusiness has learnt.

  • Payment delays trickery by big corporates

    Recently, we have observed that a client we have collected and disposed aluminum industrial waste for, is now using another waste disposal company. We have had a healthy and mutually […]



  • Who funds Mugabes’ lavish lifestyles?

    First lady Grace Mugabe’s shameful behaviour in South Africa where she allegedly assaulted a model she found in a hotel room with her wayward sons, inadvertently helped bring back to […]

  • Kenyan polls have lessons for Zim

    Zimbabwe has a lot to learn from the just-ended Kenyan general elections as the country prepares for its own keenly-awaited polls next year.

  • Why Zanu PF cannot be trusted

    Zanu PF last week demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt that it cannot be trusted with unfettered control of the legislature when it railroaded the disputed Constitutional Amendment Bill (Number 1) through […]

  • Mugabe’s violence call despicable

    President Robert Mugabe’s statements encouraging Zanu PF youths to take the law into their own hands in dealing with members of the ruling party that go around perpetrating violence in […]

  • Chombo has let the cat out of the bag

    Evidence is mounting to back fears that Zimbabwe could be headed for another disputed election as the ruling party looks determined to win at all costs, including playing dirty.

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