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President Robert Mugabe has discarded plans to retire and Zimbabwe will be stuck with him at least for 2015, Zanu PF insiders and analysts have said.
The great scientist Albert Einstein warned that problems cannot be solved while thinking at the level at which they are created.
It was all smiles for Zimbabwe race goers after Zimbabwean-bred horses finished second and third in the Zimbabwe National Army Handicap.
Zimbabwe has two options to turnaround the declining economy saddled by huge foreign debt — looking for foreign direct investment or domestic resource mobilisation.
ZIMBABWE will be aiming to become the first country on the continent to lift the prestigious Africa Golf Confederation Presidents Cup which tees off at Nkana Golf Club on Tuesday.
ECONOMISTS have said Zimbabwe’s expectations from the recently signed Zimbabwe-Russia deal worth US$3 billion are too high, warning that promises of thousands of jobs were too good to be true.
The bid to host the 2017 Afcon could turn out to be a pipe dream for Zimbabwe whose infrastructure does not meet important CAF requirements.
Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has said co-hosting the 2017 Afcon gives Zimbabwe a better chance to stage the biennial football tournament than trying to go it alone.
Hope of ever living the decent life they may have envisaged is fast running out for the bulk of Zimbabwean youth.