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Where does Syrian oil flow?

United States President Donald Trump approved the conducting of an expanded military mission to ensure the safety of oil fields in eastern Syria.

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Business

EcoCash set for 24 hour shutdown

EcoCash on Tuesday announced a major upgrade of its platform scheduled for the weekend, which will result in a 24-hour downtime of all EcoCash services.

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Politics

Mamombe bemoans violent politics

Harare West MP Joanah Mamombe says Zimbabwe’s politics is very violent in nature with women and the opposition being the biggest victims.

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  • Potraz warning over internet abuse

    The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has urged young people to use the internet to their advantage and avoid using it to distribute harmful material.

  • Chief Ndiweni suspended

    OUTSPOKEN Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni was yesterday “suspended” by the Matabeleland North traditional leaders’ provincial assembly on grounds that his chieftainship is being contested.

  • Ex-minister pens book on Gukurahundi, Mugabe ouster

    GUKURAHUNDI could have been avoided if the late vice-president Joshua Nkomo had accepted the post of ceremonial president at independence, former War Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has said.

  • Chamisa set for ‘major address’

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa will on Wednesday make an address to the nation from Harare’s Africa Unity Square in what could be a test to police, who are being accused […]

  • Minister caught in messy scandal

    By Everson Mushava INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Sekai Nzenza has been accused of failing to pay back US$8 000 she allegedly took from the corruption-ridden National Social Security Authority (NSSA) […]

  • Zimbabwe steps up battery storage

    BULAWAYO — As a worsening drought slashes the country’s hydropower production, creating lengthy power cuts, Zimbabwe’s industries are beginning to turn to solar panels and battery storage systems to keep […]

  • Ncube’s budget gets thumbs down

    Zimbabwe’s month-on-month inflation rate quickened to 38,75% in October from 17,7% the previous month as analysts warned that Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s 2020 budget will be rendered useless by soaring […]

  • Ipec to tighten rules for insurers

    THE insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) says it is reviewing licensing mechanisms for local insurers to ensure that they comply with international anti-money laundering regulations after Zimbabwe was placed on […]



  • Purging doctors won’t end crisis

    The government’s decision to fire 211 doctors last week reinforced the narrative that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration does not have any solution to the unfolding crisis in the health sector.

  • Safety, quality, competitiveness and all things in public good

    Zimbabwean consumers are increasingly becoming more proactive in asserting their rights and demanding quality products, Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) director general Eve Gadzikwa has said.

  • Only genuine reforms will bring change

    Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo’s strong rebuke of United States ambassador to Harare Brian Nichols last week was yet another indication that Zimbabwe’s re-engagement efforts are not going according to […]

  • Magombeyi case: Acid test for police

    The government’s reaction to the alleged abduction of a doctor who criticised the working conditions for health workers at public hospitals raises questions about the integrity of police investigations into […]

  • Doctors strike calls for urgent attention

    The death of Robert Mugabe has taken the nation’s focus away from very pressing issues, among them the strike by doctors at public hospitals.

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    The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has urged young people to use the internet to their advantage and avoid using it to distribute harmful material.

  • Two years after the coup

    For all the shortcomings of his two-year-old administration, Emmerson Mnangagwa might have been excused by many Zimbabweans and might have been glorified as a hero, had he performed a Houdini […]


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