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  • Zimbabwe post July 30: What next?

    Based on the outcomes of past electoral disputes in Zimbabwe, it is unlikely that the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) will overturn the results of the 2018 election. That said, President-elect Emmerson […]

  • Fear grips Mutoko as violence returns

    It is a silent, sunny afternoon in Chihwayi village, located on an expansive swampy terrain that is surrounded by mountains, more than 20km from Mutoko business centre. Amid the scattered […]

  • Sables in great escape

    The Sables delivered their finest performance when it mattered most to avoid relegation from the Rugby Africa Gold Cup following a dominant 38-18 victory against hosts Uganda at the Kyadondo […]

  • Chamisa tables ‘rigging evidence’

    MDC Alliance presidential election candidate Nelson Chamisa has tabled “more evidence” he says will be enough to overturn President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election victory ahead of a potentially bruising court case […]

  • Tytan, Olinda marriage on the rocks

    Easy come easy go is the bitter lesson that United Kingdom-based businesswoman Olinda Chapel could be learning right now after her musician husband Njabulo Nkomo aka Tytan’s wooing escapades with […]

International

Former UN chief Kofi Annan dies

ACCRA/GENEVA — Former United Nations secretary-general and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan died yesterday at the age of 80, his foundation said, after decades of championing efforts to try […]

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Business

Poll dispute pushes up forex rates

Economists expect real-time gross settlement (RTGS) and EcoCash transfers to initially gain against the United States dollar for a while once the dispute over election results is finalised, before slumping […]

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Politics

Why Chamisa beat ED in his own backyard

After President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared winner of the July 30 elections, many expected Kwekwe to erupt into wild celebrations.

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  • Zimbabwe post July 30: What next?

    Based on the outcomes of past electoral disputes in Zimbabwe, it is unlikely that the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) will overturn the results of the 2018 election. That said, President-elect Emmerson […]

  • Fear grips Mutoko as violence returns

    It is a silent, sunny afternoon in Chihwayi village, located on an expansive swampy terrain that is surrounded by mountains, more than 20km from Mutoko business centre. Amid the scattered […]

  • Manyika: Why I am backing Chamisa

    United States-based opposition leader Noah Manyika is one of only two opposition leaders that are backing MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa’s legal challenge against President Emmerson Mnanagawa’s controversial election […]

  • Cross sings Chamisa’s praises

    Former MDC-T policy advisor Eddie Cross recently resigned from active leadership positions in the Nelson Chamisa-led opposition party amid claims the veteran politician was turning his back on politics.

  • Harare backtracks on demolitions

    Harare City Council has backtracked on its plans to demolish illegal structures in the capital and is now exploring a legal route to a address the problem, an official said […]

  • Poll dispute pushes up forex rates

    Economists expect real-time gross settlement (RTGS) and EcoCash transfers to initially gain against the United States dollar for a while once the dispute over election results is finalised, before slumping […]

  • Red flag over govt spending

    Business leaders have expressed doubts that government’s fiscal indiscipline will end any time soon, warning the persistent build-up in the imbalances will dampen Zimbabwe’s economic prospects over the medium term.

  • Moti Group, ZMM deal to boost chrome output

    Chrome output by small-scale producers is projected to hit one million tonnes, a triple jump from 200 000 tonnes at present, under a funding deal with South Africa’s Moti Group, […]



  • Act against impunity now

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s refusal to acknowledge that soldiers who killed seven civilians in cold blood on August 1 overstepped the boundaries raises serious questions about his commitment to end impunity […]

  • Halt army crackdown

    After holding largely peaceful elections on July 30, Zimbabwe is sliding back to anarchy amid credible reports of security forces launching a crackdown against opposition leaders and their supporters countrywide.

  • Hardships pfee! Suffer continue

    I am very much aware of the fact that most of you, like me, are very disappointed with the election outcome.

  • ED’s lame excuses show dearth of leadership

    The death of at least six people who were shot and killed in cold blood by Zimbabwe’s military forces on the streets of Harare last Wednesday was the biggest blight […]

  • The day has finally come!

    My People, The day has finally come for millions of Zimbabweans to exercise their democratic right to elect their own leaders.

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  • Zimbabwe post July 30: What next?

    Based on the outcomes of past electoral disputes in Zimbabwe, it is unlikely that the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) will overturn the results of the 2018 election. That said, President-elect Emmerson […]

  • Why schools require pupils to play sports during examinations

    SOME pupils, and even parents, come out with the line that they are very sorry, but their child cannot take part in a school sports fixture or even practice because […]

  • Fear grips Mutoko as violence returns

    It is a silent, sunny afternoon in Chihwayi village, located on an expansive swampy terrain that is surrounded by mountains, more than 20km from Mutoko business centre. Amid the scattered […]


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