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  • Parly weighs in on currency crisis

    Parliament says government must engage all stakeholders to come up with an appropriate currency regime as the current one is failing.

  • Army offloads stake in $4bn project

    Zimbabwe’s military has disposed of its stake in a $4 billion platinum joint venture with Russian investors, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, has said.

  • Knives out for Jah Prayzah

    Zimbabwean women on Friday came out guns blazing following the release of Jah Prayzah’s track titled Fambai Nebhora, a dedication to the senior national soccer team, which they feel is […]

  • Lunga basks in glory after Salah shift

    THE Zimbabwe Warriors might have begun their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) campaign with a defeat against tournaments hosts Egypt on Friday night, but it was a memorable night […]

  • Bloodbath in Zanu PF over forex ‘cartels’

    Factional wars dogging Zanu PF have escalated, with the youth league declaring a war against party bigwigs who are allegedly involved in the illegal foreign currency trade.

International

Factbox: How will Britain’s Conservative Party choose May’s successor?

Britain’s ruling Conservative Party will decide the country’s next prime minister in late July – a contest that will bring in a new leader who could pursue a cleaner break […]

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Business

Positive response to interbank forex market

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says the interbank market has, as at June 13, handled about US$154,7 million, with voluntary sales contributing the largest amount.

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Politics

Mugabe to blame for crisis: Zanu PF

Zanu PF’s new commissar Victor Matemadanda has dismissed claims that his recent appointment was meant to address growing concerns about the re-emergence of factionalism in the party.

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  • Retirement benefit: Pensioner’s agony

    Karemba Napi (91) is one of the senior inmates at Ida Wako Old People’s Home is Marondera, whose friendly smile charms all those who visit the institution.

  • Masendeke detective wants top job

    A former top police officer says he deserves to be appointed among the new commissioners for the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) because he was behind the arrest of notorious criminals […]

  • Obedingwa Mguni buried

    MDC MPs yesterday outnumbered their Zanu PF colleagues at the burial of the ruling party’s deputy chief whip Obedingwa Mguni in Macingwa Village, Mangwe, in Bulilima District.

  • Byo power station saga rages

    The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) has insisted that it plans to go ahead with the demolition of two cooling towers at the Bulawayo Power Station in spite of strong […]

  • World body condemns abuse of unionists

    The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has accused Zimbabwe of violating the rights of workers following a brutal army crackdown that followed the January protests against a steep increase in the […]

  • Court rejects Vedanta bid

    A Lusaka court on Thursday ruled Vedanta Resources could not be included in proceedings to wind up its Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) business in Zambia.

  • ZSE’s upward trend continues

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continued trekking upwards during the week ended June 21 2019 spurred by the announcement that Zimbabwe’s year- on-year inflation rate for the month of May […]

  • Red flag raised over tobacco industry

    DEFORESTATION in the country’s tobacco-producing areas continues at alarming levels, with little being done at farmer level to address the problem, the Zimbabwe Tobacco Association (ZTA) has said.



Recent Posts

  • SA’s waste pickers reclaim streets

    In the shadows of the high-rise offices in Johannesburg’s wealthy Sandton district, Thembekile Mokoena concealed her recycling bag bulging with paper, plastic and tins under a tree.

  • Plumtree poet’s lamentation

    PLUMTREE poet Thabo Nkomo has lamented lack of appreciation of various art works on home soil while expressing gratitude to the South Africans for recognising his works.

  • ZSE’s upward trend continues

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continued trekking upwards during the week ended June 21 2019 spurred by the announcement that Zimbabwe’s year- on-year inflation rate for the month of May […]


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