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    Cdes whether we like it or not, whether we pray or not the sun will rise and fall. “Zimbabwe is a diverse but unitary state. Those who dream of a […]

  • BNC lobbies RBZ to up forex retention threshold

    Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) says the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe must allow mining companies to retain at least 80% of their export earnings in foreign currency as they spend a […]

  • Nasty C jets in today

    South African popular rapper Nasty C will fly into the country this evening for a four-day pre-hype visit for a benefit concert under his Ivyson Tour slated for Harare next […]

  • Nakamba reveals secret to EPL success

    PEP Guardiola regards the English Premiership as the toughest league in the world. The Manchester City boss has had an illustrious career, winning multiple league titles in Spain, Germany and […]

  • 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 […]


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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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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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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  • Live updates: Zanu PF Conference

    Cdes whether we like it or not, whether we pray or not the sun will rise and fall. “Zimbabwe is a diverse but unitary state. Those who dream of a […]

  • Activists pile pressure over Gukurahundi

    A BULAWAYO-based pressure group Ibhetshu LikaZulu has called on the government to go a step further in addressing the Gukurahundi issue and account for victims that were abducted and never […]

  • How ‘conman’ used MPs

    A PARLIAMENTARY privileges committee set up to investigate allegations that Norton MP, Temba Mliswa and three other legislators, solicited for a $400 000 bribe from a businessman has revealed how […]

  • Drying Vic Falls sparks concern

    VICTORIA FALLS — For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascade down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and […]

  • Mnangagwa threatens to ‘deal’ with doctors

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday threatened to “deal” with striking doctors, claiming they were being paid by unknown organisations to continue with their job boycott.

  • Cotton giant bemoans export licence delays

    A leading cotton producer has bemoaned delays in the issuance of export licenses, saying it was in danger of being slapped with penalties and cancellation of orders by foreign buyers.

  • Pension funds battle for survival

    PENSION funds have turned into investments in property and equities to stay afloat, the Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) pension industry report for the 2019 third quarter has revealed.

  • RBZ urges IMF to ignore economic crisis

    business reporter The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has asked the International Monetary Fund to overlook the country’s shortcomings in achieving fiscal targets and allow a programme to help restore the […]

  • 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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