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  • Mucherahowa blasts DeMbare

    United Kingdom-based former Dynamos captain Memory Mucherahowa has made a scathing attack on the club for its current player-buying spree which he says is a consequence of the death of […]

  • Zim’s complex situation requires political will

    People continue to die from curable disease in Zimbabwe as the health sector remains paralysed while the country is going through what has been described by the United Nations as […]

  • Businesses defy minister on new tax regime

    Some businesses are defying Treasury’s directive to review downwards the 15% Value Added Tax (VAT) to 14,5% levied on certain goods to stimulate aggregate demand.

  • Zim ready for Sri Lanka

    Newly-appointed Zimbabwe Test skipper Sean Williams has challenged his charges to produce a fighting display full of passion and discipline as he seeks a positive start to his reign as […]

  • Natasha Muz eyes international market

    Reigning queen of Zim hip-hop Natasha “Muz” Muromba (pictured) says her fans should this year expect a more transformed artiste focused on expanding her trademark.

International

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

Businesses defy minister on new tax regime

Some businesses are defying Treasury’s directive to review downwards the 15% Value Added Tax (VAT) to 14,5% levied on certain goods to stimulate aggregate demand.

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Politics

Why Zanu PF fears an uprising against Mnangagwa govt

Zimbabwe’s economic meltdown constitutes the biggest threat to Zanu PF’s continued hold on power, the ruling party has admitted.

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  • Malnutrition cases rise as drought, economic deterioration hits Zimbabwe

     By Farai Mutsaka Harare, Zimbabwe – At 2 months-old, Max would normally be reliant on breast milk only. Yet it has been weeks since he last breast fed and is compelled […]

  • A clean Harare is possible

    Sometime this week, various publications reported on the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) between City of Harare and Clean City, a subsidiary of Cassava Smartech.

  • Does 1Gig of data cost US$75 in Zimbabwe?

    A report by the BBC claims Zimbabweans pay US$75 for a gigabyte of data Claim: Zimbabwe data prices are US$75 per Gigabyte, the most expensive internet prices in the world. 

  • Byo barber in court for aggravated indecent assault

    A 24-YEAR-OLD barber from Gwabalanda appeared in court last week facing charges of indecently assaulting his employer’s 16-year-old daughter.

  • Chief Ndiweni unites MDC

    THE MDC Matabeleland North and Bulawayo provincial structures have “temporarily” buried their differences to support the under-fire Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni with a solidarity rally planned for next month.

  • Machete gangs leave one dead, several injured in ore heist

    “Mining in Zimbabwe is no longer safe for women,” says Sanelisiwe Maseko, a single mother of two whose mine in Colleen Bawn was recently invaded by machete-wielding men in a […]

  • Zimcodd bemoans inequality in Zim

    THE Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd) has bemoaned the lack of will by politicians to improve the standard of living for ordinary citizens resulting in the growing disparity […]

  • Banks face bleak future

    ZIMBABWE’s banks may face hurdles in meeting new minimum capital thresholds by year end, analysts have warned. In a show of lack of confidence in the local currency, the Monetary […]



  • Zim’s complex situation requires political will

    People continue to die from curable disease in Zimbabwe as the health sector remains paralysed while the country is going through what has been described by the United Nations as […]

  • Will Zimbabweans ever be ready for changes?

    Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all Zimbabweans on this, our stolen Christmas Day! The desolate mood, empty fridges and forlorn faces in a festive season every Zimbabwean […]

  • The height of intolerance

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s decision to remove chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni did not come as a surprise to many that have been following the traditional leader’s fight with the government unfold.

  • 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.

Recent Posts

  • Malnutrition cases rise as drought, economic deterioration hits Zimbabwe

     By Farai Mutsaka Harare, Zimbabwe – At 2 months-old, Max would normally be reliant on breast milk only. Yet it has been weeks since he last breast fed and is compelled […]

  • A clean Harare is possible

    Sometime this week, various publications reported on the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) between City of Harare and Clean City, a subsidiary of Cassava Smartech.

  • Mucherahowa blasts DeMbare

    United Kingdom-based former Dynamos captain Memory Mucherahowa has made a scathing attack on the club for its current player-buying spree which he says is a consequence of the death of […]


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