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  • From China with love: Silva prays for DeMbare

    WHEN struggling Dynamos fired Portuguese coach Paulo Jorge Silva about two and a half years ago, in a fit of rage he warned that the Harare giants would be playing […]

  • Govt working on new energy plan

    GOVERNMENT intends to adopt an energy mix-based tariff structure as opposed to the prevailing commodity-based tariff for mining companies to ensure production efficiency, Energy and Power Development minister Joram Gumbo […]

  • Fresh 2 cents tax headache for ED

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government violated the law by gazetting a legal instrument that put into force the 2 cents tax on electronic transactions as part of a cocktail of austerity […]

  • ZTA’s shocking gaffe

    The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) last week made a shocking announcement that controversial businessman Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure would be the new face of the Harare International Carnival (HIC) for the […]

  • Warriors upset DRC

    A 10-man Warriors side produced one of the biggest upsets in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nation qualifiers when they beat Africa’s third ranked team, the Democratic Republic of Congo […]

International

Congo’s opposition leaders warn of vote-rigging

“No one will divide us. We will not cheat, anyone who cheats will provoke a scandal,” he said.

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Business

Forex shortages hit Western Union

MONEY transfer firm Western Union says Zimbabwe’s ongoing foreign currency shortages are presenting some “unique challenges” amid growing reports that outlets in the country are disbursing only part of the […]

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Politics

War vets threaten Zanu PF bigwigs

War veterans yesterday petitioned the Zanu PF leadership demanding the removal of former Cabinet ministers from their full-time positions in the party, threatening to remove the bigwigs from their offices […]

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  • 2 cents tax row: Zanu PF digs in

    The economic meltdown triggered by monetary and fiscal reforms that were recently unveiled by the government exposed teething problems in the ruling party’s newly created structure led by former ministers, […]

  • Fresh 2 cents tax headache for ED

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government violated the law by gazetting a legal instrument that put into force the 2 cents tax on electronic transactions as part of a cocktail of austerity […]

  • Zanu official blames RBZ for crisis

    A senior Zanu PF official on Friday claimed that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) printed over $1 billion worth of bond notes instead of the $200 million that is […]

  • Bond notes disaster: Zimbabweans count costs after a week of madness

    Mary Muchenje bolted out of a pharmacy in Harare’s Avenues area, only to stop a few metres away scratching her head. Muchenje’s world had just crumbled after the pharmacists informed […]

  • Sect hit by cholera deaths

    Five people have died of cholera in Buhera in recent days bringing the number of Zimbabweans that have succumbed to the water-borne disease to 54 since the latest outbreak began […]

  • Forex shortages hit Western Union

    MONEY transfer firm Western Union says Zimbabwe’s ongoing foreign currency shortages are presenting some “unique challenges” amid growing reports that outlets in the country are disbursing only part of the […]

  • Govt working on new energy plan

    GOVERNMENT intends to adopt an energy mix-based tariff structure as opposed to the prevailing commodity-based tariff for mining companies to ensure production efficiency, Energy and Power Development minister Joram Gumbo […]

  • Fresh 2 cents tax headache for ED

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government violated the law by gazetting a legal instrument that put into force the 2 cents tax on electronic transactions as part of a cocktail of austerity […]



  • This is not what ED promised

    In the run-up to the July 30 elections, President Emmerson Mnangagwa was saying all the things Zimbabweans wanted to hear.

  • We need good journalism at public media

    It was indeed refreshing to hear the new chefs at the information ministry calling for improved quality of journalism at public media institutions.

  • Going big on a wrong idea

    Overall, the policy runs contrary to the mantra that “we are open for business”

  • Ncube needs to cushion the poor

    Finance minister Mthuli Ncube stuck to his guns on Friday after his proposed tax on electronic transactions was received with indignation by already overtaxed Zimbabweans and insisted that taxpayers were […]

  • Graft remains our national sickness

    The aftermath of one of Zimbabwe’s most remarkable harmonised elections in recent history has been marked by a heightened sense of national anxiety. (more…)

Recent Posts

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    UNITED States-based former Warriors forward Patrick Daka may not have featured for any global football giants during his playing career, but a fortnight ago he had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to […]

  • Arts boss hits back at critics

    It has been over two months since veteran arts administrator Nicholas Moyo was elevated to the apex of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) as its director and the […]

  • War vets threaten Zanu PF bigwigs

    War veterans yesterday petitioned the Zanu PF leadership demanding the removal of former Cabinet ministers from their full-time positions in the party, threatening to remove the bigwigs from their offices […]


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