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  • Maimane: Why Sadc needs to act on Zimbabwe

    Prominent South African opposition leader Mmusi Maimane has emerged as one of the strongest supporters of the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter movement, which seeks to draw the world’s attention to alleged state sponsored […]

  • Chiwenga’s shock move: Details emerge

    By Everson Mushava VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga opted to take over the Health and Child Care portfolio following differences with President Emmerson Mnangagwa over the sacked Obadiah Moyo’s successor, it has […]

  • Chamisa: We are under siege

    BY MOSES MATENGA MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa (pictured right) says the government is trying to provoke opposition and civic society leaders into engaging in violence by pushing them into […]

  • Prince Dube France-bound

    BY FORTUNE MBELE WARRIORS and Highlanders striker Prince Dube (pictured right) could become the latest Zimbabwe football international to make a breakthrough move to France after attracting the attention of […]

  • NetOne crisis deepens

    BY FIDELITY MHLANGA Troubled state-owned mobile phone operator NetOne has been beset by a myriad of problems that include network failure and a shortage of airtime recharge cards, which are […]

International

Southern Africa: Identity, behaviour change communication and Covid-19

Most of us are by now aware of the basic facts about the Covid-19 pandemic and its bewildering socio-cultural and economic impact across the world. (more…)

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Business

NetOne crisis deepens

BY FIDELITY MHLANGA Troubled state-owned mobile phone operator NetOne has been beset by a myriad of problems that include network failure and a shortage of airtime recharge cards, which are […]

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Politics

Khupe gets millions from govt purse

The government on Friday gave MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe $7,4 million, insisting that she is the legitimate leader of the main opposition in Parliament despite ongoing court disputes about her […]

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  • Chiwenga’s shock move: Details emerge

    By Everson Mushava VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga opted to take over the Health and Child Care portfolio following differences with President Emmerson Mnangagwa over the sacked Obadiah Moyo’s successor, it has […]

  • Chamisa: We are under siege

    BY MOSES MATENGA MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa (pictured right) says the government is trying to provoke opposition and civic society leaders into engaging in violence by pushing them into […]

  • Lawyer fears for Chin’ono’s life

    BY NUNURAI JENA INCARCERATED journalist Hopewell Chin’ono’s lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa has said they fear he could be poisoned in jail as authorities put restrictions on delivery of food from outside. […]

  • South Africa ‘sham’ envoys queried

    BY MOSES MATENGA Prominent South African opposition leader Mmusi Maimane believes President Cyril Ramamphosa’s special envoys appointed to find ways of solving political problems in Zimbabwe are too compromised to […]

  • Activist hounded over ED song

    By Everson Mushava Godfrey Kurauone, an MDC Alliance councillor in Masvingo, is languishing at Masvingo Remand Prison awaiting trial and his alleged crime is singing a derogatory song. (more…)

  • SeedCo records $120.4 m loss due to drought

    BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA SeedCo Limited posted a loss of $120,38 million in the financial year ended March 31, 2020 due to the combined effects of below average rainfall and the […]

  • Ingwebu Breweries turns the corner

    BY MTHANDAZO NYONI INGWEBU Breweries has returned to profitability following successive years of loss-making and is targeting to achieve revenue of US$24 million this year, the company’s MD Dumisani Mhlanga […]

  • NetOne crisis deepens

    BY FIDELITY MHLANGA Troubled state-owned mobile phone operator NetOne has been beset by a myriad of problems that include network failure and a shortage of airtime recharge cards, which are […]



  • It is time for Mthuli Ncube to go

    Finance minister of Zimbabwe, Mthuli Ncube, PhD (Cantab), has become the poster child of everything that is wrong with the management of affairs in Zimbabwe. He must go. Then and […]

  • Demystifying the Cyber Bill

    This past week I was among those that were observing the Zimbabwean parliamentary public hearings on the Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill, gazetted on May 15 2020. These public […]

  • Time to align laws to constitution, not to make amendments

    Heal Zimbabwe welcomes the report by the Portfolio Committee on justice, legal and parliamentary affairs on the recent public hearings on the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No 2 Bill. Before […]

  • Caution needed in re-opening schools

    The lockdown to control the spread of the novel coronavirus has disrupted Zimbabwe’s education system to an extent that it may take years to recover. (more…)

  • Cyber Bill requires wholesale changes

    The Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill gazetted by the Zimbabwean government in May 2020 makes very difficult reading and is all over the place. Most provisions in the Bill […]

Recent Posts

  • Breaking down barriers: Women’s football in Morocco

    By Dylan Mahomed RABAT – Many people around the world would not expect football to be popular among women in conservative Morocco, but it is, in fact, a fast-growing phenomenon. […]

  • Maimane: Why Sadc needs to act on Zimbabwe

    Prominent South African opposition leader Mmusi Maimane has emerged as one of the strongest supporters of the #ZimbabweanLivesMatter movement, which seeks to draw the world’s attention to alleged state sponsored […]

  • Chiwenga’s shock move: Details emerge

    By Everson Mushava VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga opted to take over the Health and Child Care portfolio following differences with President Emmerson Mnangagwa over the sacked Obadiah Moyo’s successor, it has […]


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