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  • Mangudya under fire over currency

    The collapse of the Zimbabwe dollar and government’s denial that the country is dollarising will precipitate a collapse of the economy, a local securities firm has warned.

  • Coronavirus in Zim? No, viral social media message is false

    A message that has gone viral on social media claims Zimbabwe now has 118 confirmed coronavirus cases.

  • Alarm as Mnangagwa cracks the whip

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has come under fire from the opposition and human rights activists following a wave of arrests of people who allegedly took part in protests last week.

  • Malawian singer rubbishes Roki affair claims

    Malawian Afro-pop musician Sheilla Mkhumba, popularly known as Malaikah in music circles, says the scenes in her latest music video titled Be With You where she shares intimate moments with […]

  • ‘Zim’s economy most vulnerable in the region’

    ZIMBABWE’S economy is vulnerable, with its growth trends now 2% below the average of sub-Saharan Africa’s economic expansion, partly due to exchange rate misalignment, volatile weather patterns, and unsustainable fiscal […]

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

Mangudya under fire over currency

The collapse of the Zimbabwe dollar and government’s denial that the country is dollarising will precipitate a collapse of the economy, a local securities firm has warned.

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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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  • Industry seeks clarity on SEZs

    The government has been accused of backtracking on its policy giving incentives to non-exporters and has not allowed licence holders to sell in foreign currency, contrary to what it had […]

  • StanChart hikes service charges

    STANDARD Chartered Bank Zimbabwe (StanChart) has increased automated teller machines (ATMs) charges to $40 from $2 as rising inflation begins to take its toll on financial institutions.

  • Mangudya under fire over currency

    The collapse of the Zimbabwe dollar and government’s denial that the country is dollarising will precipitate a collapse of the economy, a local securities firm has warned.



  • 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.

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