Top Menu



  • DeMbare ‘dump’ ailing Shaya

    TEARS welled up in Agnes Shaya’s eyes, wife to Dynamos legend and five-time Soccer Star of the Year George Shaya, struggling to prevent them from trickling down her cheeks, but […]

    George Shaya
  • Mujuru urges youths to vote

    National People’s Party president Joice Mujuru yesterday said negotiations for the formation of the post coalition government have already begun after she signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with MDC-T […]

    Joice Mujuru
  • Banks fret over livestock

    Zimbabwean banks are negotiating with the Finance ministry over a Bill that proposes the use of livestock as collateral for loans.

    Depositors wait to withdraw money from an ATM at  CBZ Kwame Nkrumah branch on Friday. Picture:  Tafadzwa Ufumeli
  • Sendekera lights up Harare

    In the history of foreign artists who frequent Zimbabwe, Mafikizolo can now be best described as “certified crowd pullers” given the attendance at the Sendekera, Come Let’s Dance Concert on […]

    Mafikizolo
  • Zanu PF commissar: Saviour Kasukuwere’s poisoned chalice

    Fiery Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere had put his fate in God’s hands on the morning of April 26 2017.

    saviour-kasukuwere-2

International

Congo protests fall flat as opposition to Kabila sputters

Opposition calls for mass protests against Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila fell flat on Monday when only a handful of people showed up, undermining efforts to oust him […]

Read the full post

Business

Zimbabwe’s debt clearance strategy questioned

Zimbabwe’s inability to undertake structural reforms will scupper access to cheap lines of credit from multilateral financial institutions, analysts have warned.

Read the full post

Politics

Anti-Kasukuwere plotters in dilemma

Zanu PF and State House officials who were allegedly at the centre of a plot to oust party political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere, have reportedly begun counting their losses after it […]

Read the full post
  • Munyaradzi-Kereke-unclipped
    Kereke’s winding road to Chikurubi

    Fresh details have emerged of how former Zanu PF MP Munyaradzi Kereke manipulated state institutions, including the police, in his vain attempt to escape prosecution for raping an 11-year-old girl.

  • President Robert Mugabe with Namibian President Hage Geingob tour the Iranian stand at the ZITF on Friday. Picture: KB Mpofu
    ZITF turns into ‘flea market expo’

    THE just-ended 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) can be described as both a success and a failure.

  • zanu-flag
    Govt mum on Gukurahundi report

    THE Zanu PF government has refused to comment on recently-released allegations that it worked with British diplomats and military officers to hide the Gukurahundi massacres.

  • ibbo-mandaza-std
    Succession battles becoming uglier

    Political Scientist and Sapes director, Ibbo Mandaza (IM) says President Robert Mugabe has thwarted an “attempted coup” within his party. Mandaza spoke to Violet Gonda (VG) on her Hot Seat […]

  • police
    Fear, trepidation mark Media Freedom Day

    On Zimbabwe’s Independence Day, April 18, Alpha Media Holdings chief photographer Aaron Ufumeli was assaulted by police while on duty, taking pictures of events during the celebrations at the National […]

  • Depositors wait to withdraw money from an ATM at  CBZ Kwame Nkrumah branch on Friday. Picture:  Tafadzwa Ufumeli
    Banks fret over livestock

    Zimbabwean banks are negotiating with the Finance ministry over a Bill that proposes the use of livestock as collateral for loans.

  • marketing-plan-template306244826
    A quest for audience in the C-Suite

    Following my previous article titled War between Marketing and Finance: Banal Praxis or Constructive Tension, this article seeks to highlight how marketers can take an active role in the C- […]

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Zimbabwe’s debt clearance strategy questioned

    Zimbabwe’s inability to undertake structural reforms will scupper access to cheap lines of credit from multilateral financial institutions, analysts have warned.

  • Chromite-Ore
    Chrome price boom creates scramble for claims

    A boom in the international price of chrome has seen foreign companies scrambling for chrome claims in the country, Standardbusiness has learnt.

  • Zimbabwean workers have struggled to make ends meet amid massive shortages of money and huge job losses
    No cheer for Zim workers on May Day

    The statistics paint a gloomy picture: a total of 816 employees have been retrenched and five companies applied for liquidation and another for judicial management in the first quarter of […]

Recent Posts

  • Mike Whitfield
    How to become a winning auto company in Africa

    As a first-mover into automotive assembly in sub-Saharan Africa, Nissan joined a number of South Africa-based companies that are creating successful businesses on the continent. As managing director for Nissan […]

  • George Shaya
    DeMbare ‘dump’ ailing Shaya

    TEARS welled up in Agnes Shaya’s eyes, wife to Dynamos legend and five-time Soccer Star of the Year George Shaya, struggling to prevent them from trickling down her cheeks, but […]

  • Munyaradzi-Kereke-unclipped
    Kereke’s winding road to Chikurubi

    Fresh details have emerged of how former Zanu PF MP Munyaradzi Kereke manipulated state institutions, including the police, in his vain attempt to escape prosecution for raping an 11-year-old girl.

AMH logo

© 2017 The Zimind. All Rights reserved.

DMMA logo