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  • Questions remain over Mapeza’s departure

    NORMAN Mapeza’s name will forever be etched in Zimbabwean football champions FC Platinum’s folklore.

  • Daisy reveals Tuku secret

    The late jazz icon Oliver Mtukudzi had planned to make this year more special for his fans by holding a national tour and setting up a museum at Pakare Paye […]

  • Diamond production plummets

    Zimbabwe’s diamond production dropped by a staggering 78,9% in July as prices for the gemstones also tumbled on the international market.

  • Currency collapse: ED swoops on ally, nephew

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa was briefed that companies linked to one of his advisors and a relative were fuelling the parallel market trade in foreign currency before the Reserve Bank of […]

  • Warriors target Lesotho scalp

    The Warriors will be looking to throw caution to the wind and go all out on attack when they play Lesotho in the first leg of the final round 2020 […]

International

Opposition to Nord Stream 2 all about American interests

The Nord Stream 2 project to bring gas from Russia directly to Germany has many detractors, especially America.

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Business

Zimbabwe’s cost of living skyrockets

An average Zimbabwean family now spends at least $1 617 on food and non-food items a month, a 15,18% increase from the July, the national statistics agency has revealed.

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Politics

Mamombe bemoans violent politics

Harare West MP Joanah Mamombe says Zimbabwe’s politics is very violent in nature with women and the opposition being the biggest victims.

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  • In Victoria Falls taxmen, police, and army take bribes from smugglers

    The Victoria Falls, on the mighty Zambezi River between Zimbabwe and Zambia, is one of the world’s seven wonders and arguably the largest waterfall by width and depth.

  • ‘Smelly’ project chokes Gweru city engineers

    Gweru City Council (GCC) has embarked on an investigation to fish out the local authority’s rogue employees who were involved in corrupt activities in the illegal development of a vast […]

  • Kuda Musasiwa: A young trailblazer

    Harare-based entrepreneur Kudakwashe Musasiwa turns everything he touches into gold and he believes it was his upbringing that paved the way for him Musasiwa rose to prominence during pastor Evans […]

  • Magombeyi: Abduction mystery deepens

    The mystery surrounding Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors’ Association (ZHDA) acting president Dr Peter Magombeyi deepened yesterday following revelations that doctors are investigating the possibilty that he was injected with an unknown […]

  • UN says Zimbabweans being targeted

    Zimbabweans are among three groups of foreign nationals living in South Africa hardest hit by the recent wave of xenophobic attacks in that country, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has […]

  • ‘Agriculture will be Zimbabwe’s trump card’

    Zimbabwe must use the agriculture sector and its value chain to leverage on the newly established African Continental Free Trade Area (Afcfta), which has a market of more than 1,2 […]

  • ZSE buoyant again, adds $4 billion

    The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continued to trek upwards during the week ended September 20 2019, adding $3,94 billion to total market capitalisation to close at $26,65 billion (+18,17%).

  • Diamond production plummets

    Zimbabwe’s diamond production dropped by a staggering 78,9% in July as prices for the gemstones also tumbled on the international market.



  • Magombeyi case: Acid test for police

    The government’s reaction to the alleged abduction of a doctor who criticised the working conditions for health workers at public hospitals raises questions about the integrity of police investigations into […]

  • Doctors strike calls for urgent attention

    The death of Robert Mugabe has taken the nation’s focus away from very pressing issues, among them the strike by doctors at public hospitals.

  • Did Mugabe propose to marry Barack Obama?

    Following the death of Robert Mugabe, who died on September 6 at age 95, various media have carried articles on some of his most famous quotes.

  • A too-comfortable end for Mugabe

    “Peace has come to Zimbabwe/Third World’s right on the one/Now’s the time for celebration/ ‘Cause we’ve only just begun.” So sings Stevie Wonder in Master Blaster, his 1980 hit single. […]

  • Mugabe: A product of a vicious system

    Former president Robert Mugabe’s family says his health deteriorated after he was overthrown in a military coup in 2017 and he never forgave those behind his outster.

Recent Posts

  • Mangwe prepares for disasters

    Communities in Mangwe district, Matabeleland South province, have embraced projects meant to enhance disaster risk management capacities and community resilience, thanks to the Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS), which is […]

  • Precious Pazani’s World Cup dream

    AS her profile continues to grow on the continent and beyond after being assigned to officiate in Rugby Africa’s flagship tournaments for both men and women, top female rugby referee […]

  • Questions remain over Mapeza’s departure

    NORMAN Mapeza’s name will forever be etched in Zimbabwean football champions FC Platinum’s folklore.


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