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  • COSAFA Sponsorship: The Facts

    Kwese refers to media reports related to the sponsorship of participating teams in the COSAFA Women’s Games and wishes to clarify that the company did not commit to ongoing sponsorship […]

  • Fired NSSA boss bares all

    Former National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board chairman Robin Vela has said the authority requires experienced management as well as intellectually astute political leadership.

  • Khupe denies Zanu PF links, cries foul

    Former deputy prime minister Thokozani Khupe has scoffed at allegations that she is being used by Zanu PF to divide the opposition vote after resisting the creation of an alliance […]

  • Chamisa draws crowds in rural Masvingo

    MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has taken his campaign to rural Masvingo, drawing big crowds at two events in Nyika and Zaka.

  • ED gamble backfires

    The Austrian company contracted to dualise the Beitbridge-Chirundu highway has ignored President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s move to cancel the contract and says it is already working on the project amid indications […]

International

Syria conflict: Russia says no evidence of Douma chemical attack

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said no evidence has been found of a chemical weapons attack in Syria’s formerly rebel-held town of Douma.

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Business

ED’s vision 2030 gets the nod

Zimbabwe’s vision to become a middle-income economy by 2030 is achievable if the government invests in productive sectors and implement policies that encourage investment as well as entrepreneurial development, analysts […]

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Politics

We don’t need soldiers to win polls, says Rugeje

Zanu PF is preparing for its first elections without former president Robert Mugabe as its torch-bearer after the veteran ruler was toppled in a military coup in November last year.

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  • Econet gets licence to generate own power

    Econet Wireless has obtained a licence to generate power to meet the electricity and energy needs at its Willowvale premises in Harare, according to a notice carried in the media.

  • Disposable diapers pose environmental challenges

    Having a newly-born baby can be both surreal and costly for parents.For most fathers and mothers, the responsibility comes with the demand of providing for the toddler and these range […]

  • Obama’s ex-advisor in Zim

    The local chapter of Young African Leaders Initiative Regional Leadership Centre South Africa (Yali RLC-SA) tomorrow hosts Black Aids Institute founder and former American president Barack Obama’s health advisor Phill […]

  • 100 workers get jobs back

    At least 100 workers at the troubled National Bakers and Confectioners (NBC) got their jobs back after the High Court dismissed an application by the company’s owners seeking to block […]

  • Hwange bars workers

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited [HCCL] allegedly barred its workers from meeting Members of Parliament investigation team, amid allegations of mismanagement and corruption at the coal miner, it has been revealed.

  • Of betrayal, greed, blood, sweat and tears

    A family friend we miss with so much deep affection and fondness, the late legal practitioner George Chikumbirike, whilst talking about black people, once remarked that because many blacks are […]

  • ED’s vision 2030 gets the nod

    Zimbabwe’s vision to become a middle-income economy by 2030 is achievable if the government invests in productive sectors and implement policies that encourage investment as well as entrepreneurial development, analysts […]

  • Tobacco farmers’ deal turns sour

    Tobacco contracting firm, Agritrade Leaf Tobacco, is in the eye of a storm after it allegedly deducted insurance premiums from farmers without prior contractual agreements.



  • Is Lizard Ngwena really in charge?

    My people, Let me start by saying I am aware that most of you are missing me in a bad way.

  • ED must deal with graft first

    The proposed parastatal reforms unveiled by the government on Friday were yet another bold step by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration in cleaning up the economic mess created by Zanu PF […]

  • Innovate or die

    In today’s fast-paced economy, a good idea isn’t enough. Not only do you have to roll with the punches that modern-day tech is throwing, you have to blaze a trail […]

  • The pitfalls of Brand Zim after the fall of Mugabe

    Zimbabwe’s brand architecture after the downfall of Robert Mugabe through the “soft” coup of November 15, 2017 is hard to define. The replacement of Mugabe after the seizure by the […]

  • New dispensation avoiding the real corruption

    Once upon a time, the new administration of President Emmerson Mnangagwa mounted what it called an anti-corruption blitz. That was immediately after wresting power from Robert Mugabe through a soft […]

Recent Posts

  • Econet gets licence to generate own power

    Econet Wireless has obtained a licence to generate power to meet the electricity and energy needs at its Willowvale premises in Harare, according to a notice carried in the media.

  • COSAFA Sponsorship: The Facts

    Kwese refers to media reports related to the sponsorship of participating teams in the COSAFA Women’s Games and wishes to clarify that the company did not commit to ongoing sponsorship […]

  • Album is my life story: Takura

    Trap star Takura has likened his latest debut album, someone had to do it (SHTDi) to his wedding, saying it is a do-or-die for him and a medium to tell […]


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