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  • Sadomba reveals unfulfilled dreams

    Many an upcoming footballer would die to achieve what he has achieved in his illustrious career, but veteran winger and former Zimbabwe international Edward Sadomba feels he still has some […]

  • TelOne gears up for privatisation

    TelOne says it has appointed a consultant who will advise the company on the restructuring of its staggering $380 million debt as it seeks to clean its books and attract […]

  • Cyclone Idai kills 31, several displaced

    At least 31 people have died in Manicaland’s Chimanimani district as homes and bridges were swept away by a tropical storm that began on Friday.

  • Mapfumo breathes fire

    Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo has come out guns blazing against his “enemies” whom he says are behind rumours surrounding his prolonged stay in Zimbabwe.

  • Kadewere delights Sunday

    Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambga has expressed delight at the form of France-based forward Tino Kadewere, who was on target for the Ligue 2 side Le Havre on Friday night, a […]

International

Cyclone Idai: Mozambique survivors desperate for help

Mozambique’s port city of Beira is reeling from the damage inflicted by Cyclone Idai.

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Business

Boka Auction Floors seeks exemption from 2% tax

Boka Auction Floors Zimbabwe has approached Finance minister Mthuli Ncube, requesting government to exempt them from paying the intermediated money transfer tax (IMMT) as it is eating into their revenues, […]

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Politics

Mudzuri takes aim at Chamisa

MDC vice-president Elias Mudzuri has given the clearest indication yet that he will challenge the main opposition party’s leader Nelson Chamisa at the party’s congress in May.

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  • Harare vehicle clamping challenged

    Five City Parking supervisors have petitioned the High Court seeking a court order declaring illegal, null and void statutory instrument (SI) 104 of 2005 Harare, which empowers the City of […]

  • Foreign poaching syndicates wreak havoc in Hwange

    POACHING in the Hwange region, mostly driven by wealthy foreign nationals, continues to impact nearby communities, despite spirited and coordinated efforts by the government and its partners to curb the […]

  • Cyclone Idai kills 31, several displaced

    At least 31 people have died in Manicaland’s Chimanimani district as homes and bridges were swept away by a tropical storm that began on Friday.

  • Monte Cassino girls in daring protest

    Even calls to be wary of the ravaging Cyclone Idai, whose effects have since been felt in Mashonaland East, could not deter the 145 girls at Zimbabwe’s top school, Monte […]

  • Uproar over ED’s ‘brief’ visit

    Matabeleland South residents have accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of ignoring them during his midweek visit to the province.

  • Forex shortages hit Zim’s payment systems

    ZIMBABWE’S payments ecosystem faces collapse as players in the sector are failing to pay licensed and maintenance fees to foreign service providers, Standardbusines has established.

  • Boka Auction Floors seeks exemption from 2% tax

    Boka Auction Floors Zimbabwe has approached Finance minister Mthuli Ncube, requesting government to exempt them from paying the intermediated money transfer tax (IMMT) as it is eating into their revenues, […]

  • Inflation rate surges to 59,4% in February

    ZIMBABWE’S year-on-year inflation for February 2019 as measured by the all-items consumer price index (CPI)grew by 2,49 percentage points to 59,39% driven by food and non-alcoholic beverages, the Zimbabwe National […]



  • Cyclone Idai: All hands on the deck

    The high number of deaths recorded so far in the wake of a tropical storm that hit Manicaland on Friday raises questions about the country’s state of disaster preparedness.

  • Editorial Comment: Begging bowl exposes govt

    After months of propaganda extolling command agriculture as runaway success, the government last week joined hands with the United Nations (UN) and other partners to launch an urgent appeal for […]

  • Editorial Comment: Zimbabwe needs genuine dialogue

    The dialogue between some of the political parties that took part in last year’s disputed presidential elections is fast turning into a farce because of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s determination to […]

  • Editorial Comment: ED has power to end Zim isolation

    PRONOUNCEMENTS by the European parliament on the grave human rights situation in Zimbabwe provided a concise checklist of everything that has gone wrong in the past six months and President […]

  • Editorial Comment: Army victims deserve justice

    A fortnight after President Emmerson Mnangagwa promised to bring to book soldiers behind the wave of human rights violations that included murder, rape and abduction of civil society as well […]

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