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  • Army crackdown against opposition widens as NGOs raise alarm

    An army crackdown against opposition supporters and polling agents in the aftermath of the July 30 elections has driven several people into hiding across the country, human rights groups have […]

  • Local banks buoyant

    NEBBANK Zimbabwe and ZB Financial Holdings are confident of registering strong performances this year despite cash shortages facing the country as they recorded an increase in transactions, particularly on their […]

  • Chamisa case opens can of worms

    MDC Alliance candidate Nelson Chamisa claims that at least 700 000 votes cast in the July 30 presidential elections cannot be accounted for and believes the anomaly is an indication […]

  • Takanyi relishes ATP Tour run

    LAST week Zimbabwean tennis star Takanyi Garanganga soared 35 places on the world rankings to 416th after reaching the main draw at the 2018 Los Cabos Open in Mexico as […]

  • Tuku makes history

    Legendary musician Oliver Mtukudzi was billed to headline the OppiKoppi Music Festival in South Africa yesterday, making him the first foreigner to be accorded such a privilege during the 24 […]

International

Zim’s ‘Crocodile’ faces tough challenges as president

He’s known as “the Crocodile”, named after a small band of guerillas battling white minority rule in the land once known as Rhodesia.

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Business

Expired goods flood Harare

EXPIRED goods, including food items, are being sold openly on the streets of Harare, a situation experts say poses a serious health hazard to citizens.

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Politics

ED’s Biti tweet raises eyebrows

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claim that former Finance minister Tendai Biti was released on bail following his intervention undermined the public’s confidence in the judicial system, legal experts have warned.

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  • Army crackdown against opposition widens as NGOs raise alarm

    An army crackdown against opposition supporters and polling agents in the aftermath of the July 30 elections has driven several people into hiding across the country, human rights groups have […]

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    ED ‘ducks’ Chamisa papers

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa allegedly refused to be served MDC Alliance Nelson Chamisa’s petition challenging the July 30 presidential election results, saying the papers must be given to the Attorney-General (AG).

  • Chamisa case opens can of worms

    MDC Alliance candidate Nelson Chamisa claims that at least 700 000 votes cast in the July 30 presidential elections cannot be accounted for and believes the anomaly is an indication […]

  • Biti to challenge Zambia deportation

    Former Finance minister Tendai Biti’s Zambian lawyers will challenge the neighbouring country’s decision to deny him political asylum after he was deported last week in defiance of a High Court […]

  • Mwonzora sues Zimpapers over Mugabe

    MDC secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora has petitioned the High Court demanding $1 000 000 compensation from Zimpapers after the Herald claimed he had blamed the party’s July 30 election loss on […]

  • Business pins hopes on new govt

    THE Bulawayo business community has urged the incoming government to create an enabling environment for local enterprises and to implement policies that encourage business growth in Zimbabwe’s second city.

  • Local banks buoyant

    NEBBANK Zimbabwe and ZB Financial Holdings are confident of registering strong performances this year despite cash shortages facing the country as they recorded an increase in transactions, particularly on their […]

  • Expired goods flood Harare

    EXPIRED goods, including food items, are being sold openly on the streets of Harare, a situation experts say poses a serious health hazard to citizens.



  • Halt army crackdown

    After holding largely peaceful elections on July 30, Zimbabwe is sliding back to anarchy amid credible reports of security forces launching a crackdown against opposition leaders and their supporters countrywide.

  • Hardships pfee! Suffer continue

    I am very much aware of the fact that most of you, like me, are very disappointed with the election outcome.

  • ED’s lame excuses show dearth of leadership

    The death of at least six people who were shot and killed in cold blood by Zimbabwe’s military forces on the streets of Harare last Wednesday was the biggest blight […]

  • The day has finally come!

    My People, The day has finally come for millions of Zimbabweans to exercise their democratic right to elect their own leaders.

  • Zimbabwe media post July 30: Hopes and fears

    Like a typical summer day in Zimbabwe, the sky was clear and the temperatures soaring. This was no ordinary day. The events that had occurred prior to this landmark day […]

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    IN 1998 Mark Taylor was the captain and opening batsman of the Australian cricket team playing against Pakistan in the Second Test match. At the end of day two, he […]

  • Chamisa vs Mnangagwa: What happens next?

    Now that Nelson Chamisa, the MDC Alliance presidential candidate, has filed a petition challenging the validity of the recent election, attention has turned to what happens next.

  • Walking in faith

    One of the main challenges that believers have is that some live on the five senses — what we hear, touch, feel, smell or see — which is contrary to […]


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