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  • Gweru council grand corruption: Secret terminus sale, shady deals exposed

    Corruption and bad governance are rife at Gweru City Council (GCC) and its management has no problem admitting that, albeit behind closed doors.

  • ED reveals Chamisa offer

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed plans to give his MDC Alliance rival Nelson Chamisa official recognition as the leader of the opposition in an attempt to mend bridges after a […]

  • MTF directors in trouble

    A forensic audit into Millennium Tobacco Floors (MTF) Private Limited is nearly complete amid revelations of alleged fraudulent activities by the company’s directors, which came to light after the firm’s […]

  • Grobbelaar eyes political career

    LEGENDARY former Zimbabwe and Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce “Jungleman” Grobbelaar has set his sights on a political career as he looks to open a new chapter in his life after stepping […]

  • Ammara’s moment of truth delayed

    Whether songstress Ammara Brown would have succeeded in filling the gigantic Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) on Saturday during the Ammartia Ignite gig, she was set to headline remains a […]

International

Ncube wants ‘fiscal shock’

Newly-appointed Finance minister Mthuli Ncube would like to employ a “big bang” economic reform programme to the battered economy where unemployment is running above 80%, but recognises politics will limit […]

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Business

Clothing sector wants SA deal implemented

CLOTHING sector players have urged government to implement a colonial era Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA) it signed with South Africa in 1964 in a bid to boost the local industry.

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Politics

Mnangagwa woos Mugabe protégé

President Emmerson Mnangagwa met one of former president Robert Mugabe’s top allies, Ambrose Mutinhiri, amid indications that the Zanu PF leader is on a charm offensive to lure back his […]

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  • Gweru council grand corruption: Secret terminus sale, shady deals exposed

    Corruption and bad governance are rife at Gweru City Council (GCC) and its management has no problem admitting that, albeit behind closed doors.

  • Chigumba lashes out at ‘sore losers’

    Over two months since Zimbabwe held its first post-Robert Mugabe elections, the outcome of the polls is still being disputed by the country’s biggest opposition party, the MDC Alliance.

  • ED reveals Chamisa offer

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed plans to give his MDC Alliance rival Nelson Chamisa official recognition as the leader of the opposition in an attempt to mend bridges after a […]

  • Ncube promises new currency

    Finance minister Mthuli Ncube says government is drafting reforms that will see Zimbabwe eventually introducing its own currency.

  • Zim’s ‘bloody’ police station

    Accident-damaged vehicles, some blood-stained, can invoke scary images, fear and especially traumatic memories for survivors and relatives of deceased accident victims who perished on the treacherous Harare — Beitbridge highway.

  • Clothing sector wants SA deal implemented

    CLOTHING sector players have urged government to implement a colonial era Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA) it signed with South Africa in 1964 in a bid to boost the local industry.

  • Forex shortage hits Multichoice

    MULTICHOICE Zimbabwe’s holding company, Naspers, says Zimbabwe is one of three countries holding cash balances and trade receivables of nearly $131 million for its financial year ended March 31, 2018 […]

  • MTF directors in trouble

    A forensic audit into Millennium Tobacco Floors (MTF) Private Limited is nearly complete amid revelations of alleged fraudulent activities by the company’s directors, which came to light after the firm’s […]



  • Ncube striking the right note

    Finance minister Mthuli Ncube has hit the ground running, infusing some urgency into President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration in dealing with Zimbabwe’s multi-layered economic crisis.

  • Cholera exposes govt neglect

    The rapid spread of cholera to cities such as Bulawayo has demonstrated the gravity of the outbreak ravaging some parts of the country.

  • Remembering Sidney Malunga

    TWENTY-four years ago on August 28 my father died. It was sudden, unexpected, shocking! (more…)

  • All eyes on ED’s Cabinet

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new Cabinet has been well-received after his bold decision to bring in technocrats who are not necessarily politicians and the more to drop deadwood.

  • Chamisa, ED must find each other for the people

    The reported moves by the international community to bring Zimbabwe’s political protagonists to the table should be lauded by all peace-loving and poverty-weary Zimbabweans.

Recent Posts

  • The Boundary readies for summer

    Cricket lovers who thronged Bulawayo’s Queens Sports Club recently for the five-day- long one-day international tournament pitting Zimbabwe and Pakistan, were treated not to just an exciting game of cricket, […]

  • Poverty is not a choice

    I found myself in a bit of a dilemma on Friday morning over a tweet I had sent on Thursday evening saying I had visited Glen View, the cholera hub, […]

  • The producer’s task in marketing music

    This week, I want to go a bit on the technical side of how music, which most of us take for granted, is produced.


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