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    The lack of a clear succession plan for aged President Robert Mugabe has heightened the risk of political instability in Zimbabwe amid worsening Zanu PF factional power struggles ahead of […]

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  • Why I won’t support Mnangagwa: Moyo

    Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister’s arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe […]

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  • Sex scandal rocks pageant

    SOME models who participated at the recent Miss Zim Gold Mashonaland Central pageant have made sensational claims that the pageant’s chairman, Ceasar Kufandiko sexually harassed them during a boot camp.

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  • Warriors in make-or-break tie

    THE Zimbabwe senior national football team faces probably their biggest match in their history when they clash with Tunisia in a game whose result will either usher them into the […]

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  • Visa introduces Zimbabwe service

    Global payments technology company, Visa, will next month introduce a settlement service which allows Zimbabwean banks to settle domestic United States dollar-denominated transactions locally.

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International

How Gambia is testing West Africa’s resolve to protect democracy

The Gambia is an opportunity to reinforce election quality norms for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

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Business

Visa introduces Zimbabwe service

Global payments technology company, Visa, will next month introduce a settlement service which allows Zimbabwean banks to settle domestic United States dollar-denominated transactions locally.

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Politics

Mugabe successor brawl explodes

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s succession debate has reached a boiling point, with Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo declaring that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s presidency, accusing his boss of […]

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    Why I won’t support Mnangagwa: Moyo

    Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister’s arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe […]

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    ‘Illiterate’ voters raise rigging fears

    Poll monitors yesterday expressed concern over the high number of assisted voters during the Bikita West parliamentary by-election amid claims Zanu PF supporters feigned illiteracy as part of rigging.

  • Barnabas Mabhena and his wife remove the armyworm from their planted maize crop at Springrange farm in Bubi.
    Army worm invasion dashes farmers’ hopes

    BARNABAS Mabhena, a communal farmer in Bubi district, Matabeleland North province, says he had this year stocked adequate pesticides and was ready to fight any crop-eating pests — until the […]

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    Chigwedere’s son sues father, Chihuri

    Former Education minister Aeneas Chigwedere’s son has taken his father alongside police commissioner general Augustine Chihuri and his two junior officers to the High Court, demanding the return of a […]

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    Harare typhoid victim’s sad tale

    Ephania Chirau, a 33-year-old single mother will not forget the day she was diagnosed with typhoid, a water-borne disease stalking some of Harare’s poorest neigbourhoods.

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    Pensioners need lessons in financial literacy

    I have advocated for financial inclusion for more than five years. I have always had an impression that if one has an active account with a bank and/or mobile money, […]

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    Industry demands decentralisation

    INDUSTRY players in Bulawayo have called on the government to decentralise services such as the issuance of import and export permits as a way of reducing operating costs for companies […]

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    Evolve or die, why brands need to be refreshed

    Digitalisation has significantly increased the pace of change and forced brands to evaluate their strategies for meeting the ever-evolving expectations of their customers.

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    Visa introduces Zimbabwe service

    Global payments technology company, Visa, will next month introduce a settlement service which allows Zimbabwean banks to settle domestic United States dollar-denominated transactions locally.

  • ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    Zim data costs nightmare

    The introduction of a five cents levy on mobile data and plans to introduce a separate tariff on over-the-top (OTT) voice calling is set to make Zimbabwe one of the […]

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    Political violence has become part of Zanu PF

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) is concerned that even as untoward behaviour is condemned with every by-election that has been conducted since 2013, it seems no one is moved and they […]

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    Harare flash floods a man-made disaster

    Persistent heavy rains have pounded most parts of Zimbabwe since mid-December last year, bringing relief to farmers and urban dwellers following drought conditions experienced over the past two seasons.

  • ICT minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    Suspended data charges exposed clueless govt

    President Robert Mugabe’s government has a penchant for going for the lowest hanging fruit by raising taxes each time its revenues dip due to the poor management of the economy.

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    Typhoid outbreaks a Mugabe legacy

    The raging typhoid outbreak in some of Zimbabwe’s cities and towns is yet another indication of the decay of the economy and infrastructure under President Robert Mugabe’s watch since independence […]

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    Mushohwe’s pledge a Damascene moment

    Information minister Christopher Mushohwe has given contrasting signals to the media since his appointment a year ago. He initially showed zeal to engage before issuing all sorts of threats against […]

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    Mujuru poser for Zanu PF in 2018

    The lack of a clear succession plan for aged President Robert Mugabe has heightened the risk of political instability in Zimbabwe amid worsening Zanu PF factional power struggles ahead of […]

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    Why I won’t support Mnangagwa: Moyo

    Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister’s arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe […]

  • vote
    ‘Illiterate’ voters raise rigging fears

    Poll monitors yesterday expressed concern over the high number of assisted voters during the Bikita West parliamentary by-election amid claims Zanu PF supporters feigned illiteracy as part of rigging.

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