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  • Mushekwi’s ‘great escape’

    CHINA-BASED former Warriors striker Nyasha Mushekwi (pictured) has revealed how his team’s pre-season camp in Turkey helped him escape being caught up in the lockdown in China due to the […]

  • Currency: Business sounds alarm bells

    BUSINESS groups have sounded alarm bells, warning that the free fall of the Zimbabwe dollar against major currencies amid policy inconsistencies by government is accelerating the collapse of the economy.

  • Rachel J: A galaxy of talent

    some people were not familiar with businesswoman-cum-musician Rachel J (pictured) until recently when her estranged “husband” and former Finance deputy minister Terence Mukupe took to social media and made sensational […]

  • Muchenje takes Netone to court

    Muchenje takes Netone to court

  • Blessing Muzarabani hints at Zimbabwe Cricket comeback

    ENGLAND-BASED fast bowler Blessing Muzarabani has opened the door for a sensational return to international cricket for Zimbabwe following confirmation that his Kolpak contract with Northamptonshire is set to be […]

International

Where does Syrian oil flow?

United States President Donald Trump approved the conducting of an expanded military mission to ensure the safety of oil fields in eastern Syria.

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Business

Currency: Business sounds alarm bells

BUSINESS groups have sounded alarm bells, warning that the free fall of the Zimbabwe dollar against major currencies amid policy inconsistencies by government is accelerating the collapse of the economy.

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Politics

Why Zanu PF fears an uprising against Mnangagwa govt

Zimbabwe’s economic meltdown constitutes the biggest threat to Zanu PF’s continued hold on power, the ruling party has admitted.

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  • Don’t desert Zanu PF: Mnangagwa pleads

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has appealed to Zanu PF supporters to stick with the ruling party despite the deepening economic problems in the country.

  • Marry Chiwenga now fears for her life

    Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga’s estranged wife says she fears for her life as unknown people are allegedly stalking her.

  • Coronavirus: Zim warned

    Zimbabwe has been urged to strengthen its public health systems for the country to be able to deal with a possible coronavirus outbreak after a second South African was diagnosed […]

  • Carl Joshua Ncube: Laughter keeps Zimbabwe going

    Top comedian Carl Joshua Ncube says Zimbabweans use laughter as one of the ways to deal with many problems they encounter as a result of the political and economic crisis […]

  • ‘Disabled treated like wild animals’

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s special advisor on disability issues Joshua Malinga yesterday said sometimes society treats people living with disabilities worse than wild animals.

  • Scepticism over govt’s US$10bn industry blueprint

    THE government is gearing for the launch of a new roadmap for a US$10 billion industrial and manufacturing sector economy by 2023, but captains of industry say the feat will […]

  • Zimstat to release new inflation data after hiatus

    The Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (Zimstat) is set to resume the publication of year-on-year inflation figures amid warnings that inflation will continue to gallop as long as the local currency […]

  • Currency: Business sounds alarm bells

    BUSINESS groups have sounded alarm bells, warning that the free fall of the Zimbabwe dollar against major currencies amid policy inconsistencies by government is accelerating the collapse of the economy.



  • Zim’s complex situation requires political will

    People continue to die from curable disease in Zimbabwe as the health sector remains paralysed while the country is going through what has been described by the United Nations as […]

  • Will Zimbabweans ever be ready for changes?

    Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all Zimbabweans on this, our stolen Christmas Day! The desolate mood, empty fridges and forlorn faces in a festive season every Zimbabwean […]

  • The height of intolerance

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s decision to remove chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni did not come as a surprise to many that have been following the traditional leader’s fight with the government unfold.

  • Purging doctors won’t end crisis

    The government’s decision to fire 211 doctors last week reinforced the narrative that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration does not have any solution to the unfolding crisis in the health sector.

  • Safety, quality, competitiveness and all things in public good

    Zimbabwean consumers are increasingly becoming more proactive in asserting their rights and demanding quality products, Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) director general Eve Gadzikwa has said.

Recent Posts

  • Persistence pays off for TK Hollun

    South Africa-based Zimbabwean artiste TK Hollun’s (pictured) recently released album Blood Pressure seems to have put him in his rightful place as one of the sought-after musicians in South Africa […]

  • King 98 strikes again

    Zimbabwean hip-hop artiste King 98 on Friday released a video of his song Twisted, off his debut album Francesca, which was released last year in May.

  • Don’t desert Zanu PF: Mnangagwa pleads

    PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has appealed to Zanu PF supporters to stick with the ruling party despite the deepening economic problems in the country.


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