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  • Baba Charamba speaks on new church

    ZIMBABWE’S finest gospel music couple Charles and Olivia Charamba were humbled by the high turnout of people who attended their first church service last Sunday following their recent announcement that […]

  • Mpandare flourishes as Warriors manager

    The Zimbabwe Warriors have one foot in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) football finals to be held in Cameroon — needing just a point from their last two […]

  • All eyes on Ncube

    FINANCE and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube’s maiden national budget should target the revival of the productive sectors of the economy to set the tone for revival, business has advised.

  • Chamisa escapes ‘kidnap plot’

    MDC last night claimed state security agents tried to snatch its leader Nelson Chamisa leading to a dramatic tussle with his security as he returned from a rally in Marondera.

  • ED puts Mutsvangwa to the sword

    Deputy Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet responsible for presidential communications George Charamba (GC) says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s former special advisor, Chris Mutsvangwa, should provide evidence to authorities if […]

International

The folly of US sanctions against Russia

FOR nearly 100 years, Russia has been under US sanctions, often to the detriment of American national security.

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Business

Forex shortages cripple cooking oil maker

Surface Wilmar, the country’s largest cooking oil manufacturer, says it owes its external suppliers US$22 million because of acute foreign currency shortages locally.

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Politics

ED, Chiwenga ‘rift widening’

Intense jostling for control of the ruling Zanu PF between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his deputy Constantino Chiwenga is escalating into public fights between backers of the two heavyweights amid […]

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  • Mangudya defends bond notes

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya had a torrid time at the pre-budget seminar for legislators in Bulawayo last week when he was grilled over currency problems bedevilling the […]

  • Forex shortages cripple cooking oil maker

    Surface Wilmar, the country’s largest cooking oil manufacturer, says it owes its external suppliers US$22 million because of acute foreign currency shortages locally.

  • All eyes on Ncube

    FINANCE and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube’s maiden national budget should target the revival of the productive sectors of the economy to set the tone for revival, business has advised.



  • Editorial Comment: Govt has to act on currency crisis

    The mounting pressure by civil servants to be paid in United States dollars is the clearest indication yet that the government’s approach to the currency crisis afflicting Zimbabwe is not […]

  • Editorial Comment: Kirsty Coventry football’s last hope

    The disqualification of Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) presidential aspirant Felton Kamambo has exposed the rot in Zimbabwe football’s electoral system where those in power can manipulate the order and dictate […]

  • When bad guys rule, things fall apart

    The outrageous and gruesome nature of the murder of self-exiled Saudi journalist and American resident Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey on October 2, 2018 has left many […]

  • Scapegoating won’t solve crisis

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claim that social media is to blame for the current economic meltdown has exposed the government’s lack of appreciation of Zimbabwe’s problems that now require decisive leadership.

  • Overcoming turbulent times

    We all know that most of our staple foods are a result of seeds initially buried below the surface. Underground, there is no light.

Recent Posts

  • It’s family affair in worship for Worshipper Blessing

    GOSPEL artiste Blessing Gwara has proven to be an overcomer who has assembled a formidable gospel outfit called Family Worship Crew with her daughters in South Africa where the family […]

  • Is November really a sacred month?

    Depending on your level of superstitious beliefs, the month of November, according to Shona cultural traditions, is supposed to be a month of rest.

  • Nyabinde, son in duet hit song

    Popular jazz musician Bob “Headmaster” Nyabinde has released a single, which features his son Aggabu that has been received with great acclaim by many of the duo’s fans.


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