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  • 2018 polls: Zim journalists navigating a minefield

    I have deliberately changed the title of my submission from “Election Reporting Guidelines and Media Codes of Conduct” to a broader discussion on factors inhibiting journalistic practice during the elections, […]

  • Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe frustrates eager investors

    A European investor’s phone rings in a Harare restaurant and it’s good news: an $80 million construction deal has been agreed with the Zimbabwean government. All that’s needed now is […]

  • Amakhosi will rise again: Cont

    The godfather of arts and ex-Amakhosi Cultural Centre director, Cont Mhlanga, says his successor, Charles Musunga, should source his own revenue streams to return the ailing and cash-strapped arts hub […]

  • Who should take over at NACZ?

    Creatives from different arts genres are calling for an individual capable of listening and implementing progressive strategies to resuscitate the arts industry, which is currently in shambles, as the ideal […]

  • Chamisa turns heat on Mnangagwa

    MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa yesterday warned President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government against manipulating the July 30 elections, saying his supporters will not accept any rigged poll. BY KENNETH NYANGANI […]

International

Trump-Putin summit: US president under fire over poll meddling comments

There has been a barrage of criticism in the US after President Donald Trump defended Russia over claims of interference in the 2016 elections.

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Business

AfDB signs agreements with Zimbabwe firms

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed two non-disclosure agreements with Zimbabwean companies,which pave the way for the sharing of information amid optimism the bank would disburse funding to the […]

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Politics

Mugabe ghost haunts ED in Tanzania

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa arrived in Tanzania last week intent on projecting Zimbabwe as a country that has moved on from the shadow of former president Robert Mugabe, the man he […]

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  • 2018 polls: Zim journalists navigating a minefield

    I have deliberately changed the title of my submission from “Election Reporting Guidelines and Media Codes of Conduct” to a broader discussion on factors inhibiting journalistic practice during the elections, […]

  • Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe frustrates eager investors

    A European investor’s phone rings in a Harare restaurant and it’s good news: an $80 million construction deal has been agreed with the Zimbabwean government. All that’s needed now is […]

  • Two separate funerals for Wimbo

    Johane Masowe eChishanu Vadzidzi VaJesu Church leader Aaron Mhukuta Gomo’s children and close family members failed to attend his burial last week because of bitter infighting in his church.

  • Tribal tensions worry churches

    CHURCHES in Bulawayo have expressed concern at the intensifying levels of tribal tension between the Shona and Ndebele in Matabeleland. Lulu Brenda Harris The churches have also challenged local politicians […]

  • Army windfall angers teachers

    The government’s decision to award soldiers a steep salary increment has angered teachers, who are accusing President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration of giving security forces special treatment.

  • MAZ, Industry ministry train SMEs

    The Marketers’ Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ), in conjunction with Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development, trained over 350 small to medium enterprises on the role of marketing at the […]

  • Insurers reel from chaos

    INSURANCE companies are reeling from the mayhem on the country’s roads caused by reduced police presence amid revelations of a sharp increase in loss ratios of vehicles being mostly used […]

  • AfDB signs agreements with Zimbabwe firms

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) has signed two non-disclosure agreements with Zimbabwean companies,which pave the way for the sharing of information amid optimism the bank would disburse funding to the […]



  • Why army warning is ominous

    Army press conferences are rare and ominous events in Zimbabwe. When the army calls a press conference in Zimbabwe, it is a serious matter and you better sit up and […]

  • Postal votes scam and the forgotten postman

    Too many cooks spoil the broth. That’s true, of course, but once in a while, it takes only one cook to do that, breaking the utensils and burning down the […]

  • Who will whistleblow for ‘substantial’ amount?

    My people, I think all credit should go to our security forces for the wonderful work they are doing in terms of trying to find out those behind the act […]

  • Trust, not arrogance, will deliver a good election

    The 2018 World Cup spectacle has been a jarring and intriguing global tournament at many levels. Besides the remote control tensions and conflicts it visited unto our living rooms and […]

  • Time running out for ZEC

    JUSTICE Priscila Chigumba’s appointment as Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson six months ago was greeted with optimism amid hopes that she would rescue the body’s soiled reputation ahead of the […]

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