Mnangagwa clinging on Robert Mugabe


HARARE – Despite the widespread belief among many Zimbabweans that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a powerful man in the warring post-congress Zanu PF, he is, like other party bigwigs, surviving More...

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Mujuru followers get death threats


HARARE – Supporters of former Vice President Joice Mujuru and her People First project say they are receiving death threats for campaigning for her and the movement. Victims More...

Council gives Mujuru honour ultimatum


HARARE City Council has given acting town clerk Josephine Ncube until February next year to implement the resolution to name one of the roads in Harare after the late decorated More...

Mugabe feels lonely – Msipa

President Mugabe seen here greeting Cephas Msipa (left) during a politburo meeting

HARARE – Respected Zanu PF elder Cephas Msipa, who has been one of the few consistent voices of reason in the warring ruling party, has told the Daily News that his old friend More...


Mnangagwa clinging on Robert Mugabe

HARARE – Despite the widespread belief among many Zimbabweans that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is a powerful man in the warring post-congress Zanu PF, he is, like other More...

War breaks out in Manicaland Zanu PF

ZANU PF’s factional fights came to the fore yesterday as divisions in the ruling party’s Manicaland Women’s League almost turned nasty, with the rival groups exchanging More...

European stocks up, oil slides as concerns ease over Russia-Turkey tension


LONDON – European stocks moved higher and oil prices reversed course and fell 1 percent on Wednesday as investors’ More...

Germany relies on domestic demand for growth in third quarter

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchange

FRANKFURT — German economic growth was led by private and government consumption last quarter as trade dragged More...

Mugabe Jet-setting govt sees expenditure rise 25pct, deficit widens – think tank

HARARE– The Zimbabwe government overspent by 25 percent in the eight months to August, with the...

CHINAMASAA Drought, revenue drop to weigh on Zim budget

Harare – Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa is to present the country’s 2016 national budget on...

Fly Africa. Harare court upholds suspension of Zimbabwe flyafrica’s AOC

HARARE – Zimbabwe flyafrica (Z7, Harare Int’l) is to remain grounded until it has resolved all...
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‘Mugabe holds the aces’


Human Rights Watch senior researcher for southern Africa and former Zimbabwe civic society leader — Dewa Mavhinga More...

Grace Mugabe’s misogynistic miniskirt madness un-African

Southern Africa leads the world when it comes to stories about transformation. By Oratiloe Tshehla It was a phenomenal mile-stone achieved,..

A tribute to Sam Moyo – a giant of agrarian studies

Professor Sam Moyo, director of the African Institute of Agrarian Studies, and a giant of agrarian studies has died tragically as..

Pope lands in Africa hoping to bridge Christian-Muslim faultlines


NAIROBI (Reuters) – Pope Francis said on Wednesday he wanted to offer “spiritual and material” More...

China set to pledge more aid to Africa

China is set to announce new aid to African nations when President Xi Jinping visits Zimbabwe and South Africa next month,..

Kenya declares public holiday for papal Mass

Nairobi – The Kenyan government has declared a national public holiday the day Pope Francis will celebrate Mass here, drawing an..

Klopp wants to replace Simon Mignolet at Liverpool, says Bruce Grobbelaar

grobberlar Jurgen Klopp wants to replace Simon Mignolet at Liverpool, according to former goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar. Grobbelaar, who made 440 league appearances..

Mnangagwa gives Tomana extra power

tomana HARARE – Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa (pictured) has asked Parliament to approve a controversial change to the Criminal Procedure and Evidence..

Moyo embroiled in Nust Professor’s death tiffy

BULAWAYO – The Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development, Professor Jonathan Moyo, yesterday described as outrageous claims..

Nigerian president Buhari to ‘decide MTN’s fate’

Johannesburg – Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari will decide mobile network MTN’s fate regarding a $5.2bn fine, according to reports from that..

Almost 16 million on HIV treatment as AIDS pandemic tide turns

LONDON (Reuters) – Some 15.8 million people worldwide are now on HIV treatment and a fast-track strategy to end the AIDS..

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