New twist as Zimbabwe government slams Zuma for ‘backing xenophobia’


Harare – Zimbabwe’s information minister said on Tuesday that President Jacob Zuma‘s comments on xenophobia during a Freedom Day speech could be interpreted as “an unfortunate justification” More...

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Mujuru fears for her life


HARARE – Former Vice President Joice Mujuru has tightened her security as more and more intruders are caught and seen prowling at her farm in Beatrice — amid growing concerns More...

Chombo, Chiyangwa committing crimes against humanity: Mliswa


HARARE – Former Hurungwe West legislator Temba Mliswa has said he is writing to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to have Zanu PF bigwigs Ignatius Chombo and Philip Chiyangwa More...

Grace dumps Gang of Four


HARARE – First Lady Grace Mugabe has moved to dump Zanu PF’s beleaguered “Gang of Four” and is more and more aligning herself with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa More...


New twist as Zimbabwe government slams Zuma for ‘backing xenophobia’

Harare – Zimbabwe’s information minister said on Tuesday that President Jacob Zuma‘s comments on xenophobia during a Freedom Day speech could be interpreted as More...

Massive blackout hits Zimbabwe ahead of SADC summit

Harare – It couldn’t have happened at a worse time: with a SADC summit underway and an international arts festival about to kick off, Zimbabwe was hit by a countrywide More...

Equities market opens week in the red


HARARE – The stock market shook off last week’s marginal gains to open the week lower with little activity. The mainstream More...

HSBC helps keep FTSE near record highs


London – Britain’s top equity index steadied on Monday, supported by a rise in HSBC but falling short More...

Kumwenda Zimplow targets to grow exports 25pct in FY2015, eyes more regional markets

HARARE,– Agro and mining equipment manufacturing group Zimplow Holdings expects to grow exports by 25 percent...

Maize Maize production down 35pct in 2015 after dry spell – FAO

BULAWAYO,– The United Nations Food and Agriculture (FAO) has forecast Zimbabwe’s maize production for the 2014/15 season...

Mumbengegwi Regional industrial strategy to spur FDI – SADC

HARARE,– Southern African countries are looking to increase foreign direct investment under a long-term strategy anchored...
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‘Mujuru’s appeal may be exaggerated’


Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI) director Pedzisai Ruhanya speaks to Senior Assistant Editor Guthrie Munyuki More...

Zimbabwe’s 5 Grim Realities: Optmism is Not Only Key, It is Fundamental

In the last three months  there have been at least two articles by renowned academics outlining how Zimbabwe is either undergoing..

I’m ready to die for Hurungwe: Mliswa

HARARE – Expelled Hurungwe West legislator and former Zanu PF Mashonaland West chairman — Temba Mliswa (pictured) — is not fazed..

Zanu PF linked organisation sues Zuma over xenophobia


JOHANNESBURG – A Zanu PF organisation believed to be sponsored by Zimbabwean government, the Black Business More...

Xenophobia row exposes rivalry between South Africa and Nigeria

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – The recall of Nigeria’s top diplomat after a spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa follows several similar..

Xenophobia: Zuma calls for Robert Mugabe to take responsibility

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma on Monday went on the offensive challenging his African peers to take responsibility for the problem of migration...

Zimbabwe Information Minister wrote Chiwenga’s PhD Thesis – Report

Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander General Constantine Chiwenga’s recently awarded PhD in Ethics from University Of KwaZulu Natal’s College Of Humanities has..

Internet penetration rate declines

Zimbabwe’s internet penetration rate has declined for the first time in the past year to 45 percent following a decline in..

600 nurses down tools

OVER 600 nurses at Chitungwiza Central Hospital downed their tools yesterday in protest over unpaid allowances, grading anomalies and poor work..

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