Zimbabwe stadium Magaya church service stampede kills 11: police


HARARE  – Eleven people were killed and dozens injured in a stampede at a stadium in Zimbabwe, as thousands of people at a church service tried to leave through the same More...

‘Mujuru could spring surprise’


VICE-President Joice Mujuru refuses to back down in the face of stinging rebukes and a clear charge to make sure she resigns from her post before next month’s congress, where More...

Zany PF Infighting: Arrests rock the party


The ruling Zanu PF party, embroiled in a bitter leadership wrangle ahead of an elective congress set for early December, was yesterday rocked by the arrests of two top leaders More...


Zimbabwe regime calls South African report on its 2002 election “rubbish”

HARARE – A senior Zimbabwean minister on Friday slammed a report by two South African judges that said Zimbabwe’s 2002 elections, won by long-time President Robert More...

‘Mnangagwa now a threat to national stability’ – Group

A NEW shadowy Zanu PF lobby group, Vana VaChaminuka, has called on President Robert Mugabe to urgently intervene in the ongoing internal party fights and clip Justice minister More...

Woolworths Shareholders Send Warning

Shoppers walk into a Woolworths store at a shopping center in Lenasia, south of Johannesburg

A GROUP of Woolworths shareholders along with Cosatu said on November 18 that they supported the boycott against the retailer. More...

South Africa central bank leaves repo unchanged, but says rates have to normalise


PRETORIA (Reuters) – South Africa’s Reserve Bank left interest rates unchanged at 5.75 percent as expected More...

image Innscor Q1 revenue flat, banks on restructuring

HARARE, – Conglomerate Innscor Africa’s revenue for the first quarter ending September held steady compared to...

image Powerspeed, Swiss firm in solar power generation deal

HARARE,– Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed Powerspeed Electrical has partnered Swiss clean energy firm, Meeco Group to...

Mutizwa ‘Politics: business’s arch enemy’

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s political landscape is the biggest risk affecting the performance of business, the first...

Mujuru, A Vice President at the deep end


ZIMBABWE’S Vice President, or VeePee (VP), as she is often called, Mrs Joice Mujuru, is in an extremely unenviable More...

Zimbabwe: Struggles after the struggle

In his book, Struggles within the Struggle, Masiphula Sithole clearly stated that the contradictions within the armed struggle would likely play..

Colcom – when vertical integration works

HARARE,– Great investors distinguish themselves by their ability to identify excellent businesses that incessantly endure the vagaries and vicissitudes of the..

Zambia’s President Scott suspended as ruling party leader


LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambia’s ruling Patriotic Front said on Friday it had suspended President Guy More...

Zimbabwe permit applicants can go home

Cape Town – Zimbabweans who have applied for the new special dispensation permit can go home and return to South Africa..

Sata’s widow joins Zambian presidential race

LUSAKA – The widow of Zambia’s last president has joined nine other candidates seeking to replace him by running for the..

Mugeyi seeks AmaZulu turnaround

Football - Absa Premiership 2013/14 - AmaZulu v Golden Arrows - Princess Magogo Stadium - Durban AmaZulu caretaker coach Wilfred Mugeyi is hoping that Platinum Stars’ upcoming Telkom Knockout Cup Final will distract them when they come..

Cops murder kombi driver over spot fine

police MARONDERA – Five police officers accused of murdering a commuter omnibus driver over a spot fine altercation have been granted US$100..

Lawyers challenge exams re-sit

The Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA) has filed an application in the High Court in terms of Section 85 of the..

New mobile voice tariffs a win-win deal for operators, users – Potraz

HARARE,– The introduction of new mobile voice tariffs will benefit network users and service providers equally, an official with the Postal..

Illegal drugs flood market as cost of medicines soar – MCAZ

HARARE,– Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) says the country has a thriving black market for medicines as the high cost..