South Africa rivals hit back at Trevor Ncube


SOUTH Africa’s Independent Newspapers’ group on Wednesday accused Mail & Guardian (M&G) owner, Zimbabwean Trevor Ncube of telling an “odd bare-faced lie”. “Mr Ncube has More...

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South Africa rivals hit back at Trevor Ncube


SOUTH Africa’s Independent Newspapers’ group on Wednesday accused Mail & Guardian (M&G) owner, Zimbabwean Trevor Ncube of telling an “odd bare-faced lie”. “Mr More...

Scramble for citizenship, Enquiries flood, RG’s office overwhelmed


HARARE – There is a scramble for Zimbabwean citizenship by different nationalities the world over in the wake of the adoption of the new Constitution which allows dual More...

Tsvangirai takes party fight to UK

Morgan Tsvangirai

HARARE – Opposition leader and MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai will, this week, take the acrimonious fight for control of the opposition party to Britain. Tsvangirai More...


Trevor Ncube’s woes: Insiders ‘unsure of AMH’s future’

Johannesburg -Insiders at Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), Mail & Guardian publisher Trevor Ncube’s Zimbabwe newspaper company, say senior staff have not been paid their June More...

Mugabe Catches Flack Over ‘Economic Revival’ Remark

HARARE – President Robert Mugabe came under a barrage of fire from the opposition and ordinary Zimbabweans Monday after claiming the country’s moribund economy had started More...

Cottco – Worth more dead than alive


JOHANNESBURG,  – In our recent posts we have supported, at length, an investment strategy that’s premised on buying More...

Skilled Zimbabweans searching for greener pastures

City of Harare

SKILLED Zimbabweans, who have traditionally been comfortable earning rands, are beginning to look at destinations More...

putin EU threatens Russia with more sanctions, but words ring hollow

BRUSSELS – European Union foreign ministers threatened Russia on Tuesday with harsher sanctions over Ukraine, but...

A Malaysian expert examines a black box belonging to Malaysia Airlines MH17 during its handover from pro-Russian separatists, in Donetsk MH17 black boxes, remains handed over

DONETSK Ukraine - A train carrying the remains of many of the nearly 300 victims of the...

davies SADC to sign economic deal with European Union

JOHANNESBURG – SADC counterparts are on the verge of signing a new and improved economic partnership...

Treasury to monitor FDI stats as investors bypass empowerment law


HARARE, – Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa says treasury will step up efforts to monitor foreign direct More...

Debt offset drives H1 mining royalties, concerns remain over company closures

HARARE, – Mining royalties for the first six months to June exceeded target by 45 percent to $112,6 million, but concerns..

Zimbabwe’s retail sector facing decline in revenue inflows

ESTABLISHED retailers are facing a decline in revenue as a result of limited and constrained consumer disposable incomes, stockbrokers have said...

Apple revenue lags Street’s view despite strong China growth

The gold colored version of the new iPhone 5S is seen after Apple Inc's media event in Cupertino

SAN FRANCISCO - Apple Inc posted a smaller-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, but More...

Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise after hours

SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp said it aims to get its loss-making Nokia phone unit to break even within two years, helping its..

Apple asks suppliers to produce up to 80 million large-screen iPhones: WSJ

Apple Inc has asked suppliers to manufacture between 70 million and 80 million of its two forthcoming large-screen iPhones by the..
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Is Zimbabwe dollar on way back?

HARARE - There are renewed fears that the government may be considering re-introducing the discarded and much-derided Zimbabwe dollar after Finance and..

Teachers flee school after their homes are mysteriously pelted with stones

TEACHERS at Musita Primary School, Masakadza area in Gokwe North, have reportedly fled the school after their homes were mysteriously pelted..

Zimbabweans Mourn Death of AIDS Conference Delegates

MELBOURNE, Australia - The 20th International AIDS Conference entered its second day Monday in Melbourne, Australia, with delegates paying tribute to some colleagues..