Zimbabwe: Why Europe Banned AirZim
The European Commission ban on Air Zimbabwe was precipitated by the failure by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) to follow up on progress made by the airline to… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Furore As Fake Cement Invades Market
Unscrupulous cement dealers have emerged in the construction industry threatening to unleash havoc that could ultimately destroy confidence and the very existence of many a player… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'No One Owns Command Agriculture'
Policy Co-ordination minister, Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday said the context of command agriculture was part of the broad ZimAsset government policy and had not been extended to… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Tokwe Mukosi - Mugabe's 'Dry' Speech
It was a case of waiting very long for very little to the thousands of villagers who travelled long distances from all the corners of Masvingo for the official commissioning of… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Exported Baby Elephants Distraught
Last year, more than 30 baby elephants were taken out of their natural habitats and with the blessings from the government and the Zimbabwe Parks & Wildlife Authority… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Mugabe's Undiplomatic Angry Outbursts Led to Economic Crisis'
Joice Mujuru yesterday said the Zanu PF government was now bankrupt of ideas to turn around the country, which she said has been isolated from the rest of the world by President… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Epworth - Where Filth, Crime Are a Way of Life
Residents of Epworth, a grossly underdeveloped dormitory of Harare situated on the eastern periphery of the capital, continue to live under shocking and deplorable conditions which… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Chitungwiza Reinstates Axed Director
The recently-appointed commission to run the affairs of Chitungwiza has reinstated axed director of urban planning services, Conrad Muchesa. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Formal Sector Business On the Decline
THE formal sector in Zimbabwe is shrinking rapidly compared to the informal sector due to high taxation laden with rules, regulations and red-tape, industry officials have said. Read more »
Zimbabwe: FC Platinum Stretch Unbeaten Run
Jairos Tapera finally returned to the Yadah FC dugout but his presence was not able to inspire his side as FC Platinum stretched their unbeaten run to eight matches to surge to the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Duncan Eyes Junior Rowing Champs
St George's College student Stuart Duncan has set sights on qualifying for the 2017 Junior World Rowing championships set for Trakai, Lithuania 2017 World Rowing in September and… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Gospel Artist Munodawafa Comes of Age
Gospel artist and keyboardist Munyaradzi Munodawafa, who rose to stardom at the age of 10 through his song Shandisa Chipo Chako, will next Saturday launch his sixth album titled… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Knives Out for Rapper Stunner
Motor-mouth rapper Desmond "Stunner" Chideme needs to mind his own business and stop lying, video director Vusa "Blaqs" Hlatshwayo has said. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Ruby Lynn Has Own Way of Enhancing Beauty
Zimbabwean and Australia-based Ruby Lynn is a unique beautician who has come up with her own make-up range. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Women Cricket Team Look to End On a High
THE Zimbabwe women's cricket team would be aiming to finish with a flourish when they face Ireland in the third place playoff match of the ongoing women's quadrangular series in… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Property Firms Adjust to Economic Downturn
Players in the property sector are developing packages to suit low-income earners as they chase the elusive dollar owing to the prevailing harsh economic environment. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Does Smoking Cannabis Lead to Better Performance?
Ali G -- a British comedian -- sporting dreadlocks and smoking ganja approaches the police commissioner and asks, "Yeh man, Mr Officer, is it really a crime to smoke herb on the… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Merrymakers to Be 'Lost' At Bush Party
BULAWAYO party lovers are set to be treated to a unique, wild and interesting party concept dubbed Lets Get Lost hosted by Heritage Stream Safaris. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Upcoming Afro-jazz Artist Mtunzi Falls in Love With The Saxophone
Upcoming Afro-jazz artist Vusumuzi Mtunzi says he fell in love with the saxophone the moment he was introduced to the instrument by his father when he was in Form 2, and since… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Gukurahundi Could Bring Future Upheaval'
Controversial MDC lawmaker Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is at it again; this time warning of future social upheaval over the emotive Gukurahundi issue. Misihairabwi-Mushonga is… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Jefferies Living His Dream
EVERYTHING seems to be falling into place for motor racing driver Axcil Jefferies who continues to lift the Zimbabwean flag high at the global stage. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Boabab Test for Chidzambwa
In-form ZPC Kariba, who are on a five match winning streak, will be put to the test when they visit Ngezi Platinum Star's fortress, Boabab Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Did Land Reform Create Authoritarian Structures?
In recent weeks, Toendepi Shonhe rigorously constructed and forcefully articulated his argument on land, elections and opposition politics in Zimbabwe. The evidently malicious… Read more »
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