October 24

  • Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Bans Kissing and Sex

    Capital FM

    The Zimbabwe students’ union on Thursday made war not love over a new code of conduct banning students from kissing on campus at the country’s top university. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grace PhD Fraud - Interview Sheds Light

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Information showing President Robert Mugabe's wife Grace - who was last month controversially conferred a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) qualification - finished her undergraduate... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Enhance Security for Ministers On Roads [editorial]

    The Herald

    The accident involving Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday night fortunately caused no injuries although the vehicles are damaged... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mujuru Sordid Deals Revealed

    The Herald

    The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe said because of corrupt tendencies and gross incompetence, Vice President Joice Mujuru was not fit to succeed President Mugabe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Speaks Out

    The Herald

    JUSTICE, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa reported for duty yesterday morning after his doctor gave him a clean bill of health following an accident in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Politburo Meeting On Today

    The Herald

    THE crunch zanu-pf Politburo meeting that has been postponed twice this week, will finally take place today at a time party supporters expect action to be taken against some senior... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Speed Up Reforms - IMF

    The Herald

    The International Monetary Fund says Zimbabwe should fast-track the policy reform agenda in order for the country to gather support towards a strategy for clearing the $10 billion... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Resign Now, VP Told

    The Herald

    The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe has openly called on Vice President Joice Mujuru to resign or risk being fired for extortion, corruption, abuse of office and undermining the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Karikoga Kaseke Sabotages Amai's Rally

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive officer Mr Karikoga Kaseke and his wife Betty yesterday allegedly hired kombis to ferry people from Harare and Mashonaland East back to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: War Veterans Commend First Lady

    The Herald

    Veterans of Zimbabwe's liberation struggle yesterday said the use of money and deception were threatening the stability of Zanu-PF and commended the First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Call to Revisit Provincial Polls Grows

    The Herald

    There are growing calls within Zanu-PF for a revisit of provincial elections held last year after it emerged that they were organised and held on factional lines, with revelations... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZBC Opts for Out-of-Court Settlement

    The Herald

    THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation said it was now ready to engage its workers for an out-of-court settlement of the salary cut dispute. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Change the Only Constant [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    FIRST things first. Our most sincere apologies to the market for ambushing our readers and advertisers, as well as other stakeholders, last week with significant changes to our... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Fiddling as Economy Burns

    Zimbabwe Independent

    LATEST economic figures showing government sustained a US$19,5 million budget deficit, while falling short in tax revenue collections by 6,3% as of August 31 further confirm... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zupco Wage Fight Hits Major Snag

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZIMBABWE United Passenger Company (Zupco) employees' efforts to get outstanding salaries and allowances from their employer was dealt a huge blow after all members of the workers'... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Economy Now Drifting on Autopilot

    Zimbabwe Independent

    AS First Lady Grace Mugabe seems to have taken over the running of the state and government behind the scenes while President Robert Mugabe looks to have lost control to his... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chinese Experts Coming to Zim

    Zimbabwe Independent

    A TEAM of Chinese experts is due to jet into Zimbabwe next month to conduct feasibility studies which will establish whether the deals - largely described as pie in the sky -... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Onewallet Posts Massive Loss As Ecocash Thrives

    Zimbabwe Independent

    GOVERNMENT-OWNED mobile phone operator NetOne generated a paltry US$1 194 in revenue from its mobile money transfer platform OneWallet for the year-ending December 31 2012 after... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Realty Africa Eye Zimbabwe Infrastructure Projects

    Zimbabwe Independent

    REGIONAL property crowdfunding platform Realty Africa has lined up several local infrastructure projects to put online ahead of its launch in the country next month. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Rising Dominance of Shadow Banking

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Financial Stability Board which regulates financial markets practice for G20 economies defines shadow banking as lending by institutions other than banks. Universally, these... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Govt Must Firmly Tackle Corruption'

    Zimbabwe Independent

    GOVERNMENT must urgently investigate corruption cases and take action against those found guilty in order to boost confidence among international investors, economists say. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mwana Africa on Growth Path

    Zimbabwe Independent

    MWANA Africa's Zimbabwean units Freda Rebecca and Trojan Nickel Mine reported 23% and 5% production growth respectively in the quarter ended September 30 due to an increase in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Palestine Will Be Recognised [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    It's a slow process, this business of getting recognised as an independent state, but the Palestinians are making progress. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zim-Bangladesh Battle for Ranking

    Zimbabwe Independent

    There are no nicknames to Bangladesh-Zimbabwe contests, nor is the Test trophy named after famous cricketers from either side. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Economic Slide Hits Insurance Sector

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZIMBABWE'S macroeconomic challenges have resulted in the country's primary and secondary industries - including the insurance sector - taking a heavy knock. Read more »

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