August 01

  • Zimbabwe: Grace Factor Rocks Mujuru Camp

    Zimbabwe Independent

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe's entrance into Zanu PF politics as the party's Women's League boss has shaken Vice-President Joice Mujuru's camp, which seemed to have taken a lead in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Maintains Freeze Despite Mugabe Vow

    Zimbabwe Independent

    GOVERNMENT will maintain its freeze on employment in the civil service to cut costs despite President Robert Mugabe's recent encouragement to open posts in the health sector. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: First Lady's Politics Emergence Rattles Vice-President Base

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE surprise emergence of First Lady Grace Mugabe in Zanu PF politics has rocked Vice-President Joice Mujuru's bid to control critical structures of the party ahead of its elective... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Unfreezes Health Posts

    The Herald

    Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa has said Government will soon start recruiting nurses and other health professionals following the unfreezing of posts in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Less Politics, More Economic Development [editorial]

    The Herald

    LAST year's watershed election on July 31 ushered in a new Government and with it the hope that the economy will take the centre stage. However, a year later it is the politics... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: News Agency Might Sue for False Mugabe Story

    CAJ News

    CENTRE for African Journalists (CAJ) News, the continent's premier news service provider, distanced itself from a report trending on social networks claiming Zimbabwean President... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Actor in Big Brother Controversy

    New Zimbabwe

    IT seems Pokello Nare's attempt and success at using her naughty girl antics backed by a leaked sex tape with renowned rapper Desmond Stunner Chideme has inspired other wayward... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CAPS Director Quits

    The Herald

    CAPS United were rocked yesterday when influential board member Lewis Uriri quit his post -- exactly seven months after being unveiled as part of a six-man crew whose mandate was... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Leaford Opens Engineering Division

    The Herald

    Bulawayo based heavy duty electrical manufacturing and engineering firm, Leaford Electric Rewinds has opened an engineering division meant to complement the company's intention to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Economic Recovery Still a Challenge

    The Herald

    Economic analysts have commended Government for setting the tone for economic recovery through the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation and continued use... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Hope Lies in Diaspora [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    An online war is raging between Zimbabweans in the diaspora and those that are based at home. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Delta Bemoans Liquidity Crisis

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZIMBABWE'S largest beverage manufacturer Delta Corporation says volumes for larger beer and sparkling beverages have been depressed in the last quarter ended June 2014 due to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S.$4 Billion Chinese Bailout

    Zimbabwe Independent

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will this month embark on a state visit to the People's Republic of China as he desperately seeks a US$4 billion rescue package to stabilise Zimbabwe's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Things Fall Further Apart in Chitungwiza [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    DRIVING through one of Chitungwiza's suburbs, Zengeza 3 Extension, the smell of raw sewage is sharp and the rancid stench hits you in the face just as you enter the suburb. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: I'm Not Sleeping, Says Chinamasa

    Zimbabwe Independent

    IN a move that shows government has failed in its plans to turn around the economy, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has called on captains of industry to bring forward concept... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Seeks Gono Alliance

    Zimbabwe Independent

    SUCCESSION manoeuvres in Zanu PF are intensifying ahead of the party's congress in December as Justice minister Emmerson Mnangagwa moves to secure an alliance with former Reserve... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Rhetoric Haunts Chinamasa [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THESE are frantic times for Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mid-Year Budget Review Vital [column]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    FOR nearly two months, many in Zimbabwe have awaited with much concern the presentation by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa of government's 2014 mid-year Budget Review. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Implement Laws to Improve FDI - Mudenda

    Zimbabwe Independent

    SPEAKER of Parliament Jacob Mudenda has challenged the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs to have a "sense of urgency" in drafting bills that promote foreign... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Banks Indigenise

    Zimbabwe Independent

    TWO foreign banks have complied with indigenisation requirements over the last three months, signalling the easing of protracted disagreements over foreign financial institutions'... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zimplats Plans U.S.$700 Million Refinery to Meet Govt Target

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZIMBABWE'S largest platinum producer Zimbabwe Platinum Mines (Zimplats) plans to spend a combined US$690 million on base metal refinery plants as part of efforts to meet... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Battle Lines Drawn in Mash Central

    Zimbabwe Independent

    BATTLE lines have been drawn between a faction loyal to Vice-President Joice Mujuru and politburo member Saviour Kasukuwere ahead of the Mashonaland Central youth provincial... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: French Firm Partners Zim Company

    Zimbabwe Independent

    LOCAL renewable energy firm Samansco targets to report US$10 million in revenues over the next three years from the sale of solar lamps. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Economy Ain't Partying With You!' [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday afternoon hosted a function at State House "to mark the first anniversary of Zanu PF's resounding victory" in the July 31 general elections held... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Proposed Tax Regime Punitive'

    Zimbabwe Independent

    A three-month old baby was killed in Masvingo on Monday after being run over by a city council truck, sparking protest in the country's oldest city, according to media reports. Read more »

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