July 31

  • Zimbabwe: It's Not My Fault, Says Mpofu

    The Herald

    Former Mines and Mining Development Minister Obert Mpofu yesterday distanced himself from the alleged pledge of $50 million towards the Zimunya-Marange Community Share Ownership... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Roki, Ex-Q On Bounce Back Tour

    The Herald

    Urban groove pioneers Enock "Ex-Q" Munhenga and Rockford "Roki" Josphats might have realised yet another opportunity to dominate the music scene thanks to their new hit song... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mandigora to Field Strong Side

    The Herald

    Dynamos coach David "Yogi" Mandigora has revealed that he will field his strongest side in the battle against Highlanders when they clash in the Commander Zimbabwe National Army... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe/South Africa: Chideu to Miss Big Tie

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe's Young Warriors were yesterday still sweating over the availability of key striker Thomas Chideu with chances high that he might not be available for the CAF Under-23... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Two Years of Misery and Hopelessness [press release]


    Today marks exactly two years since Robert Mugabe and his beleaguered and faction - ridden political party, Zanu PF, staged the mother of all electoral theft and rigged themselves... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Manheru On Chamisa - a Case of the Devil Getting It Right! [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    Perennial wisdom dictates that it is an effort in futility to bite the hand that feeds you. Likewise, few shed tears over the naivety of a moron who falls from a tree after cutting... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tourism a Spark of Hope in Ailing Zim Economy


    Zimbabwe has reduced growth projections for the country's gross domestic product to 1.5% from the 3.2% projected in the 2015 National Budget. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Shingi Munyeza Sued for U.S.$20 Million

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Former chief executive officers of Africa Sun and and Telecel Zimbabwe, Shingi Munyeza and Francis Mawindi respectively and their two business associates have been sued by a former... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Majority of Zimbabweans Mistrust ZEC - ZDI Survey

    Zimbabwe Independent

    The majority of Zimbabweans do not trust the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) as they believe the body is compromised and manipulates election results, according to a survey... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt to Retrench Civil Servants

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Faced with an inexorable economic meltdown and concomitant dwindling of revenues due to a shrinking tax base amid a wave of company closures and massive job losses, government is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Splurges U.S.$50 Million On Military Vehicles

    Zimbabwe Independent

    The cash-strapped Zimbabwe government has splurged about US$50 million on 633 vehicles which include all-terrain troop-carrying trucks, water cannons, buses and equipment, mostly... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Manyuchi Coach Wants Local Fight

    The Herald

    Charles Manyuchi's coach Mike Zulu says they will make efforts to get the World Boxing Council welterweight international champion fight before his home crowd in Harare if the bout... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Hundreds March Against Child Marriages

    The Herald

    Hundreds of women staged a peaceful march in Harare yesterday demanding an end to early child marriages before handing over a petition to Minister of Women's Affairs, Gender... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Hailed for Saving Cairns

    The Herald

    Government has been hailed for averting the collapse of Cairns Holdings after it advanced $1 million to the company under the Distressed Industries and Marginalised Areas... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Schools Promote Book Piracy

    The Herald

    The anti-piracy taskforce convened by the Zimbabwe International Book Fair has engaged the Primary and Secondary Education Ministry in a bid to address the problem of use of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Prochem Seeks Expansion

    The Herald

    Local manufacturing company Prochem is looking at making inroads into the southern African and COMESA markets following a $1 million investment into new machinery which ramped up... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Take Advantage of Trade Accords'

    The Herald

    Lack of knowledge on preferential trade agreements is suppressing Zimbabwe's export potential to the region and beyond. ZimTrade head of delegation to the Zambia Agriculture and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chisa Nyama Saturdays in Helensvale

    The Herald

    The leafy suburb of Helensvale in Borrowdale will tomorrow go a level higher during the weekly Chisa Nyama Saturdays at Club Xposure. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Going Beyond Cecil the Lion's Funeral Wake [column]

    The Herald

    Well, well, well! The poaching of Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil, the godfather of Hwange National Park has sparked international outrage and ignited demonstrations in yonder... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: NPA in U.S.$146 000 Rental Arrears

    The Herald

    The National Prosecuting Authority has fallen on hard times as it struggles to pay rent for Corner House Building in Harare resulting in an outstanding bill of $146 000. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nyikadzino Appeals to Corporates

    The Herald

    Chapungu coach John Nyikadzino has urged companies to sponsor football at grassroots level for Zimbabwe to produce talented players needed to help the nation scale lofty heights. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Innscor Free From CTC Penalties

    The Herald

    Innscor Africa Limited has been absolved from paying $2,5 million in penalties imposed by the Competition and Tariff Commission over the food group's merger with the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tobacco Planting Preparations Begin

    The Herald

    Preparations for the 2015/6 tobacco planting season have started with more than 645 000 grammes of tobacco seed that can cover approximately 18 000 having been sold, the Tobacco... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: On the Road With New Nissan Qashqai [column]

    The Herald

    Nissan Clover recently unveiled the all new Nissan Xtrail in Harare that coincided with the unveiling of the new Nissan Qashqai, resulting in customers being spoiled for choice. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Art Meets Business At Brands Exhibition

    The Herald

    All is set for the inaugural Zimbabwe's Best Brands Tour Exhibition to be held at the Long Chen Plaza in Harare where artistes and various organisations will have a chance to... Read more »

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