March 26

  • Zimbabwe: New Political Order Imminent, Mandaza

    New Zimbabwe

    ACADEMIC and political analyst, Dr Ibbo Mandaza, says Zimbabweans should brace themselves for a brighter future to be ushered in courtesy of the "porosity" and "confusion" in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zifa Boss Cornered

    Financial Gazette

    AT least 25 members of the ZIFA Assembly this week endorsed a proposal to convene an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM), where the beleaguered ZIFA president, Cuthbert Dube, is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Source News Agency Raided

    New Zimbabwe

    THE Deputy Sheriff early Thursday swooped on a news agency The Source over a story that involves telecommunications giant, Econet Wireless. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Noic Acquires U.S.$3,6 Million Fuel Depot

    Financial Gazette

    STATE-owned National Oil Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe (NOICZ) has acquired a fuel depot in Bulawayo for US$3,6 million, as it moves to push its products in the southern and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Edgars Profit Increases to U.S.$5,2 Million

    Financial Gazette

    EDGARS Stores recorded a net profit of US$5,2 million for the 53 weeks ended January 10, 2015, a 22 percent increase over the profit for the same period last year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Riots Mirror Decaying Economy

    Financial Gazette

    "THE sick man of Europe," is a caricature whose origin is often attributed to Russian Tsar Nicholas the First. It is a hand-me-down term for falling empires.The derogatory term is... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fired UZ Pro-Vice Chancellor to Be Re-Instated

    Financial Gazette

    THE University of Zimbabwe (UZ) has been ordered by the Labour Court to re-instate without loss of salary and benefits acting pro-vice chancellor for one of the institution's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Diamond Exports Decline

    Financial Gazette

    ZIMBABWE'S annual diamond exports declined to 5,9 million carats last year from 8,9 million carats in 2013 after exhaustion of alluvial diamonds in Marange, figures from the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Byo Requires U.S.$115 Million for Roads Rehabilitation

    Financial Gazette

    THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has said it requires US$115 million to rehabilitate the country's dilapidated roads, which have been in a state of neglect for many years. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dancehall Fiesta in Rusape

    The Herald

    The sleepy town of Rusape is bracing for an all-night Zim dancehall fiesta at Vengere Stadium this Saturday featuring more than 10 top artistes and six sound systems fronted by... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T Councillor Faces Assault Charge

    The Herald

    A Gweru MDC-T councillor has appeared in court after he allegedly assaulted a council workers' committee representative during a hearing into the case of an employee charged with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: China's Defence Minister Arrives

    The Herald

    China's State Councillor and Defence Minister General Chang Wanquan arrived in Harare yesterday to operationalise the implementation of mega deals signed during President Mugabe's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Commodity Broker Nabbed in Magaya Vehicle Scam

    The Herald

    A commodity broker who allegedly connived with the managing director of Oceane Perfumes to import a vehicle for Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Prophet... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Can Pensioners Have Confidence in Ipec?

    The Herald

    In announcing the Government decision to set up a Commission of Inquiry to investigate whether pensioners were entitled correct benefits from pension and insurance contracts,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Munodawafa Up for Maintenance

    The Herald

    GOSPEL artiste and keyboard wizard Munyaradzi Munodawafa is being sued by his ex-wife who is claiming $500 in maintenance for their five-year-old child. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Ex-Tsholotsho MP Speaks After 'Mute' Spell in Parly

    The Herald

    Former Tsholotsho North MP Mrs Roselyn Nkomo - usually addressed as "ma'am" by her supporters - was mum throughout her 18-month stint in Parliament. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Seed Policies Proposed

    The Herald

    Government has been urged to come up with legislation that recognises the rights of smallholder farmers to save, use and freely exchange indigenous seed varieties to boost yields,... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Royal Bank Former Directors Face Legal Action

    The Herald

    Royal Bank creditors and depositors yesterday authorised the bank's liquidator to institute legal proceedings against former directors suspected of fleecing the bank. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Comedian Chigubu for Malawi Festival

    The Herald

    Bulawayo-based stand-up comedian and actor Clive Chigubu is set to perform in Malawi at the Solomonic Theatre Festival next month. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Witness Accused of 'Cooking Up' Evidence

    The Herald

    The lawyer representing Johanne Masowe eChishanu apostolic sect leader Madzibaba Ishmael Chokurongerwa yesterday accused a State witness of misleading the court before producing a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: TB - When Adherence Matters

    The Herald

    A little black pot and a stainless steel kettle rest on a two-plate electric stove in a small poorly ventilated room. It is 10 in the morning and Primrose Dzangare of Jo'burg Lines... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Pasuwa's Big Win

    The Herald

    PREMIERSHIP history-making coach Callisto Pasuwa had the proverbial last laugh yesterday when he won his labour dispute against Dynamos, with the Zimbabwe soccer kings conceding... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Two Athletes Gear Up for World Champs

    The Herald

    NATIONAL Athletics Association of Zimbabwe president, Tendai Tagara has expressed confidence in the two athletes who will represent the nation at the World Cross Country... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Renewal MPs Recall Exposes MDC-T Folly

    The Herald

    MDC-T is at sixes and sevens over its participation in the by-elections. They resolved at their special congress held in November last year to boycott any election until the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S $58 Million Lawsuit for ZBC Bigwigs

    The Herald

    The Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, together with the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, have filed a lawsuit demanding $58 million from the public... Read more »

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