August 29

  • Zimbabwe: Smallholder Farmers Hailed

    The Herald

    Acting Minister of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Dr Olivia Muchena has hailed smallholder farmers for contributing immensely to the economy by increasing... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mixed Views Over Teacher Incentives

    The Herald

    PARLIAMENTARIANS in the National Assembly on Tuesday expressed mixed views on the issue of incentives for teachers and holiday lessons with some MPs calling on Government to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Machete Thugs Attack Shurugwi School Head

    New Zimbabwe

    A SHURUGWI primary school teacher was left hospitalised after he was attacked by a gang of machete-wielding thugs on Wednesday night. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 14 Year-Old Arrested for Sex With Cow

    New Zimbabwe

    A 14-YEAR-OLD Headlands boy was arrested last Sunday for bestiality. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Lady Squanda Finds a Father

    New Zimbabwe

    CONTROVERSIAL Zimdancehall chanter and loose cannon Sandra Gazi, popularly known as Lady Squanda, has finally found her biological father and visited the family rural home for the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Is the Revolutionary Party Imploding or Getting Stronger? [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    WHEN Lenin died in 1924, everybody expected Trotsky to take over the leadership. Instead, Stalin schemed his way into power, using his position as general secretary in a series of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Masawara Seek to Seal TA Acquisition

    New Zimbabwe

    LONDON-LISTED investment company Masawara PLC is looking to complete the acquisition of TA Holdings for about $20 million the company revealed this week. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Monetary Policy to Strengthen Financial Sector

    Financial Gazette

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya has announced new measures aimed at maintaining the stability of the financial sector and improve the overall... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Green Fuel Sets Up New Ethanol Plant in Zambia

    Zimbabwe Independent

    LOCAL tycoon Billy Rautenbach's Green Fuel company is setting up an ethanol project in Zambia after being frustrated by government in his plans to set up a second plant in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Business Leaders Disappointed By Exclusion From Mugabe's China Trip

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE country's business sector is baffled and disappointed by its exclusion from President Robert Mugabe's trip to China aimed at breathing life into the economy. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: RBZ Struggles to Pay Water Bill

    Zimbabwe Independent

    In a development which symbolises Zimbabwe's liquidity crunch, the Harare City Council recently cut off water supply for more than two weeks to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: RBZ Cannot Implement Monetary Policy

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Earlier this week, the newly appointed Governor of the Reserve Bank, John Mangudya, quietly released his first monetary policy statement. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Confronts Mavhaire Over Factionalism

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Zanu PF succession debacle came to the fore at a cabinet meeting a fortnight ago amid revelations President Robert Mugabe confronted Energy minister Dzikamai Mavhaire, accusing... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Banks Get Govt Reprieve On Indigenisation

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE Zimbabwean government has agreed to a somewhat soft stance on indeginisation of banks amid indications it has abandoned its one-size-fits all approach compelling players in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Four Commit Suicide At Midlands University

    New Zimbabwe

    THREE students and a staff member at Midlands State University (MSU) committed suicide in one semester between March and August this year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mangongo Picks Hondo, James

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach Steve Mangongo has picked Douglas Hondo and Wayne James as his assistants to complete the new technical set up. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Masimba Holdings Performance Rises

    Zimbabwe Independent

    CONTRACTING firm Masimba Holdings Ltd (Masimba) sees a strong performance in the second half of 2014 mainly buoyed by the company's manufacturing division, Proplastics. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: China Consolidates Stranglehold On Zim [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ON arrival at the Harare International Airport entrance terminal visitors to the Southern African country, a former British colony led by a president who has been described by some... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF and Dearth of Media Freedom [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    The media has an imperative role to play in shaping the societies in which we live. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: U.S.$700 Million Bad Loans Choke Zim Economy

    Zimbabwe Independent

    BALLOONING non-performing loans (NPLs) in the banking sector have become an albatross around the fragile economy's neck as they threaten financial stability and growth amid... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Zim's Own Jiang Qing [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    The entrance of Zimbabwe's First Lady Grace Mugabe into politics may have come as a surprise to many, but it is not unprecedented; her predecessor was very active in Zanu PF's... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SK Moyo Fights for VP Post

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZANU PF national chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo is scheduled to hold a meeting next week with provincial chairpersons and political commissars from the Matabeleland region amid... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Must Learn From China [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was in China this week to meet his counterpart Xi Jinping at a time when the local economy is on a tailspin. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Councils in Catch-22 Over Defaulters

    Zimbabwe Independent

    BROKE local authorities across the country last week made a controversial announcement saying they are going to slash by 40-50% debt that has been accrued by commercial, industrial... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC-T Must Focus On Reforms Not Squabbles [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE MDC-T is preoccupied with squabbling about its latest split proposed amendments to its constitution to trim powers of the secretary-general while consolidating those of the... Read more »

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