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Mnangagwa to be sworn in as president on Friday

HARARE- Zimbabwe's former vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa will be sworn in as president on Friday marking a new era for a country dominated by Robert Mugabe whose swift downfall this week ended near...

By Staff reporter | Published: 8 hours ago

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Mnangagwa rises as Mugabe falls

The curtain finally came down on President Robert Mugabe's 37-year rule, as he resigned with immediate effect yesterday, triggering massive celebrations across the country.Mugabe had been under siege ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 9 hours ago

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Wild cheers as dictator falls

Dictator Robert Mugabe finally resigned yesterday, ending his 37-year rule of Zimbabwe after the country's ousted Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa - dubbed "The Crocodile" - ordered him to quit.Zimba...

By Daily Mail | Published: 9 hours ago

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Zanu-PF nominates Mnangagwa for President

The ruling party Zanu-PF has nominated Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa to fill the vacancy of President following President Mugabe's resignation on 21 November 2017. Speaker of Parliament Advocate Jacob M...

By Staff reporter | Published: 9 hours ago

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Mugabe resigns

President Robert Mugabe has submitted his resignation after nearly four decades as the country's leader.Mugabe defied demands to step down for almost a week after a military takeover and expulsion fro...

By Staff reporter | Published: 9 hours ago

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US to remove Zimbabwe sanctions?

The United States said Tuesday that President Robert Mugabe's resignation offers Zimbabwe's people a "historic opportunity" for change and could help end its isolation on the world stage.Washington ha...

By AFP | Published: 9 hours ago

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ZCTU, govt clash over interference

THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has confronted government over its failure to streamline ministerial powers that interfere with trade union activities in the draft of the amended Labour A...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 October 2017

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Chombo to review fuel levies

Finance and Economic Development  Minister, Dr Ignatious Chombo said on Wednesday government might, in the forthcoming 2018 national budget, review fuel taxes which make the commodity more expens...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 October 2017

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Reprieve for Mutare vendors

Vendors in Mutare got a temporary reprieve on Monday after Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Mandi Chimene instructed council and police to allow them to sell their wares from the ed...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 October 2017

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'Mugabe's economic vandalism unpardonable'

The myriad of challenges bedevilling Zimbabwe today are essentially man-made, a senior Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) official has said.Addressing a press conference on the state of Zimbabwean economy in Har...

By Staff reporter | Published: 18 October 2017

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Mugabe, Grace bleed Zimbabwe dry

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe flew out to Uruguay, while his Zanu PF party youths are in Russia, both using Air Zimbabwe's long-haul planes, leaving the national flag carrier with only one aircraft that sou...

By Staff reporter | Published: 18 October 2017

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'Zimbabwe unknown in China'

CHINESE ambassador to Zimbabwe Huang Ping says the southern African country is virtually unknown in the Asian country, despite the country spending millions of dollars over the past decade marketing i...

By Staff reporter | Published: 05 October 2017

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Westerners hid Zim mineral exploration maps

Western mining experts hid exploration maps on Zimbabwe's mineral resource base during the colonial era but the country is slowly discovering its worth in terms of underground wealth, First Lady Dr G...

By Staff reporter | Published: 05 October 2017

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Bank managers sucked in $200m fraud saga

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission has opened a large-scale investigation into externalisation and fraud allegations involving about US$200 million against directors and managers of six failed ba...

By Staff reporter | Published: 02 October 2017

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There is no currency crisis in Zimbabwe, claims minister

Fears of a return to the hyperinflation era that preceded the introduction of the multi-currency system in 2009 were heightened in the past fortnight when the value of bond notes tumbled on the parall...

By Staff reporter | Published: 02 October 2017

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Grace Mugabe's son feasts on mining deal windfall

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe's first born son, Russell Goreraza (33), and his business partner Valentine Gaucho imported seven top-of-the-range vehicles worth about US$2,5 million after brokering a controv...

By Staff reporter | Published: 22 September 2017

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Chinamasa in fuel scandal

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa, through the ministry's permanent secretary Willard Manungo, last year illegally granted permission to a private mining company to import 12 million litres of fuel d...

By Staff reporter | Published: 22 September 2017

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Discord in AAG over gold claims

The national leadership of the Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has broken ranks with its Bulawayo chapter over the decision by city fathers in the second largest city to allocate gold claims to town cl...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 September 2017

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Ministers derail NRZ revival

The $400 million deal to recapitalize the National Railways of Zimbabwe has been thrown into jeopardy, after rival suitors for the parastatal, fronted by Cabinet ministers, launched a last minute bid ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 September 2017

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US govt working on normalising ties with Zim

United States of America President, Mr Donald Trump's administration is working on improving trade with Zimbabwe.The US Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Harry K Thomas Jnr, yesterday said the administration wa...

By Staff reporter | Published: 21 September 2017

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Mugabe rescues Tsvangirai?

Mystery surrounds MDC president Morgan Tsvangirai's emergency trip to South Africa amid swirling speculation that President Robert Mugabe's government paid for his chartered medical ambulance.Highly-p...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 September 2017

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Tsvangirai's MDC to repeal indigenisation law

Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC says it will repeal a law to force the transfer of foreign-owned firms to local ownership if it wins power in the 2018 elections.MDC shadow Finance minister Tapiwa Mashakada sa...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 September 2017

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'Business interface with Mugabe fruitful'

THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has described its meeting with President Robert Mugabe last week as fruitful, despite criticism that the business delegation failed to robustly engage hi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 14 September 2017

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Zim indigenization amendment hopes dashed

HOPES that the Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Act would be amended before next year's elections were this week dashed after President Robert Mugabe skirted the law in his legislative agenda f...

By Staff reporter | Published: 14 September 2017

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Mugabe gobbles $10m on UN trip

OPPOSITION parties and civic groups have expressed outrage at reports that President Robert Mugabe's delegation of more than 70 people to the forthcoming United Nations General Assembly will blow ove...

By Staff reporter | Published: 14 September 2017
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