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After 11 years of publishing a quality weekly tabloid, next Wednesday’s issue of The Zimbabwean hard copy newspaper will be the last. ...

VP sets CIO on rivals

Zanu (PF) factional fights have taken a new turn amid claims that Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa...

Zanu (PF) blamed for continued intolerance

Political intolerance continues to blight Zimbabwean politics, according to the latest report by the Zimbabwe Peace...

Bronkhorst case postponed again

The Hwange Magistrates Court today once again postponed the trial of Theo Bronkhorst who is being...

French companies keen to invest

As relations between President Robert Mugabe’s government and the West began to thaw since last year...

Elephant skins spotted in tobacco truck

Unnamed government officials have been accused of killing 10 elephants recently, amid reports of the tuskers’...

People First stole our name

A new party called Zimbabwe First has claimed that People First - a movement set up...

Code of ethics for new media players

The Voluntary Media Council of Zimbabwe (VMCZ) has helped establish a code of ethics for new...

Confusion, corruption wreck youth fund

In 2011 the Zimbabwe Government was given US$11 million by the Old Mutual to support income-generating...

War vets want Mujuru back

The Zanu (PF) war veterans’ movement has been rocked by sharp divisions as one group is...

British official meets Zim minister

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) head of central and southern Africa, Danae Dholakia, today...

Opposition leaders jostle for piece of cake

Opposition parties continue to sprout, their leaders fighting for a stake in the future – when...

MDC-T delivers letter of protest

The MDC-T has delivered a letter of protest to the speaker of Parliament over death threats...

Too many parties

A plethora of political parties will play into Zanu (PF)’s hands, say Harare residents interviewed by...

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