Mnangagwa on helium? – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Mnangagwa on helium? – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

There is mounting hysteria in Zanu PF over South Africa’s attempt to help Zimbabwe resolve its economic and political crisis.

New farming concept offers Zimbabwean farmers higher yields

New farming concept offers Zimbabwean farmers higher yields

Reeling from the adverse effects of climate change that have seen agricultural output plummeting over the years, Zimbabwe’s smallholder farmers hope that a new conservative farming concept will maximize agricultural productivity and provide much-needed relief against climate change-induced food shortages.

Ian Khama: Zimbabwean lives matter

Ian Khama: Zimbabwean lives matter

40 years after independence in Zimbabwe the only thing that’s changed is the name of the country and leaders, in plain English, there’s a crisis in Zimbabwe

Public protector won’t let ANC off the hook despite vow to pay for Zimbabwe trip

Public protector won’t let ANC off the hook despite vow to pay for Zimbabwe trip

Cape Town – Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane will not be letting the ANC off the hook despite the ruling party declaring it will pay back the costs incurred to fly the party’s delegation, led by secretary-general Ace Magashule, to meet Zanu-PF leaders in Zimbabwe.

Thinking outside the Box

Thinking outside the Box

One of the problems of mankind, living on this small blue ball in space, is that we tend to go through life with certain accepted notions that we can almost classify as cubicles in a Changing room.

Business News ( 28-06-07)

IN an apparent move to reposition itself, Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed Circle Cement Ltd has proposed to...

Business brief (28-06-07)

Current investment advice (28-06-07)

If you had purchased Z$1,000,000.00 worth of Time Bank stock a year ago, it would be...

Why a Reformed ZANU(PF) is not the Answer to the Zimbabwean Crisis (28-06-07)

By AGO Mutambara

ZANU(PF) Succession in Context

There has been a lot of debate and discussion about the...


“Mugabe must pay for his sins” said the Zimbabwean academic and human
rights campaigner John Makumbe...

Mbeki mediations begins to pay fruits as police lifts all blanket bans on demonstrations and politic

 By Peter Kadiki
THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has shocked even its most critics by lifting the...

Zim business dwindling (27-06-07)

From Mercy Mujuru
ZIMBABWEAN business has started to dwindle just a day after the government forced...

Government set stage for a head-butt with manufactures (27-06-07)

THE Zimbabwean government has set the stage for serious clashes between manufacturers and retailers on the...

Currency crashes, so barter’s better (27-06-07)

Zimbabweans are switching to barter, payment in kind and the use of foreign currencies, such as...

Change of currency (27-06-07)

FOREIGN currency dealers who had been reaping huge returns when the dollar crushed by and average...

Mugabe seriously off topic at Gunda’s funeral (27-06-07)

PRESI ENT Robert Mugabe said government would immediately take over companies which continue to raise prices...

2000 nurses quit (26-06-07)

More than 2000 nurses have quit their jobs in the last two months as government has...

Parly thwarts EU trip (26-06-07)

The Zanu (PF) regime has blocked the MDC spokesman, Nelson Chamisa, from attending an ACP/EU summit...