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Zim scraping the barrel for friends, investors

The visit last week by the Belarus President Aleksander Lukashenko and his business delegation points to the friends President Emmerson Mnangagwa keeps.
By Trevor Ncube 6h ago

Political Parties (Finance) Act unpacked

Financing of political parties is a very key component in elections.

Grave robber hunt launched in SA after corpse stolen

Police in South Africa have launched an investigation and appealed for witnesses following the theft of a corpse from a grave.
By Bbc News 22h ago

Towards free, fair Zim elections

The State also has a responsibility to guarantee that the proper administrative and legislative procedures have been implemented to prevent electoral violence and other electoral malpractices.
By Nyasha F Tsikwa Feb. 8, 2023

Kaputen preaches morality in latest gospel-mbira album

In Kuvakidzana, the singer envisages a better society where people live harmoniously and develop a strong chemistry through the love of God.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 7, 2023

South Africa’s biggest cement firm mulls sale of Zimbabwe unit

The PPC unit in Zimbabwe has attracted interest from a local company involved in road construction and home building, the people said.
By Bloomberg News Feb. 7, 2023

'Lack of job opportunities' drives Africa's jihadists, UN report finds

Deaths worldwide from terrorism have declined over the past five years, but attacks south of the Sahara have more than doubled since 2016, the UNDP said.
By News 24 Feb. 7, 2023

All systems go for Zimbabwe, says Mthuli Ncube

Finance minister Mthuli Ncube said the country’s economic fundamentals were sound and forecast healthy growth in the next five years.
By African Business Feb. 5, 2023

Mnangagwa must reject bill

The PVO Act itself had been deemed to limit civil liberties by the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights.
By The Standard Feb. 5, 2023