Shady characters around ED
Born Uebert Mudzanire, Angel allegedly describes himself as Mnangagwa’s chief diplomat with powers to sign treaties on behalf of the president.
By Problem Masau 7h ago
Citizens urged to shun political violence
Mnangagwa, who was conferred with Freedom of the City status by Gweru City Council, said political parties should preach peace.
By Stephen Chadenga 7h ago
Changing political face in Manicaland
Zanu PF information director Tafadzwa Mugwadi had the last laugh after defeating the incumbent Saul “Baba Stembeni” Nzuma in Buhera West.
By Kenneth Nyangani 16h ago
PVO Bill: NGOs, political activists fear crackdown
NGO leaders last week Friday met Mnangagwa privately at the State House to try to convince him not to sign the bill into law.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu 22h ago
Hefty taxes a heavy toll on business
Over US$42 billion had been wiped out through mismanagement a decade earlier, after inflation surged to a terrifying 500 billion percent in 2008
By The Zimbabwe Independent Mar. 31, 2023
Energy indaba a landmark event for Zim
Running under the theme of "Managing the Future — Clean Energy Possibilities,” the four-day conference was officially opened by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 31, 2023
US embassy slams door on sanctioned firms
In responses to questions posed by this publication, the US embassy said two years before Tagwirei and Sakunda’s designation, Washington had stopped purchasing fuel from the firm.
By Tinashe Kairiza Mar. 31, 2023
ED demands re-run in violence hotspots
Addressing journalists after the politburo meeting last night, Zanu PF spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa said Mnangagwa was very clear on the issue of violence.
By Kenneth Nyangani Mar. 31, 2023
Zim ready for credible, free polls: ED
Speaking at a conference hosted by a group calling itself Pastors for ED In Harare, Mnangagwa urged the church to pray for peace.
By Problem Masau Mar. 30, 2023
Bulawayo firms shed 32 000 jobs
By Silas Nkala
Mar. 31, 2023
Beam students can only register 6 subjects: Govt
Mar. 31, 2023