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Zanu PF defends ED son’s presence at State functions

While Emmerson Jr has no known role in government, Tagwireyi is a presidential advisor.
By Problem Masau 6h ago

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 7h ago

Demand for US$ salaries grows louder

WORKERS’ unions yesterday implored government and the private sector to pay United States dollar salaries with immediate effect.

Commonwealth faces tough dilemma over Zimbabwe

Canada, too, is declining to say whether Zimbabwe should be readmitted to the Commonwealth, although its diplomats have been discussing the issue informally for months.
By Globe And Mail 21h ago

ED in Equatorial Guinea

Mnangagwa was accompanied by several ministers, business people and other dignitaries.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 8, 2023

Zanu PF shooting self in the foot

These individuals have come up with this most outrageous scheme to prevent people who may vote for the opposition from exercising their right to vote.
By Newsday Feb. 8, 2023

PVOs Bill: Death knell to livelihoods

By signing the Bill into law, the President will be further shrinking civic space, suffocating development aid, smothering humanitarian support, and outlawing targeted NGOs.
By Phillip Nyasha Fungurai Feb. 8, 2023

Zanu PF factional fights exposed

Last week, Chinomona accused Nyakuedzwa of gross misconduct and disrupting party elections last year.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 8, 2023

Zim crying out for political remaking

Given the perpetual grinding poverty, anyone with a conscience commiserates with Zimbabweans on listening to the song.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Feb. 8, 2023