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Dabengwa Flown To India For Medical Attention

Zimbabwe African Peoples Union (ZAPU) leader Dumiso Dabengwa has left for India to seek medical attention over an undisclosed ailment. Dabengwa who according to ZAPU Spokesperson Iphithule Thembani Maphosa has been unwell since December last year and had earlier complained of fatigue. “The trip, which was planned since he was in South Africa a few […]

POTRAZ Rubbishes Reports Zim Has Most Expensive Data Service

Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) has dismissed reports that Zimbabwe has the most expensive data service in the world. According to the report, a gigabyte of data in Zimbabwe costs $75.20. However, POTRAZ in a press statement dismissed the report saying it did not represent Zimbabwe’s situation even during the period the […]

Agribank Profits Up, As Bank Focus On Tier 1 Capitalization

Financial services provider, Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe (Agribank) recorded profits for the third year running, surging 63 percent for the year ending 31 December 2018 to $ 12.9 million as compared to $ 7.9 million recorded the previous year. This was due to increased transactions from the ICT delivery channels and electronic banking coupled […]

DeMbare Fire Chigowe, Appoint Chihoro, Sadomba Acting Coaches

Beleaguered Harare giants, Dynamos have fired head coach Lloyd “Mablanyo” Chigowe and his assistants following a poor run in the new Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season. However, an emergency meeting held this morning in the capital  moved swiftly to appoint trusted son Edward “Duduza” Sadomba and Richard Chihoro as  interim coaches. The decision to […]

Violence Erupts At Rufaro, As Herentials School DeMbare

Once again, violence reared its ugly head when Dynamos supporters turned against their last season saviour Lloyd “Mablanyo” Chigowe demanding his resignation after a poor show at Rufaro. DeMbare lost 1-0 to a determined Herentials outfit. Armed police details had to intervene to quill the ensuing situation as fuming supporters bayed for Mablanyo’s blood. An […]

Reconciliation Commission Says Its Chairperson Was Misquoted On Gukurahundi Report

The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission has distanced itself from claims by its chairperson Justice Sello Nare that the Chihambakwe and Dumbutshena commission reports on Gukurahundi atrocities perpetrated by the fifth brigade in Matebeleland and parts of the Midlands was nowhere to be found. Posting on Twitter, NPRC said they have never discussed about the […]

IMF Bail Out Mozambique With $120 Million Towards Cyclone Idai Recovery Efforts

The International Monetary Fund board on Friday approved an $118.2 million credit that will be rushed out for cyclone-devastated Mozambique to help with the recovery efforts. The zero-interest, 10-year loan will help shore up the country’s budget amid the reconstruction efforts after the massive damage caused last month by Cyclone Idai, the IMF said in […]

Mliswa Strikes Again, Says Chitando Not Taking Mining Sector Anywhere

Norton legislator Temba Mliswa has fired salvo at Mines minister Winstone Chitando charging that the mining sector will not go anywhere with him at the helm. In a Twitter thread posted yesterday, Mliswa accused Chitando of corruption saying investors are not prepared to come to Zimbabwe to pay for deals. “No procurement or transaction took […]