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MH17 follows a pattern   - 18 Hours ago
Editor's note: Mark Kramer is director of the Cold War Studies Program at Harvard University and Senior Fellow of Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. The opinions expressed in this
  
    



Shootdown follows an ominous pattern   - 18 Hours ago
Editor's note: Mark Kramer is director of the Cold War Studies Program at Harvard University and Senior Fellow of Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. The opinions expressed in this
  
    




Media mudslinging: M&G versus Independent Newspapers   - 4 Hours ago
The spat between the Mail & Guardian and Independent Newspapers took a new turn this week when the weekly’s owner, Trevor Ncube, decided to respond himself to rumours that his newspaper is experiencing
  
    



Are we too poor or too stupid? - Part Two   - 6 Hours ago
Details Category: Stories Published on Thursday, 24 July 2014 09:30 Written by Charles Rukuni Hits: 75 While Malema's message resonated with his South African audience who went on to make his
  
    



Zimbabwe: A Disaster in the Making   - 5 Hours ago
ELSWHERE in the current edition of Financial Gazette, we carry the story about Zimbabwe's dwindling wheat production figures, which will this year hit an all-time low of about 10 000 tonnes. This is sad
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Fresh bid to oust Israeli ambassador   - 17 Hours ago
ABOUT 400 people took to the streets of Harare on Wednesday demanding the immediate expulsion of Israel’s ambassador to Zimbabwe following his country’s military crackdown in Gaza. The protesters included
  
    


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Gumbura takes bail fight to Supreme Court   - 17 Hours ago
CONVICTED pastor-cum-rapist Robert Gumbura has made yet another attempt to secure freedom by challenging at the Supreme Court the dismissal of his application for bail pending appeal by the High Court.
  
    



Civil society readies for economy demos   - 17 Hours ago
CIVIC society group, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition, says it will soon take to the streets to demand that President Robert Mugabe’s government puts an end to the current economic crisis. The coalition’s
  
    



Rebranded CABS gets $45m for fresh loans   - 17 Hours ago
ZIMBABWE’S biggest mortgage lender, Central African Building Society (CABS) says it has secured $45 million in lines of credit from international financiers for mortgage finance and for lending to the
  
    


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Mine Entra roars into life   - 17 Hours ago
THE 19th edition of Mine Entra, a specialised international exhibition for the mining, engineering and transport sectors, opened in Bulawayo Wednesday with more international exhibitors participating
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Sables aim for big upset in Russia   - 5 Hours ago
Zimbabwe rugby national team, The Sables, in play offs for a World Cup spot. BRENDON Dawson, the Zimbabwe national 15s rugby team coach will lead the Sables to Russia for next month’s International
  
    



‘Harare water loan entrusted to incompetent people’   - 5 Hours ago
Men at work at Morton Jeffrey Water Works: Picture: WATSON OFUMELI. THE US$144,4 million loan extended to the City of Harare by the Export and Import Bank of China (EximBank) for water and sewer plant
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Zimbabwe cricket chief Chingoka steps down   - 4 Hours ago
Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Peter Chingoka has stepped down from his post after two decades at the helm. The 60-year-old Chingoka tendered his resignation at the association's extraordinary general board
  
    



Bread Crisis Looms   - 4 Hours ago
ZIMBABWE is likely to reap one of its worst ever harvest of wheat this season, with estimates indicating the country could get a yield of 10 000 tonnes of wheat, or just a week's worth of national demand.
  
    



The rich unperturbed by liquidity crisis   - 5 Hours ago
A property in the leafy suburb of Borrowdale, Harare. ZIMBABWE’s rich are splurging to acquire expensive properties, despite a worsening liquidity crisis in the country. Houses on sale in most wealthy
  
    



Zimbabwe clears air on passport replacement plan   - 4 Hours ago
24/07/14 The Zimbabwean government has refuted claims that Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede said its citizens should be allowed to use national IDs as travel documents instead of passports - especially
  
    



Civil society in a slumber!   - 4 Hours ago
ZIMBABWE’S civil society is often accused of being what it shouldn’t be. There has been reference by other quarters of our society to civil society as being agents for regime change, proponents of Western
  
    



EDITORIAL: Let’s get real   - 4 Hours ago
EVERYONE knows that the Zimbabwe government is bankrupt and has been in this state for many years. It is not just financially bankrupt but bereft of ideas and solutions to the prevailing economic crisis. 
  
    



VP’s post not reserved for Morgan, Cdes   - 4 Hours ago
Dear Cabinet and Politburo members COMRADES, let me re-assure you that there is not even a smidgeon of truth in the rumours doing the rounds (obviously emanating from the daydreamers at Harvest-where-you-did-not-sow
  
    



We need Malemas in Zim   - 4 Hours ago
I AM one of those few youth of my generation who decided to stick it out in Zimbabwe even during the toughest of times and not take the escape route into South Africa and anywhere else most went. I should
  
    



Cde Chambati - a Champion of Economic Empowerment   - 4 Hours ago
A distinguished administrator, politician, businessman, founding member of the Zimbabwe liberation movement and Finance Minister, Cde Ariston Maguranyanga Chambati, died after a short illness at his home
  
    



Scramble for Zim Citizenship, Enquiries Flood From All Over the World, RG's Office   - 4 Hours ago
There is a scramble for Zimbabwean citizenship by different nationalities the world over in the wake of the adoption of the new Constitution which allows dual citizenship, Registrar-General Mr Tobaiwa
  
    



Govt Commits to Labour Law Reform Process   - 4 Hours ago
GOVERNMENT has reaffirmed its commitment to the labour law reform process, which is expected to sustainably transform the country's socio-economic fortunes. In his keynote address at the Institute of
  
    



Zimbabwe: Remember the Youths in HIV Fight   - 4 Hours ago
AT least 12 000 delegates from 200 countries are meeting this week in Melbourne, Australia, for the 20th International AIDS Conference. This comes at a time the United Nations has set a new target of
  
    



Afghanistan sets 259 runs target in last ODI against Zimbabwe   - 5 Hours ago
BULAWAYO: Afghanistan team has set the 259 runs target in last fourth decisive One-Day Internationals (ODIs) against Zimbabwe at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. Wicket keeper batsman Shafiqullah knocked
  
    
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