SPECIAL FEATURE: How I became a slave in Kuwait
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SPECIAL FEATURE: How I became a slave in Kuwait

Kuda Bwititi and Lincoln Towindo For over a month, Rutendo Meki (not her real name)…

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Police gunsights on cash smugglers
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Police gunsights on cash smugglers

Chief Reporter Prominent figures in various fields, including industry and commerce, have been identified as…

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Arrests loom over cash crunch
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Arrests loom over cash crunch

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is investigating several top companies for allegedly externalising millions of…

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US$2bn road deal to transform Zim
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US$2bn road deal to transform Zim

The US$2 billion dollar Beitbridge-Harare-Chirundu Highway will unlock massive benefits for Zimbabwe, creating jobs for…

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‘She fulfilled Chitepo’s dream’ [See also pictures]
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‘She fulfilled Chitepo’s dream’ [See also pictures]

The late Cde Victoria Chitepo has been accorded national heroine status, with a visibly grieving…

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Windfall for liberation war veterans
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Windfall for liberation war veterans

Kuda Bwititi Chief Reporter Treasury has released US$6,4 million for school fees for liberation war…

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Greed, graft, poor management  cost consumers
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Greed, graft, poor management cost consumers

Prices of goods and services in Zimbabwe are in many cases more than 30 percent…

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Relief for workers fired on notice
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Relief for workers fired on notice

Some workers who lost employment last year following the June 17, 2015 Supreme Court ruling…

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Platinum rakes in US$3 billion
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Platinum rakes in US$3 billion

Kuda Bwititi Chief Reporter At least US$2,7 billion has been generated by the country in…

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l had no option but to be successful: Chivayo
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l had no option but to be successful: Chivayo

Kuda Bwititi Chief Reporter He is currently one of the most talked about personalities in…

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Bad debtors stall economic turnaround
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Bad debtors stall economic turnaround

  An insidious culture of dishonouring loan agreements has taken root in public and private…

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Foreign firms defy law, face closure
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Foreign firms defy law, face closure

Foreign companies resisting Zimbabwe’s indigenisation programme will not be required to pay non-compliance (empowerment) levies…

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Mining sector shake-up looms
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Mining sector shake-up looms

Chief Reporter Zimbabwe’s mining industry is headed for a major shake-up, with three Bills carrying…

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50 firms comply with indigenisation law
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50 firms comply with indigenisation law

Chief Reporter Several top companies have complied with Government’s requirement to submit indigenisation plans in…

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Mutsvangwa kicked out of Cabinet
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Mutsvangwa kicked out of Cabinet

Kuda Bwititi and Lincoln Towindo President Mugabe has dismissed War Veterans Minister Ambassador Christopher Mutsvangwa…

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