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Govt to revive Air Zimbabwe

SIMBA RUSHWAYA The government says it wants to revive Air Zimbabwe after acquiring four B777-200 airplanes from Malaysia and an Embraer aircraft from the United...

Farewell Tuku: Where next for the ‘Special One’?

Marc Pozzo Having just returned from a week in Mzanzi, where I went for some medical tests, I had time to think and ponder on...

The little matter the economy and “the new dispensation” in Zimbabwe

Tinashe Nyamunda Building upon Dan Hodgkinson’s piece, which focused on Zimbabwe’s neo-liberal turn (again), I will share my perspectives on where I think Zimbabwe is coming...

Jah Prayzah to pay tribute to Tuku, records special song

STAFF WRITER  Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah has recorded a special song to honour the late music icon and national hero Oliver Mtukudzi. The musician penned an emotional medium...

ZAMCO takes over $1.13 bln NPLs

Tinashe Makichi The Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation (ZAMCO) has to date assumed non-performing loans amounting to $1,13 billion with efforts currently underway to make sure that all...

EXCLUSIVE: Britain expresses concern over Zim situation

Bernard Mpofu Harriett Baldwin, the UK’s Foreign Office deputy minister, held a  meeting on Tuesday with a top African Union diplomat on Zimbabwe’s socio-political situation...

Matiza dissolves CAAZ board

Tinashe Makichi Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Joe Biggie Matiza has dissolved the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) board of directors with immediate effect...

Prosecutor General appointment above board, but…

Garikai Fadzi The appointment of Kumbirai Hodzi as the country’s substantive Prosecutor General was above board, the government has said. He took the oath of...

Music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi dies

Tawanda Marwizi Veteran superstar Oliver Mtukudzi has died at Avenues clinic this afternoon. He was 66. Information gathered by this publication is that the music icon has...

Ramaphosa says Zimbabwe sanctions must be lifted

SIMBA RUSHWAYA South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for the lifting of economic sanctions on Zimbabwe because the country is facing “serious, serious economic” challenges. He said...