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Mugabe gives ultimatum over bonuses

Mugabe gives ultimatum over bonuses

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reportedly given Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa and his Public Service counterpart, Prisca Mupfumira, until tomorrow to provide a date for the payment of civil servants’ 2015 bonuses. The civil servants were supposed to get their 13th cheque between last December and early this month, but up […]

Mnangagwa’s woes mount

Mnangagwa’s woes mount

It certainly does not rain but pours for Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa after it was learnt last night that the embattled Midlands godfather’s party foes were initiating a petition within the warring post-congress Zanu PF to oust him from both his party and government positions. Well-placed sources told the Daily […]

Zimbabwe Dislodged By Corruption

Zimbabwe Dislodged By Corruption

Zimbabwe continues to fare dismally in a major global corruption index, ranked at 150 out of 168 countries, according to results of a 2015 survey published by Transparency International (TI) on Wednesday. TI, a leading global crusader against graft, says its annual corruption perception index is based on expert opinion […]

Isolated Zimbabwe close to striking landmark deal with west

Isolated Zimbabwe close to striking landmark deal with west

Zimbabwe is close to striking a landmark deal with western multilateral institutions that would see it clear billions in arrears of unpaid debt, access new funds for its troubled economy and end more than 15 years of international isolation. Talks have intensified between Zimbabwe and its creditors in recent weeks […]