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Grace Mugabe heads to Mbare

Grace Mugabe heads to Mbare

FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly forced the postponement of a Zanu PF politburo meeting to allow “smooth preparations for her countrywide rallies” that are resuming today. The politburo, according to party officials was supposed to be held yesterday but has now been slated for next week depending on the availability […]

Mugabe health under spotlight

Mugabe health under spotlight

MDC-T MP Godfrey Sithole (Chitungwiza North) yesterday asked Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa to explain to the National Assembly if President Robert Mugabe was still fit to rule, given that he had stumbled a few times. Sithole said his question emanated from disturbing media reports and pictures of Mugabe slipping and falling […]

Zim Seeks Debt Deal With International Creditors

Zim Seeks Debt Deal With International Creditors

ZIMBABWE hopes to reach an agreement by June next year with international creditors over its debt repayment obligations as it moves to unlock funding, the Financial Gazette’s Companies & Market has established. The development comes after government last month restructured foreign debts owed to three multilateral institutions — the International […]

Climate change ignorance threatens food security in Zim

Climate change ignorance threatens food security in Zim

NOVEMBER 3, 2015 recorded the lowest temperatures for the month, a clear sign of how Zimbabwe is experiencing climate change, but the response from rural farmers is otherwise as the global phenomenon is still a mystery to many. A survey conducted by NewsDay revealed that most rural farmers in Mashonaland East, […]