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UN, EU Free to Monitor Our Elections – President

The United Nations (UN) and the European Union (EU) are welcome to monitor the country’s elections to be held this year, President Mnangagwa has said. In an interview with The Financial Times of Britain this week, President Mnangagwa indicated that Zimbabwe would rejoin the Commonwealth, from where it moved out …

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Political, Policy Uncertainties Major Setbacks for New Govt

POLITICAL and policy uncertainty stand out as the elephants in the room for the new government as it targets an ambitious economic growth rate of 4,5%, a figure far much higher than the 0,9% projected by the World Bank. Zimbabwe’s economy has been in the doldrums for nearly two decades …

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11 G40 Ex-Ministers and MPs Fired From Parliament

By Wendy Muperi SOME 11 Zanu PF members of parliament (MPs) have been relieved from parliament with immediate effect, the Speaker confirmed Thursday. The sackings affected former cabinet ministers and legislators linked to the G40 Zanu PF faction which is loyal to former President Robert Mugabe. The group had tried …

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ZBC’s ‘Iron Lady’ Madondo Suspended Over Fraud Allegations

By Showbiz Reporter ZBC acting head and television services Tendai Madondo has been suspended by the public broadcaster and reportedly faces corruption allegations. Staffers said there was joy at ZBC’s Pockets Hill base in Harare as Madondo, known there as the ‘Iron Lady’, was recently escorted off the premises by …

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Fine-Tuning the Agricultural Sector for Economic Revival

There is no doubt as to the centrality of the agricultural sector to Zimbabwe’s economic fortunes. It is to this end that President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in his maiden address to the nation on the occasion of his swearing in as Head of State and Government, acknowledged that the “… economic …

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