Month: February 2016
Money & Markets

Frontier Markets: Avoid Zimbabwe At All Costs

Another chapter for my book titled “Read and Weep.” Last Saturday, Robert Mugabe, the fearless leader of Zimbabwe, the “Moses of Africa,” celebrated.

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Entertainment Main News

Grace stole the show at Mugabe bash

Harare – Brass bands, gold trousers and thousands of guests hungrily waiting for meat, beer and sadza: President Robert Mugabe’s birthday party in.

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Opinion & Columnist

Report draws chilling comparison between South Africa and Zimbabwe

By Ezra Claymore Earlier it was reported on the number of millionaires leaving South Africa, but the same report has highlighted some interesting.

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Main News Politics

Daring Joice Mujuru makes another stunning revelation that Mugabe did not kick her out of Zanu PF

HARARE – In a surprising revelation, former Vice President Joice Mujuru said at the weekend that contrary to the widely-held belief that she.

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Main News Zimbabwe

Mugabe shuts door on Mnangagwa as political tension escalates

HARARE – As the fierce Zanu PF war to succeed President Robert Mugabe escalates, former ruling party stalwarts, current insiders and analysts say.

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Main News Sports

UK : Zimbabwe-born lad Tamuka Muchapondwa ends Britwell boxer Tommy Tear’s 11-fight unbeaten record

Britwell boxer Tommy Tear’s impressive 11-fight unbeaten record as a professional was brought to a gallant end as he failed to wrestle the.

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Bizarre Entertainment Main News

Can you imagine Zimbabwe setting up a Ministry of Happiness?

Can you imagine Zimbabwe setting up a Ministry of Happiness, Tolerance and the Future and appointing a 22-year-old as Minister of Youth? Probably.

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Main News World News

Zuma’s proposed land reforms are criticised for being more about populism than equality

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Business Main News

Land ownership:South Africa takes a populist turn on land reform

CHURCHILLIAN is seldom an adjective used to describe Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s president, whose ponderous parliamentary speeches are so irresistibly soporific to backbenchers.

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Entertainment Main News

Why sports stars like David Pocock break stride at the peak of their powers

Of all of the factors that may prompt a sports star to take a break mid-stride, Mick Fanning remains the man to beat..

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