By Ranga Mberi In the euphoria of Robert Mugabe’s fall, Zimbabweans would have done anything Emmerson Mnangagwa would have asked. At his inauguration, over 60,000 people in the National Sports Stadium lapped up his speech. He delivered it well, even acknowledging...
A new regime of US sanctions has just been signed into law, opening a fresh front in the increasingly polarised political debate in Zimbabwe. Critics say they hurt the economy, while supporters say the...
By Ranga Mberi Priscilla Chigumba is winning the legal battle, but she is losing the war to win public confidence. Surrounded by reporters after her swearing in as the head of the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) early February, Chigumba said she...
The Beitbridge border post, one of the busiest land crossings on the continent, is getting a makeover in a US$296 million modernisation project. Here, newZWire reports on details of the project, and the players involved.  Why does Beitbridge need the...
By Tawanda Karombo In the sweltering mid-October heat of Matobo, one of Zimbabwe's hottest and driest districts, Spiwe Moyo tended her ripening tomato crop. Nearby, underneath a baobab tree, a few emaciated donkeys and a small herd of skinny cattle...
Innscor is fighting an order by the competition regulator to reverse its investment in Profeeds and pay a Z$40 million fine. In May, the Competition and Tariffs Commission (CTC) ordered the reversal of a deal by Innscor to buy 49%...
By Shaun Smillie Photos: James Oatway From Jurassic Lake to the Farquhar Atoll, Ray Mutemeri’s magic has helped catch some monster fish. The Zimbabwean has never been to Jurassic Lake in Argentina, nor has he seen the milk-white sands of the Farquhar...
From a small factory at Chingoma Farm near Guruve, Zimbabwean chilli sauce maker Dr Trouble has begun exports to the United Kingdom, hoping to crack a sauce and condiments market forecast to grow to US$4 billion this year. Dr Trouble...
The Zimbabwe government has announced that it will offer land back to two categories of farmers who were dispossessed under land reform. As is the case with all things land, the announcement was met with outrage. “Mugabe turning in his grave,”...
On Pinfields Farm at Ruwa, the blueberry harvest started two weeks ago, the early crop going to Woolworths shelves in South Africa, as the Zimbabwean blueberry harvest begins well ahead of South Africa. The 42 hectares of blueberries were established...
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