Will Elders’ rebuke return to haunt the opposition?

THE first time former United Nations secretary general Koffi Annan and his fellow international diplomats tried to visit Zimbabwe in November 2008, the government slammed the door on the...

Tea Party: ZANU PF’s changing complexion under ED

Once, it was the music of the Mbare Chimurenga Choir which told you that you were at a ZANU PF event. But on Saturday morning, on the pavilion of...

Zimbabwe tobacco sales hit all time record

  Zimbabwe’s tobacco sales have reached a record high of 237.1 million kg with a week to go before the selling season ends, official data showed on Friday, raising hopes...

Afrobarometer poll shows tight presidential race

PAN-African research project Afrobarometer’s latest poll on the July 30 general election, released on Friday, shows a tight race between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his main challenger, Nelson Chamisa. The...

No major anomalies on voters roll – ZESN

NON-GOVERNMENTAL watchdog, the Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) says its audit of the new voters roll shows an improved register with no anomalies affecting a large percentage of registrants. The...

Agribank raises US$30m foreign line of credit

AGRIBANK, the state-owned agro-lender, has announced it has secured a US$30 million line of credit from the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa to fund agriculture. Agribank also announced it...