‘5 Brigade is out of control’ | Perrance Shiri in ‘Army and Politics’

Agriculture Minister Perrance Shiri, who has died at age 65, was the first commander of the 5 Brigade, the unit that had a lead role in the Gukurahundi massacres....

Zimbabwe has signed a US$3.5bn compensation deal with white farmers. Here’s what you need...

Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with white former farmers for US$3.5 billion in compensation for improvements on farms taken over for resettlement under the land reform exercise. But, why are...
Zimbabwe mining

Country risk, forex laws stall mine expansion: Zimbabwe miners’ latest caution on industry growth

Zimbabwe’s miners want to be allowed to use their gold output as security for foreign credit, saying increased country risk and central bank’s foreign currency regime has stalled expansion...

CBZ the latest company to close down branches over COVID-19

Zimbabwe’s largest bank, CBZ Holdings, on Tuesday shut down seven of its branches and five offices after 35 of its employees tested positive for COVID-19. The bank joins a growing...

Hot and cold: Ariston tea production up, but global glut hits sales

Ariston grew more tea in the quarter to June than it did in the same period last year, but a global glut in supply hit export sales while local...

COLUMN | Keeping up with Zimbabwe’s shifting lockdown rules is getting harder. Time to...

Common Law With Mike Murenzvi “The safety of the people shall be the highest law” ― Marcus Tillius Cicero   If you’re like me, you’ll by now have gotten a bit lost on...