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Candid Comment: Manufactured crisis to enrich politicians, cronies

It is far higher than the region’s conflict flashpoints and war zones - where goods are looted by warlords and militia, triggering grinding shortages and steep price hikes.
By Shame Makoshori 23h ago

Zanu PF quakes over ANC poll disaster

The ANC is now engaged in talks with opposition parties to form a unity government in order for it to remain in power.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jun. 13, 2024

Mimosa suspends US$134m North Hill project

It employs over 3 500 people, both permanent and contractors.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 10, 2024

Zim trio nabbed for terrorising South Africans

Ahead of that country’s elections, some political parties anchored their campaigns on the deportation of illegal Zimbabwean immigrants.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 9, 2024

SA’s political crossroads: The ANC’s critical decision

After three decades of unparalleled dominance, the ANC must now navigate the uncharted territory of coalition politics to form the next government.
By Leo Muzivoreva Jun. 7, 2024

Legends rally behind Warriors ahead of Lesotho tie

The Warriors are playing their home match against Lesotho in South Africa because the country does not have a Caf certified stadium.
By Henry Mhara Jun. 6, 2024

Warriors bank on good record against Lesotho

The Warriors are already in camp in South Africa to play their home game there as all local facilities are condemned to host international games.
By Fortune Mbele Jun. 4, 2024

4 Zimbos jailed 50 years for railway line theft

For the count of tampering and destroying essential infrastructure, they were each jailed for 30 years with an additional 15 years for the theft of ferrous or non-ferrous metals.
By Rex Mphisa Jun. 4, 2024

New dawn for Sadc

Things must change in Sadc and South Africa is the best candidate to lead the way.
By Newsday Jun. 3, 2024