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Jason Moyo

Jason Moyo

    Zim: The clock is ticking for The Crocodile
    Zim: The clock is ticking for The Crocodile
    Emmerson Mnangagwa, the man now most likely to succeed President Robert Mugabe, remains something of an enigma to many Zimbabweans.
    In Zimbabwe, preaching is politics
    In Zimbabwe, preaching is politics
    With Zimbabwe floating along with no direction as its leadership remains caught up in factional fighting on both sides of the political divide, a...
    Taxpayers expected to rescue Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank
    Taxpayers expected to rescue Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank
    In his drama-filled 10 years as the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), Gideon Gono routinely parcelled out everything from cheap cash...
    Impoverished Zim squeezes poor
    Impoverished Zim squeezes poor
    The Zimbabwean government is shaking down its own citizens for cash because there are no foreign donors or investors willing to cough up – and it...
    Zim: Now the Russians are coming too
    Zim: Now the Russians are coming too
    With Zimbabwe's largest single foreign investment deal in the bag, President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday stood outside his rural home and thumbed his...
    Zim stalls over used car debacle
    Zim stalls over used car debacle
    Under pressure to deal with the flood of used car imports, the government faces a tricky dilemma – a ban on them would cut the country's import...
    New China wise to Mugabe
    New China wise to Mugabe
    The gun salutes, red carpets and ceremony that greeted President Robert Mugabe on his trip to China last week are just about all Zimbabwe's leader...
    Divide and rule serves Mugabe well
    Divide and rule serves Mugabe well
    It was just after 4am on a Sunday and not only was President Robert Mugabe awake, he was banging the podium and ranting at thousands of his warring...
    No place for Young Turks in Zanu-PF
    No place for Young Turks in Zanu-PF
    Zanu-PF's youth league voted in new leaders in a hotly contested all-night election last weekend, but none of them has any clout in a party that...
    US-Africa summit: Zim shivers alone out in the cold
    US-Africa summit: Zim shivers alone out in the cold
    When African leaders arrived in Washington for the United States-Africa summit on Monday this week, the main story in Zimbabwe's state press was...
    Selfies and queues as KFC returns
    Selfies and queues as KFC returns
    Too much deep-fried chicken will make you fat, but few in Zimbabwe are complaining after KFC returned to Zimbabwe last weekend. The long queue for...
    Zanu-PF's Green Fuel dilemma
    Zanu-PF's Green Fuel dilemma
    The new road that cuts through a maize field marks the new divide between the multimillion-dollar ethanol factory and the poor villagers fighting...