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Kudzai Mashininga

Kudzai Mashininga

Mashininga is an experienced Zimbabwean journalist.
    Parliament lets Mugabe off the hook
    Parliament lets Mugabe off the hook
    Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe has been let off the hook after the country’s parliament said he must be recused from appearing...
    The return of Zim’s white farmers
    The return of Zim’s white farmers
    For Ian Kay, a white Zimbabwean farmer, Chipesa, near the town of Marondera, is not just a farm, it is a family home.
    EXCLUSIVE: Zimbabwe’s parliament summons Mugabe over diamond corruption
    EXCLUSIVE: Zimbabwe’s parliament summons Mugabe over diamond corruption
    Robert Mugabe is set to appear before a Zimbabwean parliamentary committee to answer questions relating to alleged looting at the Marange diamond...
    Bad decisions cost NSSA millions
    Bad decisions cost NSSA millions
    The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) is experiencing a corporate governance crisis in which it has lost millions of dollars in questionable...
    Zim: Agriculture reforms sow seeds of debt
    Zim: Agriculture reforms sow seeds of debt
    The government is failing to account for more than $200-million worth of equipment given to the country's farmers and some members of the army...
    Zanu-PF MP hits out at Rautenbach
    Zanu-PF MP hits out at Rautenbach
    Zanu-PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa has petitioned President Robert Mugabe to intervene in his row with businessperson...
    Mugabe's nephew in land dispute
    Mugabe's nephew in land dispute
    Flamboyant businessman Phillip Chiyangwa is embroiled in a land ­dispute involving accusations that he is selling residential stands on a farm...
    Zim: Rautenbach's ethanol firm downgraded
    Zim: Rautenbach's ethanol firm downgraded
    Businessman Billy ­Rautenbach’s ethanol project is in trouble after the government downgraded the value of his investment from his stated...
    Zim: General Mujuru's companies in dire straits
    Zim: General Mujuru's companies in dire straits
    The late General Solomon Mujuru's business empire appears to be in trouble.
    Zimbabwe's embassies are feeling the squeeze
    Zimbabwe's embassies are feeling the squeeze
    Zimbabwe's foreign missions are struggling with a $13-million debt, something that could affect consular services and the government's work...
    Minister fingered in Air Zim scandal
    Minister fingered in Air Zim scandal
    Cabinet Minister Nicholas Goche has been sucked into the Air Zimbabwe scandal in which top management has been accused of defrauding the airline of...