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Battling Zanu-PF calls in its debts

It's payback time for those who can't afford to say no to the ruling party preparing for its congress.

Police keep Tsvangirai in their sights

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai may want to up his street cred, but he'll have to find a way to leave the house first.

Taxpayers expected to rescue Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank

Political largesse broke the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe; now the state wants the public to fill up the coffers, but they are not amused.

Dr Grace brings disgrace

The questionable award of a doctorate to the first lady threatens to tarnish the University of Zimbabwe's reputation.

Mugabe caps Grace with a doctorate

Doubt has been cast on the authenticity of the first lady's PhD, which bolsters her bid for a top party post.

Weighty role of the Zim diaspora requires re-examination

The Zimbabwe diaspora continues to play second fiddle in the country's politics and has remained at the mercy of various political agendas.

Zim: Now the Russians are coming too

There are fears the Zimbabwean government is selling off the country's mineral resources for a song.

Zim: ‘Kariba power costs inflated’

Two former ministers in Zimbabwe say corruption is the reason costs have escalated on the Kariba power project.

Tsvangirai’s MDC may split further

Plagued by divisions and lack of funds, those in the opposition ranks continue to fight each other.

Zim stalls over used car debacle

It is seriously damaging local industry but it is making a great deal of money for the government.

Zim: Many claims for radio space

The broadcasting authority has declared a major shift but critics fear it signals more of the same.

Mugabe mops up the blood

The factional battles in Zanu-PF spilled into the open at a 10-hour meeting, with rivals going for the jugular.

The retrogressive politics of a divided opposition in Zim

Zanu-PF's political hegemony will continue, until the opposition parties up their game by putting together a refreshed, united front.

The farm is mine, insists Mugabe aide

Ray Ndhlukula is resisting an order restraining him from taking over a farm in Matabeleland South, which is owned by a white commercial farmer.

SA pounces on weak Zim industries

Zimbabwe's crumbling industry sector has allowed investors to scoop up struggling companies.

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