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Tragedy of Steinhoff: The fives things that you were too embarrassed to ask

  By Fin24 and TimesLive The five questions about the tragedy of Steinhoff International you were too embarrassed to ask. Who is Steinhoff and where…

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Zimbabwe sticks to 51% indigenisation with platinum mines, Government commits to settling debt arrears

By Tawanda Karombo ANGLO American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Sibanye Stillwater will still be required to cede 51 percent shares in Zimbabwean operations under indigenisation requirements…

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Western Cape BEE digital innovation company set to revolutionise SA Bus Rapid Transit systems

  Zimbabwe Digital News TravelPall is an emergent BEE company with a vision to deliver service solutions in the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) transport industry…

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President Mnangagwa’s chance to energise investment, be efficient and build competitiveness: Tryphosa Ramano

By Tryphosa Ramano The evidence of Zimbabwe’s ailing economy is everywhere: Massive unemployment estimated at 85 percent; hyper-inflation; shortage of essential food items such as…

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New cabinet in place, full steam ahead for Transnet/DIDG project

  By Zimbabwe Digital News and Memory Mataranyika President Emmerson Mnangagwa last night ended a week of speculation by announcing his new post-Robert Mugabe cabinet…

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Celebrating the power of African women, and doing business with them

  By Barbara Benhura Quote: A woman is an epitome of beauty, wisdom and care. She has climbed mountains and dived into the ocean: She…

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Role of the diaspora, and opportunities in rebuilding Zimbabwe: Donovan Chimhandamba

By Donovan Chimhandamba I was asked if I could share some thoughts around the role and opportunities for the diaspora in rebuilding the new Zimbabwe….

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The four things that Zimbabwe needs to fix, urgently

By Admos Chimhowu Long in coming, but swift and relatively painless when it happened, the downfall of Robert Mugabe offers Zimbabwe a once-in-a-generation opportunity to…

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True, newspapers have died, but where are the readers who were supposed to go online?

By Jack Shafer What if, in the mad dash two decades ago to re-purpose and extend editorial content onto the Web, editors and publishers made…

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Good morning, Zimbabwe. We’re only targeting the criminals around President Mugabe

  By Maj Gen Sibusiso Moyo GOOD MORNING/AFTERNOON Fellow Zimbabweans‚ following the address we made on 13 November 2017 which we believe our main broadcaster‚…

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A quiet word or two of mourning, for the death of the printed newspaper industry

By Darrell Bristow-Bovey So South Africa’s The Times newspaper, from whence this article derives, may soon not be a newspaper anymore, and that makes me…

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Seed banks help Zimbabwe’s farmers tackle climate change

  By Sally Nyakanyanga “Seed security is food security” is something of a mantra in developing world agronomy circles. In Zimbabwe, the adage is gradually…

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Print Newspapers: SA’s The Times print edition to shut down, staff to be retrenched

By African News Agency Tiso Blackstar group – formerly Times Media – is again undergoing a restructuring process that is expected to affect staff at…

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Cryptocurrencies: Zimbabwe’s bitcoin revolution changes the way we exchange money

  By Kieron Monks The most expensive bitcoin in the world are flying off virtual shelves in Zimbabwe. The price of the digital currency has…

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Sophistication in taste as craft beer comes to town with Kabinet Brewery

  Zimbabwe Digital News The search for new beers in South Africa has taken to new levels, with analysts saying that the country is in…

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