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State goons after Sikhala

AS THE MDC cranks up the heat on President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his government to act on the country’s worsening economic rot, its firebrand deputy national chairperson, Job “Wiwa” Sikhala, says that he is being trailed by State agents,…

Police launch blitz on protesters

POLICE have arrested 50 illegal miners in Esigodini as the fight to end violence in the mining areas intensifies. Police launched Operation “Chikorokoza Ngachipere”, and “No to machete-wielding gangs” on January 14 and the operation has…

SA warns Zim over reforms

THE South African government yesterday warned that Zimbabwe risked missing on foreign direct investment (FDI) if it does not complete the ease of doing business reforms, including those that relate to property rights, the Daily News…

Govt warns Chamisa

GOVERNMENT yesterday said it is ready to thwart any unsanctioned dissent in the wake of threats by the country’s largest opposition political party — the MDC — to unleash crippling protests in a bid to push President Emmerson Mnangagwa out…

Matutu loses farm ownership

The High Court has ruled that former Zanu PF deputy youth league secretary Lewis Matutu, who was embroiled in a Kwekwe farm ownership wrangle, was allocated the property in error, as it had already been given to the current occupier Onisimo…

Hunger stalks Zimbabweans

THE government’s desperate efforts to feed millions of Zimbabweans who are staring starvation are encountering significant challenges, after the World Food Programme (WFP) warned yesterday that it could reduce its assistance if it fails to…