Twimbos Tear Apart Independence Talk

By Staff Reporter Today is Independence Day but very few social media Twimbos appear happy about the day. Instead many have chosen the ugly and dark side. Going through posts on Twitter has shown a steady stream of angry souls hating on everything about this 39th birthday for Zimbabwe. Whilst some of the statements are …

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Social Media in Bread Meltdown

The recent hike of bread prices has been met with the   now usual combo  of anger and derisive humour from the Zimbo public. The public has lately resorted to mitigating the pain of hardships by immersing in humorous banter. Social media has been awash with such as people try to come to terms wirh the …

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Bread May Be The Least Concern This Independence Day

By Wisdom Mumera State media, in one of its vaunted hallucinations predicted/promised or prophesied that come April the prices of basic good would have gone down. April is here and bread has paved the way by leaping to $3.50 a loaf. A host of prices have done the obvious and gone South. This is the …

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Hunting for Money, Mthuli Gets A SMP

The country’s leaders have been running around searching for money or promises of such. This past week the Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube went to Washington DC where he was meeting with International Monetary Fund (IMF) honchos during the Spring Meetings. The aim according to state media: “Solicit for international financial support to reconstruct Cyclone Idai-ravaged …

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Of Mobile Tariffs and the Impact on Agriculture in Zim

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa The recent hike in mobile tariffs is increasingly becoming detrimental to agriculture which is the backbone of the country’s economy. According to agriculture and tech expert Charles Dhewa the cost of communication is now chewing up most of the revenue realised from this sector. “At the moment, if a Zimbabwean farmer wants …

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Zimbabwe Needs Real Leaders

By Jules Winnfield After us all watching the delirious RTGS versus US dollar video, the consensus should be unanimous: Zimbabwe lacks and needs leadership. Simple and straight forward. Leadership that has a vision of where we are going and how we are going to get there. Man and women who walk above the primitive and …

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Shady Company Gets US$33 million from ZINARA Without Tender

By Wisdom Mumera A private company that got over 6 contracts to supply an odd assortment of services and goods to ZINARA without going to tender has received over US$33 million to date since 2012. This was revealed during a Public Accounts Committee oral hearing of Univern on Friday during which the company’s Group CEO …

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ZRP Just Got More Primitive and Useless

By Wisdom Mumera Once under Old Bob they were just corrupt and inept, now the ZRP, under the Soft Reptiles and cream-starched Godfathers is quickly becoming a bunch of primitive imbeciles. This week they plainly demonstrated the full repertoire of their limitations as a professional force. VP Mohadi had a mad moment, went and threated …

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Legislator Calls for Financial Transparency

By Wisdom Mumera Dangamvura Legislator Arnold Tsunga has called for transparency in the use of public finances as collected by state entities which have lately been reporting exceeding projections. The government has reported exceeding targets in its revenue collecting entities which include ZIMRA and NSSA. The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) exceeded the revenue performance target …

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3 Reasons Chamisa Is The Way To Go

By Jules Winnfield The MDC Alliance Congress is upon us and many have been to traditional healers and prophets seeking for an upper hand. Mwonzora has discovered that he is the darling of ZANU PF whilst the Chamisa brigade has come out guns blazing. The victor will walk to the dais upon the rubble of …

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