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Jonathan Moyo: military chiefs told Mnangagwa to step down

Zimbabwe’s military commanders have told President Emmerson Mnangagwa to step down or risk another coup which is simmering within the army’s middle ranks, former Cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo claims in a new interview. Vice President Constantino Chiwenga had been sent by army chiefs to convey the message to a vacationing […]


Shiri reviews land ownership laws to boost capacity

In an attempt to fight food insecurity in Zimbabwe, the government has streamlined the sizes of farmlands in the country’s five ecological regions, giving other farmers the opportunity to have access to land. The decision follows a report that some people were multiple farm owners, denying others a chance to […]


Oil pipeline cartels cost Zim US$400m annually

Zimbabwe is losing US$400 million annually in potential oil revenue due to Sakunda Holdings’ untenable monopoly over the Beira-Harare fuel pipeline, it has emerged. Sources in government and the oil sector told the Zimbabwe Independent this week that due to the monopoly by Sakunda — owned by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s […]