National

Eric Bloch, renowned Zimbabwean economist died on Saturday

Zim Mourns Economist Eric Bloch

Zimbabweans are mourning the passing on of prominent Bulawayo-based economic commentator Eric Bloch. He was 75. Bloch, who was a chartered accountant by profession, died at...

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Africa

Nigerian evangelist TB Joshua

TB Joshua In Bribery Allegations

      A Nigerian journalist has alleged that controversial Pastor TB Joshua tried to bribe journalists not to report on the death of people caused by the...

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International

United States President Barack Obama at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. President Obama unveiled billions in new U.S.-Africa investments, but will it solve longstanding development challenges? Devex

Is Obama's 'Billions' For Africa A Development Strategy?

By Michael igoe What happens when almost 50 African heads-of-state, many of their ministers, hundreds of U.S. and African business leaders, donor officials, development professionals, civil...

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Business

Chronicle journalists Lungelo Ndhlovu (left) and Factmore Dzobo (Chronicle)

Byo Journos Shine At Inaugural Mining Media Awards

CHRONICLE senior features reporter, Factmore Dzobo, and the paper’s features correspondent, Lungelo Ndhlovu, scooped first prizes at the inaugural 2014 Mining Media Awards held in...

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Entertainment

SABC's Generations Suspended Until December

SABC's Generations Suspended Until December

City Press reports that, following meetings held from Monday to Thursday in Magliesburg outside Johannesburg, a brand new SABC soap opera Generations, with none of...

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Sports

Oscar Pistorius

SA Judge Clears Pistorius Of Murder Charges

The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial has ruled out murder charges, but has left it to Friday to announce whether he is...

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Blogs

Zim’s Academic Glitter Going Down The Drain

Zim’s Academic Glitter Going Down The Drain

Zanu PF luminaries seem to be falling over each other to acquire advanced university degrees which are in many cases the product of patronage rather...

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