Mnangagwa buckles to pressure

HARARE - Stung by stringent conditions set by the United States government before it could lift sanctions on Zimbabwe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration has buckled to pressure by taking steps towards ending isolation by the world's most powerful nation.

Read full story in today's paper.

Comments (18)

You could either deliver the paper to the different areas where your readers are based or you coud get your finger out of your arrogant bums and post the whle story online. The whole point of an online edition is for your readers to read the article, not decide if tey should then proceed to get a paper copy. Is this arrogance or incompetence? Why are you not publishing the full story online? Why even publish the headline in the first place, if this is meant for people to read? Are you aware you have a readership in the diaspora, with no access to paper copies. Do you know how many people have lost faith with your editorship and browse news elsewhere coz of it? This attitude is why Zimbabwe is in the doldrums, laziness kupela. No other explanation why this practice is limited to DNZ.

omuhle - 28 March 2018

Its true bra...it defies the logic of being on line.......you have become another moniker, "The Robbers and Muggers"indeed.

Clemence Tashaya - 28 March 2018

Comment by umuhle is spot op.Why puplish it if its not complete

General - 28 March 2018

I wont buy a hard copy

Simba - 28 March 2018

Who would pay for that crap.

dzom - 28 March 2018

@omuhle right on the money. I don't understand the logic at ANZ.

Moe Syslack - 28 March 2018

Online business is about global entrepreneurs who should make their content available to the world instead of being worried about bond notes that you can't even use outside Zimbabwe

Cletus Murenzvi - 28 March 2018

Should be pushing your online edition over your print version. Online is where the majority of your future revenue lies, like it or not. Never fight change or risk falling behind, that said no way will I buy your print version for $1 when i can get 250mb worth of data for the same price which is more than enough to for me to read news and have extra left over data for me to download my one or two favourite music tracks.

Richard Freemantle - 28 March 2018

I HAVE SINCE STOPPED BUYING PAPER BECOZ THIS ARROGANCE

dennis moto - 28 March 2018

Daily rubbish

Sam - 28 March 2018

Mnangagwa buckles to pressure ??? How can correcting inhuman policies and doings be seen as buckling to pressure? I am lost will the editor of this paper help me out? Asante sana.

Mukariba - 29 March 2018

If u don't have a full story, at least post it online for people in the diaspora to read as soon as the paper is out.

Reetch - 29 March 2018

If ANZ are confident that they have a strong brand in The Daily News, they create a subscription base where they publish all full stories online. The same brand will attract advertisers and the business will carry itself to profitability. This half-hearted effort of publishing snippets may be an admission that they brand is not strong threfore go boost sales ans "buy the print version..". Please ANZ get your act together

chifuku - 29 March 2018

Obvious its fake news ED has not bowed to any pressure

Wonder - 29 March 2018

I agree the purpose of you going on line is that we can read the news on line not to advertise what is in your paper

madube - 29 March 2018

I agree the purpose of you going on line is that we can read the news on line not to advertise what is in your paper

madube - 29 March 2018

we need the whole text on line

madube - 29 March 2018

we need the whole text on line

madube - 29 March 2018

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