• Grace blocks Kasukuwere probe

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday reportedly stopped five top Zanu PF officials, tasked by President Robert Mugabe to investigate the party’s beleaguered political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, from travelling to Bindura, amid reports that rival factions had bussed hundreds of their supporters to the venue to disrupt the meeting.

    First Lady Grace Mugabe
  • Dynamos gets it right

    DYNAMOS left it very late to snatch a victory against a resolute Hwange at the Colliery Stadium yesterday to record their first win of the campaign, a victory that will release pressure on coach Lloyd Mutasa.

    Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
  • Govt refuses to name Chiredzi plots beneficiaries

    LANDS and Rural Resettlement permanent secretary, Grace Tsitsi Mutandiro, has filed an opposing affidavit in a matter in which a provincial weekly newspaper, Masvingo Mirror, is seeking an order compelling Lands minister Douglas Mombeshora to name the 213 people, who were allocated sugarcane plots in Chiredzi.

    Lands and Rural Resettlement minister Douglas Mombeshora
  • K.O concert fever grips Byo

    SOUTH African rapper, K.O’s concert fever has gripped the Bulawayo showbiz scene following his recent confirmation of the event dubbed Best of Both Worlds set for the Amphitheatre on Saturday.

    K.O
  • Mzembi already a winner: Rifai

    Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has already won the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) top post, outgoing secretary-general Taleb Rifai has said.

    Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi (right) listens as UNWTO outgoing secretary-general Taleb Rifai stresses a point in Addis Ababa last week
  • Grace blocks Kasukuwere probe
    First Lady Grace Mugabe

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday reportedly stopped five top Zanu PF officials, tasked by President Robert Mugabe to investigate the party’s beleaguered political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, from travelling to Bindura, amid reports that rival factions had bussed hundreds of their supporters to the venue to disrupt the meeting.

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    Zanu PF pangolin MP out of remand

    ZANU PF Nyanga North legislator, Hubert Nyanhongo last week ended a three-week spell in remand prison following his arrest on allegation of possession of a live pangolin.

  • Lands and Rural Resettlement minister Douglas Mombeshora
    Govt refuses to name Chiredzi plots beneficiaries

    LANDS and Rural Resettlement permanent secretary, Grace Tsitsi Mutandiro, has filed an opposing affidavit in a matter in which a provincial weekly newspaper, Masvingo Mirror, is seeking an order compelling Lands minister Douglas Mombeshora to name the 213 people, who were allocated sugarcane plots in Chiredzi.

  • Unpredictable weather and lack of government support has made it all but impossible for Zimbabwe’s resettled farmers to achieve anything like the full potential of their plots
    Resettled Zimbabwe farmers left high and dry

    Ten years ago, former bricklayer, Samuel Musengi was allocated a nine-hectare plot to cultivate in Zimbabwe, as part of an accelerated phase of land reform programme that saw tens of thousands of black families resettled on what were once vast, mostly white-owned commercial farms.

  • Mqondisi Moyo
    Mthwakazi gears for 2018 polls

    THE Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) yesterday said it would release its election manifesto soon and urged the electorate to register for next year’s general elections which the secessionist party wants to contest for the first time.

  • diabetes
    Diabetes association calls on govt to provide free medication

    THE Zimbabwe Diabetic Association (ZDA) has called on the government and other stakeholders to provide free medication for people living with the chronic disease, as the drugs were too expensive.

  • gavel
    Four suspected robbers remanded in custody

    FOUR suspected Harare robbers, who targeted hitchhikers after giving them a lift, were not asked to plead when they briefly appeared before magistrate Barbara Chimboza, on Friday.

  • GAVEL
    Magunje man, who ‘drowned’ son 11 years ago files for bail

    A MAGUNJE man, who allegedly drowned his six-year-old son in a dam 11 years ago, has filed for bail pending trial, citing unjustified delays in the commencement of his trial.

  • Boards hail proposed accounting standard
    ICAZ-1

    ACCOUNTANCY boards have hailed the planned introduction of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) by 2023, pledging to assist with the requisite training prior to its adoption.

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  • gmb
    Command agriculture farmers deliver grain to GMB

    Over 1 000 tonnes of maize from the 2016/17 agricultural season have been delivered to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) since the beginning of the month, the State’s grain procurer has said.

  • Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi (right) listens as UNWTO outgoing secretary-general Taleb Rifai stresses a point in Addis Ababa last week
    Mzembi already a winner: Rifai

    Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has already won the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) top post, outgoing secretary-general Taleb Rifai has said.

  • construction-work-of-a-bridge-in-Mutare-road-near-Mabvuku-turn--off-is-going-on-according-to-schedule-with-workers-working-round-the-clock
    Learning from US infrastructure projects

    The fundamental principle behind the success of public private partnerships (PPPs) has been the availability of a clear legal framework to guide the implementation of such projects.

  • A Waverley Blanket employee preparing wool for blankets during a tour of the factory in Graniteside, Harare yesterday
    Chinese dribble govt on blanket imports

    BLANKET smuggling is on the rise, with Chinese importers listing blankets as quilting kits, to pay a lower duty at the country’s ports of entry.

  • CHICKENS 2
    Poultry feeds dominate stockfeed industry

    The manufacturing of poultry feeds continued to dominate the stockfeed industry during the fourth quarter of 2016 with a monthly average of 29 394 metric tonnes worth $16,8million, an industry official has said.


  • Dynamos gets it right
    Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa

    DYNAMOS left it very late to snatch a victory against a resolute Hwange at the Colliery Stadium yesterday to record their first win of the campaign, a victory that will release pressure on coach Lloyd Mutasa.

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  • soccer
    Shabanie, Harare City share spoils

    SHABANIE MINE and Harare City shared spoils in a goalless stalemate at Maglas Stadium, a result that will heap more pressure on City coach, Mike Madzivanyika, whose side continue to stutter.

  • Elroy Akbay
    Highlanders edge ZPC Kariba

    HIGHLANDERS striker, Godfrey Makaruse made a triumphant return to action after grabbing the winner for his side in a thrilling Castle Premiership encounter against visiting ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

  • Ronald Pfumbidzai
    Caps’ title defence stutters

    CAPS United’s title defence suffered a jolt yesterday after they were held to a draw by lowly Tsholotsho in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium.

  • soccer
    Mangwiro’s woes mount

    TAURAI Mangwiro’s start to life at Triangle continues to go from bad to worse after his side were beaten by a visiting Chicken Inn at Gibbo Stadium yesterday, to stretch the team’s winless streak to four matches.

  • soccer
    Bulawayo City eye FC Platinum scalp

    Bulawayo City will be hoping to continue with the form that has seen them win their last two matches when they entertain Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title-hungry FC Platinum at Barbourfields Stadium today.


  • Yocaf winners for Hifa
    Leeroy Gono

    THE legacy of the late legendary arts icon, Walter Muparutsa lives on as Gifford Boys High School from Bulawayo make a maiden appearance at the forthcoming edition of the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) in Harare.

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  • K.O
    K.O concert fever grips Byo

    SOUTH African rapper, K.O’s concert fever has gripped the Bulawayo showbiz scene following his recent confirmation of the event dubbed Best of Both Worlds set for the Amphitheatre on Saturday.

  • From Left: Romeo Gasa, Luckson Sithole, Nicholas Zakaria and Tatenda Pinjisi posing for a photo before their performance
    Zakaria, Gasa, Pinjisi light up Murove village

    THE sleepy rural village of Murove in Buhera South was lit up by sungura godfather Nicholas “Senior Lecturer” Zakaria supported by Romeo Gasa and Tatenda Pinjisi, as they staged a memorable show on Saturday for thousands of merrymakers at a free gig.

  • Amanda and Gary
    Gary Tight dumps pregnant girlfriend?

    RISING Afro-pop fusion musician, Gary “Tight” Muponda, has been accused of dumping his pregnant girlfriend, Amanda Manyowa, a fellow musician.

  • mic
    Child ambassadors join ZRSLT’s album fund campaign

    ZIMBABWE Rural Schools Library Trust received a shot in the arm towards the production of their music album after six New Zealand child goodwill ambassadors joined the fundraising effort.

  • Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave
    Chaos rocks Sama Festival

    LONDON — UGLY scenes marred the recent Southern African Music and Arts (Sama) Festival that was headlined by Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi, Jah Prayzah and Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave in Leicester, United Kingdom.

  • Bev Sibanda
    Weekend Outing

    Globetrotting Afro-fusion group, Mokoomba tonight bid farewell to their fans with a performance at Alliance Francaise ahead of their five-month tour dubbed Mokoomba Spring Tour USA.

  • From left: Mega Banton, Robert Zhuwao and Turbulence at a Press conference in the capital city ahead of their tour
    Zhuwao fails to pay Jamaican artistes

    ORGANISERS of the recently held One Unity Reggae Tour headlined by Jamaican dancehall artistes, Turbulence and Mega Banton as well as Ghanaian music star, Episode have come under fire for failing to pay the artistes, NewsDay has established.

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