• Zanu PF ropes in Chinese for polls

    Zanu PF has roped in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to train its officials on mobilisation ahead of the 2018 general elections as the ruling party gets increasingly jittery over the prospects of facing a united opposition, NewsDay has heard.

    Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere
  • Masanga — prolific music producer

    AFTER 15 years in the music industry, prolific gospel music producer Blessing Masanga remains unknown to many — largely because he is a “behind-the-scenes” man — but his magic shines through works of songs including Rudo by Pah Chihera and Prince Musarurwa, Zodzo by Munyaradzi Munodawafa, Ebenezer and Maranatha by Togarepi Chivaviro and Takesure Zamar’s […]

  • Yadah FC star off to Benfica

    WARRIORS and Yadah FC hotshot Leeroy Mavunga’s stock continues to rise as it emerged yesterday that the hugely-talented midfielder has been invited for trials by Portuguese Primeira Liga giants Benfica.

    Leeroy Mavunga
  • ‘Bulawayo, Beitbridge have no records for stand seekers’

    Bulawayo City Council does not have a waiting list for prospective house and stand seekers, Auditor-General, Mildred Chiri has said.

    Bulawayo-City-Council BCC
  • MDC-T despatches teams to protect members from Zanu PF

    THE MDC-T Matabeleland South province has despatched its teams to Insiza North to “defend” opposition supporters who have come under attack from Zanu PF activists pushing for their eviction from the area.

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  • Zanu PF ropes in Chinese for polls
    Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere

    Zanu PF has roped in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to train its officials on mobilisation ahead of the 2018 general elections as the ruling party gets increasingly jittery over the prospects of facing a united opposition, NewsDay has heard.

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  • Bulawayo-City-Council BCC
    ‘Bulawayo, Beitbridge have no records for stand seekers’

    Bulawayo City Council does not have a waiting list for prospective house and stand seekers, Auditor-General, Mildred Chiri has said.

  • Pilgrims attending the Bernard Mizeki commemorations
    When nature mourns a man of faith

    A CONVOY of buses and lorries passesthrough the small farming town of Marondera carrying pilgrims — predominantly members of the Anglican Church of Central Africa (CPCA) —heading for their annual commemorations of the country’s first black martyr, Bernard Mizeki, at his shrine a few kilometres out of town.

  • ZEC
    Women voters don’t trust Zec

    ZIMBABWEAN women do not trust the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to deliver a free and credible election in 2018 mostly because of its links with the ruling party Zanu PF and military institutions.

  • court-gavel
    Air Force officer up for raping girl (6)

    An Air Force of Zimbabwe senior officer has been arraigned before the courts on allegations of raping his neighbour’s six-year-old granddaughter.

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    Wife beats hubby for attending Paul Mwazha’s apostolic church

    A JOHANNE Masowe Apostolic sect member allegedly bashed her husband for attending service at Paul Mwazha’s African Apostolic Church before running amok and stripping naked, while at a police station after her arrest.

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    MDC-T despatches teams to protect members from Zanu PF

    THE MDC-T Matabeleland South province has despatched its teams to Insiza North to “defend” opposition supporters who have come under attack from Zanu PF activists pushing for their eviction from the area.

  • ZimStat
    Village health workers earn $14

    Village health workers across the country’s provinces earn a paltry $14 each month, given to them on a quarterly basis by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other development partners, it has been revealed.

  • Motorists set to pay tollgate fees using EcoCash
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    Econet Wireless and the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) have entered into a partnership which will enable EcoCash users to pay tollgate fees using the platform.

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  • ccz
    Family basket down by 1,3%

    THE Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) says the family basket decreased by $1,38 to $577,77 in May due to a number of promotions by retailers, which saw a reduction in the prices of many basic commodities.

  • Clive-Mphambela-1
    Addressing data quality issues in credit referencing frameworks

    An individual with a strong credit reference score built on good credit behaviour can be a more valuable customer to a lender than someone who has vast tangible assets but also has a bad credit record. It is this principle that makes the introduction of the central credit registry by the central bank such an […]

  • world bank
    Govt continues to borrow despite low revenue: WB

    THE World Bank says government’s fiscal position in 2016 expanded by 8% points of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which shows continued borrowing despite not having revenues to match.

  • ecobank
    Ecobank approves $400m in convertible bonds

    ECOBANK Transnational Incorporated (ETI), the parent company of the Ecobank Group has approved the issue of up to $400 million in convertible bonds.

  • zim stock exchange
    Cash crisis hits micro-finance institution GetBucks

    ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange listed, GetBucks Microfinance Bank says it has not been spared by the cash crisis prevailing in the country.


  • Yadah FC star off to Benfica
    Leeroy Mavunga

    WARRIORS and Yadah FC hotshot Leeroy Mavunga’s stock continues to rise as it emerged yesterday that the hugely-talented midfielder has been invited for trials by Portuguese Primeira Liga giants Benfica.

    Read more
  • rugby_0
    Sables go for broke

    SABLES coach Cyprian Mandenge has named all the experienced players in his depleted squad in the starting line up in the hope of securing a winning start in the opening Rugby Africa God Cup encounter against Senegal today.

  • Lloyd Chitembwe
    Lloyd Chitembwe breaks down

    Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe struggled to hold back tears, overcome by emotion, after his defence leaked like a sieve to surrender a first-half lead and lose 4-2 to Al Ahli Tripoli, in their Caf Champions League Group B football match here at the Stade Taieb Mhiri on Wednesday night – a result that destroyed […]

  • Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
    NBA star Moute jets in

    National Basketball Association (NBA) Cameroonian star Luc Richard Mbah a Moute arrives in the country this afternoon for a high-profile three-day training camp with young players.

  • Chengetayi Mapaya
    Mapaya family disowns Payne Global Sports

    THE family of St George’s College triple jumper and footballer Chegetai Mapaya has denied any links with Payne Global Sports Management International, who claims to have facilitated a scholarship in the United States for the youngster.

  • Golf-
    Brooke hosts Senior Golfers Society national tourney

    THE Mashonaland Senior Golf Association will host the 85th edition of the Senior Golfers Society of Zimbabwe (SGSZ) national tournament which tees off at Brooke Golf Club (formerly Borrowdale Brooke) today and runs through to Sunday.


  • Masanga — prolific music producer
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    AFTER 15 years in the music industry, prolific gospel music producer Blessing Masanga remains unknown to many — largely because he is a “behind-the-scenes” man — but his magic shines through works of songs including Rudo by Pah Chihera and Prince Musarurwa, Zodzo by Munyaradzi Munodawafa, Ebenezer and Maranatha by Togarepi Chivaviro and Takesure Zamar’s […]

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  • Killer T
    College beauties tussle for crown

    TWENTY college beauties are set to tussle for the crown during the Miss Mutare Polytechnic pageant finals scheduled for July 1 at the posh Golden Peacock Villa Hotel, where dancehall sensation, Killer T, will provide entertainment.

  • Masvingo Worship Choir
    Gospel outfit to record debut album live

    MASVINGO Worship Choir is set to do a live recording of its debut 18-track DVD album at Charles Austin Theatre on July 1, almost a year after it was established.

  • Tariro neGitare on stage.
    Weekend Outing

    Jamaican reggae superstar Anthony B tonight stages his maiden show in Zimbabwe at Glamis Arena in Harare. He will be supported by Winky D, Soul Jah Love and Jah Prayzah while on the turntables will be Gary B and Emcee Templeman. Locally, Antony B has collaborated with Freeman on the song titled Time to Get […]

  • Josh-Hozheri
    Jazz 105 in trouble over $12 000

    City of Harare’s former brewery company, Rufaro Marketing (Pvt) Ltd, has taken a popular local night club, Jazz 105 (Pvt) Ltd, to the High Court seeking cancellation of a lease agreement, ejectment and payment of over $12 700 in rental arrears.

  • Changamire Dombo
    Dembo, Changamire Dombo in collabo

    SUNGURA musician Nomore Mudevairi — popularly known as Changamire Dombo in music circles — recently said collaborations were important as they afforded musicians an opportunity to learn from each other while treating fans to a variety of music tastes.

  • Edith WeUtonga
    Local musicians to strike gold

    VADZIMU Records Music Library has struck a deal with the leading music publishers worldwide, Sonoton Music, which will see music by local artistes — Clive “Mono” Mukundu, Edith weUtonga and Queen Marshie — being distributed on the global market.

  • Gonyeti
    Gonyeti dares fate with new show

    BUS Stop TV comedian, Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya is a courageous woman, who has no qualms about tempting fate.

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