• Mbada Diamonds seeks order to stop ‘theft’
    The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy is set to  visit Chiadzwa diamond fields as part of its oversight functions to ensure the mining sector contributes meaningfully to the economy

    Grandwell Holdings (Pvt) Ltd has once again approached the High Court seeking another order to compel the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) to stop continuously “stealing” its ore from Mbada Diamonds claims.

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  • NPP leader Joice Mujuru
    ‘Mujuru committed to coalition’

    NATIONAL People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru yesterday said she is still interested in working with all the progressive forces to dislodge President Robert Mugabe from power next year.

  • 1-A woman seating on a bed with a four weeks after police dump them at the tobbaco bans at River side farm in Consession some 40km away from Manzou Pic Shepherd Tozvirev
    In Pictures: From Mazowe to Concession, the story of Grace Mugabe evictees

    In a show of the First Lady’s unfettered power, police continued with the eviction of villagers from Arnold Farm in Mazowe, allegedly to pave way for first lady Grace Mugabe despite a High Court order barring them from destroying the villagers’ homes. (more…)

  • Ahmed Kathrada
    Zuma to stay away from Kathrada’s funeral

    South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma is not attending the funeral of veteran anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada at the request of his family.

  • Justice Malaba
    ‘Malaba appointed Chief Justice’

    DEPUTY Chief Justice Luke Malaba has reportedly been appointed as the new Chief Justice (CJ), taking over from Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku who retired last month. (more…)

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    Chombo, Chihuri face arrest over Grace

    ARNOLD Farm residents in Mazowe, who last week were granted an interdict barring demolition of their homes and eviction from the farm by the law enforcement agents, have once again approached the court seeking contempt of court charges against three top government officials.

  • MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora
    Nera to pile pressure on Mugabe

    Opposition political parties under the National Electoral Reforms Agenda (Nera) banner plan to hold a rally next week to ratchet up pressure on President Robert Mugabe’s administration to implement poll reforms.

  • Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo
    Stay calm, Zim special permit holders told

    ZIMBABWEANS living in South Africa, who hold the special dispensation permit must stay calm and wait for the government to make an official announcement at the end of the year, a lobby group has urged.

  • Policy to boost local car assembly
    Mike Bimha

    The government is finalising new legislation which supports the growth of the motor vehicle industry through capacitating local vehicle assembly and component manufacturing.

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  • Barclays-bank
    Malawian bank eyes Barclays Bank Zim

    Malawian banking group First Merchant Bank (FMB) is in talks with Barclays PLC to buy its Zimbabwean unit.

  • African-Capacity-Building-Foundation-Logo
    ‘New report to accelerate drive towards African vision’

    THE Africa Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) has launched a report which will complement government’s efforts towards the realisation of the African vision.

  • gold
    Falgold in a fix

    RESOURCES group Falcon Gold’s ability to continue as a going concern is uncertain after its current liabilities exceeded assets by $2,4 million in the year-ended September 30, 2016, an independent auditor Ernst and Young has warned.

  • Air Zimbabwe
    Tourism players worried over poor air service

    THE lack of a well-serviced route network around Zimbabwe by scheduled air service providers is a big worry for the local tourism sector, Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) has said.

  • NetOne executive (marketing) Juliet Ziswa (left) and the mobile firm’s executive media manager Clever Isaya
    NetOne intensifies push for subscribers

    NetOne has launched a value-added service, which allows its subscribers to listen to the latest news from favourite stations, as the country’s second largest operator intensifies its push to win the hearts of subscribers in the competitive industry.

  • Agriculture water spray
    Are ICTs improving agriculture or just smearing digital ‘lipstick’?

    While information and communications technologies (ICTs) have been part of African agriculture and rural communities for many years, benefits associated with these technologies have eluded the majority of farmers, traders and value chain actors. There is now a strong feeling that most ICT initiatives constitute smearing of digital “lipstick” on African agriculture and rural development.

  • Econet founder Strive Masiyiwa
    Masiyiwa joins Fortune Magazine’s top 50 leaders

    Telecoms mogul and millionaire Strive Masiyiwa has been named among the top 50 leaders by top global business publication, Fortune Magazine.

  • Muroiwa boosts DeMbare
    Elisha Muroiwa

    Premier Soccer League giants Dynamos have received a timely boost after stocky defender Elisha Muroiwa and forward Wisdom Mutasa returned home from Tanzania on Monday in time for the potentially explosive season opener against FC Platinum at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

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    FC Platinum seek temporary home

    FC PLATINUM have been forced to seek an alternative venue to host their first two home matches of the 2017 Premier Soccer League (PSL) campaign with renovations taking place at Mandava Stadium yet to be completed.

  • Part of the thousands of people who thronged the National Sports Stadium.
    5 clubs crammed into National Sports Stadium

    AS the 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) campaign kicks off this weekend, five top-flight clubs in Harare will have to congest the National Sports Stadium following the closure of Rufaro Stadium for renovations while Gwanzura was condemned by the First Instance body for failure to meet standards.

  • Thomas Sweswe
    Sweswe quits, takes up FUZ post

    AFTER an illustrious football career stretching back to 2001 when he played for Caps United, former Warriors defender Thomas Sweswe has called it a day after being voted Footballers’ Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) secretary-general at a congress held in Harare on Monday.

  • Athletics
    Fatigued Kativhu doubts title defence

    LONG distance runner Monica Kativhu doubts she will be able to defend her PPC Matopos 33-miler Ultra-Marathon title on Saturday, as she is fatigued following her participation in the Zululand Nongoma 56km Ultra-Marathon where she came third last week.

  • Norman Mapeza (right) giving instructions to Warriors players at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday
    Zifa happy with Mapeza

    ZIFA is satisfied with Norman Mapeza’s performance after leading his Warriors to a 0-0 draw against neighbours Zambia in an international football friendly at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, the strongest hint that the FC Platinum gaffer could be given the job on a full-time basis.

  • Highlanders supporters celebrate their team's win after the match.
    5 Bosso supporters die in accident

    Premier Soccer League giants Highlanders have been saddened at the loss of five supporters who perished in a car accident at the weekend on their way from Bulawayo where Bosso played Caps United in the Zimbabwe National Army Charities Shield final.

  • Partson Jaure
    Jaure’s happy return

    Ngezi Platinum Stars defender Partson Jaure says he is delighted to be back in the Warriors fold after damaging reports of alleged match-fixing had appeared to have ended his international football career with the Zimbabwe Warriors.

  • Tedious Matsito soldiers on
    Tedious-Matsito

    SUNGURA musician Tedious Matsito, who recently suffered a stroke, has vowed to release his 23rd album once he recovers.

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  • Boom Betto (left)
    Munodonhedza Musika for Byo

    A VIRTUALLY unknown musician Boom Berto, whose track Munodonhedza Musika has become almost like a national anthem, will together with Jah Prayzah, stage what is expected to be a fiery performance when they descend on Bulawayo this Friday.

  • Knowledge Khanye
    Khanye puts faith in second album

    RISING gospel musician Knowledge Khanye believes his second offering, Kutaura Nemi, is a breakthrough effort, which will spur his career to dizzy heights after it got him nominated for an award at the upcoming Masvingo Music Awards.

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    MUSE to launch debut album

    AFTER enticing fans at different live shows in the city, one of Bulawayo’s best vocalists, MUSE, is set to launch his much-anticipated album, The Artist, on April 8 at the Bulawayo Theatre.

  • Prince Edward band
    Prince Edward launches festival

    PRINCE Edward High School is set to launch a music festival bringing together various high schools to showcase different genres of music on April 1 with an official launch graced by the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi as guest of honour.

  • Derrick Ndzimande
    SA gospel great Nzimande for Maranantha launch

    CELEBRATED South African gospel musician Derrick Ndzimande and Swaziland’s top musician Elias Shongwe will on Saturday grace Togarepi Chivaviro’s album launch to be held at Germiston Prayer Centre in South Africa as the guest of honour.

  • Eddie Ndhlovu
    Top producer unveils ambitious plan

    VETERAN film maker Eddie Ndhlovu has set his eyes on growing the local film industry by setting up one of the biggest independent production studios in Africa, patterned on the trends in Denmark and South Africa, NewsDay has established.

  • Hope Masike
    Masike tours learning institutions

    MBIRA songbird Hope Masike is touring learning institutions, imparting knowledge about the creative industry and distributing sanitary pads to girls as a United States embassy alumnus.

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