• Brexit: UK sets out plans to replace all EU laws

    Thousands of EU laws on everything from workers’ rights to the environment are to be transferred into UK law as the country gears up for Brexit.

    Theresa May
  • Breaking: Nasty brawl in Mujuru’s NPP

    NATIONAL People’s Party top officials were involved in a violent public brawl reportedly over policy inconsistency as the Joice Mujuru led party appears to be nearing implosion

    National People’s Party leader Joice Mujuru
  • Rich pickings for Dynamos stars

    DYNAMOS star centre-back Elisha Muroiwa will be earning a mega salary of around $6 000 per month at his new Tanzanian top-flight league side Singinda United, it has emerged.

    Elisha Muroiwa (right) pens his new contract for Tanzanian club Singida United, along with a club official, after getting his signing-on fees of $20 000 in cash [on the table]
  • Retrenchees besiege NRZ offices

    OVER 100 former National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees, retrenched following the July 17 Supreme Court 2015 ruling besieged the company’s headquarters in Bulawayo on Tuesday to push management to settle their outstanding benefits.

  • Posthumous honour for Andy Brown

    AFTER releasing a string of hits in a largely controversial music career, Andy Brown is set to be posthumously honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to music at the fourth edition of the Masvingo Music Awards on Saturday.

    Andy Brown
  • Brexit: UK sets out plans to replace all EU laws
    Theresa May

    Thousands of EU laws on everything from workers’ rights to the environment are to be transferred into UK law as the country gears up for Brexit.

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  • National People’s Party leader Joice Mujuru
    Breaking: Nasty brawl in Mujuru’s NPP

    NATIONAL People’s Party top officials were involved in a violent public brawl reportedly over policy inconsistency as the Joice Mujuru led party appears to be nearing implosion

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    Retrenchees besiege NRZ offices

    OVER 100 former National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees, retrenched following the July 17 Supreme Court 2015 ruling besieged the company’s headquarters in Bulawayo on Tuesday to push management to settle their outstanding benefits.

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    Ex-Rhodesia premier’s grandson acquitted

    A Bulawayo magistrate has acquitted former Rhodesian Premier Howard Unwin Moffat’s grandson, Robert Bruce, of charges of illegal occupation of gazetted land.

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    Employees swindle employer $100 000 through POS machines

    TWO Curechem Overseas employees were last week arraigned at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with prejudicing the company of $100 000 by charging people 5% for using the firm’s point-of-sale (POS) machines without buying any goods.

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    Cops in trouble for assaulting kombi operator over bribe

    Six police officers, who are accused of assaulting a commuter omnibus operator after he failed to pay a bribe, yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing charges of assault and malicious damage to property.

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    Government urged to revise airport fees

    Members of Parliament have urged the government to reconsider airport fees charged by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) if the country is to boost its aviation industry.

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    Drug dealer’s appeal against sentence dismissed

    A drug dealer who was sentenced to 15 months in jail after he was arrested for possession of 3,925 kg of dagga worth $3 925 had his appeal thrown out after a full hearing by the High Court in Bulawayo.

  • Smuggling distressing business
    Zimra should tighten our porous borders

    INDUSTRY in Zimbabwe is deeply concerned about rampant smuggling of various goods into the country despite the existence of Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) and law enforcement agents at the country’s ports of entry, NewsDay has established.

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    NSSA cobbles plan for investee banks

    The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) is working on a strategy for its investments in the banking sector which might see it divesting from some entities or consolidations.

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    ZITF engages embassies for foreign exhibitors

    THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company is engaging foreign missions to Zimbabwe as it seeks to increase the levels of foreign exhibitors’ from the current 120 ahead of next month’s fair.

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    VIRL targets 60% women borrowers

    The Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB) publishes “The Microfinance Interview” a monthly question-and-answer feature through which it engages with key stakeholders of the microfinance (MFI) sector, service providers, development partners and regulators, among others, on issues of topical and mutual interest.

  • Mike Bimha
    Policy to boost local car assembly

    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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    Malawian bank eyes Barclays Bank Zim

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

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    ‘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.

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    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.

  • Rich pickings for Dynamos stars
    Elisha Muroiwa (right) pens his new contract for Tanzanian club Singida United, along with a club official, after getting his signing-on fees of $20 000 in cash [on the table]

    DYNAMOS star centre-back Elisha Muroiwa will be earning a mega salary of around $6 000 per month at his new Tanzanian top-flight league side Singinda United, it has emerged.

    Read more
  • Jonas Schomburg is the in-form man ahead of the Triathlon African Cup
    Strong elite fields for Troutbeck Triathlon African Cup

    TOP Turkish triathlete Jonas Schomburg headlines a strong field of male elite athletes set to battle for top honours during the 2017 Bonaqua Troutbeck Africa Triathlon Union (ATU) African Cup in the Troutbeck Resort in Nyanga on Saturday.

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    Zim golfers stay in touch at All-Africa Junior Challenge

    ZIMBABWE’S junior golfers edged closer to a spot at this year’s Toyota Junior World Cup after completing the second round of the All-Africa Junior Golf Challenge within striking distance of defending champions South Africa yesterday.

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    Zifa conducts grassroots coaching course

    Zifa will conduct a Fifa grassroots coaching course in Masvingo next week as part of the association’s plan to equip low-level local coaches.

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    Muroiwa boosts DeMbare

    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.

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    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.

  • Posthumous honour for Andy Brown
    Andy Brown

    AFTER releasing a string of hits in a largely controversial music career, Andy Brown is set to be posthumously honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to music at the fourth edition of the Masvingo Music Awards on Saturday.

    Read more
  • Jah Prayzah
    Jah Prayzah for Bush Fire Fest

    MUSICIAN Jah Prayzah has attracted the attention of Africa’s premiere music festival, the MTN Bushfire, and the organisers have roped him into the star-studded line-up of performers drawn from across the globe at the three-day event at House on Fire, Swaziland.

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    Tedious Matsito soldiers on

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

  • 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.

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    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.

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