• We’ve created over 2,2 million jobs: Mnangagwa

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed that his Zanu PF government has surpassed its target of creating 2,2 million jobs since winning elections in 2013.

    Mnangagwa
  • Pressure mounts on Mutasa

    DYNAMOS coach, Lloyd Mutasa yet again finds himself under immense pressure to turn around the fortunes of the struggling Harare giants after they were held to one-all draw by an impressive Shabanie Mine at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

    Dynamos player, Peace Makaha (left) tries to roll the ball past Shabanie Mine FC striker, Farai Mupasiri during a match played at National Sports Stadium yesterday.
  • Govt blames sanctions for failure to fund arts

    RURAL Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage minister, Abednico Ncube on Saturday said the government is committed to funding the arts sector, but was struggling due to economic sanctions imposed against Zimbabwe.

    Shamva Gule cultural dance group perfom at the official opening of the Culture Week at Nyava High School on Saturday in Bindura on Saturday
  • Human rights groups hail Mphoko’s NPRC Bill

    THE Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) has thrown its weight behind Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s proposed National Peace and Reconciliation Bill (NPRC) Bill that was recently rejected by Zanu PF legislators, who feared that the law would expose the ruling party’s past atrocities.

    Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko
  • Zanu PF factions in bloody clashes

    THERE was a bloodbath at the Zanu PF Bulawayo provincial headquarters, Davis Hall, yesterday as members from the ruling party’s rival factions fought one another over the fate of under fire political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, resulting in a stabbing.

    A bleeding Bulawayo city centre district youth chairperson, Magura Charumbira, who claimed he was stabbed during the skirmishes
  • We’ve created over 2,2 million jobs: Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed that his Zanu PF government has surpassed its target of creating 2,2 million jobs since winning elections in 2013.

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  • Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko
    Human rights groups hail Mphoko’s NPRC Bill

    THE Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) has thrown its weight behind Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s proposed National Peace and Reconciliation Bill (NPRC) Bill that was recently rejected by Zanu PF legislators, who feared that the law would expose the ruling party’s past atrocities.

  • A bleeding Bulawayo city centre district youth chairperson, Magura Charumbira, who claimed he was stabbed during the skirmishes
    Zanu PF factions in bloody clashes

    THERE was a bloodbath at the Zanu PF Bulawayo provincial headquarters, Davis Hall, yesterday as members from the ruling party’s rival factions fought one another over the fate of under fire political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere, resulting in a stabbing.

  • Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede
    CiCZ condemns govt’s threats to amend Constitution

    RIGHTS group, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiCZ) has condemned government threats to amend the Constitution to scrap dual citizenship as “undemocratic and discriminatory”.

  • Nelson Chamisa,
    Chamisa snubs ‘bogus’ honorary degree

    MDC-T vice-president, Nelson Chamisa, has turned down an honorary doctorate degree offered to him by an obscure British institution called the Commonwealth University.

  • gavel
    Prisoner strangles cellmate to death

    AN inmate at Khami Remand Prison appeared at the Bulawayo Magistrates’ Court last week charged with strangling a fellow prisoner to death following a dispute over an unspecified issue while in their holding cell.

  • zimbabwe-nurses-and-doctors-1
    Student nurses demonstrate over poor diet

    STUDENT nurses at Brunapeg Mission Hospital in Plumtree have blasted officials at the institution, accusing them of providing sub-standard meals comprising cabbages and soya meat, popularly known as chunks, although they were paying $100 monthly for their upkeep.

  • DIAMOND
    Former Anjin Diamond employees’ hopes in limbo

    The 127 former Anjin Investments (Pvt) Ltd employees, owed more than $407 442 in terminal benefits following the seizure of all diamond mines in Chiadzwa by the government last year, will have to wait longer for the payment of their gratuities after their application was last week removed from the roll at the High Court […]

  • Cafca records 78% profit surge after tax for half year
    Cafca anticipates no major increase or decrease in activity provided foreign currency is available

    CAFCA saw its profit after tax surging 78% for the half year ended March 31, 2017 on the back of savings after the elimination of borrowings.

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  • Road infrastructure cannot be ignored in any economy. As the economy develops, society generally acquires more vehicles, leading to congestion.
    Highways are best provided through public-private partnerships

    DEVELOPMENT of road infrastructure alone is not effective in the absence of an appropriate road maintenance schedule. Maintenance is paramount to the sustenance of highway infrastructure and the public sector generally neglects this elements when it comes to the allocation of resources. Lack of maintenance leads to roads deteriorating very fast. The use of public-private […]

  • Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries president Busisa Moyo
    CZI defends import restrictions

    THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has defended the government’s protectionist measures on local industries, saying such policies were for the long term benefit.

  • vp-emmerson-mnangagwa-czr-president-denford-mutashu
    Government should provide support to locally-manufactured commodities

    GOVERNMENT should come up with a local content store model that supports or exclusively sells locally manufactured commodities to accelerate industry revival and capacity utilisation, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR), has said.

  • ipec
    Undercutting exposing insurance firms to collapse

    The Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) says insurance firms involved in undercutting premiums expose themselves to collapse, as it diminishes ability to cover risks and pay claims.

  • Create opportunities to get face-to-face time in social circles with your business prospects to introduce your products or services to them
    Sales strategies for SMEs

    Getting into business is easy, selling is difficult. Business is about generating revenues and cash flows. If you can sell, you cannot be in business.


  • Pressure mounts on Mutasa
    Dynamos player, Peace Makaha (left) tries to roll the ball past Shabanie Mine FC striker, Farai Mupasiri during a match played at National Sports Stadium yesterday.

    DYNAMOS coach, Lloyd Mutasa yet again finds himself under immense pressure to turn around the fortunes of the struggling Harare giants after they were held to one-all draw by an impressive Shabanie Mine at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

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  • Tichaona Mabvura celebrating his Ngezi Platinum's second goal against ZPC Kariba at Mandava Stadium yesterday
    Ngezi edge ZPC Kariba

    FOLLOWING ZPC Kariba’s slip at the Baobab Stadium yesterday, the well-watered surface took centre stage post-match and Ngezi Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya was unapologetic after he won the battle of the emerging versus the established against his former coach, Sunday Chidzambwa.

  • Elroy Akbay
    Angry Akbay to chop and change

    STUNG by the indifferent performances of his boys against teams at the bottom of the log, Highlanders’ head coach, Erol Akbay, says, going forward, he will be making wholesale changes to his regular squad against the lowly sides and that starts with Bantu Rovers at Barbourfields Stadium today.

  • Tendai Chikuni
    Battle of the strugglers at Ascot

    ARMY side Chapungu host Harare City tomorrow at Ascot Stadium in a battle of the strugglers, with both sides hoping to breathe life into their campaigns, which have started on a poor note.

  • Hamilton Masakadza
    Hamilton Masakadza stars in Zim A win over Canada

    HAMILTON Masakadza showed he is not a spent force in terms of limited-overs cricket when he smashed 146 runs off 131 balls to lead Zimbabwe ‘A’ to a 70-run victory over Canada in the third and final match at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

  • Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
    Mutasa seeks response against Shabanie

    DYNAMOS coach, Lloyd Mutasa will seek a response from his charges when they face Shabanie Mine in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match, where they know they cannot afford another stumble.


  • Govt blames sanctions for failure to fund arts
    Shamva Gule cultural dance group perfom at the official opening of the Culture Week at Nyava High School on Saturday in Bindura on Saturday

    RURAL Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage minister, Abednico Ncube on Saturday said the government is committed to funding the arts sector, but was struggling due to economic sanctions imposed against Zimbabwe.

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  • Jesesi Mungoshi
    GZU honours Jesesi Mungoshi

    RENOWNED actress, Jesesi Mungoshi on Friday received a Lifetime Achievement Award, in recognition of her contribution to the development of the country’s film industry from Great Zimbabwe University, at the premier of the film Solo naMutsai held at Charles Austin Theatre in Masvingo.

  • Pah Chihera
    Fashion designer dresses local celebs

    CLASSICIST designer, Lloyd Klein is a god of fashion, whose creations dominate red carpets, modelling ramps and wardrobes in Paris, Los Angeles and New York.

  • Terry Africa
    Afro-pop artiste invests in collabos

    UPCOMING Afro-pop musician Terrence Chivavaya, going by the moniker Terry Africa, has done a series of collaborations with established musicians in pathfinding efforts he hopes will help him seal his place in the cutthroat music industry.

  • Batsirai Chigama
    Female artists up for training

    TWENTY local female artists have been selected to participate in a photography and spoken word exchange project between Harare and London running under the theme, These Images are Stories.

  • Mathias Mhere
    Mathias Mhere in trouble over debt

    RENOWNED gospel musician, Mathias Mhere, has been dragged to the High Court by a local musical instruments supplier, Tropical Sounds and Music Distributors (Pvt) Ltd, which is seeking to recover over $11 000 for the equipment he allegedly bought on credit.

  • Sulumani Chimbetu
    Stage set for dendera, reggae experience

    DENDERA and reggae music fans in Marondera are this Sunday set for a rare experience in which the dendera bird crooning and reggae vibrations blend into a symphony of harmony as Sulumani Chimbetu and House of Stone combine their magic on stage.

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    Weekend Outing

    RURAL Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage minister, Abednico Ncube, will tomorrow launch this year’s Culture Week at Nyava High School in Musana.

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