• Mhofu targets Cosafa title

    WARRIORS coach, Sunday Chidzambwa has targeted reaching the finals at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) tournament that kicks off in North West Province, South Africa, this weekend.

    Sunday-Chidzambwa
  • Zec, Nikuv BVR ‘rigging’ plot exposed

    The integrity of next year’s elections is already in question, as it emerged that Israeli company, Nikuv International Project, could be roped in through the backdoor to manage, store and compile voters’ data ahead of the 2018 general elections, a development likely to raise eyebrows and questions about the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s (Zec) much-hyped biometric […]

    Zec chairperson Rita Makarau
  • 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.

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  • Mujuru party hit by mass defections

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP) yesterday suffered a major setback, as several top officials in Matabeleland South quit the opposition movement citing tribalism and factionalism.

    Joice Mujuru
  • 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.

    Edith WeUtonga
  • Zec, Nikuv BVR ‘rigging’ plot exposed
    Zec chairperson Rita Makarau

    The integrity of next year’s elections is already in question, as it emerged that Israeli company, Nikuv International Project, could be roped in through the backdoor to manage, store and compile voters’ data ahead of the 2018 general elections, a development likely to raise eyebrows and questions about the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission’s (Zec) much-hyped biometric […]

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  • Joice Mujuru
    Mujuru party hit by mass defections

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP) yesterday suffered a major setback, as several top officials in Matabeleland South quit the opposition movement citing tribalism and factionalism.

  • Karikoga Kaseke
    Warrant of arrest for ZTA boss Kaseke

    Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive officer, Karikoga Kaseke was on Thursday last week issued with a warrant of arrest after accruing $142 500 in maintenance arrears since July 2009.

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    Chitown residents attack interim commission

    Chitungwiza residents have expressed disappointment at the progress being made by the caretaker commission running affairs of the council, accusing it of having misplaced priorities.

  • ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa
    Zapu wades into Insiza land dispute

    THE Dumiso Dabengwa-led Zapu has waded into a land dispute in Insiza North, Matabeleland South province, confronting Zanu PF officials accused of assaulting and evicting suspected opposition supporters from the area.

  • A 3D plastic representation of the Facebook logo is seen in this illustration in Zenica
    Facebook won’t give info to govts on political grounds

    SOCIAL media platform Facebook has stringent conditions on giving out subscriber information to governments and does not comply if a government wants access to user information for political reasons, an official from the company said.

  • members-of-parliament-listening-to-the-presidential-address
    MPs haggle over ‘mahure’ slur

    PARLIAMENT business nearly came to a standstill yesterday as legislators haggled over a “mahure” (prostitutes) slur used by Shamva South Member of Parliament, Joseph Mapiki (Zanu PF) in reference to sex workers, fuelling a heated debate with female legislators, who argued the remark was derogatory.

  • sign language
    Deaf Trust calls for sign language syllabus

    The Deaf Zimbabwe Trust (DZT) has called on the Primary and Secondary Education ministry to support the inclusion of sign language in the education system, as its absence compromises the quality of education for the deaf pupils.


  • Mhofu targets Cosafa title
    Sunday-Chidzambwa

    WARRIORS coach, Sunday Chidzambwa has targeted reaching the finals at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) tournament that kicks off in North West Province, South Africa, this weekend.

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  • Cuthbert Dube
    Dube, Mashingaidze debts haunt Zifa

    Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) former president, Cuthbert Dube and ex-chief executive officer, Jonathan Mashingaidze’s debts continue to haunt the country’s football governing body after a local travel agent approached the court seeking to garnishee the association’s bank accounts.

  • Athletics
    Tanganda half marathon on

    OLYMPIAN, Wirimayi Juwawo has confirmed his participation at the annual Tanganda Tea half marathon, and will headline a cast of top athletes expected to converge in Manicaland this weekend for the race.

  • Caps United Players Dennis Dauda (left) and Leonard Tsipa celebrate a goal against How Mine at the National Sports Stadium in  Harare yesterday
    Al Ahly Tripoli are ordinary: Dauda

    CAPS United skipper Dennis Dauda has raised the stakes even higher for his team’s Caf Champions League Group B match against Al Ahly Tripoli here at the Stade Taïeb Mhiri, tonight, after trolling the Libyan giants by describing them as an ordinary side who were lucky to get a win in the reverse fixture in […]

  • Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
    Dynamos, Chapungu made to wait

    DYNAMOS and Chapungu have been made to wait longer for the outcome of their abandoned match after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday said they are still scrutinising the match officials’ reports from the game.

  • Bukhosi Sibanda
    Warriors’ call up delights Bantu Rovers’ skipper

    YOUNG Warriors and Bantu Rovers captain, Bukhosi Sibanda says his inclusion in the Warriors squad for the Council of Southern Africa Football Association (Cosafa) tournament which kicks off in South Africa at the weekend, is a big opportunity for him to learn and improve on his footballing career.


  • Local musicians to strike gold
    Edith WeUtonga

    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.

    Read more
  • 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.

  • Battle of the Chefs Episode 8
    Chefs battle ‘the wild card’

    TM Pick n Pay Battle of the Chefs contestants — Kendall, Pam, Susan and Cola — who were knocked out in earlier rounds have an opportunity to redeem themselves and make it to the semi-final if they can wow the judges with their creative dishes using offals.

  • Arthur-Mutambara
    Mutambara opens self to public scrutiny

    ARTHUR Mutambara has written an engaging work — In Search of the Elusive Zimbabwean Dream Volume 1 — that is a combination of presentations between the mid-1980s and 2000, and very selective autobiographical details.

  • Qounfuzed
    Qounfuzed back with new hot song

    As far as making good love music that resonates with people’s lives, it appears controversial dancehall singer, Qounfuzed, has made his mark and is continuing to set the pace, if his brand new song, Wakandigona, is anything to go by.

  • Annie Grace Mutambu
    Miss World Zim returns!

    THE country’s flagship beauty contest, Miss World Zimbabwe (MWZ), makes a return on July 22 after it was shelved last year, amid claims prospective beauty queens had failed to meet the expected standards.

  • Nobuntu
    Nobuntu headlines Acoustic Night

    BULAWAYO’S dazzling all-female ensemble Nobuntu (pictured) is set to headline the official launch of the rebranded Magitare Live Acoustic Night on Friday at the Harare City Library, where they will share the stage with Afro-jazz sensation, Tariro Negitare, Munyaradzi Nyamarebvu, Libert Mathole and poet, U Mind.

  • Sungura ace Alick Macheso
    Macheso promises ‘overdose’ of new songs

    TOP sungura musician, Alick Macheso has urged his legion of fans in Marondera to prepare for an “overdose” of his new songs, as he returns to the small town for a performance at The Legends Sports Diner on Saturday.

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