• Live Updates: Caf 2016 fixtures

    Zimbabwe’s Caf Confederation Cup representatives Harare City and Chicken Inn face off against Madagascar ‘s AS Adema and South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns respectively.

    Double trouble Khama Billiat (right) and Keegan Dolly at Joshua Mqabuko Airport yesterday
  • Music, sex and drugs in the music industry

    Upcoming reggae musician, Melinda Bepura (23) has revealed how gifted young female musicians, who could easily become household names, continue to explore other pursuits in life, as the music industry has not been kind to women.

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  • Grace guns for Mnangagwa

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe yesterday set the ball rolling in what is seen as the final push to annihilate a Zanu PF faction reportedly linked to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, popularly known as “Team Lacoste”, as she declared she is firmly in charge of the ruling party.

    Grace Mugabe listerning to resident Minister, Martin Dinha during a rally in Mazoe yesterday Pic Shepherd Tozvireva1
  • Sex workers ‘drugging’ children for protection

    SEX workers, eager to cash in on every opportunity against a grim economic background where the disposable income of most of their clients has been eroded, have resorted to drugging their toddlers with sleeping pills before sneaking out for work at night, NewsDay Weekender can reveal.

    A motorist solicit for sex from sex workers along Third street  (2)
  • High-riding Brazilians wary of Gamecocks

    WARRIORS star man Khama Billiat led his South African side Mamelodi Sundowns into Bulawayo yesterday, where they will take on Chicken Inn in the Caf Champions League preliminary round first leg match at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon.

    Double trouble Khama Billiat (right) and Keegan Dolly at Joshua Mqabuko Airport yesterday
  • Bindura University student sues Chombo, Chihuri for $51k
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    A BINDURA University student, whose arm was fractured while allegedly being beaten by police officers in July last year, has taken Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo and Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri to the High Court seeking over $51 000 in compensation.

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    Ex-GMB workers picket at former workplace over salaries

    Close to 400 former Grain Marketing Board (GMB) workers have maintained vigil for almost a week at the parastatal’s offices in Harare, demanding payment for 10 months’ salary arrears.

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    SA investor offers job lifeline to retrenched Zimasco workers

    HOPE has been rekindled for former Zimasco workers who were laid off last year, after a South African investor, Portnex International, offered nearly most of them fresh contracts ahead of reopening of three chrome smelting furnaces.

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    State bungles as Gushungo bombing suspect reneges on plea bargain

    FOR the second time in as many weeks, yesterday, the prosecution department bungled yet another plea bargain with one of the accused charged with the foiled bombing attack on President Robert Mugabe’s Gushungo dairy plant last month.

  • Rural learners missing out on modern education due to power shortages
    Chingwizi pupils face bleak future

    MWENEZI — Even at Kushinga High School, an established, top-ranked and well-resourced school in Chivi, Edzai Mazhazhate stood out among her brainier peers. Her dream was to become a lawyer. But that was before disaster struck while she was doing her “O” Levels.

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    G40 in Mujuru fiasco replay

    Dragged to a political fiasco whose spoils they may never see, hordes of Zanu PF supporters were bussed to the governing party’s headquarters on Thursday allegedly without the faintest idea of what they had come for.

  • 1-Some of the inmates at Chikurubi Maximum prison .Overcrowding and shortage of basic commodities is a major cause for concern
    Legislator reiterates calls for condoms in male prisons

    A LEGISLATOR has reiterated calls to provide prisoners with condoms to reduce the spread of sexually-transmitted infections and HIV among male inmates.

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    Harare staff rationalisation: HR committee chair speaks

    THE Harare City council last year engaged in a rationalisation programme spearheaded by the human resources committee chaired by councillor Wellington Chikombo. The process led to thousands of job losses, including that of former town clerk Tendai Mahachi.

  • Are you building a sustainable SME enterprise?
    Quality-Management

    It is not easy to conceive a business idea and then successfully convert that idea into a successful business. A lot of work goes into creating a successful business enterprise, whether big or small.

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  • afdis
    African Distillers profit after tax declines

    AFRICAN Distillers Limited profit after tax declined to $1,6 million compared to $1,9 million for the half-year-ended December 31 2015 due to a decline in revenue as consumers shifted to lower priced products.

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    USAid to disburse $165m in aid

    THE United States Agency for International Development (USAid) will this year disburse about $165 million in aid towards technical assistance, training, and commodities as it moves to alleviate the country’s food security situation.

  • Bakers Inn CEO Ngoni Mazango giving a speech during the launch of the Bakers Inn traders and consumers bread promotion
    Bakers Inn targets 600 000 loaves a day

    Bakers Inn is targeting to produce 600 000 loaves per day by the end of the year as it seeks to increase its market share to 55% in the highly competitive sector.

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    Allied Timbers, Kanyekanye head for clash

    Allied Timbers Zimbabwe (ATZ) and its former group chief executive officer, Joseph Kanyekanye, are headed for a clash as it emerged yesterday that the integrated timber concern was accused of violating a mutual separation agreement signed last year.

  • EcoCash general manager  Natalie Nyabangwe speaking at the launch of its partnership with Chitoro
    RBZ puts measures for diaspora remittances

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is putting in place measures to allow Diaspora remittances after licencing 34 money transfer agencies by December 2015, deputy governor Kupukile Mlambo has said.

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    CABS mortgage portfolio to grow

    CABS expects its mortgage portfolio to grow by 32% in 2016 in line with rising demand from customers, an executive has said.

  • Exports of footwear, leather articles and upholstery leather declined to $3,3 million in 2014 from $60,5 million in 2002
    Leather exports drop by 95%

    ZIMBABWE’S exports of leather products declined by 95% to $3,3 million in 2014 due to depressed economic activity in the cattle-rich southern region of the country, trade promotion agency ZimTrade has said.

  • Live Updates: Caf 2016 fixtures
    Double trouble Khama Billiat (right) and Keegan Dolly at Joshua Mqabuko Airport yesterday

    Zimbabwe’s Caf Confederation Cup representatives Harare City and Chicken Inn face off against Madagascar ‘s AS Adema and South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns respectively.

    Read more
  • Double trouble Khama Billiat (right) and Keegan Dolly at Joshua Mqabuko Airport yesterday
    High-riding Brazilians wary of Gamecocks

    WARRIORS star man Khama Billiat led his South African side Mamelodi Sundowns into Bulawayo yesterday, where they will take on Chicken Inn in the Caf Champions League preliminary round first leg match at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon.

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    Chiyangwa gets Caf appointment

    Zimbabwe Football Association president Phillip Chiyangwa has been appointed to serve as a member of the Caf U20 Organising Committee.

  • Clement Matawu
    Antipas plans to starve CBD

    CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas is treading cautiously ahead of their Caf Champions League preliminary round match against South African Premier Soccer League side Mamelodi Sundowns at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

  • harare city fc
    City target home success

    Zimbabwe’s Caf Confederation Cup representatives Harare City are determined to progress from their preliminary round encounter against Madagascan side AS Adema ahead of their first leg tie at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow.

  • Zim-cricket-team
    Eight schools participate in Petra T20 cricket tournament

    Eight high schools will be participating in the T20 cricket tournament being hosted by Petra High School in Bulawayo this weekend.

  • Sean Williams
    Williams in trouble . . . again

    Zimbabwe all-rounder Sean Williams has landed himself into fresh controversy which has resulted in a three-match suspension at the ongoing domestic Twenty20 (T20) competition in Bulawayo.

  • caps united
    Chitembwe’s mean machine

    CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has finalised assembling his “galacticos” ahead of the new Premier Soccer League (PSL) season with the capture of Tafadzwa Rusike on a one-year contract.

  • Music, sex and drugs in the music industry
    Mel B etched

    Upcoming reggae musician, Melinda Bepura (23) has revealed how gifted young female musicians, who could easily become household names, continue to explore other pursuits in life, as the music industry has not been kind to women.

    Read more
  • jah-prayzah
    Video: NewsDay Weekend Outing

    Hello out there, how is your Friday, watch our first edition of the Weekend Outing where we give you what to expect on the weekend.

  • Patson Dzamara
    Patson Dzamara’s valentine gift

    LEADERSHIP development expert and author, Patson Dzamara, will today release a single love track titled Tichembedzane, which is part of his debut album that will be out in March.

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    Mudhara Bhonzo back to acting

    VETERAN broadcaster and actor Lawrence Simbarashe who had fallen on hard times is set for another shot at acting after he was cast as an actor in a local film titled Mapeto that is set to be premiered in Harare soon.

  • Mathias Mhere
    Mhere pockets $3 000 at album launch

    GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere on Wednesday night pocketed nearly $3 000 following an auction carried out during his fifth album launch at a colourful ceremony held at Rainbow Hotel in Harare.

  • Tsungayi Hatitye
    Zim playwright shines in the US

    A PLAY written by United States-based playwright, Tsungayi Hatitye, has been selected as part of 10 dramas in the Saving Endangered Species Int’l Playwriting Competition out of 200 plays from 19 countries.

  • Melgin-Tafirenyika
    Filmmaker relocates to Zim

    ZIMBABWEAN filmmaker Melgin Tafirenyika, who was based in South Africa for almost a decade, has returned home and opened a studio in Chitungwiza.

  • Polisile-Ncube
    Artists cry foul over Zimura fee

    Local artists are crying foul over the rise of membership registration fees for Zimbabwe Music Rights’ Association.

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