• Prof Moyo under fire over Mugabe debt story

    ZANU PF apologist, Goodson Nguni has lashed out at Information minister, Jonathan Moyo over a story published in The Herald claiming he had supplied information relating to President Robert Mugabe’s reported $30 million debt to axed Mashonaland East chairperson, Ray Kaukonde.

    Moyo wants to destroy Zanu PF from within - Sylvester Nguni
  • Just in: ConCourt outlaws arrest of sex workers

    THE Constitutional Court on Wednesday outlawed the arrest of sex workers found loitering the streets “for purposes of prostitution”, saying as long as there were no men who would confirm being approached by the women for sex, the arrests were unconstitutional.

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  • Pictures: Harare’s vending time bomb

    A time bomb is ticking in Harare central business district, as vendors have occupied literally every open space.

    Sweet vending along Chinhoyi Street.
  • Arrested FIFA officials face extradition to U.S.

    Six high-ranking soccer officials, including two vice-presidents of world governing-body FIFA, were arrested by Swiss police on Wednesday and detained pending extradition to the United States.

    A police van drives past the Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich, where Fifa officials were arrested on Wednesday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters
  • Independent candidates cry foul

    SOME independent candidates in the June 10 by-elections have accused Zanu PF members of interfering with their campaign programmes by pulling down their posters in order to close them out of the race.

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  • Just in: ConCourt outlaws arrest of sex workers
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    THE Constitutional Court on Wednesday outlawed the arrest of sex workers found loitering the streets “for purposes of prostitution”, saying as long as there were no men who would confirm being approached by the women for sex, the arrests were unconstitutional.

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  • Sweet vending along Chinhoyi Street.
    Pictures: Harare’s vending time bomb

    A time bomb is ticking in Harare central business district, as vendors have occupied literally every open space.

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    Independent candidates cry foul

    SOME independent candidates in the June 10 by-elections have accused Zanu PF members of interfering with their campaign programmes by pulling down their posters in order to close them out of the race.

  • ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa
    Zapu attacks MDC-T boycott campaign

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s “No Reforms, No Election” campaign in areas where other opposition parties have fielded candidates for the June 10 by-elections could endanger an envisaged grand coalition, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Mangoma ‘sex scandal’ sparks bloody fight

    THERE was drama at the MDC Renewal Team offices in Harare yesterday when the party’s treasurer-general Elton Mangoma was allegedly physically assaulted by an executive member of the party who accused him of adultery.

  • Energy Mutodi (c) appeared at the Harare Magistrate court accompanied by detectives over allegations of swindling thousands of prospective home seekers in Harare, on June 14, 2013. Picture: Hilary Maradzika
    Mutodi faces fresh fraud charge

    Sungura musician-cum-businessman Energy Mutodi has been summoned to appear in court next week on fresh fraud charges relating to alleged misuse of trust funds at his National Housing Development Trust.

  • Chitungwiza residents wave placards denouncing council officials on Thursday
    Chitungwiza residents up in arms with council over meeting snub

    CHITUNGWIZA Residents’ Trust (Chitrest) is up in arms against the MDC-T-dominated Chitungwiza Municipality for allegedly snubbing the organisation’s Policy Dialogue Forum meant to discuss the new Constitution’s Bill of Rights as it relates to residents.

  • Mugabe and Tsvangirai showed tolerance of each other, despite past differences
    National Convergence conference hits snag

    THE much-touted National Convergence Platform (NCP) which was expected to bring together church, political and civil society leaders to resolve the country’s political and economic problems now hangs in the balance due to financial problems, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Auction floor receipts dwindle
    Tobacco prices shrunk to as low as US 0.6 cents.

    THE Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) says auction floors continue to receive less tobacco compared to contracted tobacco sales due to lack of free funding for farmers to support themselves.

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    AfDB to help Zim out of the woods

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) is helping Zimbabwe resolve its debt with bilateral and multi-lateral financial institutions to enable the country to regain the status as one of the continent’s top economies, outgoing president Donald Kaberuka said on Monday.

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    Business as usual at Telecel

    EMBATTLED mobile phone company, Telecel Zimbabwe, has said it will continue to operate normally after the granting of a court order against the cancellation of their operating licence.

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    EU injects $12,3 million into Togo, Ghana joint border post

    GHANA and Togo will have a joint border post operational by the end of the year after the European Union availed ₣11,3 million ($12,3 million) for the construction of the facility linking the two west African countries.

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    SRC should zip it up!

    SO the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has decided to raise its voice over the Zimbabwe national cricket team’s tour of Pakistan?

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    Fastjet on recruitment drive

    FASTJET Zimbabwe, the country’s upcoming low-cost airline, has embarked on a recruitment drive as it prepares for its maiden flight.

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    Procurement capacity building function

    THE major weakness in developing countries is the lack of procurement capacity.

  • Sanlam
    Masawara Group to dispose 40% to Sanlam

    MASAWARA Plc is set to dispose 40% in Masawara Investments Mauritius Limited (MIM) to Sanlam Emerging Markets Proprietary Limited (SEM) in a transaction worth $11,6 million, the company said last week.

  • Arrested FIFA officials face extradition to U.S.
    A police van drives past the Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich, where Fifa officials were arrested on Wednesday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

    Six high-ranking soccer officials, including two vice-presidents of world governing-body FIFA, were arrested by Swiss police on Wednesday and detained pending extradition to the United States.

    Read more
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    Sports policy out by August

    GOVERNMENT is set to have concluded and released the Zimbabwe sports policy before the National Youth Games begin in August this year, Sports, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa said yesterday during celebrations of the first anniversary of the Heath Streak Cricket Academy.

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    Zim face uphill task in opening ODI

    Zimbabwe national cricket team have been set a mammoth 376-run victory target by hosts Pakistan in the first of three ODIs at Gaddafi stadium in Lahore.

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    We took defence officials’ advice: Manase

    LAHORE — Wilson Manase, the Zimbabwe Cricket chairman, has said the landmark decision to tour Pakistan was taken after he had spoken to the Zimbabwe’s defence department and was told that it was alright to play in Pakistan.

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    Former boxer Moyo in epic EFC Africa fight

    FORMER Zimbabwe heavyweight boxer Elvis Moyo will face probably the biggest test in his Extreme Fighting Championship (EFC) Africa career when he takes on Poland’s Tomasz Kowalkowski at Carnival City in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday.

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    Mauchaza to test new swing in Canadian Tour debut

    UNITED States-based Zimbabwean golfer Nyasha Mauchaza will test out his remodelled swing at this week’s PC Financial Open in Vancouver, Canada, as he seeks a positive start to his professional career.

  • horse racing
    Top-class line-up for OK Grand Challenge

    THE 27th edition of the OK Grand Challenge is delicately poised to be an epic contest after Castle Tankard surprise winner Yer-Maan and his closest rivals Lucky Sam, Warcraft as well as defending champion Equina made the final field for the race set for June 6 at Borrowdale Race Course.

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    Ndabambi takes over as Dongo coach

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League side Dongo Sawmills has appointed Partson Ndabambi as head coach.

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