• Zifa to launch new national team kits

    Zifa is set to officially announce its partnership with Joma this afternoon at a function where the new national team kit will be unveiled.

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  • Issue out grain permits only – Millers

    BULAWAYO — Millers have urged the government to issue out only grain permits, not mealie-meal ones, in order to protect local industry from cheap imports. Government, together with the private sector, plans to import about 700 000 metric tonnes of maize to cater for deficits as a result of a poor harvest.

    Heap of corn grain
  • Former BBA winner Wendall back in court

    A LOCAL airline, Nu-Aero trading as Fresh Air Avtour, has approached the Supreme Court challenging the High Court’s order granting former Big Brother Amplified (BBA) winner Wendall Parson the sum of $24 500, which was part of an ambassadorial deal between the latter and the airline.

    Wendal-Parson
  • Braxton ‘snubs’ Mzembi, SA ambassador

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton brew a shocker on Wednesday evening, keeping Tourism minister Walter Mzembi and South African ambassador Vusi Mavimbela waiting at the Maestro Restaurant where they had been scheduled to have a business dinner, NewsDay can reveal.

    Toni Braxton&Babyface
  • Investigate Hurungwe West political violence: ZHRC

    OPPOSITION political parties and electoral watchdogs yesterday welcomed the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission’s (ZHRC) report on Hurungwe West by-elections that chronicled electoral violations by Zanu PF officials.

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  • Chitungwiza fires 236 workers
    kasukuwere

    CHITUNGWIZA Council yesterday fired 236 workers by way of giving them three months’ notice of termination of their contracts.

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  • MDC-T MP for Southerton Gift Chimanikire makes a point during debate on the Labour Ammendment Bill tabled before Parliament yesterday
    Mining sector in shambles

    Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee chairperson Lovemore Matuke has said the country’s mining sector is in a shambles and needed an urgent policy overhaul as the country’s mineral resources had failed to make an impact on the economy.

  • TORWOOD 2
    Redcliff Mayor in debt trouble

    Redcliff Mayor Freddy Kapuya, who has been on the forefront of the eviction of Torwood residents over non-payment of rentals, is facing his own fair share of debt problems.

  • goerge-charamba-
    State broadcaster ZBC ‘rehiring’ dismissed employees

    STATE broadcaster Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) is reportedly re-hiring some of its experienced staff fired using the Supreme Court ruling that allows the termination of employment contracts on three months’ notice, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe addresses the media at Zimbabwe House in the capital Harare, December 23, 2009. Swiss food company Nestle has suspended operations in Zimbabwe, complaining of harassment after it pulled out of a deal to buy milk from a farm taken over by Mugabe's family. The decision marks a setback for the unity government formed by Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, his old rival, in an effort to persuade foreign investors it is safe to return and help rebuild a state ruined by a decade of decline. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
    Mugabe spot on: Maziwisa

    ZANU PF deputy director for information Psychology Maziwisa yesterday said President Robert Mugabe’s speech in Parliament where he promised a brighter economic future for all Zimbabweans and urged people to uphold peace was exciting news.

  • High-court
    CIO chases away white farmer

    A GOROMONZI white commercial farmer, Martin Grobbler, has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking to retain his Buena Farm, which was allegedly seized by members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) last week.

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    Labour unions should unite

    A LOCAL think-tank the Zimbabwe Democracy Institute has called on the country’s labour unions to shelve their differences, re-organise and unite for the sake of workers.

  • Empowerment of the girlchild will curb early child marriages
    ‘24,5% of teenage girls married’

    Child marriages are rife in Mashonaland Central, Mashonaland West and Masvingo provinces, with 24,5% of Zimbabwean girls between the ages 15-19 said to be currently married.

  • Building a sustainable SME business
    loan

    Being called a successful “business person” or “entrepreneur” is an honour that most of us cherish. It is however not easy to become a business person, let alone, a successful one.

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  • Heap of corn grain
    Issue out grain permits only – Millers

    BULAWAYO — Millers have urged the government to issue out only grain permits, not mealie-meal ones, in order to protect local industry from cheap imports. Government, together with the private sector, plans to import about 700 000 metric tonnes of maize to cater for deficits as a result of a poor harvest.

  • FBC BANK
    Effect 20% discount: FBC

    FBC Holdings has requested all its suppliers and service providers to effect a 20% discount on the current contractual obligations and future businesses as it moves to contain costs due to the harsh operating environment.

  • Patrick Chinamasa
    Give us money, Chinamasa pleads with World Bank

    Finance and Economic Development minister Patrick Chinamasa has pleaded for a cash bailout from the World Bank to enable Harare to clear its debts and catch up with the rest of the world.

  • Omen-Muza
    Why regional payment systems are assuming greater importance

    The first stage of the Sadc Integrated Regional Electronic Settlement System (SIRESS), being the first go-live involving countries in the Common Monetary Area (CMA) namely Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland, was initiated in July 2013.

  • refined-sunflower-oil
    No need to import cooking oil – CZI

    THERE is no need for Zimbabwe to continue importing cooking oil from neighbouring countries because local producers are now able to meet demand, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) said.

  • A man seats at the entrance of ZB Bank Southerton branch
    ZB Financial Holdings posts profit – Official

    ZB Financial Holdings has posted a $4,1 million profit for the half-year-ended June 2015 compared to a loss of $1,2 million in the same period last year, attributed to a raft of cost-cutting measures, an executive has said.

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    Agro-processor Pure Oil expands capacity

    PURE Oil, the producer of Zimgold cooking oil, will see its output more than doubling to 7 million litres per month following the acquisition of new machinery.

  • Tsipa makes patience plea
    Tsipa given his marching orders

    CAPS United veteran striker Leonard Tsipa has appealed for patience from the club’s demanding supporters, urging them to continue supporting the team even in trying times in their battle for honours.

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  • Charles Manyuchi in Italy on Saturday night
    Zimra’s demands draw fire

    ZIMBABWEANS have reacted with disgust to claims that Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is demanding a staggering $70 000 from superstar boxer Charles Manyuchi before they can release his passport which was confiscated upon his return from a tour of duty in Italy last month.

  • joma
    Zifa to launch new national team kits

    Zifa is set to officially announce its partnership with Joma this afternoon at a function where the new national team kit will be unveiled.

  • zim young warriors
    Pfumbidzai debuts for Hobro IK

    RONALD Pfumbidzai is set to make his debut for his new Danish club Hobro IK as they make a difficult trip to log leaders Midtjyland on Sunday.

  • Katsande
    Warriors set for success

    ZIMBABWE senior soccer team captain Willard Katsande believes the squad named by coach Kalisto Pasuwa is dripping with quality and can hold its own against Guinea and make the nation proud.

  • young sables 2
    Young Sables to settle scores

    The Young Sables’ mission against Namibia tomorrow is more than just winning the Africa Cup and qualifying for the Junior World Rugby Trophy, but the Under-19 rugby team has also been burdened with repairing the local game’s bruised and battered ego after the mauling of the seniors in Namibia recently.

  • chamu
    Pakistan announce T20 league in Qatar

    Doha — Pakistan on Wednesday announced it will host a twice-postponed Twenty20 league in Doha, Qatar, next year. The event is scheduled for February and will feature around 25 foreign players.

  • Mashinkila send-off
    Emotional send-off for Mashinkila

    Thousands of people thronged Lady Stanley Cemetery in Bulawayo to bid farewell to soccer legend Willard Mashinkila-Khumalo who was buried yesterday.

  • Mr Ugly contest organisers secure funding
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    THE Mr Ugly contest that had suffered a stillbirth due to financial constraints is back after organisers secured funding for the popular event, the pageant’s founder, David Machowa has said.

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  • dstv
    ‘Zambezi Magic hungry for local content’

    ZAMBEZI Magic channel boss Addiel Dzinoreva has urged Zimbabwean filmmakers to produce films that tell their own stories and address issues that are uniquely Zimbabwean.

  • Wendal-Parson
    Former BBA winner Wendall back in court

    A LOCAL airline, Nu-Aero trading as Fresh Air Avtour, has approached the Supreme Court challenging the High Court’s order granting former Big Brother Amplified (BBA) winner Wendall Parson the sum of $24 500, which was part of an ambassadorial deal between the latter and the airline.

  • Toni Braxton&Babyface
    Braxton ‘snubs’ Mzembi, SA ambassador

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton brew a shocker on Wednesday evening, keeping Tourism minister Walter Mzembi and South African ambassador Vusi Mavimbela waiting at the Maestro Restaurant where they had been scheduled to have a business dinner, NewsDay can reveal.

  • Toni Braxton&Babyface
    Braxton, Babyface concert ‘outrageously’ priced

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton’s local fans have expressed outrage over the “ridiculously” high price of her joint show with Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds who is landing in the country today ahead of their performance on Friday night.

  • Davido
    Local acts ready for Davido show

    LOCAL artistes who are billed to share the stage with Nigerian singer Davido on Saturday at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare said they are ready for the show and are promising sterling performances.

  • Charity Kamukosi
    A vendor who dares to be different and dreams big ….

    SHE weaves in and out of traffic with ease, her tiny hands clutching a stack of newspapers that flutter in the early morning breeze.

  • Billal Hyder one of world's tallest man Sharmeen Wazir Mahomed
    Hyder – making a living out of ‘unusual’ height

    HERE is a man whose shoes – size 16 – and bed, are custom-made to suit his unusual height.

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