• FC Platinum rise

    THINGS are looking well and lively for FC Platinum again. After a tumultuous start to the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League, the Zvishavane-based side has plundered 21 goals in their last 10 matches, an average of two goals per match to collect 21 points from a possible 30, equating to one loss, three draws […]

    Dejected FC Platinum twins Kelvin and Elvis Moyo, and Thabani Kamusoko talk to team coach Norman Mapeza after their loss to Dynamos.
  • Yogi, Mafu blast strikers

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says his strikeforce let him down after yet another disappointing campaign against Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

    Takesure Chinyama (left) fights for the ball with Teenage Hadebe of Highlanders during a PSL match played at Barbourfields Stadium, Bulawayo on Sunday
  • Allan Chimbetu in court over cellphone

    DENDERA musician Allan Chimbetu was yesterday ordered by Harare magistrate Audrey Tarugarira to pay a Harare man Saston Mazhanga $150 plus costs by August 31 as replacement fee for the applicant’s cellphone which he damaged while repairing it.

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  • Magistrate raps State for infringing activists’ right to liberty

    HARARE magistrate Tendai Mahwe yesterday grilled the State for contravening rights of accused persons in a case involving three civil society activists arrested after attending a court hearing of detained vendors last Saturday.

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  • Suspended town clerk seeks audience with mayor

    HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni yesterday said suspended town clerk Tendai Mahachi’s lawyers had written to Town House seeking a meeting to resolve their impasse and chart the way forward.

    Tendai Mahachi
  • Grace justifies Mazowe land grabs
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    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has defended her Mazowe land grabs in Mashonaland Central Province, accusing the villagers who were displaced during the expansion of her business empire in the area of under-utilising the land.

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    Political interference, looting mar community projects

    SHURUGWI — Political interference is taking its toll on the operations of the Tongogara Community Share Ownership Scheme in Shurugwi, amid reports of gross abuse of public funds.

  • GAVEL
    Magistrate raps State for infringing activists’ right to liberty

    HARARE magistrate Tendai Mahwe yesterday grilled the State for contravening rights of accused persons in a case involving three civil society activists arrested after attending a court hearing of detained vendors last Saturday.

  • Tendai Mahachi
    Suspended town clerk seeks audience with mayor

    HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni yesterday said suspended town clerk Tendai Mahachi’s lawyers had written to Town House seeking a meeting to resolve their impasse and chart the way forward.

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    Obama excludes Mugabe from AU meeting

    AFRICAN Union (AU) and Sadc chairman President Robert Mugabe will not be among several African leaders scheduled to meet visiting United States President Barack Obama at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, today, his spokesperson George Charamba has said.

  • Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku (top centre) flanked by High Court and Supreme Court judges  officially opens the 2014 legal year yesterday at Mashonganyika Building, Harare
    Supreme Court strikes again

    THE Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has made another shocking landmark labour ruling giving employers the right to withdraw employees’ allowances, saying these were not a right or entitlement.

  • Chitungwiza residents wave placards denouncing council officials on Thursday
    Chitown mayor accuses councillors of plotting his ouster

    CHITUNGWIZA mayor Philip Mutoti and town clerk George Makunde yesterday claimed that they had thwarted several attempts by some top council officials to mobilise councillors to pass a vote-of-no-confidence against them.

  • Johannes Ndanga ACCZ
    Ndanga claims MDC-T, Zanu PF war at ACCZ

    Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) president Johannes Ndanga yesterday claimed that power struggles currently rocking his organisation were being fuelled by Zanu PF and MDC-T infiltrators seeking to control its membership.

  • ‘Invest more in human resources’
    GUDYANGA

    SUB-SAHARAN countries, Zimbabwe included, should invest more in human resources to realise the potential of the mining sector believed to have power to drive the economy in the region, Mines and Mining Development permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga has said.

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    Mobile money activities total $6,1 billion

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says mobile financial activities totalled $6,1 billion as at December 31, 2014 as the sector expands its reach to areas unreached by normal banking activities.

  • The market adjusted itself, abandoning the bearer-driven Zimbabwe dollar currency system for forex well before government put in place a policy framework for the multi-currency regime
    Commission to probe demonetisation of Zim dollar pensions

    President Robert Mugabe has appointed Retired Justice George Smith to chair a commission of inquiry into the conversion of pensions and insurance benefits to the United States dollar from the defunct Zimbabwean dollar.

  • telone
    TelOne collects $72 million revenue in H1

    TELONE has raked in $72 million in revenue in the first half of the year and is targeting to collect $80 million in the second half of 2015, an official has said.

  • Tobacco prices shrunk to as low as US 0.6 cents.
    BAT smokes to profitability

    British American Tobacco (BAT) Zimbabwe posted an increase in after-tax profit to $7,6 million for the half year compared to $5,3 million over same period last year due to an increase in revenue and reduction in cost of sales.

  • Strive-Masiyiwa
    Tengai in partnership with Econet

    ZIMBABWE’S online market, Tengai, has entered into a partnership with Econet Wireless Zimbabwe to provide an online classifieds platform which allows free browsing and free advertising.

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    Zim awarded African Rising Star Country Branding Award

    ZIMBABWE has been awarded the African Rising Star Country Branding Award from Bloom Consulting, a Spain-based company that focuses on strategy consulting and specialises in nation branding.

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    Zim scores low on credit indicators

    ZIMBABWE has been given a three out of eight score on a scale of indicators that specifically deal with credit, a World Bank financial analyst has said.

  • FC Platinum rise
    Dejected FC Platinum twins Kelvin and Elvis Moyo, and Thabani Kamusoko talk to team coach Norman Mapeza after their loss to Dynamos.

    THINGS are looking well and lively for FC Platinum again. After a tumultuous start to the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League, the Zvishavane-based side has plundered 21 goals in their last 10 matches, an average of two goals per match to collect 21 points from a possible 30, equating to one loss, three draws […]

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  • Takesure Chinyama (left) fights for the ball with Teenage Hadebe of Highlanders during a PSL match played at Barbourfields Stadium, Bulawayo on Sunday
    Yogi, Mafu blast strikers

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says his strikeforce let him down after yet another disappointing campaign against Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

  • Young warriors training at Gwanzura studium
    Young Warriors troop into camp

    THE Zimbabwe Under-23 soccer team was expected to start trooping into camp last night for the sink or swim African Championship final qualifier, second leg against South Africa set for Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday night.

  • KARATE
    Zim karatekas impress in All-Africa So-Kyokushin

    ZIMBABWE karateka Senpai Brain Chiringa (second dan black belt) did the country proud after winning gold in the men’s Under 80kg of the inaugural All-Africa So-Kyokushin Karate tournament held in Chitungwiza at the weekend.

  • Sunday-Chidzambwa
    ’Loadshedding’ hits Chidzambwa

    SUNDAY Chidzambwa arrived at Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side ZPC Kariba with high expectations, following a trophy-laden coaching career that span over 30 years.

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    Muzondiwa hat-trick wins it for FC Platinum

    BUFFAOES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..0 FC PLATINUM . . . . . . . . . .(3)3 (more…)

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    Dongo frustrate Chicken Inn

    DONGO . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1)1 CHICKEN INN . . . . . . . .(1)1 (more…)

  • Caps United fans enjoying the match
    Mverechena blunder costs Caps

    CAPS UNITED . . . . . . . . . . . 0 HARARE CITY . . . . . . . . . .(0) 1 (more…)

  • New artiste drops controversial gospel single
    Phil Code

    GOSPEL artiste Phillip Mutonhori, also known as Phil Code, has just released a refreshing, but controversial rap-gospel song, Denga Kana Gehena, which digs deep into the hearts of believers and non-believers alike.

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  • Calvin Mtukudzi
    Rising star launches second album

    RISING Afro-jazz musician Calvin Mtukudzi on Saturday launched his second 10-track album titled Manamatiro at a well-attended event at The Legends Sports Bar in Marondera.

  • Musician Stunner took the opportunity to celebrate his birthday.
    Stunner, Mudiwa bury hatchet

    FLAMBOYANT urban groover Stunner and gospel hip-hop star Mudiwa seem to have buried the hatchet after a lengthy spells of dissing each other.

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    Chenjerai Hove laid to rest

    PROLIFIC author Chenjerai Hove was laid to rest at his family farm in Copper Queen in Gokwe in a burial that, according to family members, was “befitting a hero”, and was attended by hundreds of people last Saturday.

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    Allan Chimbetu in court over cellphone

    DENDERA musician Allan Chimbetu was yesterday ordered by Harare magistrate Audrey Tarugarira to pay a Harare man Saston Mazhanga $150 plus costs by August 31 as replacement fee for the applicant’s cellphone which he damaged while repairing it.

  • Sam Munyavi
    Memorial service held for Munyavi

    A CHURCH service, which was also stream-lived on the Internet (http://ustre.am1iE6x), was held at the weekend for the late veteran journalist Sam Munyavi at Mayflower Methodist Church in Leicester, England, on Sunday afternoon.

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    BBA reality TV 2015 edition cancelled

    AFRICA’S biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Africa (BBA) 2015 edition, has been cancelled due to lack of sponsorship, it has been established.

  • Brown daughter of the late singer Houston poses at premiere of Sparkle in Hollywood
    Breaking:Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, dead at 22

    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of late singer Whitney Houston, died on Sunday at the age of 22, some six months after suffering irreversible brain damage in an incident at her suburban Atlanta home, her family said in a statement.

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