• Warriors in tough Cosafa group

    ZIMBABWE were last night drawn in Group A in the Cosafa Cup 2015 edition and will face the threat of Namibia, Lesotho and East Africans Tanzania in their bid make the quarter-finals.

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  • PSL 2015: Easy start for Dynamos

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Dynamos will start the defence of their league title with an easy home fixture against Buffaloes when the new season finally kicks off next week.

    A Dynamos supporter reacts during the match.
  • We can’t do without the West: Mnangagwa

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said Zimbabwe cannot continue to work in isolation and expressed willingness to end frosty relations with the West in another major Zanu PF government U-turn as the country’s economy continues on a downward spiral.

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  • Mutasa whistling in the graveyard: Zanu PF

    ZANU PF has warned ousted party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa against standing as the ruling party candidate in the Headlands constituency by-elections, saying he remained fired and described his intentions as absurd.

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  • ‘Mugabe not obliged to attend Parly sessions’

    UNITED Kingdom-based Zimbabwean legal expert Alex Magaisa yesterday said President Robert Mugabe was not under any legal obligation to attend Parliament’s question-and-answer sessions, but could only do so on his own volition.

    President Robert Mugabe arrives at the opening of the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe.
  • We can’t do without the West: Mnangagwa
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    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said Zimbabwe cannot continue to work in isolation and expressed willingness to end frosty relations with the West in another major Zanu PF government U-turn as the country’s economy continues on a downward spiral.

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    Mutasa whistling in the graveyard: Zanu PF

    ZANU PF has warned ousted party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa against standing as the ruling party candidate in the Headlands constituency by-elections, saying he remained fired and described his intentions as absurd.

  • President Robert Mugabe arrives at the opening of the Second Session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe.
    ‘Mugabe not obliged to attend Parly sessions’

    UNITED Kingdom-based Zimbabwean legal expert Alex Magaisa yesterday said President Robert Mugabe was not under any legal obligation to attend Parliament’s question-and-answer sessions, but could only do so on his own volition.

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    Tsvangirai pledges to assist Chitungwiza

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday pledged to help Chitungwiza Municipality mobilise the $4,5 million required to improve services delivery, particularly refurbishment of the sewage treatment plant.

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    Zanu PF shuts door on Gono

    ZANU PF has nominated former Central Intelligence Organisation deputy director-general Tongesayi Shadreck Chipanga to fill the Manicaland senatorial seat that fell vacant following the death of Kumbirai Kangai in 2013.

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    Ministers fall over each other donating to Mugabe bash

    CABINET ministers, parastatal bosses and other businesspeople have this week been falling over each other donating towards President Robert Mugabe’s 91st birthday banquet

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    UN honours AMH journalists

    Three Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) journalists were yesterday among the top 10 journalists honoured by the United Nations for the best development reporting.

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    Renewal Team welcomes talks with MDC-T, Zanu PF

    THE MDC Renewal Team says it is looking forward for talks with the Zanu PF and MDC-T with a view to reach consensus on how to address the plight of Zimbabweans under the leadership of President Robert Mugabe.

  • FC Platinum brace for Sofapaka challenge
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    FC PLATINUM need to avoid complacency when they take on Sofapaka of Kenya in a CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round second leg football match at Mandava Stadium tomorrow despite carrying a 2-1 goal advantage.

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    Another Highlanders star at Caps

    ANOTHER former Highlanders player Hillary Madzivanyika could be an addition to CAPS United after he turned up at training in Harare yesterday.

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    Warriors in tough Cosafa group

    ZIMBABWE were last night drawn in Group A in the Cosafa Cup 2015 edition and will face the threat of Namibia, Lesotho and East Africans Tanzania in their bid make the quarter-finals.

  • A Dynamos supporter reacts during the match.
    PSL 2015: Easy start for Dynamos

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Dynamos will start the defence of their league title with an easy home fixture against Buffaloes when the new season finally kicks off next week.

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    Matabeleland Tuskers win again

    APART from a fighting innings of 77, MidWest Rhinos did not put up too much of a struggle as Matabeleland Tuskers consolidated their position at the top of the Logan Cup cricket table with a 141-run victory at Kwekwe Sports Club yesterday.

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    AmaZulu suspend Nyadombo

    DURBAN — South African Premier Soccer League side AmaZulu have suspended defender Carlington Nyadombo indefinitely.

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    Nkatha double powers SuperSport

    TSHWANE — South African top-flight football side SuperSport United powered into the last 16 of the Nedbank Cup with a 4-1 win over Polokwane City at Lucas Moripe Stadium on Wednesday evening.

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    FC Platinum look to finish off Sofapaka

    ZIMBABWE’S only representatives in the 2015 Orange Caf Confederation Cup FC Platinum are looking to sew up the contest when they host Kenya’s Sofapaka in first round, return leg at Mandava Stadium on Saturday.

  • Jive Zimbabwe supports musicians
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    Music sales in Zimbabwe and the world at large have been negatively affected by the advent of technology that has enabled every techno-savvy person to make copies of music.

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    Artistes must embrace ICT: Mandiwanzira

    TECHNOLOGY and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira has urged local artistes to embrace information communication technology (ICT) to promote and market their works.

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    I need God’s strength – Mhere

    GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere has faced the scariest part of his musical career that has seen him lose a brother and be a victim of his wife’s alleged infidelity.

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    In the house: MPs should engage Executive on collapsing public health delivery

    THE appalling state of public health delivery took centre stage in the National Assembly last week.

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    Pink Concert venue moved

    ORGANISERS of the Pink Concert have changed the venue of the show to be held today from Reps Theatre in Harare to Avondale Primary School.

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    The return of Taso

    Afro pop musician Shepherd Kunodziya, affectionately known as Taso, has resurrected from nine years of career oblivion with the release of a new DVD album last week.

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    First Street hosts Black History Month

    FIRST STREET in Harare will on Saturday host the Black History Month in remembrance of the black people who sacrificed their lives to fight white supremacy and black inferiority.

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    Passion for music pushed me to bounce back: Zhou

    AFTER releasing a not-so-impressive debut album NdiJesu, contemporary gospel artiste Alvern Zhou has resurfaced with a new album to be launched on March 8 at the Lutheran Church in Mufakose, Harare.

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