• Messi, father to appear in court on tax fraud charges

    Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have been ordered to appear in court on charges of defrauding the Spanish tax authorities of more than 4 million euros (£2.9 million).

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  • UEFA President Michel Platini (R) congratulates FIFA President Sepp Blatter after he was re-elected at the 65th FIFA Congress in Zurich, Switzerland, May 29, 2015.   REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
    Ethics body suspends Blatter, Platini from world football

    World football chief Sepp Blatter and European boss Michel Platini were suspended on Thursday in a deepening corruption scandal, decapitating the leadership of a sport facing criminal investigations on both sides of the Atlantic.

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    Pictures: Makandiwa’s Mbare crusade

    View Pictures: Thousands of people on Wednesday night attended Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family International Church night crusade in Mbare

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    Zimbabwe’s formal jobs now lower than 47 years ago

    THE collapse of Zimbabwe’s manufacturing and agricultural industries has cut the size of the economy by half and left the southern African nation with fewer people in formal employment than at any time in almost half a century.

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    Drop colonial relics: Chinotimba

    BUHERA South MP Joseph Chinotimba has suggested Parliament discard colonial era pictures, furniture and regalia worn by the Speaker, clerks at the table and sergeant-at-arms.

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    TI-Z to quantify cost of corruption in Zimbabwe

    Transparency International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) has launched a study to evaluate how corruption has destroyed the country’s social, political and economic fabric and determine how much the nation lost due to graft.

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    Fidelity Printers bosses’ trial continues

    FIDELITY Printers and Refiners company secretary and legal adviser, Terence Machawira yesterday denied originating documents for payments of $2,8 million to Swisspack Enterprises. (more…)

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    Kadoma urged to shake off ‘dirtiest city’ tag

    KADOMA City Council and its residents have been challenged to embark on community hygiene programmes in order to shake off the “dirtiest city” tag associated with the town, an environmentalist has said. (more…)

  • Basic financial survival strategies for MSMEs

    RESEARCH shows that almost 80% of all small businesses collapse within the first one and a half years of operation. While this “death rate” has become an accepted statistic by economists, the sad part is that most SMEs don’t “die of natural causes’’, but inadvertently commit “financial suicide”. (more…)

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  • A customer shopping inside Borrowdale TM
    Buy Zimbabwe push for 50% local products

    Buy Zimbabwe says there should be a policy compelling retailers to have local products constituting at least half of their stock

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    Delta Beverages volumes down 2%

    Delta Beverages’ total volumes were down 2% for the six months ended September 30 due to the challenging environment attributed to depressed aggregate demand,

  • Industry urged to promote local brands

    Government has warned that the retail supply chain will remain weak unless consumption patterns shift towards local products and services.

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    AAG opposes Zimre stake sale

    AAG has requested the government to reverse the sale of its Zimre Holdings (ZHL) stake to a consortium led by Simon and Hamish Rudland.

    CZI projects flat capacity utilisation

    Capacity utilisation for the manufacturing sector is likely to be flat on last year’s figure of 36,3% as the sector is beset by a host of challenges, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has said.

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    Dendairy in $18 million expansion

    Dendairy will spend $18 million to buy machinery and properties as the dairy products manufacturer moves to expand its capacity and venture into new products.

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    ZITMA sees 10% growth after secondhand clothes ban

    The ZimTextile Manufacturers’ Association ) says the ban on second-hand clothes will see the sector doubling its contribution to GDP to 10%.

  • Alimenda grounded

    DYNAMOS have lost inspirational captain Stephen Alimenda for their crucial Castle Lager Premier Soccer League derby clash against Harare City .

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    Mushekwi still on the sidelines

    Nyasha Mushekwi could end the football season without kicking a ball, a development which could have ramifications on the Warriors’ 2017 Afcon finals bid

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    Zimbabwe flavour at Presidents Cup

    DESPITE Brendon de Jonge’s failure to qualify for this year’s Presidents Cup competition, there will still be a distinctly Zimbabwean flavour

  • FIFA President Sepp Blatter addresses a news conference at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, June 2, 2015.    REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
    Blatter ‘provisionally suspended’ by Fifa, claims adviser

    Sepp Blatter was yesterday provisionally suspended as Fifa president for 90 days by the organisation’s ethics committee, according to his adviser

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    Zim BMX riders set for SA series

    Following an unsatisfactory display at the World Championships in Belgium in July, the Zimbabwe BMX team is back on the road again

  • Golf
    Masunga replaces Vincent in Zim amateur golf team

    ROYAL Harare Golf Club-based amateur golfer Tonderai Masunga has been roped into the Zimbabwe team to replace his clubmate Kieran Vincent ahead of the prestigious Africa Amateur Golf Teams Championship to be held in Kenya next week.

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    Promoted sides poised for instant chop

    The relegation battle is playing second fiddle to an intriguing Castle Lager PSL championship chase, but it’s providing its fair share of entertainment.

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    Selectors ready to chop and change

    THE national cricket team technical department seems to have finally lost patience with under-performing senior players, whom they have shown they are ready to drop and look elsewhere.

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