• Mugabe endangers IMF talks

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s announcement to reverse Treasury’s recent decision to suspend civil servants’ bonuses could jeorpadise Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s ongoing re-engagement efforts with the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

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    Dube wins $3,4m salary case against PSMAS

    Former Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) board chairman Cuthbert Dube last Tuesday won a $3 million arbitral award against the embattled medical aid society

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    Council takes over Caledonia settlement

    Harare City Council has taken over Caledonia informal settlement and is now in charge of allocating residential stands to ensure proper planning and infrastructure development.

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    HIV+Hopley residents appeal for food aid

    Internally displaced people living with HIV at Hopley Farm in Harare have urged government to guarantee them food security so that they do not skip their anti-retroviral therapy (ART) due to shortage of food

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    Chitown workers win $1m allowance case

    The Labour Court has ordered Chitungwiza Municipality to shell out $1 095 115 in outstanding allowances to 110 employees.

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    Tanzanians jailed 12 months for possession of fake US$

    THE two Tanzanian nationals arrested last week for possession of fake United States dollar notes have been sentenced to a 12-month jail term each

    11 perish in holiday accidents

    POLICE yesterday said 11 people died in separate road traffic accidents recorded over the Independence Day holiday.

    Moyo threatens to expose multiple farm owners

    Zanu PF national deputy secretary for administration July Moyo has threatened to reduce farm sizes of some top government officials

  • Economic hardships drive companies out of the CBD

    Growing economic hardships are driving a number of business owners out of the central business district (CBD) into suburban areas due to inability to afford rentals.

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  • Mining
    Small-scale miners now eligible for $2m grant

    ZIMBABWE should present the Minamata Convention Initial Assessment (MIA) for eligibility to apply and access the Global Environment Facility (GEF) $2 million grant for medium to full size projects, a representative of small-scale miners has said.

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    ‘Banks to be cautious in advancing loans’

    Banking sector deposits are expected to grow by less than 2% this year attributed to waning disposable income and constrained economic growth, a leading brokerage firm has said, urging banks to tap into the informal sector.

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    Mining companies shortchange communities

    Tax justice in Zimbabwe’s mining sector will remain a pipedream as companies continue to evade engaging communities before they start extraction activities.

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    Great Zimbabwe records upsurge in tourism activity

    Great Zimbabwe Monuments, a world heritage site, has recorded a significant increase in the number of both domestic and international tourists last year as well as the first quarter of this year.

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    EIB to boost Zim’s financial sector

    THE European Investment Bank plans to offer long-term credit lines to performing local banks for on lending to various sectors of the economy, a European Union diplomat said last week.

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    Banking sector profitability dips 17%

    The banking sector after-tax profit dipped 17% last year to $78,69 million amid rising impairments, a reflection of the deteriorating economic activity, an analysis by a leading brokerage firm has shown.

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    OK promises bigger, better Grand Challenge

    One of the country’s biggest retailers, OK Zimbabwe Limited, will have a bigger and better Grand Challenge this year, marketing manager Tendai Makomva has said.

  • Moyo eyes Highlanders move

    FORMER Zesco United left-back Zimiseleni Moyo is training with Bulawayo football giants Highlanders as he continues to look for a new home after parting ways with the Zambian champions at the beginning of the year.

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    Zim Women’s Football house on fire

    WOMEN football councillors and club owners have called on the Zimbabwe Women Football (ZWF) board led by Miriam Sibanda to step down immediately accusing it of corruption and maladministration, among other allegations

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    Foolproof security for Zimbabwe cricket team

    KARACHI — Karachi Commissioner Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has said that foolproof security will be provided to the Zimbabwe team during cricket matches in the metropolis, planned for next month.

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    Chiredzi, Shabanie win openers

    FORMER Premiership sides Chiredzi and Shabanie Mine FC started their 2015 campaign in the Eastern and Central Region Division One Football League with 1-0 wins over Mutare City Rovers and Mvuma Stars respectively.

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    ‘King’ Saul for Swazi Warriors match

    SAUL Chaminuka is likely to take charge of the Zimbabwe Under-23 African Championships first leg football match against Swaziland

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    Golfers seek redemption in Zambia

    ZIMBABWEAN professional golfers will have a chance to redeem themselves after a disappointing campaign on home soil when they tee it up in the Mopani/Redpath Zambia Open Golf Championship which gets underway at Nkana Golf Club in Kitwe on Thursday.

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    Zimbabweans Abroad: Mushekwi on target

    WARRIORS striker Nyasha Mushekwi continues to make good progress on his return to competitive football after scoring his second goal in four matches for his new Swedish league club Djurgården in the 1-0 win over Archford Gutu’s Kalmar FF over the weekend.

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    Golfers seek redemption in Zambia

    ZIMBABWEAN professional golfers will have a chance to redeem themselves after a disappointing campaign on home soil when they tee it up in the Mopani/Redpath Zambia Open Golf Championship

  • Tuku speaks out against xenophobia
    Oliver Mtukudzi

    MUSIC superstar and legend Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi has called on African leaders to speak out against the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. (more…)

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    The case and curse of Mr Ugly pageant!

    On the night of May 27, 2012, William Masvinu, a porter at Harare’s popular Mbare Musika, participated in the second edition of Mr Ugly Harare pageant that was held at City Sports Bar in Harare.

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    Sasa mourns mum on new album

    MULTI-DIMENSIONAL musician, actor and corporate trainer Tendai Chidarikire aka Action Sasa has recorded a new 10 track album titled Hona maUSA – which is currently at the premix stage.

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    Ammara releases track from debut album

    AMMARA Brown yesterday released the track, Havarare, which is the first from a line of brand new singles off her upcoming debut album titled Ammartia.

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    Drunk Soul Jah Love chases away fans

    SOUL Jah Love ran riot threatening to beat up the owner of Zebra Night Club and Suluman Chimbetu’s manager Pliers Pureni in Mbare on Sunday night.

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    Unravelling the Nyaminyami sculptor

    He is the man who created and sculptured the Nyaminyami Zambezi River god, which is a symbol of tourism to this day.

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    The death of Penga Penga music

    Farewell thee Daiton Somanje!But such was your turbulent life. From the very first day I met you in your hometown of Marondera, you admitted that all was not well in every aspect of your life.

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    Somanje family bars media

    RELATIVES and friends of the late Pengaudzoke frontman Daiton Somanje who succumbed to suspected meningitis on Tuesday at the Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals in Harare yesterday barred journalists from attending the musician’s funeral at his Marondera home.

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