• Brother of Zimbabwe’s lion Cecil appears alive and well -researcher

    The brother of Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by an American hunter last month, is not dead, a researcher monitoring the pride told Reuters, contradicting media reports that Jericho had been killed.

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  • Kasukuwere appoints Ziyambi replacement

    ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday doused a raging fire in President Robert Mugabe’s backyard when he appointed Ephraim Pepukai as the party’s interim provincial chairman for Mashonaland West following the ouster of Ziyambi Ziyambi.

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  • Sam Munyavi buried in Rusape

    THE late veteran journalist Sam Munyavi (65), who died in the United Kingdom following a stroke that resulted in excessive bleeding in the brain, was on Saturday buried next to his mother at Matsika village cemetery in Rusape.

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  • Let’s tell our own stories: Chirisa

    TOP Zimbabwean actor Tongai Arnold Chirisa, who is now based in the Mecca of film — Hollywood — last week said local film makers should produce works that allow them to tell stories from their own perspective.

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  • Bosso break DeMbare Cup jinx

    TONDERAI Ndiraya made a worst possible start as Dynamos head coach losing to Highlanders in a ZNA Charity Shield final at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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  • Brother of Zimbabwe’s lion Cecil appears alive and well -researcher
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    The brother of Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by an American hunter last month, is not dead, a researcher monitoring the pride told Reuters, contradicting media reports that Jericho had been killed.

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    $500k debt hampers Zim-Iran relations

    Bilateral corporation between Zimbabwe and Iran has been hampered by Harare’s failure to settle debts owed to Tehran amounting to 16 million euros, NewsDay can reveal.

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    Tobacco firms join bid to save ozone layer

    LOCAL tobacco companies have joined the campaign towards reducing depletion of the ozone layer by introducing environmentally-friendly technologies and chemicals.

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    Why Cecil the lion’s death matters

    FOR 13 years, the lion tread the protected grounds of the largest national park in Zimbabwe.

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    Zimbabwe must clear debts to get funds

    Zimbabwe needs to clear its debts to access funds from the international market, Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) president, Sam Malaba has said.

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    Zesa to switch off defaulting customers

    THE Zimbabwe Electricity and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has threatened to switch off over defaulting customers on the post-paid meter system starting this week accusing them of neglecting to pay their electricity bills.

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    Ndanga wades into Zanu PF fights

    Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) president Johannes Ndanga has called on Zanu PF top officials who lost their positions in the ongoing purge to stop grumbling and gracefully accept their fate as they cannot question President Robert Mugabe’s decisions.

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    Job cuts: Mugabe Cabinet divided

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Cabinet is not reading from the same script over proposals to cut the civil service wage bill after Public Service Labour and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira yesterday appeared to contradict Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s announcement that government is preparing to reduce its work force.

  • Global corruption parameters dilemma
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    Global corruption barometers use perceptions which differ from country to country.

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  • Agro innovations  director Tongai Saurombe (R) in an interview in the presence of Business development manager Tafadzwa Musoni on Friday
    India to offer tractors to farmers on credit

    INDIA’S largest combine harvester and tractor’s manufacturer Preet, is in the process of negotiating a $100 million credit facility for Zimbabwe, a move that will assist farmers to purchase farming equipment on credit, Agro Innovations director Tongai Saurombe has said.

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    Zimplats records a loss after royalties of $33 million

    ZIMBABWE Platinum Mines (Pvt) Limited (Zimplats) recorded a loss after royalties of $32,5 million for the quarter ended June 30 from a profit of $6,7 million in the previous quarter attributed to a decline in sales volumes and a drop in metal prices.

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    Delta records a decline in revenue

    Delta Corporation Limited experienced decline in revenue of 10% in the quarter ended June 30 from the same period last year attributed to a drop in volumes, the company has said.

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    Zim’s potential to move towards a renewable clean energy revolution

    Energy in Zimbabwe has become an issue of serious concern in the country.

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    ZMF aims to produce 10 tonnes of gold by year-end

    The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) is targeting to produce 10 tonnes of gold by year-end after government managed to curtail gold leakages through setting up teams to monitor output custom milling plants, an official has said.

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    Zisco, Essar deal still on — Bimha

    Government and Essar Africa Holdings are still committed to the revival of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel) and a board of directors is being put in place to steer the ship, Industry minister Mike Bimha has said.

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    CZI calls for reform of indigenisation policy

    GWERU — The local business community is willing to work with government to reform the indigenisation policy to create conducive environment for investors to enhance economic development, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has said.

  • Bosso break DeMbare Cup jinx
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    TONDERAI Ndiraya made a worst possible start as Dynamos head coach losing to Highlanders in a ZNA Charity Shield final at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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  • Young warriors training at Gwanzura studium
    Young Warriors Olympic dream up in smoke

    Young Warriors dream of making a maiden appearance at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games received a double whammy as South Africa went through to the Senegal eight-Nations Olympic qualifying tournament after a 3-0 win.

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    Ndoro fires warning shots at Orlando Pirates

    WARRIORS’ striker Tendai Ndoro scored the winning spot-kick in his debut for Orlando Pirates as the Buccaneers clinched their fourth Carling Black Label Cup beating Kaizer Chiefs 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out at FNB Stadium on Saturday.

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    Ervine‘s blade slays Black Caps

    Zimbabwe needed to add wrath to their game, they called upon a giant named Craig Ervine and they thrust him in the frontline of the battle armed with a blade in his left hand. He was brutal in the way he slayed New Zealand.

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    Bosso drawn against How Mine in Chibuku Cup

    Highlanders’ bid to extend their Chibuku Super Cup supremacy could be a tall order as How Mine lie in ambush in the quarter-finals of the oldest knockout competition in Zimbabwean football.

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    Darikwa joins Burnley

    ZIMBABWE international defender Tendayi Darikwa has joined English Championship football side Burnley on a three-year contract after five seasons at Chesterfield.

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    Whatmore demands more from his charges

    ZIMBABWE national cricket team coach Dave Whatmore has implored his side to translate performances into victories, when they take on visiting New Zealand in three one-day internationals with the first on tomorrow at Harare Sports Club.

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    Young Warriors leave for do-or-die tie

    YOUNG Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa has challenged his charges to play for their future, not for the result, when they take on the South Africa Under-23 side in the second leg of a crucial Olympic football qualifier at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, tonight.

  • Book sales dwindle due to economic hardships
    Morgan High School pupils

    BOOK sales in the country have plunged due to the economic crisis that has seen readers opting for illegally photocopied and online material.

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  • Sam Munyavi
    Sam Munyavi buried in Rusape

    THE late veteran journalist Sam Munyavi (65), who died in the United Kingdom following a stroke that resulted in excessive bleeding in the brain, was on Saturday buried next to his mother at Matsika village cemetery in Rusape.

  • Tongai Arnold Chirisa
    Let’s tell our own stories: Chirisa

    TOP Zimbabwean actor Tongai Arnold Chirisa, who is now based in the Mecca of film — Hollywood — last week said local film makers should produce works that allow them to tell stories from their own perspective.

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    Sinbad90 speaks of life challenges

    AFTER setting Zimbabwe’s hip-hop circles ablaze last year with the hit Boyz ReMukute, the combination of Sinbad 90 (real name Innocent Stambuli) and producer-cum-DJ Krimz Beats (Achieve Moyo) is back again with another street banger dubbed Chose This Life.

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    Chibuku Road to Fame star on music career

    BINDURA-based Jazz musician David Hondoyedzomba, popularly known as HD, has taken his fans into matters of life and fun in his recently released album.

  • Mathias Mhere
    Mhere relishes European tour

    GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere last week said he was highly anticipating his second month-long European tour scheduled for October as it was an opportunity for him spread the gospel through music.

  • Sam Munyavi
    Munyavi burial today

    HUNDREDS of mourners gathered at the late journalist Sam Munyavi’s home in Tynwald yesterday following the arrival of his body from the UK where he died.

  • Cynthia Mafumhe
    Face to face with newly crowned Black Opal queen

    BEING a pharmaceutical student at the University of Zimbabwe did not stop the new Black Opal Face of Zimbabwe (Bofoz) queen (2015) from competing for the crown that saw her battling with 15 other contestants. She eventually walked away with $8 000 and a full year’s supply of Black Opal skin care products and cosmetics.

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