• Pictures: Caps slay Chicken Inn

    LEONARD Fiyado’s brace gave Caps United their first set of three points in three matches at the expense of log leaders Chicken Inn at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, in a day match officials again hogged the limelight for the wrong reasons.

    Caps United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi(right) tries to clear the ball under the watchful eye of Chicken Inn striker  Clemence Matau(15) in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.Pic By Tafadzwa Ufumeli
  • ‘I don’t use my name to get favours’: Mnangagwa

    THE dictum “like father, like son” — though believed to hold much sway — does not ring true for Emmerson Mnangagwa Junior, son of Zimbabwe’s Vice-President.

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  • Chimene grabs ‘Mutasa’ farm

    MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene yesterday grabbed a Rusape farm allocated to ousted former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa’s aide.

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  • Grace son’s messengers flee for their lives

    TWO emissaries sent by First Lady Grace Mugabe’s son, Russell Goreraza, to collect his “dues” from Kadoma’s Telrose Mine, which is at the centre of an ownership wrangle between him and Jameson Rushwaya, had to flee for their lives leaving behind one of their vehicles last Thursday as the mine workers bayed for their blood.

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  • Chirisa gains Hollywood fame

    AFTER six years of living in Los Angeles, California, Tongayi Chirisa has already worked with most of the major networks in Hollywood such as Warner Brothers, FOX, FX, CBS, NBC and ABC.

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  • No more leaking roof, wet books
    Old school feature pic

    TWO years ago, Felicity Mukaikwa (16) was a dejected student just going through the motions of attending school though her heart was not into it.

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  • GAVEL
    Govt condemned for failing to outlaw death penalty

    LEGAL experts Veritas have strongly condemned government failure to align laws with the Constitution and outlaw the death penalty, saying further delays had caused untold emotional anxiety on death row prisoners.

  • Corruption
    Zacc HQ cost inflated by $480 000: Report

    THE 2014 audit reports by Auditor-General Mildred Chiri have revealed that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc)might have might have inflated the cost of its headquarters in Mt Pleasant, Harare, by $480 000.

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    Zimche lifts freeze on ZOU diplomas

    THE Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (Zimche) has lifted the freeze on Primary Education diplomas offered by the Zimbabwe Open University

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    Take charge of the environment for a better future: Junior councillors

    Harare City Council junior councillors have rallied their peers to manage their environment in a sustainable manner for the benefit of future generations.

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    Chimene grabs ‘Mutasa’ farm

    MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene yesterday grabbed a Rusape farm allocated to ousted former Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa’s aide.

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    Grace son’s messengers flee for their lives

    TWO emissaries sent by First Lady Grace Mugabe’s son, Russell Goreraza, to collect his “dues” from Kadoma’s Telrose Mine, which is at the centre of an ownership wrangle between him and Jameson Rushwaya, had to flee for their lives leaving behind one of their vehicles last Thursday as the mine workers bayed for their blood.

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    ZHRC bemoans discrimination of albinos

    ZIMBABWE Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) commissioner Sheila Matindike has bemoaned the continued discrimination of albinos, elderly people and pensioners by members of society.

  • What are the motivators of procurement corruption?
    Nyasha Chizu UNCLIPPED

    MANY assume that low pay, less authority to make procurement decisions and more discretion of procurement officers is the major source of procurement corruption.

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    $1m anticipated in clothing industry

    ZIMTRADE, the country’s export promotion body, has said potential business estimated at $1 million was anticipated following participation of textile and clothing companies at an exhibition in South Africa last month.

  • ZFC
    ZFC launches new product, eyes profitability

    Fertiliser manufacturer ZFC Limited has spent $50 000 on a new product which will preserve grain from attack by pests.

  • MEIKLES
    Meikles eyes DRC

    Meikles Limited has set its eyes on the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed entity was invited to invest in the Central African country.

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    ‘Terror risk for tourists low in Zimbabwe’

    Zimbabwe is one of the top 10 unusual holiday destinations where the terror risk is low, a leading UK paper has said.

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    TelOne, Nust sign MoU for academic exchange

    TelOne and the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the purpose of academic exchange and co-operation through the establishment of a degree programme in telecommunications engineering.

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    Breaking down barriers to SME formalisation

    Research done across the world, including Zimbabwe, shows that small and informal businesses struggle along their growth trajectory as they transform from micro enterprises, becoming SME businesses and eventually growing into large formal businesses

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    Telecel pays part licence fees

    TELECEL Zimbabwe has announced it has paid the instalments for its licence, in line with their agreement with the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe

  • Pictures: Caps slay Chicken Inn
    Caps United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi(right) tries to clear the ball under the watchful eye of Chicken Inn striker  Clemence Matau(15) in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.Pic By Tafadzwa Ufumeli

    LEONARD Fiyado’s brace gave Caps United their first set of three points in three matches at the expense of log leaders Chicken Inn at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, in a day match officials again hogged the limelight for the wrong reasons.

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  • CALLISTO-PASUWA
    Pasuwa gets his cash

    KALISTO Pasuwa finally received ‘something’ from the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) on Saturday as part of an agreement reached with the supreme sports body that saw the coach eventually travelling with the Warriors to the Comoros on Saturday.

  • Zimbabwe rugby team players (from left) Hilton Mudariki, Biselele Tshamala and Boyd Rouse in action against Tunisia on Saturday
    Mandenge lauds Sables

    ZIMBABWE rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge believes Saturday’s bruising encounter against a physical Tunisian side was the ideal preparation they needed ahead of next month’s Africa Cup title decider against Namibia in Windhoek.

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    Dongo finally win at home

    STRUGGLING Dongo Sawmills finally broke their winless home record with a well-deserved late victory over WhaWha in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Vengere Stadium yesterday.

  • Warriors
    Warriors of Glory

    EVEN arriving a few hours before a match does not seem to matter anymore for the Warriors.

  • Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday
    Rise and rise of Takwara

    PLUCKED from the obscurity of lowly Castle Lager Premier Soccer League new outfit Tsholotsho FC, by Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa defensive midfielder Gerald Takwara has emerged as one of the rising football stars in the country.

  • Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday
    10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

    A 10-MAN Triangle put up a classy show to salvage a point when they held Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that marked the end of the first half of the season at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

  • Dynamos coach Kalisto Pasuwa walks with Highlanders boss Kelvin Kaindu before the start of the last match between the two giants on June 23 this year
    Kaindu returns to Barbourfields

    FOLLOWING his abrupt exit from Highlanders last October, Zambian gaffer Kelvin Kaindu returns to Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday to face his former club, another tough test for Bosso’s Bongani Mafu in seven days as the Castle Lager Premiership first half closes.

  • Reggae duo launches single
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    BUDDING Bulawayo reggae artistes Sydney Nkomazana and Asher Baton, who featured in an international reggae album compiled by prolific Jamaican producer Gangalee, launched a track at Jah Place in Bulawayo last week.

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    Family of God goes on regional tour

    BARELY a few months after its release, an estimated 2 000 copies of Family of God Church Choir’s debut album titled Ruoko Rwenyasha have been sold at $5 each and the choir has toured South Africa and Zambia, among other countries.

  • Tongai Chirisa etched
    Chirisa gains Hollywood fame

    AFTER six years of living in Los Angeles, California, Tongayi Chirisa has already worked with most of the major networks in Hollywood such as Warner Brothers, FOX, FX, CBS, NBC and ABC.

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    Shebeen drama series on cards

    A NEW drama series that highlights the good and bad of shebeens is set to hit the screens later next month, invoking memories of the mid 1970s into the 1980s when these illicit domestic drinking holes ruled the roost.

  • Tryson Chimbetu
    Tryson Chimbetu in Studio

    RESURGENT Dendera crooner Tryson Chimbetu yesterday said his fans should look forward to mature music that will take them down memory lane in his forthcoming album set to be released soon.

  • Fans enjoying Tariro NeGitare's performance.
    All-set for Paradza fundraising concert

    All roads lead to the #AnswerTheCall Fundraising Concert slated for Mt Pleasant Hall in Harare tonight in a bid to raise $25 000 to help Takudzwa Paradza (20) undergo an autologous bone marrow transplant in India.

  • Nama award-winning musician Jah Prayzah and the 3rd Generation Band perform at the bash.
    Kanengoni-Malinga applauds Chinese

    Sport, Arts and Culture deputy minister Tabitha Kanengoni-Malinga has commended the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe (CFZ) in their endeavour to promote arts from grassroots level through their DreamStar Zimbabwe Talent Show.

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    Rhyme Assassin drops another single

    AWARD-WINNING UK-based Zimbabwean hip hop sensation Rhyme Assassin has released another single track titled Tsiva, inspired by socio-economic challenges faced by rap musicians in their careers.

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