• Pictures: Econet Wireless clamps down on Zimbabwe business news agency, The Source

    ZIMBABWE business news agency, The Source, was raided this afternoon by the Deputy sheriff’s department following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet Wireless and Steward Bank to have the online publication withdraw some of the stories it published on its site.

    Lawyer Chris Mhike (L) argues his point in the presence of a police officer and a sheriff.
  • Breaking: The Source being raided

    ZIMBABWE business news agency, The Source, is being raided by the Deputy sheriff’s department following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet Wireless and Steward Bank to have the online publication withdraw some of the stories it published on its site.

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  • Sick Grace Mugabe flown to Dubai

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly slipped out of the country to seek medical treatment in Dubai as her health allegedly continues to deteriorate, NewsDay has learnt.

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  • PSL rescues Zifa

    THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has released $65 000 to the financially-troubled Zifa which is expected to be directed towards payment of an $81 000 debt owed to former Warriors coach Jose Claudinei Georgini — popularly known as Valinhos

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  • Mutasa, Mliswa challenge Parly Speaker Mudenda

    FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew Temba Mliswa, who are challenging their expulsion from Parliament, have filed their heads of argument

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  • Breaking: The Source being raided
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    ZIMBABWE business news agency, The Source, is being raided by the Deputy sheriff’s department following a High Court order granted to Zimbabwe mobile phone operator Econet Wireless and Steward Bank to have the online publication withdraw some of the stories it published on its site.

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    Sick Grace Mugabe flown to Dubai

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has reportedly slipped out of the country to seek medical treatment in Dubai as her health allegedly continues to deteriorate, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Zim yet to benefit from EU trade pact

    The European Union (EU) is in the process of crafting strategies to resuscitate the €7 million facility which it signed with government to support trade.

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    Mutasa, Mliswa challenge Parly Speaker Mudenda

    FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew Temba Mliswa, who are challenging their expulsion from Parliament, have filed their heads of argument

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    ‘My wife apologised for being raped by bishop’

    THE husband to one of the women allegedly raped by Abundant Global Life Ministries founder Bishop Danmore Magorimbo yesterday told Harare magistrate Adonia Masawi that his wife apologised to him for having sexual intercourse with the cleric.

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    Outrage over MDC-T election boycott

    THERE has been an outpouring of anger from different quarters over the MDC-T’s stance not to participate in the by-elections in the 14 seats that fell vacant following the expulsion of MDC Renewal Team MPs from Parliament.

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    Madzibaba Ishmael trial continues

    THE trial of Johanne Masowe eChishanu Apostolic sect leader Ishmael Chokurongerwa, accused of inciting his followers to beat up police officers and journalists at his Budiriro shrine in May 2013, continued at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday

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    Harare warns Zinara: Hands off city parking lots

    HARARE City Council yesterday warned the Zimbabwe National Road Authority (Zinara) to abort its planned takeover of vehicle parking lots and roadside advertising rights from municipalities, saying the move would leave them financially crippled.

  • BancABC secures $125m
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    Pan African banking group BancABC has secured over $125 million in medium-term loans from development financial institutions (DFIs) for on-lending to its customers, the parent company said yesterday.

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    CABS records net surplus of 31%

    CABS has recorded a net surplus of $24,03 million for the year ended December 31 2014 up from $18,30 million in 2013.

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    Zim appeals to Germany to support Sakala for AfDB top post

    Zimbabwe has enlisted the support of Germany for its candidate to land the post of African Development Bank (AfDB) president, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said yesterday.

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    Respect rule of law: German envoy

    Zimbabwe should respect the rule of law and create a predictable environment which lures investors, a German diplomat has said.

  • A dejected tobacco farmer looks sits on her tobacco bales at Boka Tobacco Auction Floors.
    Buyers rip-off tobacco farmers

    A storm is brewing in the tobacco industry amid revelations that a number of buyers were getting the golden leaf at low prices at auction floors and reselling to contractors at higher prices.

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    Astra to delist from ZSE

    ASTRA Industries plans to delist from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange this year as it is not compliant with the bourse’s rules on shareholding.

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    Fidelity hedges against gold price fluctuations

    Fidelity Printers and Refiners is working on hedging to cover the gold cycle from buying to selling as it moves to guard against price fluctuations.

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    Liquidity crisis chokes local abattoirs

    ZIMBABWE’S liquidity crisis has hit local abattoirs hard in the past year forcing most to reduce production below 50%, according to Abattoirs Association of Zimbabwe chairman Godfrey Chanetsa.

  • PSL rescues Zifa
    Cuthbert Dube

    THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has released $65 000 to the financially-troubled Zifa which is expected to be directed towards payment of an $81 000 debt owed to former Warriors coach Jose Claudinei Georgini — popularly known as Valinhos

    Read more
  • Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa lifts the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League trophy.
    Dynamos debt balloons

    DYNAMOS’ debt to CBZ Bank has ballooned to $400 000 and the Harare football giants could lose their bus and cede home match gate takings.

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    Sox wins Emirates trip to ICC Cricket World Cup final

    ETELDREDA “Etty” Sox, a retired banker and mother of two, will get the chance to watch the ICC Cricket World Cup final live in Australia this month after winning the Emirates competition to find Zimbabwe’s greatest cricket fan.

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    Cairns finishes 6th in Pretoria

    LOCAL golf hopeful Ryan Cairns warmed up for this year’s edition of the Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open in style after managing credible sixth place finish in the IGT Tour’s Centurion Academy Classic in Pretoria, South Africa, yesterday.

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    Cricket’s Testing crisis of captaincy

    Zimbabwe national cricket team all-rounder Sean Williams has emerged as the hot favourite to replace the departed Brendan Taylor as the Test team captain, but some have observed that the team is in a crisis of worthy candidates.

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    Big win for Chanakira in Bahrain

    ZIMBABWE Davis Cup player Tinotenda Chanakira recorded his biggest win of the season on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Men’s circuit after a first round upset victory over Bahrain’s highly-ranked Hasan Abdulnabi in Juffair on Tuesday.

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    Sikandar Raza: From Pakistan, via Scotland, to Zimbabwe

    If things had turned out differently, Sikandar Raza would have been spending his days as a fighter pilot defending Pakistan’s skies.

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    FC Platinum seek to limit damage

    FC Platinum will seek to limit the damage on Saturday when they host Young Africans of Tanzania in the second leg, first round of the Caf Confederation Cup at Mandava on Saturday.

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