• Warriors in limbo

    Warriors’ coach Kalisto Pasuwa’s bid to gather the team for a meaningful international friendly next week is set to falter with Zifa struggling to organise the match.

    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa (standing right) may be forced to redraw his plans for the team's Afcon preparations
  • Miss Tourism Zim courts college students

    MISS Tourism Zimbabwe patron Barbra Mzembi has urged university and college students to participate in auditions being carried out nationwide in search of the country’s most beautiful young women with potential to be Zimbabwe’s tourist ambassador.

    Two of the models at the Bulawayo audition
  • Govt gets tough on local companies

    Local companies that want protection from government against imports have to state how the country would benefit if the wish was to be granted.

    Minister of Industry and Commerce Mike Bimha
  • Coalition talks top MDC-T anniversary celebrations

    COALITION talks are top of the agenda as MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai leads his party in its 17th anniversary celebrations in Bulawayo this weekend.

    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai
  • AMHVoices: Let’s reject corrupt, nepotistic Dema plant deal

    It was, therefore, unnecessary and costly for both the cash-strapped Zanu PF government and Zesa to engage Sakunda Holdings to provide energy through the Dema power plant.

    President Robert Mugabe
  • Graduates humiliate Mugabe
    Unidentified University of Zimbabwe graduands hold placards denouncing President Robert Mugabe’s failure to provide jobs ahead of yesterday’s graduation ceremony

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe was yesterday publicly shamed, as University of Zimbabwe (UZ) graduates demonstrated at the institution’s graduation ceremony, which he was presiding over, demanding jobs.

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  • Riot police trucks parked at Belgravia Shopping Centre on standby to quell any protests during the graduation ceremony at the University of Zimbabwe in Harare yesterday
    People living with disability plot demo

    PEOPLE living with disabilities have threatened to picket Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa’s offices today and hand in a petition compelling the government to uphold the Disabled Persons Act of 1992, among other grievances.

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    Harare man up for $49 000 e-banking fraud

    A 49-YEAR-OLD man yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing allegations of swindling Imperial Refrigeration Company of $49 000 after promising to deliver raw materials and services from South Africa.

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    Security company sues Dawn Property over $14k debt

    A BULAWAYO private security firm, Fawcett Operations (Private) Limited, has sued one of its Harare clients, Dawn Property Consultancy (Pvt) Limited, over an outstanding debt of $14 317,56 for services rendered in December 2013.

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    Hotel workers swindle employer of $21000

    THERE was drama at the Bulawayo Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday when a city businessman took his seven employees to court accusing them of fraud, but refused to be cross-examined by the suspects’ lawyer, claiming he had presented forged documents to exonerate them.

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    ZETDC sues BCC over $80m bill

    THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), has approached the High Court seeking an order compelling the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to settle its $80 million power debt.

  • MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai
    Coalition talks top MDC-T anniversary celebrations

    COALITION talks are top of the agenda as MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai leads his party in its 17th anniversary celebrations in Bulawayo this weekend.

  • The Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill stipulates that no person can conduct riverbed mining unless it is done in partnership with government
    Mines Amendment Bill crucial in modernising mineral legislation

    THE Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill (2016), which will soon be crafted by Parliament, will be a crucial step towards modernising mineral legislation in the country given that the principal Act, crafted way back in 1961, is now archaic.

  • Govt to launch ICT innovators bank
    Information, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Christopher Mushohwe

    The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology, Postal and Courier Services is set to launch an innovators’ bank to boost the research and development uptake by young innovators in the country.

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  • Minister of Industry and Commerce Mike Bimha
    Govt gets tough on local companies

    Local companies that want protection from government against imports have to state how the country would benefit if the wish was to be granted.

  • FRANCIS NGWENYA
    ZCT bemoans lack of operators in travel, tourism

    The Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) has embarked on an exercise to ensure greater participation by operators in the affairs of the travel and tourism sector.

  • Piglets ready for slaughtering
    Pork output up despite low demand

    THE number of slaughtered pigs increased by 34,8% in the first seven months of 2016, but the industry remains constrained due to low producer prices, low demand of pork, lack of competitiveness, among other challenges, an official has said.

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    Pepsi bottler bullish on Zim market

    Varun Beverages Zimbabwe says it is looking at launching juice-based beverages from its portfolio to augment the company’s market share and product offering.

  • The Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill stipulates that no person can conduct riverbed mining unless it is done in partnership with government
    Mines Amendment Bill crucial in modernising mineral legislation

    THE Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill (2016), which will soon be crafted by Parliament, will be a crucial step towards modernising mineral legislation in the country given that the principal Act, crafted way back in 1961, is now archaic.

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    Don’t fall prey to bogus investment schemes

    Fraudulent investment schemes come in various forms, the most common being pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes. Last week we delved into the mechanics of “pyramid schemes” and this week we discuss the evil twin of the pyramid scheme — the Ponzi scheme.

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    Zimre Holdings posts $1,2m profit

    ZIMRE Holdings Limited (ZHL) recorded a profit of $1,2 million for the half-year ended June 30, 2016 from $1,1 million in 2015 due to a decline in operating and administrative expenses

  • Warriors in limbo
    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa (standing right) may be forced to redraw his plans for the team's Afcon preparations

    Warriors’ coach Kalisto Pasuwa’s bid to gather the team for a meaningful international friendly next week is set to falter with Zifa struggling to organise the match.

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  • Dutchman Elroy Akbay
    Akbay cautious of How Mine

    DESPITING enjoying success over How Mine so far this season, Highlanders coach Erol Akbay still expects a tough match when the two sides clash in a Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final match at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

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    Warriors face tough draw

    The Warriors face a tough prospect at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals, after they were placed in the bottom pot for the draw, to be held on October 19 in Libreville, Gabon.

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    Zim netball team confident

    The Zimbabwe women netball team is set to participate at this year’s Diamond Cup to be held in Durban, South Africa, from October 2 to 7.

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    Cricketers eye Bangladesh big bucks

    Twelve Zimbabwean cricketers will be hoping to get picked in tomorrow’s Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) draft.

  • Zimbabwe cricket team allrounder Luke Jongwe has been discharged from hospital after being struck on the head while attempting a return catch on Tuesday
    Pakistan A thrash Zim A

    Fakar Zaman scored an inspired 180, as visiting Pakistan A hammered Zimbabwe A by 188 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match unofficial one-day international (ODI) cricket series at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

  • LLOYD CHITEMBWE ETCHED
    Caps to reload during break

    CAPS United believe the mini break, due to their first round exit from the Chibuku Super Cup, will give their players time to rest ahead of their final five rounds of Castle Lager Premier Soccer League fixtures, starting with the trip to Border Strikers next week

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    Masomere eyes FC Platinum upset

    Border Strikers coach Luke Masomere has backed his team to deal a blow to FC Platinum’s chances of winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title when the two team clash at Dulivhadzimu Stadium this afternoon.

  • Miss Tourism Zim courts college students
    Two of the models at the Bulawayo audition

    MISS Tourism Zimbabwe patron Barbra Mzembi has urged university and college students to participate in auditions being carried out nationwide in search of the country’s most beautiful young women with potential to be Zimbabwe’s tourist ambassador.

    Read more
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    Weekend Outing

    COMPILED BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi Oliver Mtukudzi, the ever-green music superstar, is tonight celebrating his life after turning 64 last year with a mega concert that will also feature contemporary musicians, Sam Dondo and Jah Prayzah, alongside jazz songbird, Tariro ne Gitare, at Borrowdale Country Manor. The concert also follows the unveiling of […]

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    Intwasa comedians rip bond notes

    A FULL house of comedy enthusiasts was left in stitches as some of the country’s finest comic performers — Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya, Doc Vikela, Ntando Van Moyo, Q the Boss and Babongile Sikhonjwa — took turns to poke at the proposed introduction of bond notes during Wednesday’s Intwasa Comedy Night in Bulawayo.

  • Musician Stunner took the opportunity to celebrate his birthday.
    Artistes’ combine voices against graft

    SEVERAL artistes across genres have joined the fight against corruption combining their voices to sing against graft in a 13-track album titled Together Against Corruption Volume One produced by T-Man of Mt Zion studios.

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    Morgan Heritage fans sold a dummy?

    JAMAICAN reggae outfit Morgan Heritage was expected in the country on Tuesday to allow group members a chance to mix and mingle with their local fans ahead of their once-off concert scheduled for October 8, but they are yet to land in Zimbabwe, NewsDay has established

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    Female acts light up Intwasa

    A TROUPE of female performers on Tuesday night ignited the Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo, breathing energy into a fiesta that had started on a low note the previous day.

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    Laziness suffocates many marriages

    I do not mean to sound harsh or arrogant but I have observed as I speak to so many people on the subject of marriage that many people are lazy to work on their marriages.

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    Zimbabwean lives matter too, December 12 Movement

    BLACK Lives Matter must be more than just a slogan or a preserve of African Americans being shot by the American police force. It must be all-encompassing for black people everywhere across the globe.

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