• Pictures: Magaya’s Botswana crusade

    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) founder Walter Magaya last night kicked off the church’s first international crusade in Gaborone Botswana.

    A man receives healing at the PHD Ministries crusade in Botswana on July 2.
  • Pasuwa quits Warriors

    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa reportedly quit the national football team last night over Zifa’s failure to honour its promise to pay him his dues which date back to September last year.

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  • No to mediocre productions – Mahaka

    LOCAL award-winning actor, director and producer Ben Mahaka has urged producers to up their standards so their productions can match international standards.

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  • Grace ‘takeover’ sparks outrage

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has now taken charge of both Zanu PF and government following disclosures that the two Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko take instructions from her, observers have said.

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  • Minister ordered to pay $46 000 debt

    THE High Court has ordered Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene to pay a$46 000 debt to Windmill (Private) Limited for fertilisers, seeds and chemicals supplied by the firm in 2011.

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  • Mugabe not to blame: Malema
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    Johannesburg — The problems in Zimbabwe are not caused by its long-serving President Robert Mugabe, but by “capital”, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said yesterday.

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    Rights Commission warns against Murambatsvina

    THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has warned government against not only the use of the military, but also arbitrary force in the relocation of informal traders swarming the country’s urban settlements.

  • Some of the children who were part of the people who demonstrated against the $3 Grade 7 examination fees and the incease in O' level fees.
    ‘1 social worker for 14 000 children in Zim’

    Zimbabwe still faces a serious shortage of social workers with one worker dealing with over 14 000 children.

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    Grace ‘takeover’ sparks outrage

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has now taken charge of both Zanu PF and government following disclosures that the two Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko take instructions from her, observers have said.

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    Husband shoves cooking stick into wife’s privates

    HARARE Civil Court magistrate Trevor Nyatsanza yesterday presided over a matter where a woman accused her husband of routinely dipping a cooking stick into her private parts to “check” if she had indulged in sexual encounters with other men.

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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

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    Minister ordered to pay $46 000 debt

    THE High Court has ordered Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene to pay a$46 000 debt to Windmill (Private) Limited for fertilisers, seeds and chemicals supplied by the firm in 2011.

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    MPs grill bemused Nieeb CEO

    THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Youth and Indigenisation yesterday heard how tender laws were allegedly broken to award a multi-million dollar consultancy deal to Brainworks Capital.

  • TelOne, Nust sign MoU for academic exchange
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    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

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    Act to enforce auditors accountability

    THE Public Accountants and Auditors Board (PAAB) says amendments to the Public Accountants and Auditors Act will see auditors being held accountable instead of auditing firms in a bid to enforce accountability.

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    $20m boost for ZB Bank

    ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) has secured $20 million to boost the capital base of its flagship unit, ZB Bank Limited, the group said yesterday.

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    Management shake-up looms at ZSE

    A management shake-up ,looms at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange which is set to hold an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to elect new board members following the dissolution of the interim board on Monday.

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    Livestock industry wants VAT on stockfeed scrapped

    The livestock industry wants government to scrap value-added tax (VAT) on wheat and maize brans which are key raw materials in feed manufacture.

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    Govt, Old Mutual working on Dimaf II

    GOVERNMENT in partnership with Old Mutual is in the process of crafting modalities for a successor to the fund meant to bail out distressed companies, a government official has said. (more…)

  • Pasuwa quits Warriors
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    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa reportedly quit the national football team last night over Zifa’s failure to honour its promise to pay him his dues which date back to September last year.

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  • Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday
    Mverechena delighted

    CAPS United goalkeeper Chris Mverechena is delighted to be called to the national soccer team for the first time in his football career ahead of the Warriors’ second leg preliminary round of the African Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier away to Comoros tomorrow.

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    Bosso offload Sithole; Chindungwe, Ndiweni stay

    HIGHLANDERS will not renew Simba Sithole’s contract which expired on June 30 and are replacing him with young Obert Tafira in the mid-season Zifa transfer window period that opened on Wednesday.

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    Mutuma future in limbo

    THE future of Caps United striker Rodreck Mutuma has been thrown into uncertainty, with the club revealing that the player has gone AWOL.

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    Zifa soap opera continues

    ZIFA has lifted, with immediate effect, suspensions of 12 councillors, who were involved in the botched coup to axe association president Cuthbert Dube on May 16 after they formally apologised for their actions.

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    Copa Coca-Cola rolls into life at Gifford

    THE best of Bulawayo schools football will be showcased today as the 2015 edition of the Copa Coca-Cola rolls into life at Gifford High School.

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    Stanbic refurbishes Harare Sports Club tennis court

    Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe has given Tennis Zimbabwe (TZ) a shot in the arm after they donated $3 000 for the refurbishment and resurfacing of a Harare Sports Club tennis court.

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    FC Platinum awaits Ngoma offer

    FC Platinum president George Mawere has dismissed speculation that chief striker Donald “Dombo” Ngoma has signed for Tanzanian giants Young Africans. (more…)

  • No to mediocre productions – Mahaka
    Ben Mahaka

    LOCAL award-winning actor, director and producer Ben Mahaka has urged producers to up their standards so their productions can match international standards.

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    Mudzingwa family appeals for funds

    THE body of the late Hohodza Band member Simbarashe Mudzingwa (40), who died in United Kingdom, is expected in the country today although the family has been facing financial challenges as £5 000 was required to repatriate the body to Zimbabwe.

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    Tin Tin expecting

    RENOWNED actress Tinopona Mapereke Katsande, who customarily married Virimai Chigariro a few months ago after he paid the bride price, is now expecting their first child.

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    We’re ready for court challenge: Miss Zim Trust

    MISS Zimbabwe Trust is prepared to face former Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Tatanga-Kachote (25) in court if she sees through her threat to sue the national pageant organisers over her dethronement.

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    Uncle Richie sets eyes on TV

    THE comedian behind Zviri Kumbonyatsofamba Sei jokes, Richard Mike Matimba — popularly known as Uncle Richie — said he was working on a pilot programme which will be presented to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) for approval very soon.

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    BaShupi back from Namibia tour

    PEACE Ndlovu, known in music circles as Ba Shupi, performed at Song Night, a popular Namibian show last week in Windhoek.

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    Makamba produces online talk show

    RADIO personality Zororo Makamba’s current affairs online talk show, Tonight With Zororo Episode 1, Season 1, will be released today at www.twzshow.com.

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    Masvingo’s Charles Austin Theatre faces closure

    THE country’s third-biggest theatre, Charles Austin in Masvingo, is on the brink of closure after its former artistic director Leeroy Gono — who won a $44 000 labour dispute — decided to enforce a writ of execution to attach the theatre’s property.

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