• Graphics: Mugabe’s eleven key offside hate comments

    The state has been struggling to defend the Kalanga slur by President Robert Mugabe that has torched a storm in social media corridors.

    Colour Sergeant Dambukai Gondai carries the potrait of President Robert Mugabe-001
  • ZDTC unveils $10 million equipment from India

    THE Zimbabwe Diamond Technology Centre (ZDTC) yesterday unveiled part of the equipment worth $10 million from India in a major boost for the cutting and polishing of diamonds in the country.

    some of the Zimbabwe Diamond Technology centre staff operating machines at the centre in Mmount Hampden yesterday
  • Muchinguri, Chimene rift rattles Zanu PF

    THE political fallout between Zanu PF politburo member Oppah Muchinguri and Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene over control of party structures in the province has shaken the ruling party’s presidium, prompting it to send a mediator, it has emerged

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  • Bosso face Flame

    LIMPING Highlanders come to the capital for the first time this afternoon seeking redemption against plucky Premiership newboys Flame Lily in a must win Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at bumpy Lafarge Stadium.

    Highlanders line up.
  • Exciting times for Firm Faith

    ALTHOUGH award winning local gospel a cappella group, Firm Faith missed a lifetime chance to attend the World A cappella Convention in Russia due to lack of funding for the trip, they have remained hopeful as many other good things have happened to them.

    Firm Faith acapella group
  • Graphics: Mugabe’s eleven key offside hate comments
    Colour Sergeant Dambukai Gondai carries the potrait of President Robert Mugabe-001

    The state has been struggling to defend the Kalanga slur by President Robert Mugabe that has torched a storm in social media corridors.

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    ZFTU accuses govt of failing to stop diamond looting

    THE Zimbabwe Federation of Trade Unions (ZFTU) has accused the government of failing to stop the continued looting of diamonds in Chiadzwa by influential people.

  • President Robert Mugabe gives addresses thousands of party supporters at the Harare
    Don’t use Nkomo to divert from Kalanga slur

    For two successive days, The Herald has been attacking NewsDay – the country’s leading privately-owned daily newspaper — for reporting on President Robert Mugabe’s Kalanga jibe during last week’s Sadc Extraordinary Summit.

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    Parly summons Mpofu over NRZ workers’ plight

    Transport minister Obert Mpofu has been summoned to appear before Parliament over the ongoing industrial action and failure by the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) to pay its workers their salaries for several months.

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    PSMAS appoint new boss

    TROUBLED State health insurer, Premier Medical Aid Society (PSMAS), has appointed human capital expert and business consultant Henry Mandishona as its managing director with effect from May 1, the NewsDay has learnt.

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    Muchinguri, Chimene rift rattles Zanu PF

    THE political fallout between Zanu PF politburo member Oppah Muchinguri and Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene over control of party structures in the province has shaken the ruling party’s presidium, prompting it to send a mediator, it has emerged

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    Poverty-stricken couple’s battle for survival

    TATENDA and Mary have lived with the sword of poverty hanging over their lives for many years. It has been so bad that Tatenda has often entertained the thought of taking his own life.

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    MDC-T councillors vow to resist proposals to vacate seats

    MDC-T councillors have vowed to resist proposals to withdraw from local authorities as part of the main opposition party’s “strategic” campaign to force Zanu PF out of power for failing to run the economy.

  • 8 053 rural institutions electrified
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    THE Rural Electrification Agency (REA) has said 8 053 rural institutions had been electrified by the end of the first quarter of this year and there are few that need to be electrified.

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    Mzembi seeks support for ‘must-attend’ fairs

    TOURISM and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi says he will seek funding for the country to participate at “must-attend” fairs in a bid to grow the industry to $5 billion by 2020.

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    Zimbabwe insurer gets international recognition

    SHORT-TERM insurer, Champions Insurance, says a recent award bestowed on the company by the European Business Assembly (EBA) was an endorsement of the brand as a global player.

  • some of the Zimbabwe Diamond Technology centre staff operating machines at the centre in Mmount Hampden yesterday
    ZDTC unveils $10 million equipment from India

    THE Zimbabwe Diamond Technology Centre (ZDTC) yesterday unveiled part of the equipment worth $10 million from India in a major boost for the cutting and polishing of diamonds in the country.

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    ZSE performance depressed

    ACTIVITY on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continues to be depressed due to the poor performance of the economy characterised by serious liquidity constraints.

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    Half of IDBZ stands in New Marimba sold

    THE Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) says 50% of its residential stands in New Marimba have already been taken up.

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    Mzembi cracks whip

    THE Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry has given the new Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) board the mandate to enforce performance-based contracts for senior managers and right-size the organisation to remain with a lean, efficient staff.

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    ‘High risk scaring investors for $50m project’

    PLANS by Rio Tinto Zimbabwe (RioZim) to set up a $50 million power generation plant at Sengwa in Gokwe North with a capacity to produce 4 000 megawatts are being hampered by the high country risk which scared away potential investors, a top company official has said.

  • Dongo declares war on Buffaloes
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    DONGO Sawmill boss Francis Dongo has declared war on Buffaloes as the two sides prepare to do battle in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Vhengere Stadium, Rusape, today.

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    Davis Cup star Lock invited for NCAA Champs

    United States-based tennis star Benjamin Lock will have an opportunity to test himself against higher ranked opponents ahead of Zimbabwe’s make-or-break Davis Cup Euro/Africa Group II relegation playoff against Moldova in July after receiving an invite to play in the 2015 NCAA Individual Championships in Texas.

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    Ndoro suffers triple injury

    WARRIORS and Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro will not play the last two South African Premier Soccer League matches for his South African side after sustaining three separate injuries in the 2-2 draw against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Saturday.

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    Zim tour goes ahead despite Fica warning

    ZIMBABWE’S scheduled tour of Pakistan later this month looks set to go ahead as planned despite the Federation of International Cricketers’ Association (Fica)’s warning of the “unacceptable risk” for foreign teams in the host country.

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    Billiat a wanted man in France

    Khama Billiat could be lost to South African football with France a possible destination for the Mamelodi Sundowns attacker.

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    Cosafa squad starts preparations

    THE COSAFA Cup squad is scheduled to go into camp in Harare on Monday ahead of the tournament to be staged in South Africa later this month

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    FC Platinum seek consistency

    FC PLATINUM head coach Norman Mapeza has expressed optimism that his charges will register a second victory on the trot when the platinum miners host How Mine in a Castle Premiership encounter this afternoon at Mandava Stadium.

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    Friends of Manyuchi formed

    A GROUP of boxing supporters called — the Friends of Manyuchi — has been formed to drum up support for World Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi ahead of his title defence against Italian Gianluca Freeza on July 18.

  • Tcheka and Gripper close HIFA in style
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    Theirs is not the kind of music you have to get up and dance to or understand the lyrics to enjoy it. For two musicians who do not share a common language, Cape Verde’s Tcheka and South Africa’s Derek Gripper’s collaboration on the closing evening of the 2015 Harare International Festival of Arts (HIFA) was […]

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    Top filmmaker in trouble over contract breach

    THE High Court has issued a writ of execution against award-winning journalist and filmmaker Hopewell Chin’ono over his failure to settle a $3 000 debt owed to actor Peter Pasipamire after the latter provided commentary for the documentary.

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    ZITF weekend gigs light up Bulawayo

    BULAWAYO last week rose from its entertainment slumber with the city hosting many gigs as artistes drawn from various parts of the country took advantage of the buzz created by the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair. (more…)

  • South African poet Mandi 'Poefficient' Vundla performs during Tariro neGitare's show. Vundla recited her poem against the recent wave of xenophobic attacks that sweeped through parts of South Africa.
    South African poet slams xenophobia

    QUEEN of South African spoken word, Mandi Poefficient Vundla, drew inspiration from the recent xenophobic attacks in her country to produce a poem she recited at the Poetry Lab sponsored by Shoko Festival during this year’s Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa).

  • Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Eatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.
    Miss Zim Trust striking wrong notes – Miaz

    MODELLING Industry Association Zimbabwe (Miaz) director Wilbert Rukato said controversy surrounding the Miss World Zimbabwe pageant was a result of unprofessional scouting by organisers.

  • Firm Faith acapella group
    Exciting times for Firm Faith

    ALTHOUGH award winning local gospel a cappella group, Firm Faith missed a lifetime chance to attend the World A cappella Convention in Russia due to lack of funding for the trip, they have remained hopeful as many other good things have happened to them.

  • Afro-jazz musician Victor Kunonga performs during his show at the Zol Main Stage on Saturday May 2.
    Pictures: Kunonga, Tariro neGitare serenade audiences

    Afro-jazz musician Victor Kunonga put up a sterling performance with Iranian musician Ramin Khalatbari on the Zol Main Stage at the just ended Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) on Saturday May 2. The following day rising star Afro-soul singer-songwriter Tariro neGitare also wowed her audience at her show on the Lays Global Stage […]

  • Salif Keita and Hope Masike on stage.
    Pictures: Selif Keita closes Hifa

    Acclaimed Malian Afro-pop singer Salif Keita and local Mbira diva Hope Masike on Sunday night put up a spellbinding performance which brought down the curtain on the 16th edition of Zimbabwe’s premier arts showcase, the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) at Zol Main Stage, in the Harare Gardens.

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