• Mutasa/Mliswa loses case

    FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa, yesterday witnessed their romance with Zanu-PF go up in smoke

  • Winky D to headline Castle Tankard after-party

    DANCEHALL star Winky D will headline this year’s line-up of performers who are billed to entertain people at the after-party of one of the country’s biggest horse races, the Castle Tankard, on May 16 at Borrowdale Race Course.

  • Tsvangirai, Biti bury hatchet, pledge to unite

    A NEW chapter in the history of opposition politics was opened yesterday when MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai and his rival MDC Renewal Team secretary-general Tendai Biti ended their acrimony and pledged to reunite and contest the forthcoming by-elections and 2018 harmonised polls as a united party.

  • Cheetahs future bright – Hondo

    ZIMBABWE Sevens rugby coach Daniel Hondo believes the future is bright for his team after they came agonisingly close to attaining core status on the World Rugby Sevens World Series at the Hong Kong Sevens on Sunday.

  • Mapeza’s herculean task

    FC PLATINUM head coach Norman Mapeza is facing a herculean task of overturning a first round first leg 5-1 deficit suffered at the hands of Young Africans when they host the Tanzanians in the reverse fixture of the Caf Confederation Cup football tournament at Mandava on Saturday. (more…)

  • Mutasa/Mliswa loses case

    FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa, yesterday witnessed their romance with Zanu-PF go up in smoke

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    Huge trade deficit haunts economy

    ZCTU has said a huge trade deficit remains the major setback to industrial growth, employment creation, and infrastructural development in the country.

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    Councillors berate ‘stupid political decision’

    Kwekwe mayor Matenda Madzoke has rapped his predecessors of rushing to shut down a community-owned nursery school two years ago without considering the plight of the 60 kindergarten children who were affected by the move.

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    Anjin fails to pay employees

    CHINESE-OWNED mining company, Anjin Investments (Pvt) Ltd, has attributed its failure to pay workers’ salaries on the sharp drop in alluvial diamond deposits in the Marange area.

    MSU students to pay $2 per day for late registration

    Midlands State University yesterday imposed a daily $2 fine for students who will miss the April 13 registration deadline for the January-June 2015 semester.

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    Wattle Company workers, police in running battles

    OVER 55 workers at Wattle Company and Vumba plant premises in Mutare yesterday fought running battles with police after they stormed their employer’s offices demanding outstanding salaries for the past year.

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    Parly urged to pass enabling law for Peace Commission

    Parliament has been urged to craft an enabling law in order to operationalise the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission .

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    Mkoba Teachers’ College finally gets clinic after 39 years

    Mkoba Teachers’ College in Gweru has been operating without a clinic since its establishment in 1976 forcing students to seek medical services from outside the institution.

  • FBC objects to VAT on property developers

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) plans to introduce value-added tax (VAT) on residential stands being developed by financial institutions, an official has said.

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    Zim to import 1,4m tonnes of maize

    ZIMBABWE is set to import 1,4 million tonnes of maize this year to feed the nation following a poor agricultural season, a local economist has said.

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    TIMB panics over low tobacco prices

    TIMB has pressed the panic button, requesting input from players to respond to “negative publicity” over low prices at the auction floors.

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    Fifa candidate Ali jets in

    Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan was expected in Harare last night to meet Zifa president Cuthbert Dube to canvass for support ahead of the world football governing body elections slated for May 29 in Zurich, Switzerland.

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    Govt engages global leader to curb harmful products

    GOVERNMENT has engaged a global leader in testing and compliance, Bureau Veritas, to undertake a programme that protects consumers from harmful imported products.

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    FBC moves to stem loan defaults

    FBC Holdings plans to reduce its non-performing loans (NPLs) to below 10% this year adding that its book was secured, group chief executive officer John Mushayavanhu said yesterday.

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    Masimba loss widens

    MASIMBA Holdings Limited widened its loss to $552 423 for the year ended December 31 2014 from $60 412 in 2013 as revenue tumbled weighed down by the harsh economic environment.

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    NMB returns to profitability

    NMBZ Holdings posted an attributable profit of $1,6 million in the full year to December 31 2014 from a loss position in 2013 after containing non-performing loans and implementing a new credit system In the same period last year, the group posted a loss of $3 321 823.

  • Mat U19s win Botswana tourney

    THE Matabeleland Under-19 rugby development side won the David Livingstone Memorial Trophy rugby tournament in Livingstone Kolobeng College , Botswana over the weekend after beating all the seven schools that took part.

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    Kabwe returns home, eyes Bosso move

    FORMER Highlanders star Protash Kabwe returns home next month from Namibia when his contract with that country’s top-flight football league side Tigers FC expires.

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    Tsholotsho net $11k from Bosso game

    PREMIERSHIP debutants Tsholotsho Football Club realised $11 000 from their well-attended game against Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday with football stakeholders gobbling up a massive $16 000 from a gross total of $27 000. (more…)

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    Problems dog Young Warriors

    ZIMBABWE Under-23 football team coach Kalisto Pasuwa has plunged into Easter nightmare ahead of the trip to Douala, Cameroon, for the decisive All-Africa Games qualifier against the hosts next Sunday with key players being ruled out for various reasons.

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    Emakhandeni Legends Top 8 draw out

    THE second edition of the Emakhandeni Legends Top 8 football tournament was launched on Monday night at the Zifa offices in Bulawayo.

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    Pre-Open Classic set for Royal Harare

    ZIMBABWEAN golfers will have an opportunity to familiarise with the Royal Harare Golf Club layout ahead of the Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open in two weeks’ time when they tee it up in the 2015 Pre-Open Classic this morning. (more…)

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    Tarumbwa out for 6 weeks

    HIGHLANDERS doctors have ruled out striker Obadiah Tarumbwa for the next six weeks after he sustained a thigh injury on Sunday in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Tsholotsho FC at Barbourfields Stadium. Highlanders won the match 1-0.

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    Cheetahs future bright – Hondo

    ZIMBABWE Sevens rugby coach Daniel Hondo believes the future is bright for his team after they came agonisingly close to attaining core status on the World Rugby Sevens World Series at the Hong Kong Sevens on Sunday.

  • Jibilika dance festival set for Bulawayo

    THE eighth annual edition of Jibilika Dance Festival has been set for August 22 at the Amphitheatre in Bulawayo and this is the first time that the national finals will be held outside Harare.

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    Muffinz courts Famous African artistes

    The Muffinz have collaborated with South African Poet Lebo Mashile and Zimbabwean celebrated guitarists Joshua Meck and the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi on their second offering.

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    Mhere, Manyonganise duet an instant hit

    GOSPEL prodigy Mathias Mhere’s collaboration with Sharon Manyonganise, famed for her prolific involvement with the Zimpraise Choir has stolen the hearts of many gospel music lovers.

    The return of Linda Gabriel

    Making a grand ingress into the local poetry scene at a tender age of 18, not many would have expected her break to stand the test of time in the face of the spoken word art.

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    Major Playaz member in solo comeback

    After taking a near decade long sabbatical, Benson “Chyllur” Chihava of the currently disbanded Major Playaz hip-hop outfit seeks to ascertain a solo comeback through the release of a 15-track album titled Far From Over next month

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    Award-winning rapper Mudiwa to release second album

    All is set for colorful Gospel Hip-hop artist Mudiwa “Hood” Mutandwa’s album launch slated for tomorrow night in Harare.

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    Bang Bang Comedy Game Show to take place at Reps Theatre

    THE hilarious Bang Bang Comedy Game Show moves to Reps Theatre Upstairs for a night of laughter featuring show captains Michael K and Q the Boss who return from their successful regional tour.

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    Swiss Jet Aviation hosts pre-schools air day

    PRE-SCHOOL kids are in for a treat tomorrow (Friday) with a Pre-schools Air Day that will take place at Komani Air Base in Marlborough, Harare.

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