• TIMB to assist farmers to produce quality tobacco

    Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) chairperson Monica Chinamasa says her organisation has formulated a plan to assist farmers to produce quality tobacco.

  • TelOne to connect 9 500 homes

    STATE-OWNED telecommunications company TelOne is set to commission four additional Fibre to the Home this month with the remainder to be commissioned next month.

  • Caps set up Dynamos final

    HIGHLANDERS were left to rue their failure to convert superior ball possession into goals after the Bulawayo giants were eliminated from the Bob91 competition by Caps United in an incident filled encounter Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

  • Zim fall short, again

    ZIMBABWE only have themselves to blame for their failure so far to cause the upset they require to progress to the quarterfinals of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

  • Finish ‘em off, Platinum!

    AFTER two weeks of preparation, it’s down to serious business this afternoon as FC Platinum clash with Sofapaka in the Caf Confederation Cup second leg, preliminary round football tie at Mandava Stadium in Zvishavane.

  • Zim has one radiation physicist

    ZIMBABWE has only one radiation physicist in the public sector, a situation which has compromised effective diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

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    Woman kills hubby over phone texts

    A JILTED Chitungwiza woman, Fortunate Nsoro, allegedly stabbed her husband with three kitchen knives and killed him instantly last Thursday after she bumped into his girlfriend’s text messages on his mobile phone.

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    Mzembi eyes chicken breeder’s farm

    Tourism minister Walter Mzembi may be going against promoting the Brand Zimbabwe that he so tirelessly advertises after he recently obtained an offer letter to take over a farm belonging to prominent Masvingo chicken breeder Helen Mitchell.

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    Khaya Moyo belongs to us — Mutasa

    EXPELLED former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa yesterday dared party national spokesman Simon Khaya Moyo to speak the truth and publicly admit that he belongs to the ruling party faction led by ex-Vice-President Joice Mujuru .

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    Mutoko black granite miners under siege

    GOVERNMENT has ordered black granite miners operating in Mutoko and its surrounding environs to make cash contributions to the area’s Community Share Ownership Trust.

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    Govt mulls 3 more varsities

    GOVERNMENT has announced plans to launch three new State universities.

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    Marondera to shell out $1,9m on retrenchment packages

    THE cash-strapped Marondera Municipality recently retrenched about 90 workers and plans to lay off another 100 to keep its wage bill within the 70:30% ratio prescribed by Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo.

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    Angel bought Bentley on behalf of family: brother

    LIMIT Mudzanire, younger brother of Spirit Embassy church leader Uebert Angel, yesterday told Harare magistrate Noel Mupeiwa that his cleric brother should be exonerated from the alleged fraudulent purchase of a Bentley Continental sedan as he had bought the vehicle on behalf of his family.

  • Masimba dominates Mutare Chess Grand Prix

    NATIONAL University of Science and Technology (Nust) student Anesu Masimba emerged the clear winner at the Zimbabwe Chess Federation Mutare Grand Prix held at Mutare Polytechnic College over the weekend.

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    ‘PSL season will end on time’

    THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) says the upcoming season will run smoothly and on schedule despite what appears a busy calendar ahead.

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    Good outings in Champions League, Confed Cup

    AFRICA’s prestigious’ football club competitions, the Caf Champions League and the Caf Confederation Cup, reached the first round stage at the weekend

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    Long jumper Madzivire third on return from injury

    ZIMBABWE track and field star Paul Madzivire marked his return to action with third place in the long jump competition at the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in the United States at the weekend.

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    Thindwa confident ahead of Zambezi Challenge Cup final

    MALAWI international striker Ishmael Thindwa’s confidence is rocket high and has vowed to help his side Caps United defend the Zambezi Challenge Cup final against Malawi champions- Big Bullets scheduled for tomorrow at Civo Stadium.

    ‘Mental flaws’ hurting team: Taylor

    Harare 1995, Sheikhupera 1998, Harare 2013 and now, just 20 runs away from Brisbane 2015. Five fours. Three sixes and a two.

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    Zimbabwe qualify for Afro basketball

    THE ZIMBABWE senior men’s basketball team has qualified for the Afro-basketball championships to be co-hosted by Cameroon and Tunisia later this year.

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    Suspected quadricep tear for Chigumbura

    Elton Chigumbura, the Zimbabwe captain, was helped off the field in the 24th over of his team’s group stage match against Pakistan with a suspected torn quadricep.

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