• Breaking:”Baba Jukwa” survives jail

    Sunday Mail editor, Edmund Kudzayi, whom an authority claim was behind the Facebook character, Baba Jukwa, is now a free man

  • Pictures: Students, parents demonstrate against Dokora, seek his ouster

    MORE than 100 demonstrators, most of them of school-going age, yesterday demanded the ouster of Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora, accusing him of failing to run the education sector by advocating for anti-poor policies.

    Some of the  people who demonstrated against the $3 Grade 7 examination fees and the increase in O' level examination fees outside the Education ministry offices in Harare.
  • Moyo takes war to Mnangagwa allies

    Information minister Jonathan Moyo has launched a vicious attack on unnamed backers of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, accusing them of creating a competing centre of power as the battle to succeed President Robert Mugabe intensifies.

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  • Dairibord revenue up 6%

    Dairibord Zimbabwe Holdings has recorded revenue growth of 6% for the four months ending April 30 2015 due to changes in product mix, reduced steri production cost, increased contribution from the heifer scheme, cost containment measures and the performance of a Malawi venture.

  • Grace’s absence raises eyebrows

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe was conspicuous by her absence at a field day at her farm in Mazowe yesterday, fuelling speculation she may have slipped out of the country again for medical attention in Asia, as she has not been seen in public for a while.

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  • SAZ awaits $3,5 million govt grant

    The Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) is expecting to receive $3,5 million from government to support its activities this year.

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    ZEP Re premium income rises by 25%

    ZEP Re (PTA Reinsurance Company) has reported growth of 25,2% in premium income for the period ending December 2014 to $125,44 million from $100,81 million in 2013 due to prudent risk management, improved underwriting results in the property class of business and increased investment income.

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    Avoid bogus Internet, card fraud scams

    Changes in technology have made our lives much easier, especially with respect to financial technologies. However, card-based and Internet-based fraud is a continuing danger that can catch anyone unawares.

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    Dawn Properties posts year-ending loss

    DAWN Properties Limited has recorded a decline in after-tax profit to $149 152 for the year ended March 31 2015 from $2,2 million in 2014 due to losses from fair value adjustment on investment property.

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    Dairibord revenue up 6%

    Dairibord Zimbabwe Holdings has recorded revenue growth of 6% for the four months ending April 30 2015 due to changes in product mix, reduced steri production cost, increased contribution from the heifer scheme, cost containment measures and the performance of a Malawi venture.

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    Developing: End of the road for Zimbabwe’s candidate in AfDB race

    Sadc candidate, Thomas Sakala failed to land the African Development Bank (AfDB) presidency following his elimination in the fifth round of a grueling poll to elect the bank’s eighth president.

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    Finally, Stanbic launches mobile banking service

    IN an effort to promote self-service banking, Stanbic Bank launched its mobile banking service called Blue 247 on April 27, allowing its customers to enjoy on-the-go banking through the use of their mobile phones.

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    ZCT lobbies govt to review 15% VAT

    THE Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) is lobbying the government to review the 15% Value Added Tax (VAT) being charged on foreign tourists, arguing this is making the country an expensive destination.

  • Pfumbidzai joins camp
    Blessing Moyo and Ronald Pfumbidzai

    ZIMBABWE Under-23 soccer team left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai joined camp yesterday morning as the Young Warriors stepped up preparations for the decisive second leg of the African Championships qualifier against Swaziland on Sunday.

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    Mighty Warriors beef up for Zambia second leg

    NATIONAL senior women football team Mighty Warriors’ coach Rosemary Mugadza has called up two extra players to training for the 2016 Rio Olympic first round second leg qualifier against Zambia at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

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    Tsholotsho target win over Caps United

    PREMIERSHIP newcomers Tsholotsho head coach Lizwe Sweswe is optimistic his charges will register a much-needed victory over Harare giants Caps United when the two teams meet in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

    Blatter refuses to step down

    ZURICH — The Confederation of African Football (Caf) says it is backing Fifa president Sepp Blatter ahead of today’s election as Swiss authorities said yesterday there were no plans as yet to question the veteran leader in their investigation of money laundering and corruption allegations against football’s main international body.

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    Chapungu taking it easy

    CHAPUNGU may be flying high, but no one within the squad is getting carried away, with coach John Nyikadzino urging his players to keep their feet on the ground.

    Highlanders players back at training

    THINGS returned to normal in the Highlanders camp after a one-day strike over outstanding winning bonuses as players returned to training ahead of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against FC Platinum tomorrow at Mandava.

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    Masakadza replaces Chigumbura

    BATSMAN Hamilton Masakadza has replaced suspended Elton Chigumbura as captain for the final two one-day internationals (ODIs) for the Pakistan tour.

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    Harrison appeals for patience from Caps fans

    CAPS United coach Mark Harrison has appealed for patience, urging supporters not to expect overnight recovery at the Harare football giants, whose confidence has been boosted by a deal that ushered in businessman Farai Jere as the new owner of the club.

  • So Profound in live recording

    SPOKEN Word artiste Arnold Chirimika — popularly known as So Profound — will today record his latest offering titled Pages From My Heart before a live audience with a live band, but the album will be released in October ahead of his regional tour.

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    ‘Upcoming musicians must take up Chimurenga music’

    TOP performing poet Chirikure Chirikure has described Chimurenga music as the backbone of local music as it carries a distinct Zimbabwean identity and urged young upcoming musicians to help revive it.

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    Daiton Somanje to be remembered

    MARONDERA will tonightreverberate with music as established and upcoming artistes perform at the memorial service of the late Pengaudzoke frontman Daiton Somanje at his Rusike home.

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    Zimbabwe College of Music empowers female artistes

    ZIMBABWE College of Music executive director Rachel Jera-Chigwanda has challenged female musicians to scale greater heights and go beyond playing second fiddle merely as dancers and backing vocalists in male-led bands.

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    Hip-hop artistes pen African Unity track

    LOCAL hip-hop artistes Kudzai “Promics” Goredema and Sharon “Shez” Vinyu have released a track to honour the establishment of African Union (AU) titled Pembera Africa.

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    Zim band to represent Africa

    A six-member Chitungwiza band, Jesa, will represent Africa at this year’s edition of the Imagine International Festival to be held on June 26 in Brussels, Belgium.

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    Upcoming gospel artiste ropes in Mhere

    UPCOMING Karoi-based gospel musician Something-to-do Kubvunya has collaborated with Mathias Mhere on his latest seven-track album Ngoni DzaJehovah to be launched on Saturday at Chikangwe Hall, Karoi.

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    Dominican Convent student honoured

    MUKAI Mahachi, an Advanced Level student at Dominican Convent, was on Tuesday night presented with an all-expenses paid two-week trip to France after winning the “Sing Your Way to Paris” competition in March.

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