• ‘Tired’ Mugabe apologises

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday once again revealed that Zanu PF infighting and his punishing schedule were taking a toll on him as he arrived late for a government function in Harare.

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  • Can Zim football rise?

    AFTER the humiliation of the Warriors in the Cosafa Cup on Thursday, focus immediately shifts to both the Mighty Warriors and the Young Warriors as they begin the first steps towards qualification for the 2016 Rio Olympics tomorrow when they face Zambia and Swaziland respectively.

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  • ‘Dineo Mashaba’ returns to Zim

    FAMOUS for her role as Dineo Mashaba in one of South Africa’s leading soapies, Generations, Katlego Danke is set to reunite with her Zimbabwean fans when she jets into the country on Monday.

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  • Mugabe wields axe, sends former ministers packing

    The ruling Zanu PF party on Thursday night expelled seven more members bringing the number of those cut loose to more than 10.

    President Robert Mugabe and former RBZ governor Gideon Gono inspect farm mechanisation equipment in 2007
  • All set for Jah Prayzah album launch

    THE Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) will tonight reverberate to the sounds of contemporary musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band as they launch their much-awaited sixth album Jerusarema.

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  • Mash Central demining project complete
    The commander of the Defence forces General Constantine Chiwenga ,commander of the national army Lieutenant  Valerio Sibanda  and commander of the Air Force Perence Shiri-001

    MUKUMBURA — An international non-governmental organisation, Halo Trust, has completed a demining exercise in Mashonaland Central which was funded through a $864 000 Japanese government grant.

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  • The widows posing with thier groceries given to them by the Trust
    Christ Alive Gospel Ministries Trust reaches to the needy

    Victor and Anna grew up facing extreme segregation from society due to their age. Their lives have been a misery and they did not know what to do as their future seemed bleak.

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    Dagga-growing man gets 1 year

    A 50-YEAR-OLD Penhalonga man was on Thursday sentenced to one year behind bars after he was convicted by a Mutare magistrate court of cultivating 173 plants of dagga.

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    Prison inmates deserve respect

    Reports that Zimbabwe’s prisons now resemble torture camps are harrowing and speaks to government’s failure to deal with the situation in line with the country’s governance charter and the United Nations basic principles for the treatment of prisoners.

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    New by-elections on the cards

    The Zanu PF politburo’s decision to expel five sitting MPs on Thursday is set to trigger a new wave of by-elections amid speculation that the party leadership will soon write to Parliament seeking to recall those fired in line with Section 129(1)(k) of the Constitution.

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    Soldier beats man for refusing him transport

    A MEMBER of the Zimbabwe National Army 22 Infantry Battalion was slapped with a 12-month jail term after being convicted of assaulting a civilian who had refused to offer him transport.

  • Chitungwiza residents wave placards denouncing council officials on Thursday
    CIO curtails Chitown residents’ meeting

    A public consultation meeting meant to give residents a platform to contribute towards effective service delivery in their areas was curtailed after officers from the President’s Office attended the event in Chitungwiza on Thursday.

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    EU Parly supports targeted sanctions on Mugabe

    The European Parliament on Thursday supported the stance taken by the European Union (EU) on targeted measures against President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace blaming them for the deteriorating political and human rights situation in Zimbabwe.

  • Depleted Highlanders face Whawha
    Highlanders linkman Bruce Kangwa clears the ball away from Shabane Mine's Caleb Masotsha.

    HIGHLANDERS will be without eight of their key players when they face Whawha in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

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    Chapungu out to maintain momentum

    CHAPUNGU will be hoping to maintain their imperious form when they host Flame Lily in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot this afternoon.

  • Golf
    Kersten seeks successful title defence

    ONE of the country’s leading junior golfers, Justin Kersten, is expecting a tough challenge as he seeks to launch a successful title defence at the Matabeleland Amateur Championship which gets underway at Harry Allen Golf Club in Bulawayo today.

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    Zim U16 for Afro-Basket qualifiers

    THE Zimbabwe Under-16 basketball team leaves this morning to take part in the Afro-Basket qualifiers in Gaborone, Botswana, which will run from May 25 to June 4.

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    Pakistan-Zimbabwe square off in Lahore

    LAHORE — Pakistan and Zimbabwe play their first T20 two-match series in Pakistan today at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, with international cricket’s revival in the country six years after the attack on Sri Lankan team.

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    Warriors crash out

    NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

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    VP Mnangagwa for Old Mutual Raj Modi T20 cricket tourney

    VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be the guest of honour at the Old Mutual Raj Modi T20 Children’s Cricket Cup at Heath Streak Academy on Africa Day.

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    God is at work: Mushekwi

    ZIMBABWE hitman Nyasha Mushekwi says God is blessing him in his football career.

  • Christ Alive Gospel Ministries Trust reaches to the needy
    The widows posing with thier groceries given to them by the Trust

    Victor and Anna grew up facing extreme segregation from society due to their age. Their lives have been a misery and they did not know what to do as their future seemed bleak.

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    Jafikoni in solo exhibition

    YOUNG visual artiste Jessica Jafikoni is set to host a solo exhibition between June 1 and 3, 2015, under the theme My Studio, My Journey at the National Handcraft Centre in Harare.

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    ‘Dineo Mashaba’ returns to Zim

    FAMOUS for her role as Dineo Mashaba in one of South Africa’s leading soapies, Generations, Katlego Danke is set to reunite with her Zimbabwean fans when she jets into the country on Monday.

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    All set for Jah Prayzah album launch

    THE Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) will tonight reverberate to the sounds of contemporary musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band as they launch their much-awaited sixth album Jerusarema.

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    Mabvuku duo resurfaces on Zimdancehall tip

    BREAKING into the music scene in 2010 as backing vocalists for Peace Ndlovu, popularly known as Ba Shupi, the duo of Kudzanai “Swurv” Mapfumo and Tatenda Kwaramba has resurfaced with a six-track Zimdancehall compilation album titled MaBoss set for official launch on May 28.

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    ZBC listeners, viewers prefer paying subscriptions

    LOCAL television viewers have hailed recommendations made in the KPMG Chartered Accountants forensic audit report presented to Parliament recommending the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) to scrap off viewers and listeners’ licences and replace them with subscription fees.

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    Chitungwiza Harmony Singers host fundraising concert

    AWARD-WINNING local choral group Chitungwiza Harmony Singers will from today host a two-day concert at Reps Theatre in Belgravia, Harare, aimed at fundraising for air tickets ahead of their US tour scheduled for July next year.

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    Gospel artiste goes solo

    Bulawayo-based upcoming gospel artiste and Eagle Life Assembly member Obert Chida has gone solo and released a debut album titled Keep the Faith.

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