• Pictures: Xenophobia victims arrive

    About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

    About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
  • Zanu PF youths storm church over land

    AT LEAST 1 000 Zanu PF youths yesterday stormed St Mary’s Anglican Church in Chitungwiza and disrupted the service demanding an audience with the church’s leadership over a piece of land they want to grab and subdivide into residential stands for party members

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  • Harrison disappointed

    CAPS United and ZPC Kariba bounced back from defeats from their last league games with a share of spoils at the National Sports Stadium yesterday in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match the home side dominated and perhaps deserved a little bit more than what they got.

    The one that went in ....Caps United defender scores the equaliser after ZPC Kariba goalkeeper had failed to clear away the ball from a corner kick
  • SACJF slams judges arrest in Swaziland

    AN association of Southern Africa’s top judges has reacted angrily to the recent arrest of Swaziland’s four judges and called on the country’s leadership to respect the principle of separation of power between the Judiciary and Executive. (more…)

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  • I’m not feeling pressure: Mapeza

    FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza says he is not feeling any pressure after their third loss of the season.

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  • Pictures: Xenophobia victims arrive
    About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

    About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

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    Zanu PF youths storm church over land

    AT LEAST 1 000 Zanu PF youths yesterday stormed St Mary’s Anglican Church in Chitungwiza and disrupted the service demanding an audience with the church’s leadership over a piece of land they want to grab and subdivide into residential stands for party members

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    Council makes U-turn on debt collectors

    Shurugwi Town Council has reversed its decision to unleash debt collectors on defaulters after residents last month demonstrated against the move.

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    Pictures: Vendors refuse to vacate CBD

    STREET vendors in Kadoma have vowed to continue operating at undesignated sites in the central business district saying they would only move out after government has provided them with formal employment.

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    ZOU to pay Ndekwere $600 000 compensation

    The Zimbabwe Open University stands to fork out $602 284,75 as compensation to former acting finance director, Perpetual Ndekwere who was unfairly dismissed in 2013.

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    Chiefs castigate child marriages

    TRADITIONAL leaders in Masvingo have bemoaned the rise in child marriages saying the practice was destroying cultural values and the general welfare of the girl child

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    ‘Mining merger could be costly to govt’

    THE consolidation of the diamond mining companies in Zimbabwe could result in massive revenue losses, poor redress of human and environmental rights among others, the Centre for Research and Development (CRD), has warned.

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    Pioneer Coaches lays off 80 workers

    SOME 80 workers at Pioneer Coaches were left stranded last week after their contracts were terminated as the bus company withdrew its buses from all local routes

  • FC Platinum boss backs Mapeza
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    FC PLATINUM president George Mawere has solidly put his faith behind embattled coach Norman Mapeza, putting to rest rumours that the former Warriors mentor might be on his way out of the club after a fourth successive loss in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

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  • BONGANI MAFU
    Bosso move to fourth place

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu was left a relieved man yesterday as the Bulawayo football giants picked three points and with that, a move into fourth place on the Castle Lager Premiership table after a hard-fought narrow win over Dongo Dongo Sawmill at Vengere Stadium in Rusape.

  • The one that went in ....Caps United defender scores the equaliser after ZPC Kariba goalkeeper had failed to clear away the ball from a corner kick
    Harrison disappointed

    CAPS United and ZPC Kariba bounced back from defeats from their last league games with a share of spoils at the National Sports Stadium yesterday in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match the home side dominated and perhaps deserved a little bit more than what they got.

  • BONGANI MAFU
    Dongo seek to saw off Highlanders

    PREMIERSHIP debutants Dongo Sawmills will be hoping to register their first win in the top flight when they engage troubled Highlanders in a potentially explosive Premier Soccer League match at Vengere Stadium in Rusape tomorrow.

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    Chicken Inn, How Mine warm up for Bulawayo derby

    CHICKEN Inn and How Mine say they will be approaching their match with caution as the two teams clash in Bulawayo’s first Castle Lager Premier Soccer League derby at Luveve Stadium this afternoon.

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    Limping, wounded Caps wary of electric shock

    FINANCIALLY unstable Caps United will host last year’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) runners-up ZPC Kariba at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow in a clash where both teams will be looking to bounce back from defeats in their last league encounters.

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    FC Platinum target opts for Sundowns

    FC PLATINUM target and Burundian international Fiston Abdul Razak has reportedly made the grade at South African Premiership football giants Mamelodi Sundowns.

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    Dynamos take aim at City

    HARARE CITY’S performance last season was so horrible that it seems almost ludicrous that they were the same side that battled for the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League supremacy the previous year.

  • Sculptor redefines Mbare township
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    MBARE is one of Harare’s oldest townships and for decades it has been stereotyped for all the wrong vices ranging from robbery, petty thieving, prostitution and all sorts of misdemeanours.

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    Uzuri Creations goes south

    Joy Magatti Rusike, the woman behind one of Zimbabwe’s top African fashion houses, Uzuri Creations, is in Johannesburg, South Africa on a tour to market her wide-range tailor-made African fabric outfits. (more…)

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    Artistes intensify fight against xenophobia

    AFRICAN artistes have stepped up the fight against xenophobia with South African hip-hop artiste Cassper Nyovest who is due to perform at Hartsfield Stadium in Bulawayo at the weekend leading the way.

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    Victor D still believes in urban grooves

    AS the chapter closes on the once loved “urban grooves”, prominent urban groover Victor “D” Dhliwayo of the Kushamura Newe fame believes the local style has a place in the market and has a new album titled Overdose to support the claim.

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    Goodchild, EX-Q team up in new collaboration

    TWO of the country’s celebrated urban groovers, Alexio Gwenzi, also known as Goodchild, and Enock Munhenga, better known as Ex-Q, recently collaborated in a new track titled Your Mind.

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    Tuku speaks out against xenophobia

    MUSIC superstar and legend Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi has called on African leaders to speak out against the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. (more…)

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    The case and curse of Mr Ugly pageant!

    On the night of May 27, 2012, William Masvinu, a porter at Harare’s popular Mbare Musika, participated in the second edition of Mr Ugly Harare pageant that was held at City Sports Bar in Harare.

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    Sasa mourns mum on new album

    MULTI-DIMENSIONAL musician, actor and corporate trainer Tendai Chidarikire aka Action Sasa has recorded a new 10 track album titled Hona maUSA – which is currently at the premix stage.

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