• Video: Paul Matavire’s ‘broken record’

    PAUL Matavire, the late immensely gifted musician, enriched Zimbabwe’s music tradition. Today, one has to part with some dollars to access his songs from online sites like Deezer.com, licensed under Believe Music and The Orchard Music.

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  • Ndiweni rubbishes chiefs’ allowances, central governance system

    Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, has lashed out at the “pittance” the government pays traditional chiefs as allowances, while accusing the centralised governance system “for achieving what colonialism failed to achieve” in terms of oppressing black people. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Thursday evening, the traditional leader said the institution of chieftainship has […]

    Chiefs have been set up to fail because they are under resourced
  • PSL race enters home stretch

    THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title race is entering the home straight with log leaders FC Platinum, Caps United, Highlanders and Dynamos battling it for the top prize.

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  • Mnangagwa defends Mugabe’s rule

    ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has defended President Robert Mugabe’s 36-year-old rule, arguing the 92-year-old leader is still capable of managing the country’s affairs, despite increasing pressure from different groups to step down over his failure to revive the fortunes of the country.

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • Zanu PF plots Mugabe ‘thank you’ rally

    THE ruling Zanu PF party has organised a “homecoming party” and “thank you rally” for President Robert Mugabe, who is expected home tomorrow after attending the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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  • Chanetsa slapped with civil imprisonment over $19k debt
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    Former Mashonaland West governor, Peter Chanetsa was this week slapped with an indefinite prison term, but later spared time behind bars after CBZ Bank accepted his payment plan to settle a $19 000 debt.

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    Video: Paul Matavire’s ‘broken record’

    PAUL Matavire, the late immensely gifted musician, enriched Zimbabwe’s music tradition. Today, one has to part with some dollars to access his songs from online sites like Deezer.com, licensed under Believe Music and The Orchard Music.

  • Chiefs have been set up to fail because they are under resourced
    Ndiweni rubbishes chiefs’ allowances, central governance system

    Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, has lashed out at the “pittance” the government pays traditional chiefs as allowances, while accusing the centralised governance system “for achieving what colonialism failed to achieve” in terms of oppressing black people. Addressing journalists at the Bulawayo Press Club on Thursday evening, the traditional leader said the institution of chieftainship has […]

  • Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa defends Mugabe’s rule

    ACTING President Emmerson Mnangagwa has defended President Robert Mugabe’s 36-year-old rule, arguing the 92-year-old leader is still capable of managing the country’s affairs, despite increasing pressure from different groups to step down over his failure to revive the fortunes of the country.

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    Zimbabwe to defend trade in elephants

    ENVIRONMENT, Water and Climate minister Oppah Muchinguri has said Zimbabwe will defend its right to trade in elephant products at the 17th conference of parties (Cop 17) to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites), which opens in Johannesburg, South Africa, tomorrow.

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    Kwekwe wants garnishing powers

    Cash-strapped Kwekwe City Council plans to lobby the government to get powers to garnishee bank accounts of its debtors to ease its financial woes.

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    51 Epworth protesters seek remand refusal

    Fifty ONE Epworth protesters, who are facing trial over public violence allegations following demonstrations against corruption at police roadblocks, on Thursday filed an application for refusal of further remand after the State failed to provide them with a trial date.

  • Harare Central Hospital relies on on revenue from paying patients, but 40% of patients constitute the elderly and toddlers who are treated for free
    Myriad of problems compound Harare Central Hospital’s woes

    OPPOSITION parties and health stakeholders have reacted angrily to the deteriorating standards of healthcare in the country, with some calling for a complete overhaul of the entire ministry presiding over the decay.

  • Lecturer releases SMEs handbook
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    A BINDURA University of Science Education lecturer, Kosmas Njanike, has released a handbook for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), with ideas and secrets of starting a business.

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  • Zimra
    Zimra sees VAT doubling on automation

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) expects valued-added tax (VAT) contribution to total revenue doubling to 34% at the end of this month on the back of further automation of the payment system.

  • Some of the seemingly lucrative avenues for “investment” that many Zimbabweans today are falling for are actually “pyramid schemes” or versions of “Ponzi Schemes”, which promise investors very lucrative returns, for very little or no risk, over very short periods of time
    Don’t fall victim to bogus investment schemes

    Economic hardships have meant that a lot of people are looking for investments and opportunities that yield very high and quick returns. However, as a general rule in finance, high returns come with commensurately very high risks.

  • The bakery unit spurred Innscor Africa Limited growth by 30%
    Bakeries’ 265% growth spur Innscor profitability

    INNSCOR Africa Limited’s bakery operations posted a 30% growth in bread volumes during the first half of this year due to improved product quality and improved market coverage and service.

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    Telecel aims 74 new 3G sites by year-end

    TELECEL Zimbabwe aims to roll out a total of 74 new 3G sites before year-end, as it moves ahead with plans to increase capacity and Internet connection speeds across the entire network.

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    Minister seeks reprieve for SMEs

    Small-to-Medium Enterprises and Cooperatives Development minister Sithembiso Nyoni has appealed to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) to give SMEs a grace period before taxing their businesses after registering new companies.

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    EcoCash partners Mukuru

    Econet Wireless Zimbabwe’s mobile money service, EcoCash, has partnered with Mukuru to allow Zimbabweans living in South Africa to be able to send money back home.

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    RBZ in road shows to drive remittances

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is on a campaign trail to entice Zimbabweans living outside the country transfer money through formal channels to boost remittances critical in the development of the economy.

  • PSL race enters home stretch
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    THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title race is entering the home straight with log leaders FC Platinum, Caps United, Highlanders and Dynamos battling it for the top prize.

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    AMH reporter shortlisted for top African award

    ALPHA Media Holdings sports reporter Henry Mhara has been shortlisted for the prestigious African Fact-Checking Awards. (more…)

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    PPC sponsors ultra-marathon, fun run

    THE inaugural PPC Msasa Ultra-Marathon will take place on October 9 in Harare as the cement manufacturing company seeks to establish itself in the capital.

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    Old Georgians unfazed by underdog tag

    ZIMBABWE international loose forward Kingsley Lang is expecting another tightly-contested encounter when Old Georgians host wounded South African club, False Bay, in the second round of the Gold Cup competition at their Groombridge base in the capital today.

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    Sibanda, Mawoyo miss out on contracts

    Batsmen Vusi Sibanda, Regis Chakabva and Tino Mawoyo have both missed out on central contracts with Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC).

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    Chicken Inn compound Rovers’ woes

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League champions Chicken Inn scored a goal in each half to compound Mutare City’s relegation woes in a match played at White City Stadium yesterday.

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    Highlanders cut gap

    Harare City . . . . . . . . . . 0 Highlanders . . . . . . . (0) 1 ALLEN Gahadzikwa was the hero, rising to the occasion when it mattered most to plant a firm header into the nets for Highlanders to see off a battling Harare City in a […]

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    How Mine arrest rot

    HOW MINE arrested a three-match losing streak with a win against Hwange in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Luveve Stadium yesterday.

  • Video: Paul Matavire’s ‘broken record’
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    PAUL Matavire, the late immensely gifted musician, enriched Zimbabwe’s music tradition. Today, one has to part with some dollars to access his songs from online sites like Deezer.com, licensed under Believe Music and The Orchard Music.

    Read more
  • Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata
    Zhakata’s Madam Boss breaks record

    ZORA music maestro Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata’s track, Madam Boss, has broken the Coca-Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 20 record after pulling an incredible 10 845 listener votes as it topped the charts for over a month, the musician has said.

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    Sungura vs Afro-fusion at Chibuku finals

    IT will be a battle of sungura against Afro-jazz bands tomorrow at this year’s national finals of the music talent showcase, Chibuku Road to Fame, set for Glamis Stadium in Harare.

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    Doc Vikela gets priceless lessons in Botswana

    ONE of the country’s top comedians, Doc Vikela, has described comedy as the spice of life, which helped relieve people of stress, while at the same time unpacking governance issues at a higher level through fits of laughter.

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    Weekend Outing

    The sixth edition of Zimbabwe’s biggest festival of urban culture, Shoko Festival, roars into life today until Sunday under the theme Come Alive.

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    Bustop TV aborts UK Show

    TOP comedians Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya and Doc Vikela — who have been scheduled to perform in the United Kingdom under the banner of Bustop TV in October — have pulled out of the show citing irregularities, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Peace in the Hood concert for Chitungwiza

    A STAR-STUDDED concert dubbed the Peace in the Hood is set to bring the curtain down at the annual Shoko Festival at Unit L Community Hall grounds in Chitungwiza on September 25.

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    Stage set for One Voice worship concert

    GOSPEL music fans will be in for a treat when over 10 choirs drawn from different churches converge for the One Voice Inter-denominational Praise and Worship Concert set for the Harare International Conference Centre on Saturday.

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