• Audio: Government urged to rectify torture conventions

    Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission chairperson Elasto Mugwadi has urged government to quickly ratify the United Nations Convention against torture and domesticate it in order to address issues relating to torture.

    A victim of political violence speaks.
  • Pictures: Victims of torture commemorations

    Activists from across the country on Saturday commemorated a belated United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai views  a photo exhibition of MDC members tortured during the Presidential run off 27 June 2008.
  • Zimra to close 5 companies

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has said it has not closed any company, but has identified five companies that would be shut down as it moves to stamp out malpractices, commissioner-general Gershem Pasi has said.

    gershem pasi
  • Vendor war turns political

    ZANU PF and MDC-T councillors in Harare have reportedly turned Town House into a battlefield where the two parties were divided over the fate of vendors operating in the central business district

    Vendors selling their wares at night by the intersection of Julius Nyerere Way and Robert Mugabe on Thursday
  • Referee suspended over blunder

    ASSISTANT referee Bongani Gadzikwa was suspended yesterday following his blunder that denied Highlanders an equaliser in their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

    Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday
  • Audio: Government urged to rectify torture conventions
    A victim of political violence speaks.

    Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission chairperson Elasto Mugwadi has urged government to quickly ratify the United Nations Convention against torture and domesticate it in order to address issues relating to torture.

    Read more
  • MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai views  a photo exhibition of MDC members tortured during the Presidential run off 27 June 2008.
    Pictures: Victims of torture commemorations

    Activists from across the country on Saturday commemorated a belated United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.

  • airzimbabwe
    Judge recuses self in AirZim saga

    Harare High Court judge Justice Garainesu Mawadze yesterday recused himself from entertaining a bail pending appeal matter involving incarcerated Air Zimbabwe boss Peter Chikumba, who is serving an effective seven-year prison term for abuse of office.

  • Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere (L) addresses party supporters while Terence Mukupe, Harare East candidate, looks on during a rally in Tafara yesterday.
    Parly summons Kasukuwere again

    ENVIRONMENT minister Saviour Kasukuwere has been summoned, for the second time in less than a year, to appear before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment to clarify how he administered the Marange-Zimunya Community Share Ownership Scheme

  • Apostolic sect members were part of the thousands of people who gathered at the National Sports Stadium for independence celebrations
    Council, Vapostori set for clash over open-air worship ban

    HARARE City Council has set the stage for a bruising fight with members of the apostolic sects in the city after it recently proposed a raft of stringent by-laws which include a blanket ban on open-air worship, among others.

  • Parliament-of-Zimbabwe-building
    Parly roasts GMB managers

    GRAIN Marketing Board (GMB)’s top managers were grilled by parliamentarians yesterday after it emerged that they had left over 61 000 metric tonnes of grain maize to rot at the parastatal’s silos and later sold it to livestock producers for a song.

  • Diwa
    Disabled women petition govt for equal access to sexual, reproductive health services

    DISABLED Women in Africa (Diwa), in collaboration with Disabled Women Support Organisation, has prepared a position paper to guide various ministries on issues of equal access to sexual and reproductive health service for women and girls with disabilities.

  • Vendors selling their wares at night by the intersection of Julius Nyerere Way and Robert Mugabe on Thursday
    Vendor war turns political

    ZANU PF and MDC-T councillors in Harare have reportedly turned Town House into a battlefield where the two parties were divided over the fate of vendors operating in the central business district

  • ZimTrade urges firms to venture into Zambian markets
    zimtrade

    ZimTrade, the country’s export promotion body, has urged local companies to venture into the Zambian market and boost their businesses.

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  • Walter Mzembi etched
    Kwekwe’s oldest hotel to reopen

    Shamwari Hotel, one of Kwekwe’s oldest hotels, is set to reopen after new owners injected close to $2 million for a facelift

  • gershem pasi
    Zimra to close 5 companies

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has said it has not closed any company, but has identified five companies that would be shut down as it moves to stamp out malpractices, commissioner-general Gershem Pasi has said.

  • mining
    Diasporans, mining engineers partner ZMDC

    A consortium of Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora and local mining engineers have partnered with the Zimbabwe Mining Development (ZMDC) with a view to inject $40 million to resuscitate three gold mines owned by the government mining company.

  • Patrick Chinamasa
    Govt urges tax collector to dialogue with defaulters

    The new Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) board has to dialogue with tax defaulters in a bid to recover unpaid taxes, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said yesterday.

  • Water minister Saviour Kasukuwere has a laugh during the opening of parliament.
    Kuwaza grilled

    State Procurement Board (SPB) chairperson Charles Kuwaza was chased out of the Mines and Energy Parliamentary Portfolio Committee after failing to answer questions.

  • ama
    Amatheon partners Toyota Tsusho in $10m Zambia project

    Amatheon-Agri Group — a German agribusiness and food company — has teamed up with Toyota Tsusho Corporation in a $10 million partnership project in Zambia.

  • Walter Mzembi etched
    Tourism ministry, ZimStats to conduct survey on visitors

    THE Ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry in partnership with the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency will next month conduct a survey to obtain information on various characteristics of visitors into the country, a government official has said.

  • Referee suspended over blunder
    Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday

    ASSISTANT referee Bongani Gadzikwa was suspended yesterday following his blunder that denied Highlanders an equaliser in their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

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  • CALLISTO-PASUWA
    Pasuwa drops Chitiyo, Rusike

    WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa has reshuffled the team that played in the first leg of the Chan qualifier against the Comoros a week ago, with Hwange forward Evans Rusike, who scored one of the goals in the 2-0 victory, and Dynamos midfielder Ronald Chitiyo being the notable absentees from the team that will make the […]

  • Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday
    Mutizwa steals thunder in Battle of Zimbabwe

    AS HIGHLANDERS players gathered on the pitch, forming a tight circle, their traditional way of motivating each other before a match, coach Bongani Mafu watched with interest.

  • walter musona in training
    3 weeks for Musona, Mutasa in Slovakia

    FC Platinum’s Wisdom Mutasa will miss Saturday’s African Nations Championships (Chan) preliminary round, second leg qualifier against the Comoros Island as he is undergoing trials in Slovakia with top-flight side FC Senica.

  • soccer
    Dongo, Chicken Inn’s Ndlovu to be charged

    STRUGGLING Dongo Sawmill have attracted the wrath of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) as they will be censured for causing the abandonment of the match against log leaders Chicken Inn at Luveve Stadium on Saturday.

  • cricket 2
    Opportunity for Zim as India rest key players

    ZIMBABWE have been presented with a golden opportunity to register a series win against India at home after the World Cup losing finalists named a second string side for the three ODIs and two T20s starting on July 10 in the capital.

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    Bosso’s disallowed goal: Make your own judgement

    HIGHLANDERS were left licking their wounds after a late equaliser was disallowed for off-side in the 78th minute in a controversial moment in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League five-goal thriller played at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

  • Kudakwashe Musharu of How Mine (in white) charges towards goal under attention from Gerald Ndlovu  of Hwange in a match played at Luveve Stadium yesterday
    How Mine edge Hwange

    HOW Mine scrapped a win to collect maximum points from an impressive Hwange in an exciting Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Luveve Stadium yesterday.

  • I miss Dhewa: Macheso
    Sungura musician Alick Macheso strums his guitar as he provide entertainment-001

    SUNGURA ace Alick Macheso said he misses the late musician Tongai “Dhewa” Moyo, whom he described as “a loving friend”

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  • Jackson Zmiboy
    Changamire hip-hop festival flops

    THERE was drama at Changamire Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday night at Travel Plaza when the fiesta was called off under unclear circumstances, much to the disgruntlement of fans who had braved the cold to attend the show.

  • Matthew Kaunda
    Mateo hangs up guitar, turns to God

    MATTHEW Kaunda, popularly known as Mateo, was famed for the hit songs Pamuhacha and Asambe Africa at the peak of his music career in the late 1990s.

  • Thembalami Tagwirei sings on stage.
    Pictures: Thembalami records live DVD

    GOSPEL singer Temba “Thembalami” Tagwirei was all smiles on Saturday night after he was named National Eye Security brand ambassador at the launch of his Ministry of Works album and live DVD recording.

  • Albert Nyathi 1
    Culture Fund bankrolls arts projects

    TOP actress Jesesi Mungoshi and veteran poet Albert Nyathi’s projects are among the 41 schemes set to benefit from grants worth over a total of $1 million disbursed by the Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust to enhance holistic arts development in the country.

  • Thembalami and Mkhululi
    Tembalami strikes endorsement deal

    GOSPEL singer Temba “Thembalami” Tagwirei was all smiles on Saturday night after he was named National Eye Security brand ambassador at the launch of his Ministry of Works album and live DVD recording.

  • Catherine Magodo-Mutukwa
    Book chronicles rape survivors’ accounts

    LOCAL author Catherine Magodo-Mutukwa has penned a book titled Silent Cries: The Violated Speak, in which she chronicles tales about girls who survive rape.

  • jah parayzah 2
    Poor planning mars Jah Prayzah UK tour

    MAN of the moment Jah Prayzah spent the better part of last Friday stranded at Harare International Airport after a promoter failed to buy air tickets for his flight for the United Kingdom Southern African Music and Arts (Sama) concert.

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