• I will not use ‘juju’ to rise — Gasa

    SUNGURA musician Romeo Gasa has claimed that many local musicians used juju [lucky charms] to woo fans to their shows and sell their music, but he will continue soldiering on despite dwindling fortunes.

    Romeo Gasa etched
  • All set for Christ TV gospel awards

    NOMINATIONS for the second edition of Emmanuel and Ruth Makandiwa Invitational Concert Awards Night (Permican) awards to be held at the City Sports Centre on September 19 under the auspices of Christ TV are now out, in what promises to be a stiff showdown between local gospel greats in 17 categories.

    Kennedy Nhapi and Pastor Ted Lazaro2
  • I did not plot Chikurubi jailbreak – Gumbura

    JAILED rapist cleric Robert Martin Gumbura yesterday said he never incited other inmates to revolt against a poor diet or masterminded the alleged foiled jailbreak at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison early this year.

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  • Mandatory HIV testing for prisoners

    HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa has bemoaned the high HIV prevalence rate among prisoners and indicated that government was considering mandatory HIV and Aids testing for serving inmates to contain the scourge.

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  • MultiChoice Africa CEO speaks on pricing

    BEL OMBRE, Mauritius — MultiChoice Africa chief executive officer Tim Jacobs on Wednesday said they were constantly evaluating their cost structure on the entertainment service provider’s pricing as part of their business model relative to different audience groups.

    MultiChoice Africa chief executive officer Tim Jacobs
  • Bleak future for Kintyre farm workers
    Farming preps in Mutawata-recently.

    HUNDREDS of former farm workers at Kintyre Estates near Norton are bracing for a showdown with the new land owners who have threatened to evict them to pave way for development of residential properties.

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  • Chinamasa-budget
    State embarks on head count of pensioners to weed out ‘ghosts’

    THE Public Service Commission (PSC) has embarked on a massive head audit of all government pensioners to weed out ghost elements believed to be illegally benefiting from State funds.

  • Group Editor-in-Chief Vincent-Kahiya
    Media houses cry foul over high taxes

    LOCAL media houses yesterday cried foul over the country’s exorbitant taxes, saying they were milking their businesses dry.

  • court-gavel
    Bogus VID officers trial date set

    THE TRIAL of three Harare men who allegedly masqueraded as employees of the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) and duped several prospective drivers of their cash by giving them fake driver’s licences is now set to commence at the Marondera Magistrates’ Court on September 10.

  • Robert-Martin-Gumbura-in-prison
    I did not plot Chikurubi jailbreak – Gumbura

    JAILED rapist cleric Robert Martin Gumbura yesterday said he never incited other inmates to revolt against a poor diet or masterminded the alleged foiled jailbreak at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison early this year.

  • david parirenyatwa
    Mandatory HIV testing for prisoners

    HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa has bemoaned the high HIV prevalence rate among prisoners and indicated that government was considering mandatory HIV and Aids testing for serving inmates to contain the scourge.

  • court-gavel
    Ex-school head sues Irvines $30 000 for damages

    A FORMER Irvines Zimbabwe school headmistress, Emerentiana Makumbe, has taken the chicken firm to the High Court seeking $30 000 compensation after she was allegedly forced out of her job over unproved allegations.

  • condoms
    ‘Adopt S-T EYE condoms’

    YOUTHS drawn from eight African countries have implored their respective governments to adopt S-T EYE condoms which detect sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and help in the fight against spread of diseases.

  • Deals worth $1 million inked in Zambia
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    ZIMBABWEAN companies clinched deals worth over $1 million at the Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show (Zacs) held in Lusaka recently, the country’s trade promotion body, ZimTrade has said.

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  • Bindura-Nickel-Mine1-610x330
    Chinese shareholders flex muscles in BNC

    The Chinese flexed muscles after their representatives were elected into the Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) board at the company’s annual general meeting held yesterday.

  • A man seats at the entrance of ZB Bank Southerton branch
    ZB Holdings looking for land banks

    ZB HOLDINGS is in discussion with various councils throughout the country for land to venture into low-cost housing, an executive has said.

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    Tanzanian firm given nod to buy Blue Ribbon

    BLUE Ribbon Industries (BRI) creditors on Wednesday approved the takeover of the company by a Tanzanian industrial conglomerate, Bakhresa Group, a move that would revive the food processor.

  • ALLAN SYRIL MLULLA
    ‘Competition policy needs review’

    ZIMBABWE needs to review its competition policy to ensure that gaps in the legislation were addressed, officials have said.

  • zimtrade
    Business urged to explore trade, export opportunities with Sweden

    Zimbabwe can export fresh produce, nuts, textiles and garments to Sweden as there is demand for these products in the Scandinavian country, a one-stop information centre for exporters based in developing countries has said.

  • green-fuel-plant-550(1)
    Energy regulator hires SA firm for fuel pricing model

    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has hired a South African company, Genesis Analytics, to help them review pricing models within the petroleum sector, amid complaints from consumers of uneven charges compared to other regional countries.

  • zim stock exchange
    Local bourse performance on free fall

    PERFORMANCE of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continues on a downward path since the beginning of the year due to economic challenges in the economy that have affected many listed counters.

  • Thornycroft guns for Olympics qualification
    Thonycroft pics

    Zimbabwe’s rowing Olympian Micheen Thornycroft will be gunning to secure a 2016 Rio Olympics qualification when she lines up in the World Rowing Championships single sculls semi-final in Aiguebelette, France, today.

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  • BONGANI-MAFU-27
    Breaking: Bosso fire coach Mafu

    Bulawayo giants Highlanders on Thursday announced they had parted ways with coach, Bongani Mafu, a decision some think was long overdue.

  • charles-Manyuchi-hoisted-by-his-local-fans
    Manyuchi’s boxing revival mission

    WORLD Boxing Welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi will later this month stage a boxing tournament in Chivhu, a first of many tournaments he has lined up across the country, as he hopes to resuscitate the sport.

  • Highlanders supporters celebrate their team's win after the match.
    ‘Bosso executive let us down’

    HIGHLANDERS supporters feel the executive has let them down this season which has also led to poor performances by the once formidable side.

  • Washngton-Arubi
    Arubi oozes confidence

    WASHINGTON Arubi is delighted to be recalled to the national team and says the Warriors are determined to make use of home advantage and collect maximum points against Guinea in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier at Rufaro on Sunday.

  • Highlanders-head-coach-Bongani-Mafu
    Bosso, Mafu part ways?

    HIGHLANDERS Football club has reportedly sacked head coach Bongani Mafu in the wake of Sunday’s 3-2 league defeat to city rivals Chicken Inn at Barbourfields Stadium.

  • cuthbert-malajila
    Warriors’ Rufaro delight

    ZIMBABWE international striker Cuthbert Malajila has welcomed the decision by the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to shift the Group L 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea on Sunday to Rufaro.

  • David-Amm-in-action-at-the-Toyota-Junior-Golf-World-Cup
    Top juniors named in Amateur Team Champs squad

    ZIMBABWE’S leading junior golfers Kieran Vincent and David Amm will test themselves against some of Africa’s finest amateur golfers after being selected to represent the country in the prestigious Africa Amateur Golf Teams Championship to be held in Kenya next month.

  • I will not use ‘juju’ to rise — Gasa
    Romeo Gasa etched

    SUNGURA musician Romeo Gasa has claimed that many local musicians used juju [lucky charms] to woo fans to their shows and sell their music, but he will continue soldiering on despite dwindling fortunes.

    Read more
  • Kennedy Nhapi and Pastor Ted Lazaro2
    All set for Christ TV gospel awards

    NOMINATIONS for the second edition of Emmanuel and Ruth Makandiwa Invitational Concert Awards Night (Permican) awards to be held at the City Sports Centre on September 19 under the auspices of Christ TV are now out, in what promises to be a stiff showdown between local gospel greats in 17 categories.

  • MultiChoice Africa chief executive officer Tim Jacobs
    MultiChoice Africa CEO speaks on pricing

    BEL OMBRE, Mauritius — MultiChoice Africa chief executive officer Tim Jacobs on Wednesday said they were constantly evaluating their cost structure on the entertainment service provider’s pricing as part of their business model relative to different audience groups.

  • mukaNYA
    Chimurenga legend Mukanya longs for home

    CHIMURENGA music legend Thomas Mapfumo longs for home after his decade-long stay in the United States.

  • Don Jazzy and the Mavins
    MultiChoice Africa’s content showcase in Mauritius on the opening night

    BEL OMBRE, Mauritius — It was a night of dazzling entertainment full of the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood, as the second edition of the MultiChoice Africa Content Showcase Extravaganza roared into life on Tuesday at Outrigger Spa and Resort in Mauritius.

  • Kudzai-Sevenzo
    ‘Chirorodziva’ play to premiere

    FOLLOWING a successful six-day physical theatre performance workshop last week, Almasi Collaborative Arts is set to premier a play titled Chirorodziva tomorrow and Saturday at the University of Zimbabwe’s Beit Hall.

  • Intwasa
    African Dinner Night on cards

    INTWASA Arts Festival and The Bulawayo Club are set to host a debut event dubbed African Dinner Night on September 24.

  • Liberty Makuyana
    Local authors pen motivational books

    FIFTEEN local authors have joined forces and penned a motivational book under the oversight of Jonah Nyoni, the founder of Success Life, an incorporated company specialising in motivational speaking, corporate training, entrepreneurship and life coaching.

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