• Mpofu given 5-day ultimatum to pay workers

    The Zimbabwe Mail employees have given Transport minister Obert Mpofu a five-day ultimatum to pay them their salary arrears amounting to over $50 000 following the newspaper’s recent collapse.

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  • Chapungu stalk Dynamos

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League champions Dynamos got their league campaign up and running with a convincing win over Buffaloes on the opening weekend last week, but they face an early season test with a trip to their bogey side Chapungu this afternoon.

    A Dynamos supporter reacts during the match.
  • Cheetahs lay down marker in Hong Kong

    THE Zimbabwe Sevens rugby team put down a statement of intent in their quest to attain core status on the World Rugby World Sevens World Series next season after posting impressive wins over Guyana and Tonga in Hong Kong yesterday.

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  • Rail accidents, suicides claim 300 lives

    THE National Railways of Zimbabwe has said over 300 people have lost their lives in the past few years on the country’s rails through either suicide or accidents.

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  • Govt urged to increase women participation in programmes

    Government has been urged to increase the participation of women in community share ownership trust schemes (CSOTs), land reform and indigenisation programmes in line with the country’s national gender policy

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  • Muchechetere drags Mugabe, AG to court
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    SUSPENDED Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) group chief executive officer Happison Muchechetere, whose trial, over allegations of contravening procurement regulations, was stalled pending a Constitutional application

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    Mpofu given 5-day ultimatum to pay workers

    The Zimbabwe Mail employees have given Transport minister Obert Mpofu a five-day ultimatum to pay them their salary arrears amounting to over $50 000 following the newspaper’s recent collapse.

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    More orphans drop out of school

    A charity organisation from Seke, and the Zimbabwe Scholarship Institute (ZIS) are appealing to the public, government and other civic organisations to assist 56 orphans and vulnerable children who dropped from school for financial reasons.

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    Church relocates orphans

    Celebration Church Ministries International is relocating 60 orphans from Ivordale Children’s Home in Murewa to Harare as a way of creating a more favorable environment for their upkeep.

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    Rail accidents, suicides claim 300 lives

    THE National Railways of Zimbabwe has said over 300 people have lost their lives in the past few years on the country’s rails through either suicide or accidents.

  • Court-Zim-Gossip
    MP chucked off Zanu PF property

    High Court judge Justice Happious Zhou has ordered Makoni West MP Kudzanai Chipanga (Zanu PF) to vacate party buildings he was occupying in Rusape and allow another party activist Mandi Majoni to lease the property.

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    Sino-Zim sends 4 students to China

    Sino-Zimbabwe Cement Company (SZCC), is sending four students to China to study mechanical engineering through a scholarship programme which is part of its corporate social responsibility.

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    Residents protest against prepaid water meter pilot project

    HARARE residents on Thursday protested against a pilot project for the installation of pre-paid water meters during a full council meeting.

  • RBZ introduces 50c bond coins
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    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is set to introduce 50c bond coins on Tuesday to further boost price competitiveness, central bank boss John Mangudya has said.

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    Bread consumption declines

    The National Bakers Association of Zimbabwe says the economic challenges in the country have resulted in the decline of bread intake by families to 850 000 loaves per day.

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    BancABC secures $125m

    Pan African banking group BancABC has secured over $125 million in medium-term loans from development financial institutions (DFIs) for on-lending to its customers, the parent company said yesterday.

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    CABS records net surplus of 31%

    CABS has recorded a net surplus of $24,03 million for the year ended December 31 2014 up from $18,30 million in 2013.

  • African-Development-Bank
    Zim appeals to Germany to support Sakala for AfDB top post

    Zimbabwe has enlisted the support of Germany for its candidate to land the post of African Development Bank (AfDB) president, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said yesterday.

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    Respect rule of law: German envoy

    Zimbabwe should respect the rule of law and create a predictable environment which lures investors, a German diplomat has said.

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    Buyers rip-off tobacco farmers

    A storm is brewing in the tobacco industry amid revelations that a number of buyers were getting the golden leaf at low prices at auction floors and reselling to contractors at higher prices.

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    Astra to delist from ZSE

    ASTRA Industries plans to delist from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange this year as it is not compliant with the bourse’s rules on shareholding.

  • City hope to bounce back against Gamecocks
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    HOW Harare City bounce back from their seasoning opening defeat of the Taurai Mangwiro regime last weekend, the shocking 1-0 home loss to league debutantes Tsholotsho, will give observers an idea about what resolve the highly rated coach has brought to the side.

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    Brazil come from behind to down France

    PARIS — A fine finish from captain Neymar helped secure a come-from-behind 3-1 win for Brazil over France in a friendly in Paris on Thursday as they maintained their perfect record since the return as coach of Dunga.

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    Chapungu stalk Dynamos

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League champions Dynamos got their league campaign up and running with a convincing win over Buffaloes on the opening weekend last week, but they face an early season test with a trip to their bogey side Chapungu this afternoon.

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    Cheetahs lay down marker in Hong Kong

    THE Zimbabwe Sevens rugby team put down a statement of intent in their quest to attain core status on the World Rugby World Sevens World Series next season after posting impressive wins over Guyana and Tonga in Hong Kong yesterday.

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    Buffaloes to play at Vhengere

    THE Premier Soccer League has remained steadfast over its ban on the use of Sakubva Stadium by Buffaloes and have fixtured the army side to play its first home game of the season against Triangle at Vhengere Stadium in Rusape on Saturday.

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    SA Legends coach predicts Zim defeat

    AFRICA Albida Tourism is thrilled to be hosting South African rugby greats as they take on their Zimbabwean counterparts in a clash in Victoria Falls tomorrow.

  • zimbabwe-young-warriors
    Zifa to re-engage clubs on Young Warriors

    Zifa says it will re-engage clubs who have players wanted by Under-23 coach Kalisto Pasuwa ahead of the All-Africa Games qualifier in Yaoundé, Cameroon, during the weekend of April 11 and 12

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    Caps wary of Platinum

    CAPS United coach Mark Harrison says Zimbabwe Caf Confederation Cup representatives FC Platinum are battle-hardened following their participation in Africa.

  • Muffinz courts Famous African artistes
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    The Muffinz have collaborated with South African Poet Lebo Mashile and Zimbabwean celebrated guitarists Joshua Meck and the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi on their second offering.

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    Mhere, Manyonganise duet an instant hit

    GOSPEL prodigy Mathias Mhere’s collaboration with Sharon Manyonganise, famed for her prolific involvement with the Zimpraise Choir has stolen the hearts of many gospel music lovers.

  • BATSIRAI LINDA
    The return of Linda Gabriel

    Making a grand ingress into the local poetry scene at a tender age of 18, not many would have expected her break to stand the test of time in the face of the spoken word art.

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    Major Playaz member in solo comeback

    After taking a near decade long sabbatical, Benson “Chyllur” Chihava of the currently disbanded Major Playaz hip-hop outfit seeks to ascertain a solo comeback through the release of a 15-track album titled Far From Over next month

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    Award-winning rapper Mudiwa to release second album

    All is set for colorful Gospel Hip-hop artist Mudiwa “Hood” Mutandwa’s album launch slated for tomorrow night in Harare.

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    Bang Bang Comedy Game Show to take place at Reps Theatre

    THE hilarious Bang Bang Comedy Game Show moves to Reps Theatre Upstairs for a night of laughter featuring show captains Michael K and Q the Boss who return from their successful regional tour.

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    Swiss Jet Aviation hosts pre-schools air day

    PRE-SCHOOL kids are in for a treat tomorrow (Friday) with a Pre-schools Air Day that will take place at Komani Air Base in Marlborough, Harare.

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    The return of Pax Gomo

    GOSPEL musician Pax Gomo, who seems to have been under pressure from his fans to release an album after a six–year hiatus makes a return with the release of his fifth album titled Hwibaa.

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