• Just in: Zim cricket team assured of safety

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team has decided to continue with its tour of Pakistan after further security assurances by the police.

    Photo courtesy of crickett20cup.blogspot.com
  • Breaking: Zimbabwe cricket officials to meet Pakistan over blast

    Zimbabwe cricket officials and national team players here will this afternoon meet Pakistan officials over the blast that occured last night near Gadaffi Stadium where the team was playing its second ODI against the hosts.

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  • D-Day for Zifa

    ZIFA were last night making frantic efforts to save their 2018 World Cup dream with a $81 000 debt hanging over their heads as minutes ticked towards the deadline set by world football governing body to service it or be excluded.

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  • Unsinkable Blatter!

    The corruption crisis engulfing Fifa failed to topple Sepp Blatter last night as he was elected president for a fifth term.

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  • Moments of laughter at Alliance Française

    Magamba Network’s Bang Bang Comedy Club Show at Alliance Francaise on Thursday brought huge dosages of laughter as the audience was kept on tenterhooks by the hilarious performers.

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  • Harare resolves to engage vendors
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    HARARE City councillors have resolved to engage vendors and other informal traders in the city to encourage them to pay levies to the municipality instead of paying “land barons” who are racking thousands of dollars by illegally charging unlicensed traders.

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    Baba Jukwa case collapses

    SUSPENDEND Sunday Mail Editor Edmund Kudzayi yesterday became a free man after the State withdrew all charges against him as prosecutors failed to prove he was the infamous Baba Jukwa.

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    Chombo blocks Harare budget

    LOCAL Government minister Ignatius Chombo has refused to approve Harare’s $272 million budget for 2015 citing “obscene” salaries still being paid to top managers at Town House.

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    Electrocuted man claims $505 000 compensation from Zesa

    A FORMER security guard who was left paralysed from an electric shock in 2006 has taken the Zimbabwe Electricity and Transmission Distribution Company (ZETDC) to court demanding $505 000 in compensation.

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    Zanu PF extortion scandal exposed

    Zanu PF top officials in Harare have been accused of using First Lady Grace Mugabe’s name to extort money from at least 10 housing co-operatives from the high-density suburb of Glen Norah.

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    NCDs now need partnerships, faith-based community participations: Health experts

    The growing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) now requires strong partnerships and more participation by faith-based communities, health stakeholders have said.

  • Didymus Mutasa
    Mutasa lashes out at Zanu PF for ignoring melting economy

    EXPELLED former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa, who is now fronting the People First project, has lashed out at the carefree attitude exhibited by the ruling party in the face of a melting economy that has left the majority of citizens struggling.

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    ‘Zim sliding back to 2008 chaos’

    THE country is slowly sliding back to the political and economic turmoil experienced just before the inclusive government due to high political intolerance by the ruling Zanu PF party and militarisation of different sectors, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has said.

  • Leadership change is inevitable
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    “No organisation today — large or small, local or global — is immune to change. To cope with new technological, competitive, and demographic forces, leaders in every sector have sought to alter fundamentally the way their organisations do business. These change efforts have been paraded under many banners — total quality management, reengineering, restructuring, mergers […]

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    Updated: End of the road for Zimbabwe’s candidate in AfDB race

    Sadc candidate, Thomas Sakala failed to land the African Development Bank (AfDB) presidency following his elimination in the fifth round of a grueling poll to elect the bank’s eighth president.

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    SAZ awaits $3,5 million govt grant

    The Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) is expecting to receive $3,5 million from government to support its activities this year.

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    ZEP Re premium income rises by 25%

    ZEP Re (PTA Reinsurance Company) has reported growth of 25,2% in premium income for the period ending December 2014 to $125,44 million from $100,81 million in 2013 due to prudent risk management, improved underwriting results in the property class of business and increased investment income.

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    Avoid bogus Internet, card fraud scams

    Changes in technology have made our lives much easier, especially with respect to financial technologies. However, card-based and Internet-based fraud is a continuing danger that can catch anyone unawares.

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    Gulliver demands $463k from former directors

    Gulliver Consolidated Private Limited had its first liquidation meeting on Wednesday and is planning to demand $463 000 from former directors who allegedly defrauded the steel manufacturing company.

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    Dawn Properties posts year-ending loss

    DAWN Properties Limited has recorded a decline in after-tax profit to $149 152 for the year ended March 31 2015 from $2,2 million in 2014 due to losses from fair value adjustment on investment property.

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    Dairibord revenue up 6%

    Dairibord Zimbabwe Holdings has recorded revenue growth of 6% for the four months ending April 30 2015 due to changes in product mix, reduced steri production cost, increased contribution from the heifer scheme, cost containment measures and the performance of a Malawi venture.

  • Just in: Zim cricket team assured of safety
    Photo courtesy of crickett20cup.blogspot.com

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team has decided to continue with its tour of Pakistan after further security assurances by the police.

    Read more
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    Breaking: Zimbabwe cricket officials to meet Pakistan over blast

    Zimbabwe cricket officials and national team players here will this afternoon meet Pakistan officials over the blast that occured last night near Gadaffi Stadium where the team was playing its second ODI against the hosts.

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    City bring down Chapungu

    HARARE City sent high-flying Chapungu crashing at Rufaro Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that saw coach Taurai Mangwiro walking out while the hosts ended the contest with 10-men

  • Copa Coca Cola launch in Masvingo
    Copa Coca-Cola launched

    THE 27th edition of the Copa Coca-Cola football tournament spotlighting some of the brightest upcoming youth talent was launched at Chidyamakono High School in Chivi, Masvingo, yesterday.

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    Sables to hold open trials

    ZIMBABWE rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge says he will announce his provisional squad ahead of the national XVs side’s first test match of the year after the conclusion of the trials to be held at ZB Sports Club this afternoon.

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    Young Warriors’ Swaziland trip hanging

    THE Young Warriors trip to Swaziland for the Under-23 Championship qualifier second leg hung in the balance last night as there were no funds for air-tickets in the absence of Zifa president Cuthbert Dube who was attending the Fifa congress in Switzerland.

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    Bosso seek consistency against FC Platinum

    HIGHLANDERS head coach Bongani Mafu is hopeful that a victory against FC Platinum at Mandava Stadium this afternoon will signal a much needed turnaround for his team that has experienced a frustrating first quarter of the Castle Lager Premiership (PSL) season.

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    Mighty Warriors seek revenge, passage

    THE Mighty Warriors would be looking for revenge and a place in the 2016 Rio Olympics second round when they host Zambia in the first round second leg match at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow.

  • Writer-cum-poet releases debut album
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    SOUTH African-based protest poet and author, Bongani Ncube (38), has finally sealed his 13-track debut album titled War of Peace.

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    Local artist at AfriGospel Unite Festival launch

    LOCAL gospel artiste Tatenda Mahachi made the list of performers who headlined the official launch of the annual AfriGospel Unite Festival in Durban South, Africa on Thursday night.

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    So Profound in live recording

    SPOKEN Word artiste Arnold Chirimika — popularly known as So Profound — will today record his latest offering titled Pages From My Heart before a live audience with a live band, but the album will be released in October ahead of his regional tour.

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    ‘Upcoming musicians must take up Chimurenga music’

    TOP performing poet Chirikure Chirikure has described Chimurenga music as the backbone of local music as it carries a distinct Zimbabwean identity and urged young upcoming musicians to help revive it.

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    Daiton Somanje to be remembered

    MARONDERA will tonightreverberate with music as established and upcoming artistes perform at the memorial service of the late Pengaudzoke frontman Daiton Somanje at his Rusike home.

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    Zimbabwe College of Music empowers female artistes

    ZIMBABWE College of Music executive director Rachel Jera-Chigwanda has challenged female musicians to scale greater heights and go beyond playing second fiddle merely as dancers and backing vocalists in male-led bands.

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    Hip-hop artistes pen African Unity track

    LOCAL hip-hop artistes Kudzai “Promics” Goredema and Sharon “Shez” Vinyu have released a track to honour the establishment of African Union (AU) titled Pembera Africa.

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    Zim band to represent Africa

    A six-member Chitungwiza band, Jesa, will represent Africa at this year’s edition of the Imagine International Festival to be held on June 26 in Brussels, Belgium.

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