• AMHVoices: Letter to my slain daddy

    Daddy, you were not sick or having any form of physical weakness, but in one night they killed you as if they were slaughtering an animal. What crime had you committed?

    The late Morgan Chishamba
  • Sakunda to increase agric funding

    LOCAL fuel dealer, Sakunda Energy, says it is targeting to increase its funding for maize production under the Command Agriculture scheme to cover at least three million hectares next season.

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  • Minister takes Mugabe head on

    WAR Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has taken the bull by the horns and challenged President Robert Mugabe to urgently anoint or groom his successor to end the factional fights within Zanu PF and prevent possible chaos.

    President R.G.Mugabe
  • DeMbare is back . . . rise to 4th position

    FIVE wins in five matches. Could this be Dynamos’ season? While it might be too early to judge, but the Harare giants made a bold statement after recovering from a goal down to see off a battling Bulawayo City in a seven-goal thriller at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

    Dynamos  midfielder Denver Mukamba ( 20) wheels away in delight after scoring the second goal for his team against Bulawayo City at the National Sports Stadium yesterday
  • Anti-corruption stance costs Hlalo MDC-T top post

    FORMER MDC-T Senator Matson Hlalo claims that he was fired from the opposition party because of his tough stance against corruption.

    Matson Hlalo
  • Minister takes Mugabe head on
    President R.G.Mugabe

    WAR Veterans minister Tshinga Dube has taken the bull by the horns and challenged President Robert Mugabe to urgently anoint or groom his successor to end the factional fights within Zanu PF and prevent possible chaos.

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  • They identified themselves as Zanu PF youth sent by President Robert Mugabe (pictured) to protect the area.
    Mugabe’s age a factor in polls: Women

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, who was endorsed by Zanu PF as their presidential candidate, will contest the polls at the ripe age of 94 years, a factor that has become an interesting issue ahead of the campaign.

  • Accident
    School head dies, 3 others injured in accident

    A KWEKWE school head died while three others were injured on Saturday following an accident which occurred in the Makonde area, as they were travelling from a National Secondary School Heads (NASH) conference in Kariba.

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    Mthwakazi Liberation Front reshuffles

    SECCESSIONIST party, Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF), has reshuffled its top leadership to give it a new impetus following the resignation of its founder, Fidelis Ncube in March 2016.

  • Chief Fortune Charumbira
    Chiefs are apolitical, insists Charumbira

    PRESIDENT of the Chiefs’ Council, Chief Fortune Charumbira, has denied opposition parties and civic society groups’ claims that traditional leaders were dabbling in Zanu PF party politics.

  • ZEC
    Zec refuses to release 2013 voter’s roll

    THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has refused to avail a copy of the 2013 voter’s roll after a request for it by a local civic group.

  • Matson Hlalo
    Anti-corruption stance costs Hlalo MDC-T top post

    FORMER MDC-T Senator Matson Hlalo claims that he was fired from the opposition party because of his tough stance against corruption.

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    Former Mbada accountant in court for theft of trust property

    A FORMER accountant at Mbada Diamonds appeared before Harare magistrate Barbara Chimbodza on Friday facing allegations of theft of trust property valued at $2 600.

  • Sakunda to increase agric funding
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    LOCAL fuel dealer, Sakunda Energy, says it is targeting to increase its funding for maize production under the Command Agriculture scheme to cover at least three million hectares next season.

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  • NetOne acting chairperson Peter Chingoka
    NetOne registers marginal revenue growth

    STATE-OWNED telecommunications giant, NetOne last year registered a marginal revenue growth of 1% in 2016, earning $115 million compared to $114 million the previous year.

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    Transparency requirements when procuring PPPs

    Modern procurement practices allow procuring entities to engage the market in an effort to develop specifications when procuring new technologies. The extent of the engagement of the market in conventional procurement involves trade fairS and exhibitions and, to some extent, consultative meetings with prospective suppliers.

  • zimtrade
    Zim companies exhibit at Africa’s big seven

    Eight local companies are exhibiting at this year’s Africa’s Big Seven (AB7), the continent’s largest food and beverages expo which opened yesterday in South Africa.

  • Farmers at the start of the tobacco marketing season at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor in Harare yesterday
    Tobacco prices decline

    Average tobacco prices are this year lower than last year, latest figures from Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) show.

  • Bulawayo City Council
    Town clerk urges defunct factory owners to seek investors

    BULAWAYO town clerk, Christopher Dube, has pleaded with closed factory owners to enter into joint ventures with new investors and reopen their businesses for the good of the city.


  • DeMbare is back . . . rise to 4th position
    Dynamos  midfielder Denver Mukamba ( 20) wheels away in delight after scoring the second goal for his team against Bulawayo City at the National Sports Stadium yesterday

    FIVE wins in five matches. Could this be Dynamos’ season? While it might be too early to judge, but the Harare giants made a bold statement after recovering from a goal down to see off a battling Bulawayo City in a seven-goal thriller at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

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  • Kelvin Kaindu
    Kaindu rues dropped points

    HOW Mine’s two-match winning streak came to an end after they were held by Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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    Another home win for Triangle

    Triangle star Dzingai Chirambamuriwo scored the solitary goal of the afternoon as the Lowveld side notched another important win, with a victory over ZPC Kariba in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Gibbo Stadium yesterday.

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    Hwange finally win

    Hwange finally got it right, registering their first win in eight attempts and their first at home, when they beat Shabanie at the Colliery yesterday.

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    Chimwemwe nets stunner as City beat Rhinos

    HARARE City wingback Takudzwa Chimwemwe thundered a sensational 30-yard shot into the top right corner, certainly a contender for the goal of the season, as the Sunshine City Boys inflicted a first home defeat to high-flying Black Rhinos at Morris Depot yesterday.

  • Leeroy Mavunga
    Yadah FC star off to Benfica

    WARRIORS and Yadah FC hotshot Leeroy Mavunga’s stock continues to rise as it emerged yesterday that the hugely-talented midfielder has been invited for trials by Portuguese Primeira Liga giants Benfica.


  • Designer dreams big!
    Silence Mapiye

    BEHIND the sparkle and bling of jewellery are smiths like Jacob Arabo, popularly known as Jacob the Jeweller, who founded Jacob & Company famed for making jewellery for celebrities like P Diddy.

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  • Probeatz
    Zim contestants off to Hollywood

    ZIMBABWE’S eight representatives at this year’s edition of the global talent show, World Championships for Performing Arts (WCOPA), are expected to fly to the United States today ahead of the competition, which kicks off on June 30.

  • Taku Styles
    Taku Styles steps into brother’s shoes

    Upcoming gospel artiste, Takura Shelton Njikizana, aka Taku Styles, has stepped into the limelight after receiving the baton from his elder brother, percussionist and jazz sensation, James “Sebede” Njikizana.

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    Masanga — prolific music producer

    AFTER 15 years in the music industry, prolific gospel music producer Blessing Masanga remains unknown to many — largely because he is a “behind-the-scenes” man — but his magic shines through works of songs including Rudo by Pah Chihera and Prince Musarurwa, Zodzo by Munyaradzi Munodawafa, Ebenezer and Maranatha by Togarepi Chivaviro and Takesure Zamar’s […]

  • Killer T
    College beauties tussle for crown

    TWENTY college beauties are set to tussle for the crown during the Miss Mutare Polytechnic pageant finals scheduled for July 1 at the posh Golden Peacock Villa Hotel, where dancehall sensation, Killer T, will provide entertainment.

  • Masvingo Worship Choir
    Gospel outfit to record debut album live

    MASVINGO Worship Choir is set to do a live recording of its debut 18-track DVD album at Charles Austin Theatre on July 1, almost a year after it was established.

  • Tariro neGitare on stage.
    Weekend Outing

    Jamaican reggae superstar Anthony B tonight stages his maiden show in Zimbabwe at Glamis Arena in Harare. He will be supported by Winky D, Soul Jah Love and Jah Prayzah while on the turntables will be Gary B and Emcee Templeman. Locally, Antony B has collaborated with Freeman on the song titled Time to Get […]

  • Josh-Hozheri
    Jazz 105 in trouble over $12 000

    City of Harare’s former brewery company, Rufaro Marketing (Pvt) Ltd, has taken a popular local night club, Jazz 105 (Pvt) Ltd, to the High Court seeking cancellation of a lease agreement, ejectment and payment of over $12 700 in rental arrears.

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