• OK records revenues decline

    ONE of the country’s biggest retailers OK Zimbabwe Limited has recorded a decline of 4,3% in revenue to $462,7 million for the year ended March 31 2015 due to persisting deflationary pressures in the country.

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  • Wasteful Warriors!

    Zimbabwe was made to pay dearly for its shoddy preparations for their Caf Under-23 Championships qualifiers after being held to a goalless draw by Swaziland in a second round, first leg encounter at Rufaro Stadium in Harare yesterday.

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  • I owe Kaukonde $30m: Mugabe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe last Thursday reportedly told his party’s politburo meeting that he borrowed $30 million from Marondera Central MP and ousted ex-Zanu PF Mashonaland East Provincial chairman Ray Kaukonde to fund his family business in 2008, NewsDay can reveal.

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  • ‘Tired’ Mugabe apologises

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday once again revealed that Zanu PF infighting and his punishing schedule were taking a toll on him as he arrived late for a government function in Harare.

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  • Can Zim football rise?

    AFTER the humiliation of the Warriors in the Cosafa Cup on Thursday, focus immediately shifts to both the Mighty Warriors and the Young Warriors as they begin the first steps towards qualification for the 2016 Rio Olympics tomorrow when they face Zambia and Swaziland respectively.

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  • Informal sector resists govt’s planned Aids levy collections
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    THE Zimbabwe Informal Sector Organisation (Ziso) has threatened to resist government plans to collect Aids levy from players in the informal sector saying the move would condemn most of them to abject poverty.

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    ‘Zim suffering from leadership crisis’

    FORMER Finance minister Tendai Biti and ex-MDC-T secretary-general Tendai Biti (TB) has attacked MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai for allegedly stifling democracy and failing to lead the opposition movement on its mission to dislodge President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF government.

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    I don’t trust my subordinates: Chimene

    MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene has denied reports that she was the province’s new “Iron Lady”, but admitted that she does not trust most of her subordinates.

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    Lawyers blast proposed General Laws Amendment Bill

    THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) have blasted the proposed omnibus General Laws Amendment Bill which will soon be crafted in Parliament, saying it will only bring in minor changes to the 126 statutes that were set to be aligned with the new Constitution.

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    Councillors accuse Zanu PF colleague of corruption

    Six Zanu PF councillors in Karoi have ganged up against fellow party member Richard Ziki, who is also council chairperson, accusing him of corruption, mismanagement and derailing most projects initiated by the local authority.

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    Ex-MP, son fined over unlicensed gun

    Former Makoni West MP Webber Chinyadza (MDC-T) and his son Tapiwa were last Friday fined a combined $950 by a Harare magistrate after being convicted of possessing an unlicensed firearm for almost seven years.

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    Zanu PF MP trashes land reform programme

    Mutasa South MP Irene Zindi (Zanu PF) last Tuesday tore into the party’s land reform programme describing it as a huge failure as it had failed to economically empower most Zimbabweans.

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    Govt contracts French firm to inspect quality of imports

    INDUSTRY and Commerce deputy minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa has disclosed that government has contracted a French company, Bureau Veritas, to help inspect the quality of imports at the country’s ports of entry to guard against importation of harmful products.

  • Football will not rot: Langa
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    SPORT, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa has said he will not allow football to rot in the country through unnecessary divisions that are haunting the country’s mother football body Zifa.

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    Dynamos date Tsholotsho

    THE very first time Tsholotsho were at Rufaro Stadium, they caused quite a stir as they shocked Harare City in the opening match of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League life.

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    Zimbabwe lose to Pakistan again

    HOSTS Pakistan inflicted agony on Zimbabwe when they held their nerves to claim a two-wicket victory in a thrillingly contested second and final cricket T20 match which went all the way to the last three balls at Gaddafi Stadium here last night.

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    Can Zim football rise?

    AFTER the humiliation of the Warriors in the Cosafa Cup on Thursday, focus immediately shifts to both the Mighty Warriors and the Young Warriors as they begin the first steps towards qualification for the 2016 Rio Olympics tomorrow when they face Zambia and Swaziland respectively.

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    Depleted Highlanders face Whawha

    HIGHLANDERS will be without eight of their key players when they face Whawha in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

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    Chapungu out to maintain momentum

    CHAPUNGU will be hoping to maintain their imperious form when they host Flame Lily in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot this afternoon.

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    ZPC Kariba welcome Platinum to Nyamhunga

    FC PLATINUM become the first Castle Lager Premiership football side to play an official league match at the new home of ZPC Kariba, Nyamhunga Stadium, when they make the cross-country trip to the resort town this afternoon in Match Day 11.

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    Kersten seeks successful title defence

    ONE of the country’s leading junior golfers, Justin Kersten, is expecting a tough challenge as he seeks to launch a successful title defence at the Matabeleland Amateur Championship which gets underway at Harry Allen Golf Club in Bulawayo today.

  • Siyaya celebrates 25 year in style
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    SIYAYA Arts last week celebrated its 25th anniversary in style in a red carpet event held at Bulawayo theatre.

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    Mabhena named SA ambassador

    SINGER and songwriter Prudence Mabhena, who starred in an Oscar-winning documentary about her life as a person who triumphed over her disability, has been appointed ambassador for South Africa’s Casual Day project.

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    Tragedy strikes Trevor Noah’s family

    THE family of comedian Trevor Noah was in mourning yesterday after the murder of his 24-year-old cousin.

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    Christ Alive Gospel Ministries Trust reaches to the needy

    Victor and Anna grew up facing extreme segregation from society due to their age. Their lives have been a misery and they did not know what to do as their future seemed bleak.

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    Jafikoni in solo exhibition

    YOUNG visual artiste Jessica Jafikoni is set to host a solo exhibition between June 1 and 3, 2015, under the theme My Studio, My Journey at the National Handcraft Centre in Harare.

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    ‘Dineo Mashaba’ returns to Zim

    FAMOUS for her role as Dineo Mashaba in one of South Africa’s leading soapies, Generations, Katlego Danke is set to reunite with her Zimbabwean fans when she jets into the country on Monday.

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    All set for Jah Prayzah album launch

    THE Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) will tonight reverberate to the sounds of contemporary musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band as they launch their much-awaited sixth album Jerusarema.

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    Mabvuku duo resurfaces on Zimdancehall tip

    BREAKING into the music scene in 2010 as backing vocalists for Peace Ndlovu, popularly known as Ba Shupi, the duo of Kudzanai “Swurv” Mapfumo and Tatenda Kwaramba has resurfaced with a six-track Zimdancehall compilation album titled MaBoss set for official launch on May 28.

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