• IDBZ appeals for debt removal

    The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) says the removal of the legacy debt on its balance sheet will give the institution the ability to access lines of credit from regional and international capital markets.

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  • Harare police fail to move vendors

    HARARE municipal police yesterday attempted to remove vendors from the streets, but failed after meeting stiff resistance from the informal traders.

    The situation at Fourt street bus terminus with vendors and commuter omnibuses
  • Mahachi lied to us: Mayor

    HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni yesterday accused suspended town clerk Tendai Mahachi of doctoring his date of birth to escape mandatory retirement.

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  • Textilers want Chinese products banned

    The Zimbabwe Textile Manufacturers, Association (ZITMA) wants a complete ban on polyester knitted fabric and finished blankets entering the country to protect the textile industry from collapse.

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  • Zhakata’s name used to sell pirated album

    MUSIC pirates have hit hard on musician Bagdad Mwanyali by releasing an album with his various songs plucked from his previous three albums purporting to be Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata’s new release.

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  • NGO to bridge information gap in rural areas
    Mourners gather at the Chinyama family  rural home in Mutoko.

    A LOCAL non-governmental organisation Growthedge Development Programme (GDP) has lined up programmes to provide relevant information to rural communities aimed at eradicating poverty.

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  • Itai Dzamara
    Tsvangirai, Mujuru to attend Dzamara prayer

    THE family of missing activist Itai Dzamara and the Zimbabwe Divine Destiny (ZDD) will on Saturday (July 11) hold a prayer meeting to put pressure on the police to find him.

  • The situation at Fourt street bus terminus with vendors and commuter omnibuses
    Harare police fail to move vendors

    HARARE municipal police yesterday attempted to remove vendors from the streets, but failed after meeting stiff resistance from the informal traders.

  • HARARE-MAYOR-MANYENYENI
    Mahachi lied to us: Mayor

    HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni yesterday accused suspended town clerk Tendai Mahachi of doctoring his date of birth to escape mandatory retirement.

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    UZ students win Enactus championship

    A GROUP of students from the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) under the Boost Fellowship will join other teams from 35 countries to showcase their outreach efforts and compete for the prestigious title of Enactus Global Champion in Johannesburg, South Africa, in October this year.

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    A tale of two prostate cancer survivors

    “If I am to see death coming my way, I will fight it head-on. Who wants to die, leaving the pleasures of this world?” John Julius Hungwe (68), a survivor of prostate cancer, quips.

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    HIV, STIs surge at Hopley

    The poverty-ridden informal settlement of Hopley is fast becoming a hot spot with reports that one in every eight women is HIV positive and that there has been a sharp increase in sexually transmitted infections

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    Drug dealers nabbed at Mbare Musika with 76kg of dagga

    Two daring drug dealers were on Monday arrested at Mbare Musika bus terminus after approaching police officers claiming ownership of bags that contained 76,52kg of dagga.

  • SA name squad for Young Warriors tie
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    SOUTH Africa has named a squad comprising only of home-based players as they kick-started preparations yesterday for the Under-23 Championships final qualifier, first leg against the Young Warriors on July 19 in Harare.

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  • mandi chimene
    Hunger stalks Youth Games

    THE Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene is appealing to the province’s seven districts to avail foodstuffs to feed participants that will compete at the 13th edition of the Zimbabwe National Youth games to be hosted by her province next month.

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    Top field expected for Tanganda Tea race

    THE stage is set for the $16 000 Tanganda 21km half-marathon race with an array of Zimbabwe’s top athletes set to compete in the prestigious event this Saturday in Mutare.

  • Tawanda-Muparati
    Injuries wreak havoc on Muparati

    TAWANDA Muparati could be on his way out at How Mine without kicking a ball after he joined the gold miners from Dynamos at the beginning of the season.

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    Mapeza happy with first half

    FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza is happy with his side’s performance in the first half of the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League, though a lot was expected from his team during this campaign.

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    Four provinces confirm hockey inter-pros at Khumalo

    MATABELELAND, Harare, Midlands and Masvingo have so far confirmed taking part in the 2015 Senior Hockey inter-provincial tournament at Khumalo Hockey Stadium on July 18-19.

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    Whatmore ready

    ZIMBABWE national cricket team coach Dav Whatmore is looking forward to his first home series when his charges take on an under-strength India side in two T20 Internationals and three one-day internationals (ODI) starting on Friday.

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    Pfumbidzai leaves Caps United with heavy heart

    CAPS United full-back Ronald Pfumbidzai is set to leave for Denmark at the weekend, but says he is leaving the Green Machine with a heavy heart.

  • Remembering fighter-poet Freedom Nyamubaya
    Freedom Nyamubaya

    FREEDOM Tichaona Nyamubaya, who died in Chinhoyi on Sunday aged 55, was one of Zimbabwe’s few celebrated guerilla fighter-poets. Born in Uzumba in 1960, she cut short her secondary education at the age of 15 to join the liberation movement in Mozambique in 1975.

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  • Bagdad Mwanyali
    Zhakata’s name used to sell pirated album

    MUSIC pirates have hit hard on musician Bagdad Mwanyali by releasing an album with his various songs plucked from his previous three albums purporting to be Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata’s new release.

  • Luckson Chikutu
    Annual Zimfeb festival in doubt

    THE Zimbabwe Music Festival Bira (Zimfeb) scheduled for August is now in doubt amid reports that the organisers were facing financial challenges.

  • Nicholas Zakaria
    I am innocent: Zakaria

    SUNGURA giant Nicholas Zakaria yesterday said his hands were clean following his failure to perform at Esigodini Jabula Inn night spot last weekend and accused the show organiser of poor planning.

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    Mark Sounds dances away with $1 000

    MUTARE-based music group Mark Sounds shrugged off tough challenge to clinch this year’s Manicaland Chibuku Road to Fame provincial finals held in the eastern border city on Saturday.

  • Clive Chigubhu
    Chigubhu: Living off jokes, laughter

    THE turn of the millennium brought with it vast kinds of art, among them the once cherished street theatre which was coated with a streak of hysterical scenes which would keep many glued at one point of the street in the central business district.

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    Poet, freedom fighter Nyamubaya dies

    PROMINENT poet, published author and former freedom fighter Freedom Nyamubaya has died. She was 57.

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    Nicholas Zakaria in no-show

    SUNGURA giant Nicholas Zakaria failed to pitch up at Esigodini Jabula Inn night spot at the weekend in yet unclear circumstances, forcing the organisers to postpone the show to next weekend.

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