• From hyperinflation to deflation, no end to Zimbabwe’s decline

    Alfred Moyo sees two possible ways of moving stock from his hardware store in Mabvuku township on the eastern outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital: selling it at a loss or giving it away.

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  • Video: Mukanya in Joburg

    Watch video of United States-based Chimurenga music legend Thomas Mapfumo arriving in Johannesburg, South Africa for two shows over the weekend

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  • Massive water cuts loom

    THE Harare City Council has been given a blank cheque to effect massive water cuts over unpaid bills after High Court judge Justice Happias Zhou yesterday dismissed an urgent chamber application filed by three residents challenging the disconnection of their water supplies arguing that water was “a Constitutional right”.

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  • Energy regulator hires SA firm for fuel pricing model

    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has hired a South African company, Genesis Analytics, to help them review pricing models within the petroleum sector, amid complaints from consumers of uneven charges compared to other regional countries.

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  • Open-air concerts lined up for Harare

    SOUND Event Management’s Summer of Music series will see three open-air concerts taking place in Harare between September and October as part of South African supergroup Prime Circle’s return to Harare.

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  • From hyperinflation to deflation, no end to Zimbabwe’s decline
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    Alfred Moyo sees two possible ways of moving stock from his hardware store in Mabvuku township on the eastern outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital: selling it at a loss or giving it away.

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    Massive water cuts loom

    THE Harare City Council has been given a blank cheque to effect massive water cuts over unpaid bills after High Court judge Justice Happias Zhou yesterday dismissed an urgent chamber application filed by three residents challenging the disconnection of their water supplies arguing that water was “a Constitutional right”.

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    Magaya bought the vehicle: Zimra official

    THE trial of Harare car dealer Upenyu Mashangwa and his four colleagues, on charges of defrauding Walter Magaya’s Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries in a botched car import deal continued yesterday.

  • The new Child President, Samuel Nyarenda inspects a guard of honour mounted by child police at the Parliament Building Pic Shepherd Tozvireva5
    Age of consent should be 18 years – Child President

    CHILD President Samuel Nyarenda has slammed communities that advocate for child marriages, saying sexual encounters are for “later life”.

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    Zimpapers gives ‘Baba Jukwa’ top job, fires him

    FORMER Sunday Mail editor, Edmund Kudzayi, arrested last year on charges of plotting to commit acts of banditry and insurgence has been rewarded with a plum job as Zimpapers group online editor, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Robbers get away with $30 000

    POLICE have warned business operators and members of the public against keeping large sums of money in their vehicles, homes and offices following two separate robbery incidents which occurred in Harare and Bulawayo last week involving nearly $30 000.

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    New labour law disastrous – CFU

    ZIMBABWE’s amended labour legislation, signed into law by President Robert Mugabe last week, spells doom for the country’s moribund economy, the Commercial Farmers Union (CFU) has warned.

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    Gumbura jail break trial commences today

    THE trial of jailed rapist cleric, Robert Martin Gumbura and eight others, on charges of inciting and masterminding an attempted jailbreak at Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison early this year, starts today before Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo.

  • Energy regulator hires SA firm for fuel pricing model
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    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has hired a South African company, Genesis Analytics, to help them review pricing models within the petroleum sector, amid complaints from consumers of uneven charges compared to other regional countries.

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    Local bourse performance on free fall

    PERFORMANCE of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continues on a downward path since the beginning of the year due to economic challenges in the economy that have affected many listed counters.

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    Cottco MD Chihuri ‘forced out’

    Collins Chihuri has stepped down as managing director of Cottco after opting out of the new dispensation ushered in by turnaround strategy, group executive chairman Douglas Ncube has said.

  • Kariba Dam Hydroelectric Power Station
    More power cuts loom

    POWER generation at Kariba Power Station is expected to be reduced by over 36% to 475 megawatts (MW) due to depleted water resources from the Kariba Dam.

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    Tetrad finds no takers

    THE Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) has been forced to re-flight the tender for investors willing to buy Tetrad Investment Bank as there were no takers for the troubled bank, sources said.

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    Credit bureau registers 2,3 million customers

    The country’s largest credit reference bureau, Financial Clearing Bureau (FCB), says it had 2,3 million customers on its database at the end of the second quarter of the year.

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    Lowering protection of employees not related to economic growth: ILO

    The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has said there is no relationship between lowering the protection for workers and economic growth, a rebuke to the hurried amendments to the Labour law.

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    ‘Create core infrastructure for start-ups’

    An independent study done in July showed that small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) were contributing 40% to the gross domestic product.

  • Manhombo’s star on the rise
    VANDERBIJLPARK, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 09: Mudiva Manhombo of Lions attacks during day 3 of the U18 Coca-Cola Academy Week at Isak Steyl Stadium between Free State and Lions on July 09, 2015 in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. (Photo by Duif du Toit/Gallo Images)

    HIS inclusion in the Zimbabwe Under-19 squad might have come as a surprise to some, but Mudiwa Manhombo certainly lived up to expectations with sterling performances during the Under-19 Africa Cup tournament held at St George’s College last week.

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    Festival of Speed brings drifting on local track

    The novel motorsport genre known as drifting, hits the local tracks for the first time when the inaugural edition of the much-publicised hp lubes-Castrol Festival of Speed, which is headlined by a professional drifting team from South Africa, roars to life at Donnybrook this weekend.

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    Idensohn ruled out of African Games

    FORMER Zimbabwe Youth Olympic swimmer, Chad Idensohn has been ruled out of the upcoming African Games (formerly known as the All-Africa Games) to be held in Congo Brazzaville due to illness.

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    Youth Games LOC still to be paid

    THE local organising committee of the 13th edition of the National Youth Games that ended in Mutare last week are yet to get their allowances from the Sport and Recreation Commission (SRC) NewsDay Sport can reveal.

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    Mafu’s days numbered

    HIGHLANDER’S chief executive officer Ndumiso Gumede yesterday hinted that the fading Bulawayo giants are on the verge of parting ways with head coach, Bongani Mafu.

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    Heath Streak Academy T20 Cricket Fun day

    The competition will feature Under-14 teams led by former Zimbabwe cricket captain, Heath Streak playing against another side led by former Under-19 national Kylie Bowie and Matabeleland Tuskers’ Cunningham Ncube.

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    Arubi signs new three-year contract at University of Pretoria

    PRETORIA — University of Pretoria have confirmed that Zimbabwean goalkeeper Washington Arubi has agreed to a new three-year contract at the club.

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    Chitembwe bounces back at Caps United

    HARARE giants Caps United’s leadership, stung by the club’s indifferent results, responded by reshuffling the technical team yesterday roping in Lloyd Chitembwe, who comes in as head coach.

  • African Dinner Night on cards
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    INTWASA Arts Festival and The Bulawayo Club are set to host a debut event dubbed African Dinner Night on September 24.

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    Local authors pen motivational books

    FIFTEEN local authors have joined forces and penned a motivational book under the oversight of Jonah Nyoni, the founder of Success Life, an incorporated company specialising in motivational speaking, corporate training, entrepreneurship and life coaching.

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    Dan Tshanda heads for Harare

    SOUTH African Afro pop-artiste Dan Tshanda has promised his fans in Harare a massive gig to remember this Saturday in his first performance in the capital in 18 years.

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    Open-air concerts lined up for Harare

    SOUND Event Management’s Summer of Music series will see three open-air concerts taking place in Harare between September and October as part of South African supergroup Prime Circle’s return to Harare.

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    ‘Foot author’ seeks $5 000 for novel editing

    A 28-YEAR-OLD disabled Murehwa man, Shupikai Whisky, who wrote a Shona novel using his left foot, is currently seeking $5 000 to have his work edited and published by a leading local publishing company.

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    All set for Jaravaza live DVD launch

    RISING gospel musician Pianos Jaravaza will this Friday launch his debut live DVD titled Emmanuel — Mwari Anesu. Several gospel musicians, among them Charles Charamba and wife Olivia, Mathias Mhere, Sebastian Magacha and Thembelani, are expected to grace the launch at Eastgate Ster Kinekor Theatre.

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    My love life is insecure: Stunner

    FLAMBOYANT rapper Desmond Chideme, better known by his moniker Stunner, seems to be haunted by his messy break-up with ex-lover and socialite Pokello Nare three years ago.

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    Mhere gets car as Bev attends Super Sunday

    GOSPEL sensation, Mathias Mhere on Sunday received a Nissan Liberty gift from Victory World International Ministries’ leader, Paul Sanyangore at the launch of the latter’s “anointing water” during a Super Sunday service held at Stodart Netball Complex in Mbare, Harare.

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