• Pictures: Miss World Zim crowned

    Twenty-five-year old Emily Tatanga Kachote, a financial advisor with Old Mutual, was on Saturday evening crowned Miss World Zimbabwe after shrugging off stiff competition from a bevy of 14 contestants at a colourful ceremony held at Mermaids Pool in Shamva.

    Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Eatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.
  • Gorowa loses patience

    JOHANNESBURG — Former Warriors coach Ian Gorowa is threatening to report the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to world soccer governing body Fifa, in a bid to recover money which he claims is owed to him.

    Warriors coach Ian Gorowa speaks to journalists after the team's  training session Friday.
  • ‘Don’t militarise Miss Zimbabwe’

    THE main opposition MDC-T has condemned the involvement of army and Zanu PF officials in the Miss World Zimbabwe pageant, saying the beauty show was an apolitical event.

    The commander of the Defence forces General Constantine Chiwenga ,commander of the national army Lieutenant  Valerio Sibanda  and commander of the Air Force Perence Shiri-001
  • ZANU PF TERROR: ‘2 headmen missing’

    SIX traditional leaders from Hurungwe West constituency in Mashonaland West Province were allegedly assaulted by Zanu PF youths at a campaign rally on Sunday, NewsDay has established.

  • ‘Hifa to offer more than ever before’

    THE Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) — which officially kicks off today — hosted a party on Sunday for its partners and sponsors to thank them for their assistance and support for its 2015 edition at Town House in Harare.

  • Maziwisa accuses fellow party members of soiling his image
    Psychology Maziwisa

    ZANU PF deputy spokesperson Psychology Maziwisa, who emerged victorious in the primary elections to become the party parliamentary candidate for Highfield constituency in the June 10 by-election, has accused fellow party members of trying to soil his name.

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    20 more workers laid off at Pioneer Coaches

    A DEEP sense of anxiety gripped workers at Pioneer Coaches yesterday as the public transport operator laid off 20 more workers hardly a week after 80 others had their contracts arbitrarily terminated.

  • Unilever marketing manager Juliet Ziswa
    Unilever launches Vaseline Winter Warmer Promotion

    Unilever Zimbabwe yesterday unveiled their fourth annual Vaseline Winter Warmer Promotion which will run until August 31 in all the 10 provinces.

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    600 nurses down tools

    OVER 600 nurses at Chitungwiza Central Hospital downed their tools yesterday in protest over unpaid allowances, grading anomalies and poor work conditions.

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    Zanu PF, MDC-T councillors cross swords

    A FIERCE fight has erupted among Zanu PF and MDC-T councillors at six local authorities over who should attend a two-week technical cooperation programme in Germany early next month.

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    Gumbura, 8 others seek Concourt referral

    JAILED rapist cleric Robert Martin Gumbura and eight other Chikurubi Maximum Security Prison inmates suspected of organising the fatal food riots that occurred at the correctional centre last month, yesterday notified a Harare magistrate of their intention to make an application to have their matter referred to the Constitutional Court.

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    Security guards threaten demo

    MEMBERS of the Zimbabwe Security Guards’ Union (ZISEGU) have threatened to demonstrate against their employers’ mother body, Security Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ), which they accused of negotiating in bad faith.

  • Zimbabwe's President Mugabe attends the swearing-in ceremony  of his Mozambican counterpart Guebuza for a second term in office in the capital Maputo
    UZ denies plans to hike fees

    UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe (UZ) Vice-Chancellor Levy Nyagura yesterday described as “blatant lies” reports that the institution was planning to increase tuition fees by 100% starting from next semester.

  • ZimTrade to run export seminar at ZITF

    ZIMTRADE, the country’s export promotion body, says it will take advantage of the ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) to host an export awareness seminar aimed at coaching companies on how to access market intelligence through its modernised Trade Information Centre.

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    Atlas Mara offers to buy out remaining minority shareholders

    ATLAS Mara, an Africa focused financial services company, has offered to buy out minority shareholders who hold a 1,3% stake in the company.

  • Standard Chartered Bank Beitbridge is one of the five branches closed by the financial institution recently.
    Sadc tackles economic, social transformation

    SADC member states will soon embark on a long-term project of economic and social transformation, the bloc’s executive secretary Stergomena Lawrence Tax said yesterday when she officially opened the Sadc ministers’ extraordinary summit in Harare.

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    Monitoring function of public procurement office

    One role of public procurement office often compromised due to its many interpretations is the monitoring function. Monitoring is often associated with control and thus making monitoring indistinguishable from any other form of control

    EU to launch €7 million programme

    THE European Union (EU) is set to launch a ₤7 million programme by 2016 that will focus on the private sector, a top official has revealed.

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    Preparations for Sanganai/ Hlanganani expo at advanced stage

    PREPARATIONS for this year’s Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo have reached an advanced stage with about 80 international buyers already booked for the expo slated for June 18 to 20

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    Diamond Centre unveils state-of -the-art machinery

    ZIMBABWE Diamond Centre will today officially unveil its new machinery sourced from India to facilitate the cutting and polishing of the precious stone.

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    Jet Stores introduce credit accounts

    Edgars Stores Limited retail brand, Jet Stores, has introduced credit accounts that will be payable within six months with zero deposit.

  • Vainona off to flyer
    Some of the rugby  action between Herentals college(in blue) and Sobukazi high school at Prine Edward school yesterday

    VAINONA High School reaffirmed their growing status as one of the powerhouses of local girls’ schools rugby with a clinical 32-0 victory over Mbare-based George Stark on the opening day of the Dairibord Schools Rugby Festival at Prince Edward School, Harare, yesterday.

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    Billiat ripe for Europe: Dutch coach

    DUTCH junior football expert and former Ajax Cape Town coach Jan Pruijn believes Warriors and Mamelodi Sundowns player Khama Billiat is now ripe for a move to Europe. (more…)

  • Warriors coach Ian Gorowa speaks to journalists after the team's  training session Friday.
    Gorowa loses patience

    JOHANNESBURG — Former Warriors coach Ian Gorowa is threatening to report the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to world soccer governing body Fifa, in a bid to recover money which he claims is owed to him.

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    Kwinji 15 to replace Mugadza?

    ROSEMARY Mugadza has reportedly been axed as the Mighty Warriors coach with highly rated Young Mighty Warriors coach Sithethelelwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda set to be promoted to the senior post.

  • Girls schools teams have been taking part at the annual schools rugby festival since 2012
    Spotlight on girls’ rugby as festival begins

    THE increase in the number of girls’ rugby teams is expected to spice up the opening day of the Dairibord Schools Rugby Festival at Prince Edward and Allan Wilson today with schools from previously overlooked areas expected to showcase their talent.

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    FC Platinum boss backs Mapeza

    FC PLATINUM president George Mawere has solidly put his faith behind embattled coach Norman Mapeza, putting to rest rumours that the former Warriors mentor might be on his way out of the club after a fourth successive loss in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

    Bosso move to fourth place

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu was left a relieved man yesterday as the Bulawayo football giants picked three points and with that, a move into fourth place on the Castle Lager Premiership table after a hard-fought narrow win over Dongo Dongo Sawmill at Vengere Stadium in Rusape.

  • The one that went in ....Caps United defender scores the equaliser after ZPC Kariba goalkeeper had failed to clear away the ball from a corner kick
    Harrison disappointed

    CAPS United and ZPC Kariba bounced back from defeats from their last league games with a share of spoils at the National Sports Stadium yesterday in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match the home side dominated and perhaps deserved a little bit more than what they got.

  • Sculptor redefines Mbare township

    MBARE is one of Harare’s oldest townships and for decades it has been stereotyped for all the wrong vices ranging from robbery, petty thieving, prostitution and all sorts of misdemeanours.

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    Uzuri Creations goes south

    Joy Magatti Rusike, the woman behind one of Zimbabwe’s top African fashion houses, Uzuri Creations, is in Johannesburg, South Africa on a tour to market her wide-range tailor-made African fabric outfits. (more…)

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    Artistes intensify fight against xenophobia

    AFRICAN artistes have stepped up the fight against xenophobia with South African hip-hop artiste Cassper Nyovest who is due to perform at Hartsfield Stadium in Bulawayo at the weekend leading the way.

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    Victor D still believes in urban grooves

    AS the chapter closes on the once loved “urban grooves”, prominent urban groover Victor “D” Dhliwayo of the Kushamura Newe fame believes the local style has a place in the market and has a new album titled Overdose to support the claim.

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    Goodchild, EX-Q team up in new collaboration

    TWO of the country’s celebrated urban groovers, Alexio Gwenzi, also known as Goodchild, and Enock Munhenga, better known as Ex-Q, recently collaborated in a new track titled Your Mind.

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    Tuku speaks out against xenophobia

    MUSIC superstar and legend Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi has called on African leaders to speak out against the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa. (more…)

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    The case and curse of Mr Ugly pageant!

    On the night of May 27, 2012, William Masvinu, a porter at Harare’s popular Mbare Musika, participated in the second edition of Mr Ugly Harare pageant that was held at City Sports Bar in Harare.

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    Sasa mourns mum on new album

    MULTI-DIMENSIONAL musician, actor and corporate trainer Tendai Chidarikire aka Action Sasa has recorded a new 10 track album titled Hona maUSA – which is currently at the premix stage.

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