• 8% drop in show exhibitors

    THE 8% drop in the number of exhibitors and crowd attendance at year’s edition of the Harare Agricultural Show officially opened by Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi yesterday has confirmed the prevailing harsh economic environment.

    A man watch animals on display at the National Parks stand during the on going Harare Agricultural Show on Wednesday.
  • Gospel shows illuminate Byo, Gwanda

    ALL roads tonight lead to Hartsfield sports ground Bulawayo where the South African Afro pop star Dan Tshanda will be performing.

    Dan-TSHANDA
  • Warriors clinch kit deal

    Spanish sportswear manufacturers Joma are the new technical partners of Zifa and will dress all national teams.

    New national team kit
  • Darikwa says no to Warriors

    Burnely defender Tendayi Darikwa has turned down Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa’s call for the highly-rated player to join the Zimbabwe senior national team for their Afcon assignment against Guinea next week.

    Tendai Darikwa
  • UFIC cashes in on Judgment Night 3

    UNITED Family Interdenominational Church (UFIC) led by Emmanuel Makandiwa yesterday recorded brisk business from selling a wide variety of church regalia and paraphernalia ranging from shoes, T-shirts, discs, hats ahead of its much-hyped Judgment Night 3 service that started last night.

    Judgment Night 3 sales
  • Woman dangles croc meat, sexually abuses minor
    ARRESTED

    A 37-YEAR-OLD Kariba woman recently dangled crocodile meat to a hungry 14-year-old boy and lured him into her bedroom where she allegedly sexually abused him.

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  • This resulted in a confrontation between the cops and the youths
    MDC-T supporters defy police ban, go ahead with demonstration

    MAIN opposition party MDC-T supporters in Chiendambuya, Makoni North, yesterday defied a police ban and went ahead with their unsanctioned demonstration against Zanu PF government’s alleged misrule.

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    Govt, partners pledge to prioritise, localise SDGs

    GOVERNMENT and its international development partners have pledged to prioritise and localise the country’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) ahead of the United Nations Summit on the post-2015 development agenda in New York, the United States.

  • Tendai Biti
    Renewal Team gets police clearance for congress

    POLICE have finally cleared Tendai Biti’s MDC Renewal Team inaugural convention to be held at the City Sports Centre in Harare on September 10 and 11.

  • Happison Muchechetere
    Muchechetere trial date set

    THE trial of former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer Happison Muchechetere on charges of swindling the broadcaster of $800 000 during the procurement of an outside broadcasting (OB) van from China is expected to start on November 30.

  • Vendors and members of WOZA demonstrate at the City Hall yesterday
    Vendors slam Grace move

    VENDORS’ unions yesterday reacted angrily to First Lady Grace Mugabe’s disclosures that all second-hand clothes seized from informal traders by municipal and State security agents were being given to her for distribution to Zanu PF members.

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    UFIC cashes in on Judgment Night 3

    UNITED Family Interdenominational Church (UFIC) led by Emmanuel Makandiwa yesterday recorded brisk business from selling a wide variety of church regalia and paraphernalia ranging from shoes, T-shirts, discs, hats ahead of its much-hyped Judgment Night 3 service that started last night.

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    Mining companies withhold TB statistics

    MINE workers and prisoners have the highest risk of contracting tuberculosis (TB), but most local mining companies and prisoners have not disclosed their TB tests to the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) as expected after taking advantage of the country’s poor legal framework, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Afdis records 5% growth in revenue
    afdis

    ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange-listed alcoholic beverage maker, African Distillers Limited (Afdis) has recorded a 5% growth in revenue to $25 million for the year ended June 30 2015 due to increased volumes, value chain cost reduction activities and the depreciating rand.

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  • Mike Bimha
    Ministers to take advantage of London investment forum

    ZIMBABWEAN ministers will use an investment forum in London next month to articulate a framework for joint ventures and allay fears of investors on indigenisation legislation, the organisers have said.

  • zimparks
    ZimParks introduces online booking system

    THE Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) is in the process of introducing an online booking system allowing clients to process bookings via the internet.

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    Turnall profits up on cost-savings

    Turnall Holdings Limited has posted a gross profit of $3 million in the half-year-ended June 30 2015, which is 254% up from the same period last year due to better overhead recovery and procurement savings initiatives.

  • loan
    Building a sustainable SME business

    Being called a successful “business person” or “entrepreneur” is an honour that most of us cherish. It is however not easy to become a business person, let alone, a successful one.

  • Heap of corn grain
    Issue out grain permits only – Millers

    BULAWAYO — Millers have urged the government to issue out only grain permits, not mealie-meal ones, in order to protect local industry from cheap imports. Government, together with the private sector, plans to import about 700 000 metric tonnes of maize to cater for deficits as a result of a poor harvest.

  • FBC BANK
    Effect 20% discount: FBC

    FBC Holdings has requested all its suppliers and service providers to effect a 20% discount on the current contractual obligations and future businesses as it moves to contain costs due to the harsh operating environment.

  • Patrick Chinamasa
    Give us money, Chinamasa pleads with World Bank

    Finance and Economic Development minister Patrick Chinamasa has pleaded for a cash bailout from the World Bank to enable Harare to clear its debts and catch up with the rest of the world.

  • Young Sables ring changes for Namibia clash
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    THE Zimbabwe Under-19 technical department yesterday made five tactical changes from the team that beat Kenya 25-17 on Wednesday for today’s Under-19 Rugby Africa Cup Group 1A Tournament final against Namibia at St Georges College.

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  • New national team kit
    Warriors clinch kit deal

    Spanish sportswear manufacturers Joma are the new technical partners of Zifa and will dress all national teams.

  • Tendai Darikwa
    Darikwa says no to Warriors

    Burnely defender Tendayi Darikwa has turned down Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa’s call for the highly-rated player to join the Zimbabwe senior national team for their Afcon assignment against Guinea next week.

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    Will Mafu sink or swim

    Highlanders coach Bongani Mafu faces a tough task of saving his job when his team takes on table-toppers Chicken Inn in a must win Castle Lager Premier Soccer League derby at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

  • Tsipa given his marching orders
    Tsipa makes patience plea

    CAPS United veteran striker Leonard Tsipa has appealed for patience from the club’s demanding supporters, urging them to continue supporting the team even in trying times in their battle for honours.

  • Charles Manyuchi in Italy on Saturday night
    Zimra’s demands draw fire

    ZIMBABWEANS have reacted with disgust to claims that Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is demanding a staggering $70 000 from superstar boxer Charles Manyuchi before they can release his passport which was confiscated upon his return from a tour of duty in Italy last month.

  • joma
    Zifa to launch new national team kits

    Zifa is set to officially announce its partnership with Joma this afternoon at a function where the new national team kit will be unveiled.

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    Pfumbidzai debuts for Hobro IK

    RONALD Pfumbidzai is set to make his debut for his new Danish club Hobro IK as they make a difficult trip to log leaders Midtjyland on Sunday.

  • Gospel shows illuminate Byo, Gwanda
    Dan-TSHANDA

    ALL roads tonight lead to Hartsfield sports ground Bulawayo where the South African Afro pop star Dan Tshanda will be performing.

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  • the-monkey-nuts-final-countdown
    The Monkey Nuts in European tour

    LOCAL alternative Hip-Hop music outfit, The Monkey Nuts, who released their debut album Boombap Idiophonics earlier this year have left for a European tour which will see them perform in Norway and France.

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    Zimdancehall meets Urban grooves at Summer Fest

    The Zimdancehall, urban grooves debate is about to be put to a litmus test when BodySlam hosts a Summer Festival at the Waterwhirld

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    Davido lands in Harare

    A mini stampede ensued earlier this afternoon as fans of Nigerian Superstar Davido jostled to get a closer glimpse of their star who has just arrived for his gig slated for Belgravia on Saturday.

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    Mr Ugly contest organisers secure funding

    THE Mr Ugly contest that had suffered a stillbirth due to financial constraints is back after organisers secured funding for the popular event, the pageant’s founder, David Machowa has said.

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    ‘Zambezi Magic hungry for local content’

    ZAMBEZI Magic channel boss Addiel Dzinoreva has urged Zimbabwean filmmakers to produce films that tell their own stories and address issues that are uniquely Zimbabwean.

  • Wendal-Parson
    Former BBA winner Wendall back in court

    A LOCAL airline, Nu-Aero trading as Fresh Air Avtour, has approached the Supreme Court challenging the High Court’s order granting former Big Brother Amplified (BBA) winner Wendall Parson the sum of $24 500, which was part of an ambassadorial deal between the latter and the airline.

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    Braxton ‘snubs’ Mzembi, SA ambassador

    AMERICAN R&B sensation Toni Braxton brew a shocker on Wednesday evening, keeping Tourism minister Walter Mzembi and South African ambassador Vusi Mavimbela waiting at the Maestro Restaurant where they had been scheduled to have a business dinner, NewsDay can reveal.

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