• PHD is not a church: Magaya

    Gaborone — Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya says his movement is not a church, but a ministry focusing on “delivering people through miracles”.

    Prophet Walter Magaya holds a sample of the new annointing oil as he introduces into to thousands of his congregation during their big Sunday service yesterday - Copy
  • Woman strangles baby to save affair

    A GOKWE woman allegedly strangled her one-and-half-year old baby girl to death in a bid to save her relationship with a new lover.

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  • Chombo dragged to court over 300 stands

    TEN housing co-operatives have dragged Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo to court following his decision to rescind a 2013 council resolution allocating them more than 300 stands in Glen Norah.

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  • Tryson Chimbetu in Studio

    RESURGENT Dendera crooner Tryson Chimbetu yesterday said his fans should look forward to mature music that will take them down memory lane in his forthcoming album set to be released soon.

    Tryson Chimbetu
  • Off we go!

    AFTER another blip in the Warriors travelling arrangements and camp, the senior men’s national football team was set to fly to the Comoros early this morning to finish off the islanders in the 2016 Orange African Nations Championships (Chan) first round, second leg qualifier at the Stade de Beaumer in the capital Moroni this afternoon.

    Warriors team members prepare to depart for Malawi.
  • Woman strangles baby to save affair
    GAVEL

    A GOKWE woman allegedly strangled her one-and-half-year old baby girl to death in a bid to save her relationship with a new lover.

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    NGO breathes fire over Green Fuels’ abuse of staff

    PLATFORM for Youth Development (PYD) Trust has accused Green Fuels’ of victimising several workers who embarked on industrial action at the Chisumbanje ethanol plant to protest against non-payment of salaries.

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    Mayor blasts Zanu PF ‘space barons’

    Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni has taken a swipe at Zanu PF “space barons” for hijacking the current registration of vendors and conducting the exercise in a partisan manner.

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    Chombo dragged to court over 300 stands

    TEN housing co-operatives have dragged Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo to court following his decision to rescind a 2013 council resolution allocating them more than 300 stands in Glen Norah.

  • GAVEL
    MP denies invading property

    Gokwe-Kana Member of Parliament Owen Ncube has dismissed claims that he was behind the illegal invasion and eviction of two families at a house owned by former Zanu PF councillor for Kwekwe Andrew Wadi.

  • GAVEL
    Kariba’s bid to gag poor service delivery discussion backfires

    KARIBA resident magistrate Felix Chauromwe on Tuesday dismissed an application by the Kariba municipality to bar residents from meeting to discuss poor service delivery.

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    Mujuru strategist survives purge

    The much talked about purge in the ruling Zanu PF party is really quite interesting. To date over 141 former Vice-President Joice Mujuru-aligned members have been suspended and/or dismissed throughout the country.

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    Mining Media Awards set for August

    PREPARATIONS for the second edition of the prestigious Mining Media Awards (MMA) set to be held on August 28 this year are at an advanced stage with organisers calling on journalists to enter the competition.

  • ‘Terror risk for tourists low in Zimbabwe’
    Walter Mzembi etched

    Zimbabwe is one of the top 10 unusual holiday destinations where the terror risk is low, a leading UK paper has said.

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  • telone
    TelOne, Nust sign MoU for academic exchange

    TelOne and the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the purpose of academic exchange and co-operation through the establishment of a degree programme in telecommunications engineering.

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    Breaking down barriers to SME formalisation

    Research done across the world, including Zimbabwe, shows that small and informal businesses struggle along their growth trajectory as they transform from micro enterprises, becoming SME businesses and eventually growing into large formal businesses

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    Telecel pays part licence fees

    TELECEL Zimbabwe has announced it has paid the instalments for its licence, in line with their agreement with the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe

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    Act to enforce auditors accountability

    THE Public Accountants and Auditors Board (PAAB) says amendments to the Public Accountants and Auditors Act will see auditors being held accountable instead of auditing firms in a bid to enforce accountability.

  • ZB
    $20m boost for ZB Bank

    ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) has secured $20 million to boost the capital base of its flagship unit, ZB Bank Limited, the group said yesterday.

  • Dr Eve Gadzikwa - Pictures by Kudakwashe Hunda
    Management shake-up looms at ZSE

    A management shake-up ,looms at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange which is set to hold an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to elect new board members following the dissolution of the interim board on Monday.

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    Livestock industry wants VAT on stockfeed scrapped

    The livestock industry wants government to scrap value-added tax (VAT) on wheat and maize brans which are key raw materials in feed manufacture.

  • Boost for Sables ahead of Tunisia clash
    SABLES

    THE Zimbabwe team received a welcome boost ahead of their Africa Cup match against Tunisia at Prince Edward School this afternoon after being presented with a kit sponsorship deal worth $10 000 by CBZ Holdings Ltd yesterday.

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    It’s not about Kaindu – Mafu

    COMING from an unfortunate defeat to Dynamos, which saw a seemingly legitimate Edmore Muzanenhamo goal being disallowed last Sunday, Highlanders brace for another tough encounter when they host high-flying Triangle in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

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    Alimenda suspended, fined

    DYNAMOS midfielder Stephen Alimenda has been banned for three matches and fined $2 000 after being found guilty of assaulting and insulting Tsholotsho Football Club medic Sibusisiwe Mthunzi during a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match at Rufaro Stadium on May 25.

  • Warriors team members prepare to depart for Malawi.
    Off we go!

    AFTER another blip in the Warriors travelling arrangements and camp, the senior men’s national football team was set to fly to the Comoros early this morning to finish off the islanders in the 2016 Orange African Nations Championships (Chan) first round, second leg qualifier at the Stade de Beaumer in the capital Moroni this afternoon.

  • LOCKS
    Heartbreak for Lock brothers

    Zimbabwe’s doubles pair of brothers Benjamin and Courtney Lock were denied what could have been an emotional maiden triumph after a heartbreaking tie break loss in the doubles final of the Old Mutual Zimbabwe F3 Futures tournament at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

  • CALLISTO-PASUWA
    Pasuwa quits Warriors

    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa reportedly quit the national football team last night over Zifa’s failure to honour its promise to pay him his dues which date back to September last year.

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    SRC summons ZC over Pakistan tour

    ZIMBABWE Cricket will appear before the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) on July 16 to explain the senior national team’s trip to Pakistan which was not sanctioned by the supreme sports body.

  • Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday
    Mverechena delighted

    CAPS United goalkeeper Chris Mverechena is delighted to be called to the national soccer team for the first time in his football career ahead of the Warriors’ second leg preliminary round of the African Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier away to Comoros tomorrow.

  • Tryson Chimbetu in Studio
    Tryson Chimbetu

    RESURGENT Dendera crooner Tryson Chimbetu yesterday said his fans should look forward to mature music that will take them down memory lane in his forthcoming album set to be released soon.

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  • Fans enjoying Tariro NeGitare's performance.
    All-set for Paradza fundraising concert

    All roads lead to the #AnswerTheCall Fundraising Concert slated for Mt Pleasant Hall in Harare tonight in a bid to raise $25 000 to help Takudzwa Paradza (20) undergo an autologous bone marrow transplant in India.

  • Nama award-winning musician Jah Prayzah and the 3rd Generation Band perform at the bash.
    Kanengoni-Malinga applauds Chinese

    Sport, Arts and Culture deputy minister Tabitha Kanengoni-Malinga has commended the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe (CFZ) in their endeavour to promote arts from grassroots level through their DreamStar Zimbabwe Talent Show.

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    Rhyme Assassin drops another single

    AWARD-WINNING UK-based Zimbabwean hip hop sensation Rhyme Assassin has released another single track titled Tsiva, inspired by socio-economic challenges faced by rap musicians in their careers.

  • Ben Mahaka
    No to mediocre productions – Mahaka

    LOCAL award-winning actor, director and producer Ben Mahaka has urged producers to up their standards so their productions can match international standards.

  • Simbarashe Mudzingwa
    Mudzingwa family appeals for funds

    THE body of the late Hohodza Band member Simbarashe Mudzingwa (40), who died in United Kingdom, is expected in the country today although the family has been facing financial challenges as £5 000 was required to repatriate the body to Zimbabwe.

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    Tin Tin expecting

    RENOWNED actress Tinopona Mapereke Katsande, who customarily married Virimai Chigariro a few months ago after he paid the bride price, is now expecting their first child.

  • Emily Tatanga-Kachote
    We’re ready for court challenge: Miss Zim Trust

    MISS Zimbabwe Trust is prepared to face former Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Tatanga-Kachote (25) in court if she sees through her threat to sue the national pageant organisers over her dethronement.

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