• Hoche-Khotshe – arts industry’s ’unity accord’

    HOCHE-KHOTSHE, the collaboration between two of the country’s best theatre practitioners Daves Guzha and Cont Mhlanga, is a great milestone in the rapid growth of the local arts industry.

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  • Chakabva takes over wicketkeeping role

    Zimbabwe Cricket yesterday announced the final 15-man squad to take on visiting New Zealand in the first and second one-day internationals (ODI) with Regis Chakabva assuming the wicketkeeper’s role from Richmond Mutumbami, who was dropped from the team after doing the job against India a couple of weeks ago.

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  • $4 million demonetisation funds claimed

    A FIFTH of the $20 million demonetisation fund has been utilised through the banking channels, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said.

    The market adjusted itself, abandoning the bearer-driven Zimbabwe dollar currency system for forex well before government put in place a policy framework for the multi-currency regime
  • Second-hand clothes banned

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday announced several austerity measures, effective tomorrow, meant to resuscitate the economy that include new levies and taxes on churches, imported groceries, fertiliser, and a ban on importation of secondhand clothes.

    Patrick Chinamasa
  • Metallon Gold production up by 6%

    ZIMBABWE’s largest gold mining group, Metallon Gold, has recorded a 6% growth in gold production for the first half of the year to 48 143 ounces as compared to 45 524 ounces due to high production at How Mine.

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  • Gomwe trial continues
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    SUSPENDED Zanu PF Harare youth chair Godwin Gomwe’s $46 000 extortion trial continued yesterday with a State witness, Peter Dzama, conceding under cross-examination that Glen Norah Housing Co-operation Consortium was a legal nullity and that the cash requests by the youth leader were unlawful.

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    Judge raps State over Uebert car saga

    High Court judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu yesterday dismissed an application for review filed by the Prosecutor-General (PG) seeking to force regional magistrate Noel Mupeiwa, to order the surrendering of the Bentley Continental vehicle to a Harare businessman who allegedly “seeded” the car to Spirit Embassy founder Uebert Angel.

  • Patrick Chinamasa
    Second-hand clothes banned

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday announced several austerity measures, effective tomorrow, meant to resuscitate the economy that include new levies and taxes on churches, imported groceries, fertiliser, and a ban on importation of secondhand clothes.

  • ashok_leyland_fat
    Army gets top-of-the-range cars

    Zimbabwe is set to receive several vehicles from Indian automobile manufacturer Ashok Leyland with a large chunk of the consignment reportedly destined for the army, sources said yesterday.

  • Chitungwiza-mayor-Philip-Mutoti
    ‘Chitown secretary suspended for trying to topple mayor’

    CHITUNGWIZA chamber secretary Priscila Vengesai has been suspended on allegations of trying to topple mayor Philip Mutoti. While Mutoti refused to comment on the matter on Wednesday, Vengesai confirmed her suspension to NewsDay through a letter signed by town clerk George Makunde.

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    Foreign funding: Zanu PF not clean either

    President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF has no moral and legal standing to accuse the MDC-T of surviving on foreign funding because it was also guilty of the same offence, analysts have said.

  • DR-OBERT-MPOFU
    I was not involved in Zimunya deal: Mpofu

    TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu has washed his hands in the ongoing probe of the Marange-Zimunya Share Ownership Trust telling the Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Youth and Indigenisation that he was not involved in the negotiations for the deal.

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    How Zanu PF pick-pocketed your vote

    Today is July 31, exactly two years after the people’s vote was pilfered in yet another stolen election in this country. Despite massive election promises of progress and prosperity, Zanu PF has dismally failed to deliver; the economy is on its knees, while the country is facing severe food shortages.

  • CZI calls for reform of indigenisation policy
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    GWERU — The local business community is willing to work with government to reform the indigenisation policy to create conducive environment for investors to enhance economic development, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has said.

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  • The market adjusted itself, abandoning the bearer-driven Zimbabwe dollar currency system for forex well before government put in place a policy framework for the multi-currency regime
    $4 million demonetisation funds claimed

    A FIFTH of the $20 million demonetisation fund has been utilised through the banking channels, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said.

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    Basic layout of a bankable business plan

    In writing a bankable business plan, form and structure are as important as the content and substance of the plan. It is therefore important to discuss the basic formation or layout of a business plan that will make a reasonably good impression on your bankers or financiers.

  • Gold bars
    Metallon Gold production up by 6%

    ZIMBABWE’s largest gold mining group, Metallon Gold, has recorded a 6% growth in gold production for the first half of the year to 48 143 ounces as compared to 45 524 ounces due to high production at How Mine.

  • Bob Diamond etched
    Atlas Mara completes Brainworks exit deal

    Atlas Mara has completed the sale of its 10,1% stake in Zimbabwe-focused private equity and advisory firm, Brainworks Capital Management, in a transaction worth $8,72 million.

  • Omen-Muza
    ‘Zimbabweans keen adopters of new technologies’

    On June 11, 2014, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe partnered with international money transfer service WorldRemit to launch EcoCash Diaspora, a digital money transfer service that enables Zimbabweans in the Diaspora to send money home online through devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers direct to an EcoCash mobile wallet. (more…)

  • Chinamasa
    Chinamasa has work cut out for him

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present the mid-term Fiscal Policy Review expected to give a diagnosis of the economy and map the way forward. (more…)

  • rbz
    New shareholding threshold for banks

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is putting a new shareholding threshold where individuals can only own up to 10% in a banking institution as part of a roadmap to attain corporate governance, RBZ deputy governor Charity Dhliwayo has said. (more…)

  • Kadewere makes grade in Sweden
    Kadewere Pic club website

    HARARE City striker Tino Kadewere has made the grade at Swedish top flight club Djurgårdens where he has been on a one-week trial stint.

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  • JACOB MUZOKOMBA
    Muzokomba goes AWOL

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League side Buffaloes veteran striker Jacob Muzokomba has reportedly gone AWOL.

  • Back page pic President Robert Mugabe hands over an envelop containing $ 50 000 to welter-weight champion Charles Manyuchi at the State House yesterday
    Manyuchi gets $50 000

    WORLD Boxing Council welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi yesterday received $50 000 cash from President Robert Mugabe as a reward for defending his title.

  • Football fans brave the rains as they watch the title decider between Dynamos and Black Mambas at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
    Bulawayo City, Chiefs clash again

    THE contest for the 2016 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League ticket gets into gear in the Southern Region Soccer League as Bulawayo City entertain Bulawayo Chiefs at Luveve Stadium tomorrow.

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    Donnybrook hosts spectacular Telecel Drag Race

    ORGANISERS of the Telecel Drag Race, the Dragpro Club in conjunction with Sables Motor Club, believe that the sport can grow bigger after overseeing another successful hosting of the event at Donnybrook Raceway last weekend. (more…)

  • soccer
    Strict vetting at Arenel Nash Under-17 tourney

    ORGANISERS of the Arenel Nash Under-17 football tournament have said they will be very strict in their vetting process.

  • Young warriors training at Gwanzura studium
    Young Warriors on ‘hunger’ strike

    EVEN by their standards of bungling and incompetence, Zifa hit a new low yesterday after failing to feed an 18-member Under-23 squad culminating in the players boycotting training ahead of the do-or-die African Championship qualifier against South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday. (more…)

  • cricket
    Pakistan to fulfil Zim tour

    Pakistan’s incoming cricket tour to Zimbabwe is back on schedule after the respective boards agreed on a T-20 and one-day international (ODI) series in September. (more…)

  • The return of Chimurenga exponent Mteki
    Bryn Mteki

    CHIMURENGA music exponent Bryn Taurai Mteki, popularly known as Sekuru Tau at the peak of his music career, announced his return to the stage after a long hiatus with the launch of his ninth album at Dandaro Inn on Wednesday night.

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  • vabati-vajehovha
    Vabati vaJehovha still going strong

    POPULAR apostolic choral group Vabati VaJehovha has released their 15th album in 16 years despite the waning of the once popular genre. (more…)

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    ‘Zim reading culture in sharp decline’

    DESPITE having one of the highest literacy rates in Africa, Zimbabwe has suffered a sharp decline in reading culture owing to emphasis on passing examinations, the high costs of buying books and piracy, Great Zimbabwe University lecturer Godwin Makaudze has said. (more…)

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    Tuku, Sulu, Cynthia Mare invade Kadoma

    THE gold mining city of Kadoma will this Heroes holiday be illuminated by a rare performance by three of the country’s most sought-after artistes of the moment – superstar Oliver Mtukudzi, Sulumani Chimbetu and rising songbird Cynthia Mare. (more…)

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    Byo hosts inaugural traditional expo

    THE National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo on Tuesday hosted the inaugural Traditional Expo that seeks to promote traditions, culture and religious beliefs. (more…)

  • Sam Munyavi
    Munyavi burial on Saturday

    THE body of Sam Munyavi, the veteran journalist who died in London last week after suffering a stroke that resulted in brain haemorrhage, was scheduled to arrive in the country late last night ahead of burial on Saturday, a family member confirmed yesterday. (more…)

  • thomas-mapfumo
    Mukanya takes ‘DangerZone’ to the UK

    REVERED Chimurenga music icon Thomas Mapfumo and his group the Blacks Unlimited will this Friday make a return to the United Kingdom for two biras dubbed “The DangerZone Tour”.

  • Jonathan-Moyo-2
    Prof Moyo blasts local music industry

    MINISTER of Higher Education Professor Jonathan Moyo has taken a swipe at the stunted growth of the local music industry.

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