• Bio fuel policy to be launched this year

    GOVERNMENT is set to complete the bio-fuel policy soon to be launched by the end of the year which stipulates the blending of diesel with biodiesel by 2020.

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  • 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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  • Local book industry challenged to digitise

    A UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe lecturer in the Department of Modern Languages Kudakwashe Dhoro has challenged stakeholders in the book industry to consider migration to digital platforms for their books to curb high production costs and ensure affordability.

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  • Zimra misses revenue target

    Revenue collections in the first half of the year missed the target by 6% to $1,66 billion, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has said attributing the decline to the shrinking informal economy.

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  • Praise concert on the cards

    THREE gospel artistes – Stanley Gwanzura (aka Pastor G), Bulawayo-born songbird Dudu Manhenga and Mkhululi Bhebhe of Joyous Celebration have been lined up for the Word of Life International Ministries Silver jubilee celebrations set for August 8 and 9.

    Zimbabwean jazz songstress Dudu Manhega performed at the Bush Party/AMH Conversations held in Jufuta, Victoria Falls.
  • New details emerge in PHD botched car deal trial
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    THE trial of Harare businessman Upenyu Mashangwa and three others accused of defrauding Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya of $116 000 resumed at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday with revelations that no agreements were signed between the parties whenever money changed hands because of the trust they had in each another.

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  • TOMANA etched
    The challenges of teen pregnancy

    DRESSED in cream blazers with different ribbon colours at the arms and collars, the Junior Parliament members in Zimbabwe look superb and determined. These youngsters look to the future with curiosity and fortitude; it looks so bright they do not dream of anything deterring them.

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    Harare rejected $250m loan for roads: Zinara

    HARARE City Council risks losing out on a $250 million loan facility for the rehabilitation of its road network if it continues to spurn an offer by the Zimbabwe National Road Authority (Zinara) to repair the roads in return for management of the city’s parking bays, Parliament has heard.

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    Gumbura appeals against magistrate

    JAILED RMG End Time Message founder Robert Martin Gumbura yesterday made a constitutional application alleging regional magistrate Hosea Mujaya, who slapped him with a 40-year jail term last year, had interfered with his rape case by instructing the State on how to proceed with the fresh trial.

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    MDC-T warring top-dogs face off

    FIREWORKS are expected at two top leadership meetings of the main opposition MDC-T as rival camps come face to face for the first time following a social media fallout over a week ago.

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    Double trouble for thieving neighbour

    A man who was nabbed for unlawful entry was on Friday sentenced to 22 months in prison when he appeared before a Chitungwiza magistrate facing another charge of stealing a policewoman’s identity card.

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    Govt finally pays ‘starving’ diplomats

    ZIMBABWE’s cash-strapped government has paid off its staff at foreign missions across the globe after a six-month delay, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Marange Resources winds up operations

    THE government has authorised Marange Resources to merge with other diamond producers in the country as it moves to form one miner for the precious mineral.

  • Cresta targets corporate world
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    Cresta Lodge has completed its $7 million refurbishment meant to renew the tourism product to attract more business and increase revenue streams.

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    Hwange Colliery commissions $31,2 million equipment

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) says commissioning of the $31,2 million mining equipment was on course and the company was fixing oil leaks on two machines.

  • NettCash CEO Darlington Kutenha demonstrating how the mobile money service works yesterday in Harare
    Nettcash expands footprint

    NettCash will start processing remittances on Monday as it moves to expand its footprint in the mobile money service.

  • biofuel
    Bio fuel policy to be launched this year

    GOVERNMENT is set to complete the bio-fuel policy soon to be launched by the end of the year which stipulates the blending of diesel with biodiesel by 2020.

  • Zimra
    Zimra misses revenue target

    Revenue collections in the first half of the year missed the target by 6% to $1,66 billion, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has said attributing the decline to the shrinking informal economy.

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    Mobile money activities total $6,1 billion

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says mobile financial activities totalled $6,1 billion as at December 31, 2014 as the sector expands its reach to areas unreached by normal banking activities.

  • GUDYANGA
    ‘Invest more in human resources’

    SUB-SAHARAN countries, Zimbabwe included, should invest more in human resources to realise the potential of the mining sector believed to have power to drive the economy in the region, Mines and Mining Development permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga 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
    Commission to probe demonetisation of Zim dollar pensions

    President Robert Mugabe has appointed Retired Justice George Smith to chair a commission of inquiry into the conversion of pensions and insurance benefits to the United States dollar from the defunct Zimbabwean dollar.

  • Big week ahead for Zim ladies golf
    Batsirai Tilowakuti

    THE Zimbabwe ladies’ golf team has a big week ahead which begins with the Gilberson & Page Trophy before winding up with the Zimbabwe Ladies’ Open Championships at Borrowdale Brooke and Chapman respectively.

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    PSL teams race to register players before Friday

    WITH the Zifa transfer window closing on Friday, clubs will be making a last-minute rush to register new players with the Premier Soccer League (PSL) Log leaders Chicken Inn will only be registering two players from their junior ranks.

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    Manicaland aim for gold in Youth Games

    THE hosts of the 13th edition of the Zimbabwe National Youth Games, Manicaland, say they are hoping to come out tops during the games that will take place in the province from August 15 to 23.

  • Evans Rusike and Maritzburg team manager Quintin Jettoo after he had agreed terms last week Pic Mariztburg Facebook page
    I’ll make fans happy: Rusike

    NEW Maritzburg United signing — former Hwange and Warriors striker — Evans Rusike believes he is going to make the team’s fans happy.

  • Takesure Chinyama (left) fights for the ball with Teenage Hadebe of Highlanders during a PSL match played at Barbourfields Stadium, Bulawayo on Sunday
    Yogi, Mafu blast strikers

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says his strikeforce let him down after yet another disappointing campaign against Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

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    Young Warriors troop into camp

    THE Zimbabwe Under-23 soccer team was expected to start trooping into camp last night for the sink or swim African Championship final qualifier, second leg against South Africa set for Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday night.

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    Zim karatekas impress in All-Africa So-Kyokushin

    ZIMBABWE karateka Senpai Brain Chiringa (second dan black belt) did the country proud after winning gold in the men’s Under 80kg of the inaugural All-Africa So-Kyokushin Karate tournament held in Chitungwiza at the weekend.

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    ’Loadshedding’ hits Chidzambwa

    SUNDAY Chidzambwa arrived at Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side ZPC Kariba with high expectations, following a trophy-laden coaching career that span over 30 years.

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

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  • Elvas Mari
    Local book industry challenged to digitise

    A UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe lecturer in the Department of Modern Languages Kudakwashe Dhoro has challenged stakeholders in the book industry to consider migration to digital platforms for their books to curb high production costs and ensure affordability.

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    The rise and rise of Jerusarema-Mbende

    THIS year’s finals of the annual Chibuku Neshamwari Traditional Dance Competition were held last weekend in Bulawayo with Mashonaland East Province representative Makarekare Dance Group emerging winners.

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    Jah Prayzah wows fans in Gweru

    THE 90th edition of the Midlands Agricultural Show ended in style for fans with a star performance by talented musician Mukudzei “Jah Prayzah” Mukombe on Sunday.

  • Zimbabwean jazz songstress Dudu Manhega performed at the Bush Party/AMH Conversations held in Jufuta, Victoria Falls.
    Praise concert on the cards

    THREE gospel artistes – Stanley Gwanzura (aka Pastor G), Bulawayo-born songbird Dudu Manhenga and Mkhululi Bhebhe of Joyous Celebration have been lined up for the Word of Life International Ministries Silver jubilee celebrations set for August 8 and 9.

  • Phil Code
    New artiste drops controversial gospel single

    GOSPEL artiste Phillip Mutonhori, also known as Phil Code, has just released a refreshing, but controversial rap-gospel song, Denga Kana Gehena, which digs deep into the hearts of believers and non-believers alike.

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    Rising star launches second album

    RISING Afro-jazz musician Calvin Mtukudzi on Saturday launched his second 10-track album titled Manamatiro at a well-attended event at The Legends Sports Bar in Marondera.

  • Musician Stunner took the opportunity to celebrate his birthday.
    Stunner, Mudiwa bury hatchet

    FLAMBOYANT urban groover Stunner and gospel hip-hop star Mudiwa seem to have buried the hatchet after a lengthy spells of dissing each other.

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