• SACJF slams judges arrest in Swaziland

    AN association of Southern Africa’s top judges has reacted angrily to the recent arrest of Swaziland’s four judges and called on the country’s leadership to respect the principle of separation of power between the Judiciary and Executive. (more…)

  • I’m not feeling pressure: Mapeza

    FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza says he is not feeling any pressure after their third loss of the season.

  • Fans threaten Mapeza

    Harare City . . . . . (0) 2 FC Platinum . . . . . (0) 1 (more…)

  • Tsvangirai launches ‘No Reforms, No Elections’ rallies

    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai today launches his No Reforms, No Elections rallies at Glen View 3 shops in Harare.

  • Mujuru camp sneaks in Parly candidates

    Zanu People First — an offshoot of the ruling Zanu PF party — has reportedly sponsored candidates to contest in the forthcoming June 10 parliamentary by-elections as independents, NewsDay has learnt. (more…)

    Dr Mai Joice Mujuru is her direct opposite: who is cool, calm, reserved, tolerant, objective and intelligently calculative of what is good or bad for Zimbabwe.
  • Zuma’s comments on Zim prisoners not in order: Mohadi

    President Jacob Zuma’s comments on the number of Zimbabweans currently in South African jails were “inappropriate” given the wave of xenophobic violence that has hit Durban and Johannesburg,

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  • President Robert Mugabe gives addresses thousands of party supporters at the Harare
    Wheelchair on standby for Mugabe

    Jakarta — President Robert Mugabe and the Chairman of North Korea’s Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly Kim Yong-nam — two of the oldest State leaders attending the 60th Asian-African Conference Commemoration (AACC) — did not participate in the Bandung Historical Walk in the West Java capital yesterday.

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    Diamond firm guard accused of murder

    A MARANGE Resource Diamond company guard who shot an illegal diamond panner last year appeared at the Mutare Magistrates’ Court on murder charges on Thursday

  • Zechariah Mushawatu
    Independent candidate pushes for early retirement

    INDEPENDENT candidate for Harare East constituency, Zechariah Mushawatu, says if elected he will advocate for the amendments of the Labour Act to ensure the retirement age in Zimbabwe becomes 60 years instead of the current 65 years.

    Zec conducts voters’ roll inspection

    Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau has said alignment of the Electoral Act with the new Constitution is a key priority area.

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    Red Cross rescues Chikurubi inmates

    THE Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) yesterday commissioned the first phase of Chikurubi Water Project that includes three water boreholes to supply clean water to 10 000 people living at the prison complex.

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    Confusion reigns over council billing system

    Authorities at Harare City Council continue to issue conflicting statements over the chaotic water billing system, with management insisting that all is in order,

    MP battles for life after Zanu PF assault

    Budiriro MP Costa Machingauta is reportedly battling for his life at a private clinic in Harare after he, together with at least 10 other opposition activists, were brutally assaulted by suspected Zanu PF youths on Thursday.

  • 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.

  • Informal sector
    Role of banks in driving informal sector

    ONE of the key economic questions of our present day is how the formal financial system can harness resources that are circulating outside the ambit of formal banking.

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    Total Zimbabwe rolls out solar lamps

    THE country’s largest fuel retailer, Total Zimbabwe, has launched a new product, Awango solar lamps, in a project the company invested close to $1 million.

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    Corporate 24 partners Homelink

    Corporate 24 has partnered Homelink (Pvt) Ltd as an agent to sell medical aid and funeral cover (medi-funeral) packages to Zimbabweans in the Diaspora.

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    Effective mentoring skill: A must for every line manager

    MOST managers, even at senior level, have never bothered to learn how to be effective mentors. While many people consider mentoring as simply answering questions and giving advice; it, in fact, requires a unique set of skills

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    IMF commends Zimbabwe

    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commended the Zimbabwe government for making great strides towards implementation of macro-economic and structural reform programmes despite the economic and financial difficulties being experienced in the country.

  • Limping, wounded Caps wary of electric shock

    FINANCIALLY unstable Caps United will host last year’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) runners-up ZPC Kariba at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow in a clash where both teams will be looking to bounce back from defeats in their last league encounters.

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    FC Platinum target opts for Sundowns

    FC PLATINUM target and Burundian international Fiston Abdul Razak has reportedly made the grade at South African Premiership football giants Mamelodi Sundowns.

  • Dynamos players celebrate Washington Pakamisa's goal
    Dynamos take aim at City

    HARARE CITY’S performance last season was so horrible that it seems almost ludicrous that they were the same side that battled for the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League supremacy the previous year.

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    National cricket team starts Pakistan preparations

    ZIMBABWE national cricket team players are expected to finally start preparations for their tour of Pakistan on Monday after striking a deal from with the local cricket governing body yesterday

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    Zim women go hunting in Namibia

    THE Zimbabwe women’s golf team coach Rhoda Muridzo believes her players’ exposure to various international tournaments would serve them well ahead of their participation in the All-Africa Challenge Trophy (RAACT) which gets underway on Monday at the Omeya Golf Estate in Windhoek, Namibia.

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    Mandenge, Brider for France

    ZIMBABWE Sables head coach Cyprian Mandenge and National Under-20 head coach Brendon Brider are heading to France as part of a programme developed in partnership with Rugby Africa and the French Rugby Federation for the training and up skilling of high performance coaches. (more…)

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    Xenophobia: Fans call for Cosafa tourney boycott

    ZIFA says they believe Cosafa will organise an incident-free tournament next month despite the xenophobic attacks that have been going on in the host country, South Africa.

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    ZOU hosts Zusa Games

    ZOU is hosting the 2015 Edition of the Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Universities Sports Association Games at Belvedere Technical Teachers’ College in Harare today and tomorrow.

  • 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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    Ammara releases track from debut album

    AMMARA Brown yesterday released the track, Havarare, which is the first from a line of brand new singles off her upcoming debut album titled Ammartia.

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