• Zanu PF death threats shock

    A ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) official was allegedly forced to reject nomination papers for an aspiring Zanu PF Harare East by-election candidate after receiving death threats from a rival faction in the ruling party.

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  • BOSSO TAKE ON CAPS

    CAPS United head coach Mark Harrison has implored his charges to overcome the uncertainty surrounding the Harare giants’ camp and come up with a positive result in their big Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter against Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

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  • Pictures: Hifa highlights so far

    NewsDay gives you, in pictures, highlights from the on-going Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa).

    A father and son share a laugh during the on-going Harare International Festival of the Arts on Thursday, April 30.
  • Mugabe Kalanga jibe sparks anger

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s disparaging statements against Kalangas and people of Matabeleland South have torched a tribal storm with the main opposition MDC-T describing them as inflammatory.

    President Mugabe addresses thousands of Zanu PF supporters who gathered at the Harare International airport to welcome him  from Singapore were he had gone on holiday
  • The return of Choppa

    EXPLOSIVE middle order batsman Charles “Choppa” Coventry (pictured) is set to bounce back into the Zimbabwe national cricket team after he was included in the squad that will tour Pakistan for the limited-overs series this month.

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  • Zanu PF death threats shock
    CHOMBO

    A ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (ZEC) official was allegedly forced to reject nomination papers for an aspiring Zanu PF Harare East by-election candidate after receiving death threats from a rival faction in the ruling party.

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    Methodist church fights to avert starvation

    The Methodist Church in Zimbabwe has taken strides to avert starvation and curb diseases outbreaks in drought-prone Gokwe South by establishing livelihood projects through a relief agency.

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    Mliswa seeks court’s protection

    FORMER Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa has approached the High Court seeking the court’s intervention to evict Zanu PF activists who invaded his Spring Farm in Karoi last Wednesday taking over his restaurant, a service station, a lodge and farming equipment.

  • ZEC
    ‘Adopt Sadc principles, guidelines’

    SOUTHERN African countries must make Sadc Principles and Guidelines on the Conduct of Elections legally binding by domesticating them into law in order to promote democracy and free and fair elections in the region, a new research has recommended.

  • Promoter Esau Mupfumi hands over a Mercedes Benz to musician Jah Prayzah as an aprreciation for the musician's massive Nama awards
    Mupfumi re-donates ambulance

    Mutare businessman and Zanu PF central committee member Esau Mupfumi, who withdrew an ambulance he had donated after losing the 2008 senatorial elections, has once again donated the same ambulance ahead of the June 10 Dangamvura-Chikanga by-elections.

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    Man accused of faking $7 000 robbery

    A 39-YEAR-OLD Wedza man who allegedly staged a robbery after converting to his own use more than $7 000 from a credit union was on Thursday arraigned before Marondera Magistrate Josephine Sande facing theft of trust property charges.

  • Keiji Fukuda, WHO’s Assistant Director-General for Health Security
    ‘Antibiotic overuse makes bacteria resistant’

    Sale of antibiotics and other antimicrobial medicines without prescription remains widespread in Zimbabwe, increasing the potential for overuse of the medicines by the public and medical professionals, research has shown.

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    Councillors allege abuse, intimidation by top brass

    Kwekwe councillors have alleged that they are being abused and intimidated by top municipal executives who do not want them to express their opinions in the media

  • Harnessing economic potential of SMEs
    informal traders

    Zimbabwe’s economy underwent a rapid informalisation during the hyperinflation years which saw the country somewhat de-industrialise.

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    CFI Holdings operating loss widens

    CFI Holdings Limited posted a loss for the year ended September 30 2014 of $9,9 million from $6,5 million in the comparable period in 2013 attributed to limited working capital.

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    Boost for Zim freight forwarders

    THE Shipping and Forwarding Agents’ Association of Zimbabwe (SFAAZ) has received $47 000 from a fund under the international body of freight forwarders that is meant to build capacity in developing countries.

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    Gold deliveries surge

    Gold deliveries were up 22% in the first quarter of the year to 3 536kg from the same period in 2014 after small-scale miners saw their output more than doubling, latest statistics show.

  • Justice-Minister-Patrick-Chinamasa
    Zim steps up efforts to re-engage creditors

    The government says it has stepped up efforts to clear its external arrears and has increased monthly payments to a number of creditors.

  • President Robert Mugabe gives addresses thousands of party supporters at the Harare
    Mugabe urges Sadc to fund regional industrialisation

    Sadc chairperson and Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has called for the region to work out effective financial mechanisms to fund the regional industrialisation strategy.

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    Power back on after massive blackout

    ZIMBABWE Electricity Distribution and Transmission Company (ZETDC) yesterday said it has managed to rectify the problems that caused a massive blackout in the country on Monday.

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    NRZ to appear before Parly again

    The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) management might soon be called back to Parliament to explain how they plan to solve salary issues bedevilling the parastatal.

  • Pamushana head elected Cossasa boss
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    PAMUSHANA High School of Masvingo Province headmaster Johnson Madhuku was on Thursday voted substantive president of the Confederation of Southern Africa Schools Sports Association (Cossasa) at the organisation’s annual general assembly here.

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    Dairibord rugby festival ends

    ZIMBABWE’S schoolboy rugby giants are expected to renew their rivalry in what should be a befitting end to yet another intriguing edition of the Dairibord Schools Rugby Festival at Prince Edward School today.

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    Musona double does it for Platinum

    WALTER Musona scored twice as FC Platinum recorded only their second win of the season over Tsholotsho in an entertaining Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Mandava Stadium yesterday.

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    BOSSO TAKE ON CAPS

    CAPS United head coach Mark Harrison has implored his charges to overcome the uncertainty surrounding the Harare giants’ camp and come up with a positive result in their big Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter against Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

  • Batsirai Tilowakuti
    Tilowakuti lifts Zimbabwe to 2nd place finish in Namibia

    TOP female golfer Batsirai Tilowakuti put on a spirited performance on her national team return to inspire the Zimbabwe ladies’ golf team to a commendable second-place finish in the Regional All-Africa Ladies’ Challenge Golf Trophy

  • Dynamos players celebrate Washington Pakamisa's goal
    Dynamos, Chicken Inn do battle

    CHICKEN Inn and Dynamos are the two stand-out performers of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League this far.

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    FC Platinum hard pressed for victory

    FC PLATINUM host Tsholotsho in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Mandava Stadium this afternoon hoping to breathe life into their campaign.

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    Dairibord schools rugby results

    Thursday: Goromonzi 26-5 Vainona, Milton 19-15 Kutama

  • Pictures: Beatenberg steals show at Hifa
    Beatenberg lead singer Matthew Field performs during the band's show at the Zol Main Stage at Hifa on May 1.

    South Africa’s award-winning pop music groug, Beatenberg on Friday put up a scintilating act at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) which ends on May 3.

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  • A father and son share a laugh during the on-going Harare International Festival of the Arts on Thursday, April 30.
    Pictures: Hifa highlights so far

    NewsDay gives you, in pictures, highlights from the on-going Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa).

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    Phindu’ Phenduke exhibition on

    The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) in Bulawayo will tonight host a preview for the exhibition Phindu’ Phenduke. (more…)

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    Miss MSU pageant on tomorrow

    MIDLANDS State University students’ representative council will tomorrow host the Miss MSU beauty pageant to fundraise for the construction of a theatre house.

  • Afro-fusion band Mokoomba perform during the official opening of Hifa on April 28.
    Hifa: Mokoomba sets the tone

    RISING Victoria Falls Afro-fusion group Mokoomba set the tone for this year’s Hifa with an eye-catching performance on the premier festival’s opening night on Tuesday.

  • Dancers perform at the opening of Hifa.
    Pictures: Mokoomba electrify Hifa

    The Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) started on a high note on Tuesday night with the award-winning Victoria Falls-based Afro-fusion band, Mokoomba setting the tone for a fun filled week during Hifa opening show dubbed “The Power of Many” which took place at the Zol Main stage.

  • Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Eatanga Kachote (centre), flanked by First Princess Annie-Grace Mutambu (left) and Second Princess Chengetai Marcia Kanonhuwa, do the royal wave to the crowd.
    Pictures: Miss World Zim crowned

    Twenty-five-year old Emily Tatanga Kachote, a financial advisor with Old Mutual, was on Saturday evening crowned Miss World Zimbabwe after shrugging off stiff competition from a bevy of 14 contestants at a colourful ceremony held at Mermaids Pool in Shamva.

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    Sculptor redefines Mbare township

    MBARE is one of Harare’s oldest townships and for decades it has been stereotyped for all the wrong vices ranging from robbery, petty thieving, prostitution and all sorts of misdemeanours.

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