• ‘Baba Jukwa’ back to haunt Zanu PF

    FORMER Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, who was once a suspect behind the Baba Jukwa character, is back to haunt Zanu PF after it emerged that he could have been behind the video presented against Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa during a politburo meeting.

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  • Zuma throws Grace under the bus

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe remained in a sticky wicket yesterday as South African President Jacob Zuma’s government vascillated, while African National Congress (ANC) presidential aspirant Nkosazana Dhlamini-Zuma said President Robert Mugabe’s wife must face the music.

    First Lady Grace Mugabe
  • Dynamos are title favourites: Ndiraya

    NGEZI Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya has picked Dynamos as the favourites to win the 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title as he tries to deflect pressure from his team who are at the top of the log, looking the strongest contenders.

    Tichaona Mabvura
  • Former Miss Universe Zim finds new niche

    A STRIKINGLY beautiful young woman is absorbed with the huge pots on an open fire as she prepares a variety of dishes.

    Lisa Morgan  getting ready to prepare a meal at Pamahuswa
  • Mugabe succession battles turn bloody

    THE battle over who will succeed President Robert Mugabe is reportedly turning bloody, with the late Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa allegedly becoming the latest casualty from suspected food poisoning at the party’s 2015 December conference held in Victoria Falls after speaking out her mind on the sensitive topic.

    They identified themselves as Zanu PF youth sent by President Robert Mugabe (pictured) to protect the area.
  • ‘Baba Jukwa’ back to haunt Zanu PF
    edmund-kudzayi

    FORMER Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, who was once a suspect behind the Baba Jukwa character, is back to haunt Zanu PF after it emerged that he could have been behind the video presented against Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa during a politburo meeting.

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  • First Lady Grace Mugabe
    Zuma throws Grace under the bus

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe remained in a sticky wicket yesterday as South African President Jacob Zuma’s government vascillated, while African National Congress (ANC) presidential aspirant Nkosazana Dhlamini-Zuma said President Robert Mugabe’s wife must face the music.

  • Energy Mutodi
    Mutodi to spend weekend behind bars

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ally, Energy Mutodi, who is facing criminal charges of undermining President Robert Mugabe’s authority, is to spend the weekend behind bars after his bail application was postponed to Tuesday next week.

  • They identified themselves as Zanu PF youth sent by President Robert Mugabe (pictured) to protect the area.
    Mugabe succession battles turn bloody

    THE battle over who will succeed President Robert Mugabe is reportedly turning bloody, with the late Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa allegedly becoming the latest casualty from suspected food poisoning at the party’s 2015 December conference held in Victoria Falls after speaking out her mind on the sensitive topic.

  • GAVEL
    Trial postponed as killer truck driver falls ill

    CONTINUATION in the trial of the driver of a South African-registered haulage truck, which sideswiped a Johannesburg-bound Proliner bus, killing 31 people on the spot and leaving 40 others injured near Chaka business centre along the Harare-Masvingo Highway, was yesterday postponed to next Thursday after the accused appeared in the dock ill.

  • Johannes-Tomana
    Judge lambasts Acting PG over Tomana trial

    High Court judge Justice Tawanda Chitapi has lambasted Acting Prosecutor-General (PG) Advocate Ray Goba, describing his conduct in attempting to seek the judge’s recusal from handling former PG Johannes Tomana’s criminal trial, as unbecoming, unethical and unprofessional.

  • econet
    Econet avails credit scheme for civil servants

    Mobile telecommunications market leader Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has announced a huge credit scheme that will empower civil servants and all eligible government employees to get new smart phones without paying deposit, and then pay as little as $12 per month.

  • First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe
    South Africa to grant Grace Mugabe diplomatic immunity: government source

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa is planning to grant diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe, allowing her to return to Harare and avoid prosecution for the alleged assault of a 20-year-old model, a government source said on Friday.

  • NetOne dials BancEasy, FML
    From left: NetOne acting chief executive Brian Mutandiro, board chairman Peter Chingoka, BancEasy chairman James Wadi and NetOne acting chief operating officer Clever Isaya hold a dummy cheque at the unveiling of OneTech and OneCover in Harare yesterday

    NETONE has entered into a partnership with BancEasy and First Mutual Life (FML) to roll out a facility to finance the buying of new smartphones and micro mobile insurance respectively as the country’s second largest mobile operator expands its footprint.

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  • Walter Mzembi
    AirZim eyes small planes

    TOURISM minister Walter Mzembi yesterday revealed that there are plans by Air Zimbabwe to bring small aircraft to fly tourists from tourism hubs especially Victoria Falls to various tourist destinations dotted across the country.

  • usaid
    USAID project generates $19m

    A UNITED States Agency for International Development (USAID)-backed project has generated $19 million in the first seven months of the year as young entrepreneur beneficiaries continue benefiting from resources provided to the body by donors.

  • Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu
    ‘RBZ should crack whip on forex dealers’

    The growth of the retail sector is stymied by the prevailing foreign currency shortages forcing manufacturers to seek the precious dollars on the parallel market. NewsDay business reporter Tarisai Mandizha (ND) spoke to Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CRZ) president Denford Mutashu (DM) on how the sector is faring. Below are the excerpts.

  • Indian ambassador to Zimbabwe, Masakui Rungsung
    ‘Zim should target $10bn Indian funds for Africa’

    ZIMBABWE should target about $500 million for infrastructure projects from the $10 billion line of credit India made available for African countries, the south Asian nation has said.

  • Inflation
    Annual inflation down to 0,14% in July

    ZIMBABWE’S annual inflation shed 0,17 percentage points to 0,14% in July, the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (ZimStat) said yesterday.


  • Dynamos are title favourites: Ndiraya
    Tichaona Mabvura

    NGEZI Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya has picked Dynamos as the favourites to win the 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title as he tries to deflect pressure from his team who are at the top of the log, looking the strongest contenders.

    Read more
  • Philani 'Beefy' Ncube
    Clash of the cities at BF

    HARARE City head coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube returns to Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon when his side clash with his former employers Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match.

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    Wafa Wafa tourney reaches quarter-finals

    The Wafa Wafa Communications League mid-season tournament’s quarter and semi-final matches will be played at Alexandra Sports Club in Harare this morning.

  • Christian Ntouba
    Ntouba is back!

    Striker Christian Ntouba could be available for Dynamos’ next Castle Lager Premier Soccer League fixture after taking part in the team’s training sessions this week.

  • rugby_0
    Zambezi Lager quenches Cheetahs thirst

    The Zimbabwe national rugby 7s side’s bid to qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals in San Franscisco received a major boost with Delta Beverages coming in with a shot in the arm following an injection of $100 000 through their Zambezi Lager brand.

  • Mighty Warriors have gone without winning bonuses and allowances
    Mighty Warriors stars dropped

    MIGHTY Warriors coach Sithethelelwe Sibanda has dropped stars Emmaculate Msipa, Felistas Muzongondi and Mavis Chirandu from the squad set to prepare for the Cosafa Women’s Championships to be staged in Bulawayo next month.


  • Former Miss Universe Zim finds new niche
    Lisa Morgan  getting ready to prepare a meal at Pamahuswa

    A STRIKINGLY beautiful young woman is absorbed with the huge pots on an open fire as she prepares a variety of dishes.

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  • Charles and Olivia Charamba
    Double delight for the Charambas

    GOSPEL music power couple Charles and Olivia Charamba on Wednesday night ended a four-year drought that their fans had endured when they officially launched their long-awaited solo projects — Abba Father and Voice of Miriam respectively — at the Zimbabwe College of Music in Harare.

  • Carl Joshua Ncube
    Ncube to launch pop-up comedy clubs

    TOP comedian Carl Joshua Ncube is set to launch pop-up comedy clubs in Harare, Bulawayo and Victoria Falls between September 11 and October 11 as part of efforts to facilitate the growth of comics in areas where their fans are populated.

  • Beverly-Sibanda
    Weekend Outing

    The ongoing auditions for the annual DreamStar Zimbabwe talent show come to Harare this weekend with the first round of the auditions commencing today until Sunday at Reps Theatre in Belgravia. The talent show is an entertainment platform established by the Chinese Federation of Zimbabwe and Jacaranda Culture and Media Corporation that seeks to empower […]

  • President Robert Mugabe
    Comedians feast on Mugabe’s domestic crisis

    BULAWAYO — Umahlekisa Comedy Club members, Mandla da Comedian and Miss Dee, on Wednesday night took turns to entertain revellers at Pub Lagondola’s comedy and poetry session drawing inspiration from First Lady Grace Mugabe’s assault case against a South African model, Gabriella Engels.

  • Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave
    Fungisai rescinds decision to quit music

    GOSPEL music sensation Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave, who almost hung up the microphone following what she described as public persecution following her decision to use dancehall to spread the gospel, yesterday said she has revisited the idea following the realisation that her music was not a career, but a ministry.

  • Oliver Mtukudzi
    2017 Indian Harare fiesta bigger, better

    THE second edition of the “India in the Sunshine City” festival aimed at showcasing Indian culture while promoting collaborations between Indian and Zimbabwean cultures will roar into life on Wednesday.

  • Live band performs during the staging of Can You Hear me
    Seed Projects stages musical on drug abuse

    A MUSICAL recently staged by Seed Projects at Harare International School (HIS) to explore the cancer of drug and substance abuse, featuring musicians Blessing “Bled” Chimanga and Prudence Katomeni–Mbofana, reverberated in the hearts of the audience.

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