• AMHVoices: Let’s reject corrupt, nepotistic Dema plant deal

    It was, therefore, unnecessary and costly for both the cash-strapped Zanu PF government and Zesa to engage Sakunda Holdings to provide energy through the Dema power plant.

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  • Morgan Heritage fans sold a dummy?

    JAMAICAN reggae outfit Morgan Heritage was expected in the country on Tuesday to allow group members a chance to mix and mingle with their local fans ahead of their once-off concert scheduled for October 8, but they are yet to land in Zimbabwe, NewsDay has established

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  • Warriors face tough draw

    The Warriors face a tough prospect at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals, after they were placed in the bottom pot for the draw, to be held on October 19 in Libreville, Gabon.

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  • New twist to bond notes saga

    THE wrangle over the proposed introduction of bond notes to ease the country’s cash crisis took a new twist yesterday, with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) saying it was premature to legally challenge the move, as the government had not yet crafted an enabling law to operationalise the currency. (more…)

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  • Imports accelerate despite restrictions

    ZIMBABWE’S imports increased by 13% to $444 million in August 2016, despite government having introduced Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016 to stem the tide, latest data from the national statistics agency has shown.

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  • Video: Violence rocks Ushewokunze, again
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    The battle for the the Zanu PF-controlled Ushewokunze Co-operative, which has so far seen bloody battles on factional lines, continued unabated on Wednesday afternoon after several women were attacked allegedly by a group of youths reportedly aligned to Harare South MP, Shadreck Mashayamombe. (more…)

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    ‘Zanu PF, army, police behind national chaos’

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF, the police and military accounted for over 85% of political violence incidents that rocked Zimbabwe in August, a report has revealed.

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    Warriors face tough draw

    The Warriors face a tough prospect at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals, after they were placed in the bottom pot for the draw, to be held on October 19 in Libreville, Gabon.

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    New twist to bond notes saga

    THE wrangle over the proposed introduction of bond notes to ease the country’s cash crisis took a new twist yesterday, with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) saying it was premature to legally challenge the move, as the government had not yet crafted an enabling law to operationalise the currency. (more…)

  • National Vendors’ Union of Zimbabwe executive member, Kudakwashe Kambakunje shows the extent of his injuries after he was allegedly abducted, tortured and left for dead by suspected State security agents on Tuesday
    Another activist abducted, tortured

    Another activist and vendors’ leader, Kudakwashe Kambakunje, was on Tuesday allegedly abducted by suspected State security agents, who tortured and injected him with an unknown substance before leaving him for dead

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    Bulawayo residents hail tariff freeze

    THE Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association (BPRA) has welcomed council’s proposed $153 million standstill budget for 2017 that freezes tariff hikes, saying the move is humane as ratepayers are hard hit by poverty and could not afford any rate hikes.

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    Zimbabwean nurse axed over fake Cambridge degree

    london — A Zimbabwean nurse who created a Cambridge University qualification with Photoshop has been thrown out of the profession. Chenesai Kutsirayi created a fake certificate to prove she had passed exams awarded by the prestigious university.

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    Magaya’s rape docket referred back to police

    The State has referred Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader, Walter Magaya’s docket over rape allegations, back to Harare Central Police Station for further investigations.

  • Imports accelerate despite restrictions
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    ZIMBABWE’S imports increased by 13% to $444 million in August 2016, despite government having introduced Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016 to stem the tide, latest data from the national statistics agency has shown.

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    Simbisa posts $3m profits, eyes acquisitions

    Simbisa Brands Limited posted a profit-after-tax of $3,1 million in the nine months ending June 30 on the back of a growth in customers across the region.

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    AfDB gives $310m trade finance boost

    The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a $310 million loan for Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) to provide critical trade finance funding to support economies where Ecobank is present.

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    Lafarge agrees to provide resources for roads rehabilitation

    LAFARGE Cement Zimbabwe has agreed to provide some of their resources, mainly in technical expertise, to try and help in the rehabilitation of the country’s road infrastructure.

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    Factors exacerbating incidence of NPLs

    In the mid-term monetary policy statement of July 2015, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) set target thresholds for banking institutions to reduce non-performing loans (NPLs) to 10% and 5% by June 2016 and December 2016, respectively.

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    National roads conditions survey funding lagging: Zinara

    THE Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) says funding for the National Roads Conditions Survey undertaken earlier this year is lagging behind amid early estimates that $5 billion is required to rehabilitate the country’s road network

  • It is important to establish mutually designed accountabilities and let farmers live up to their abilities as competent food producers
    African agriculture requires serious disruptive thinkers

    If African agriculture is to be truly transformative, there is need for disruptive thinkers who can revisit boundaries between smallholder and large scale farmers. These boundaries have extended from physical (size of land) to the mind-set, creating unsustainable mental blockages.

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    Dispute scuppers diamond output

    Mining in Marange has been hampered by a court challenge involving three producers disputing government’s refusal to renew their licences, Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidakwa has said.

  • Warriors face tough draw
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    The Warriors face a tough prospect at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals, after they were placed in the bottom pot for the draw, to be held on October 19 in Libreville, Gabon.

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    Zim netball team confident

    The Zimbabwe women netball team is set to participate at this year’s Diamond Cup to be held in Durban, South Africa, from October 2 to 7.

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    Cricketers eye Bangladesh big bucks

    Twelve Zimbabwean cricketers will be hoping to get picked in tomorrow’s Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) draft.

  • Zimbabwe cricket team allrounder Luke Jongwe has been discharged from hospital after being struck on the head while attempting a return catch on Tuesday
    Pakistan A thrash Zim A

    Fakar Zaman scored an inspired 180, as visiting Pakistan A hammered Zimbabwe A by 188 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match unofficial one-day international (ODI) cricket series at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

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    Caps to reload during break

    CAPS United believe the mini break, due to their first round exit from the Chibuku Super Cup, will give their players time to rest ahead of their final five rounds of Castle Lager Premier Soccer League fixtures, starting with the trip to Border Strikers next week

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    Masomere eyes FC Platinum upset

    Border Strikers coach Luke Masomere has backed his team to deal a blow to FC Platinum’s chances of winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title when the two team clash at Dulivhadzimu Stadium this afternoon.

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    Chapungu hold PSL title key

    Air Force of Zimbabwe side Chapungu might be nowhere near the action in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title tussle, but they might actually hold the key to the destiny of the championship.

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    Zim A seek series leveller

    After losing the first of five one-day internationals against visiting Pakistan A, Zimbabwe A will look to bounce back when the two teams clash in the second cricket match at Harare Sports Club this morning.

  • Morgan Heritage fans sold a dummy?
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    JAMAICAN reggae outfit Morgan Heritage was expected in the country on Tuesday to allow group members a chance to mix and mingle with their local fans ahead of their once-off concert scheduled for October 8, but they are yet to land in Zimbabwe, NewsDay has established

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    Female acts light up Intwasa

    A TROUPE of female performers on Tuesday night ignited the Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo, breathing energy into a fiesta that had started on a low note the previous day.

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    Laziness suffocates many marriages

    I do not mean to sound harsh or arrogant but I have observed as I speak to so many people on the subject of marriage that many people are lazy to work on their marriages.

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    Zimbabwean lives matter too, December 12 Movement

    BLACK Lives Matter must be more than just a slogan or a preserve of African Americans being shot by the American police force. It must be all-encompassing for black people everywhere across the globe.

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    Mugari takes Dendera music to another level

    FORMER Marxist Brothers band manager Nyasha Mugari wowed thousands of music lovers who attended the closing day of the Mashonaland East Province Agricultural Show held at Marondera Showground at the weekend.

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    Nyandoro scoops Emerging Voices award

    ZIMBABWEAN artist Gareth Nyandoro has won the Emerging Voices Art Award 2016 in recognition of his vivid, but abstract depictions of commercial life in Harare.

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    Untikolotshi for Intwasa Arts Festival

    A PLAY produced by Theatre for Everyone, titled Untikolotshi, which has been making waves in Bulawayo, is set to be among the highlights at Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo, which roars to life today.

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    Hlongwane, Makhabane headline Zimpraise festival

    JOYOUS Celebration founder, Jabu Hlongwane, and another South African gospel musician, Sipho Makhabane, will headline Zimpraise’s music summer festival set for Harare from October 6 to 8.

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