• Crackdown fuels migration crisis within Africa

    Papa Demba Sow left Senegal two years ago hoping to make a better life in the oil-rich central African country of Gabon but in July he was arrested by police, thrown in jail for a month and deported along with hundreds of other Africans. (more…)

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  • Breaking: Bosso fire coach Mafu

    Bulawayo giants Highlanders on Thursday announced they had parted ways with coach, Bongani Mafu, a decision some think was long overdue.

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  • Moyo faces party disciplinary action

    ZANU PF politburo member and Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo faces disciplinary action for his continued use of social media platforms to attack fellow party members in defiance of a directive by President Robert Mugabe barring members from doing so.

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  • Be self-reliant, farmers told

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya yesterday blasted local farmers for their dependence on inputs from the government and urged them to be self-reliant.

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  • Warriors’ Rufaro delight

    ZIMBABWE international striker Cuthbert Malajila has welcomed the decision by the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to shift the Group L 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea on Sunday to Rufaro.

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  • Liberia declared Ebola-free for second time
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    Liberia was declared free of the deadly Ebola virus for a second time on Thursday and entered a 90-day period of heightened surveillance aimed at preventing a future re-emergence of the disease, the World Health Organization said.

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  • MIGRANTS
    Crackdown fuels migration crisis within Africa

    Papa Demba Sow left Senegal two years ago hoping to make a better life in the oil-rich central African country of Gabon but in July he was arrested by police, thrown in jail for a month and deported along with hundreds of other Africans. (more…)

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    Minister in court over extortion

    MASHONALAND Central Provincial Affairs minister, Martin Tafara Dinha, appeared at the Bindura Magistrates Court on Wednesday charged with criminal abuse of office as the government steps up its efforts to weed out corruption within its rank and file.

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    Moyo faces party disciplinary action

    ZANU PF politburo member and Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo faces disciplinary action for his continued use of social media platforms to attack fellow party members in defiance of a directive by President Robert Mugabe barring members from doing so.

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    Be self-reliant, farmers told

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya yesterday blasted local farmers for their dependence on inputs from the government and urged them to be self-reliant.

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    Zanu PF youths attack council officials

    ZANU PF youths trading their wares at Mupedzanhamo Market in Harare yesterday turned riotous and beat up council officials, who had been assigned to formally register all vendors operating at the marketplace.

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    Take history as a mirror and face forward to the future

    This year marks the 70th anniversary of China’s victory in the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the end of World War II. On September 3, known as Victory Day in China, a series of commemorative events

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    Farmers turn to fishing as crops fail

    shurugwi — Every morning, Josphat Kamwi joins scores of villagers at a muddy dam in Shurugwi in the heart of Zimbabwe’s maize-growing midlands. He drags his converted mosquito nets through the murky water. (more…)

  • ‘Competition policy needs review’
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    ZIMBABWE needs to review its competition policy to ensure that gaps in the legislation were addressed, officials have said.

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    Business urged to explore trade, export opportunities with Sweden

    Zimbabwe can export fresh produce, nuts, textiles and garments to Sweden as there is demand for these products in the Scandinavian country, a one-stop information centre for exporters based in developing countries has said.

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    Energy regulator hires SA firm for fuel pricing model

    The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) has hired a South African company, Genesis Analytics, to help them review pricing models within the petroleum sector, amid complaints from consumers of uneven charges compared to other regional countries.

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    Local bourse performance on free fall

    PERFORMANCE of the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) continues on a downward path since the beginning of the year due to economic challenges in the economy that have affected many listed counters.

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    Cottco MD Chihuri ‘forced out’

    Collins Chihuri has stepped down as managing director of Cottco after opting out of the new dispensation ushered in by turnaround strategy, group executive chairman Douglas Ncube has said.

  • Kariba Dam Hydroelectric Power Station
    More power cuts loom

    POWER generation at Kariba Power Station is expected to be reduced by over 36% to 475 megawatts (MW) due to depleted water resources from the Kariba Dam.

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    Tetrad finds no takers

    THE Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) has been forced to re-flight the tender for investors willing to buy Tetrad Investment Bank as there were no takers for the troubled bank, sources said.

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    Credit bureau registers 2,3 million customers

    The country’s largest credit reference bureau, Financial Clearing Bureau (FCB), says it had 2,3 million customers on its database at the end of the second quarter of the year.

  • Manyuchi’s boxing revival mission
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    WORLD Boxing Welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi will later this month stage a boxing tournament in Chivhu, a first of many tournaments he has lined up across the country, as he hopes to resuscitate the sport.

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  • Highlanders supporters celebrate their team's win after the match.
    ‘Bosso executive let us down’

    HIGHLANDERS supporters feel the executive has let them down this season which has also led to poor performances by the once formidable side.

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    Arubi oozes confidence

    WASHINGTON Arubi is delighted to be recalled to the national team and says the Warriors are determined to make use of home advantage and collect maximum points against Guinea in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier at Rufaro on Sunday.

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    Bosso, Mafu part ways?

    HIGHLANDERS Football club has reportedly sacked head coach Bongani Mafu in the wake of Sunday’s 3-2 league defeat to city rivals Chicken Inn at Barbourfields Stadium.

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    Warriors’ Rufaro delight

    ZIMBABWE international striker Cuthbert Malajila has welcomed the decision by the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to shift the Group L 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea on Sunday to Rufaro.

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    Top juniors named in Amateur Team Champs squad

    ZIMBABWE’S leading junior golfers Kieran Vincent and David Amm will test themselves against some of Africa’s finest amateur golfers after being selected to represent the country in the prestigious Africa Amateur Golf Teams Championship to be held in Kenya next month.

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    Tour dates for Zim-Pakistan series finalised

    THE Pakistan national cricket team is expected in Harare on September 24 ahead of their reciprocal tour of Zimbabwe which includes three One Day Internationals (ODIs) and two Twenty20 Internationals.

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    100 expected for ZNA Charities Golf Challenge

    The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA), in partnership with Bakers Inn, are expecting to raise more than $3 000 in the ZNA Charities Golf Challenge to be held at Harry Allen Golf Club in Bulawayo, with 100 golfers on the greens on Saturday.

  • Chimurenga legend Mukanya longs for home
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    CHIMURENGA music legend Thomas Mapfumo longs for home after his decade-long stay in the United States.

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    MultiChoice Africa’s content showcase in Mauritius on the opening night

    BEL OMBRE, Mauritius — It was a night of dazzling entertainment full of the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood, as the second edition of the MultiChoice Africa Content Showcase Extravaganza roared into life on Tuesday at Outrigger Spa and Resort in Mauritius.

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    ‘Chirorodziva’ play to premiere

    FOLLOWING a successful six-day physical theatre performance workshop last week, Almasi Collaborative Arts is set to premier a play titled Chirorodziva tomorrow and Saturday at the University of Zimbabwe’s Beit Hall.

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    African Dinner Night on cards

    INTWASA Arts Festival and The Bulawayo Club are set to host a debut event dubbed African Dinner Night on September 24.

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    Local authors pen motivational books

    FIFTEEN local authors have joined forces and penned a motivational book under the oversight of Jonah Nyoni, the founder of Success Life, an incorporated company specialising in motivational speaking, corporate training, entrepreneurship and life coaching.

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    Dan Tshanda heads for Harare

    SOUTH African Afro pop-artiste Dan Tshanda has promised his fans in Harare a massive gig to remember this Saturday in his first performance in the capital in 18 years.

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    Open-air concerts lined up for Harare

    SOUND Event Management’s Summer of Music series will see three open-air concerts taking place in Harare between September and October as part of South African supergroup Prime Circle’s return to Harare.

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    ‘Foot author’ seeks $5 000 for novel editing

    A 28-YEAR-OLD disabled Murehwa man, Shupikai Whisky, who wrote a Shona novel using his left foot, is currently seeking $5 000 to have his work edited and published by a leading local publishing company.

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