• All set for Jah Prayzah album launch

    THE Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) will tonight reverberate to the sounds of contemporary musician Jah Prayzah and his Third Generation band as they launch their much-awaited sixth album Jerusarema.

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  • Warriors crash out

    NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

    Action from the Moruleng Stadium yesterday between Zimbabwe and Nambia
  • RBZ approves NMB Bank top-tier status plan

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has approved a plan by NMB Bank that will see it attaining top-tier status of $100 million minimum equity capital by 2020, its parent company said yesterday.

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  • ‘Plot to arrest’ Mnangagwa

    A clique in the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) was planning to arrest Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa as factional wars intensified in the ruling Zanu PF party ahead of its December congress, documents obtained by NewsDay allege.

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  • More Zanu PF chefs face axe

    More heads are set to roll in Zanu PF, with the party’s political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday warning that more purges are looming, as a new wave of factionalism threatens to ravage the former liberation movement.

    Zimbabwe's President Mugabe attends the swearing-in ceremony  of his Mozambican counterpart Guebuza for a second term in office in the capital Maputo
  • Zim celebrates World Telecoms Day
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    Thousands of people on Tuesday marched around the resort town of Victoria Falls to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the International Telecommunications Union’s (ITU) which coincided with the World Telecommunications Information Society Day 2015.

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    General Laws Amendment Bill does not guarantee poll reforms

    The General Laws Amendment Bill was gazetted on May 8 2015 in a development that signals government’s intention to move with a bit of speed in aligning laws with the Constitution. While the Bill is welcome, it falls short of substantively amending the electoral law.

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    ‘Zim won’t benefit from pre-shipment inspection of imports’

    ZIMBABWE Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner-general Gershem Pasi yesterday said the recently introduced pre-shipment inspection of imports was not beneficial to the country, adding that they were not consulted when the government adopted the system.

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    Media players divided on regulation

    STAKEHOLDERS in the media industry are currently divided over the type of regulation that should guide them with those in the private media supporting voluntary self-regulation while State media players want co-regulation

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    Zanu PF Harare East war far from over

    THE Zanu PF turf war on who should represent the ruling party in Harare East by-elections on June 10 looks far from being resolved after it emerged yesterday that disqualified candidate Mavis Gumbo had not yet formally withdrawn her candidature.

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    Rizpah to be held on Africa Day

    Preacher Florence Kanyati will be the main speaker at the Rizpah 10th annual ladies’ conference at the City Bowling Club in Harare on Africa Day.

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    Zim prisons ‘torture camps’

    Main opposition MDC-T MP Alexio Musundire (Zengeza East) yesterday equated the conditions at the country’s prisons to terrorist groups Boko Haram and ISIS torture bases.

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    ‘Plot to arrest’ Mnangagwa

    A clique in the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) was planning to arrest Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa as factional wars intensified in the ruling Zanu PF party ahead of its December congress, documents obtained by NewsDay allege.

  • Women should take lead in savings agenda
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    Vast amounts of research have been done on the subject of the economic contribution of women in societies across the developing world.

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    ‘Involve private sector in border management ’

    THE private sector should be involved to remove border management challenges and facilitate legitimate movement of people and goods, a director at the African Union Commission has said.

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    RioZim set to fund gold mining project firm

    RIOZIM says it has obtained Exchange control approval from the Reserve Bank for GEM RioZim Investments Limited to underwrite a $10 million capital- raising initiative.

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    RBZ approves NMB Bank top-tier status plan

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has approved a plan by NMB Bank that will see it attaining top-tier status of $100 million minimum equity capital by 2020, its parent company said yesterday.

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    Doves launches Muslim funeral package

    DOVES Funeral Services has launched a funeral package to cater for the Muslim community as the country’s oldest funeral assurer expands its product offering in the wake of intense competition in the sector.

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    Liquid Telecom installs data protection infrastructure

    Liquid Telecom has installed an $800 000 endpoint data protection and management solution infrastructure.

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    World Bank urges Zim to clear debts

    Zimbabwe has to urgently clear its arrears with the Bretton Woods Institutions and the African Development Bank (ADB) in order to access more lines of credit necessary to fund the economy, the World Bank has said.

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    RTG launches affordable menu

    A LOCAL hotel chain has launched a new, affordable and versatile menu in response to market demand for fast, inexpensive yet world-class meals.

  • Zim U16 for Afro-Basket qualifiers
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    THE Zimbabwe Under-16 basketball team leaves this morning to take part in the Afro-Basket qualifiers in Gaborone, Botswana, which will run from May 25 to June 4.

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  • Action from the Moruleng Stadium yesterday between Zimbabwe and Nambia
    Warriors crash out

    NEEDING just a draw to qualify for the last eight of the 2015 Cosafa Cup, the Warriors crumbled in stunning fashion to a clearly technically superior Namibia in the last Group B match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

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    VP Mnangagwa for Old Mutual Raj Modi T20 cricket tourney

    VICE-President Emmerson Mnangagwa will be the guest of honour at the Old Mutual Raj Modi T20 Children’s Cricket Cup at Heath Streak Academy on Africa Day.

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    God is at work: Mushekwi

    ZIMBABWE hitman Nyasha Mushekwi says God is blessing him in his football career.

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    Neshamba keeps Mugadza waiting

    MIGHTY Warriors coach Rosemary Mugadza is expected to name the final squad to travel to Zambia for this weekend’s 2016 Rio Olympic qualifier amid an injury worry for chief striker Rudo Neshamba.

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    Mafu responds to ‘dismissal’

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says he takes full responsibility for the team’s performance, but will not be drawn into entertaining comments on the social media that pertain to his job.

  • Midfielders Danny Phiri and Kudakwashe Mahachi share a lighter moment during training.
    Mahachi out of Swazi tie

    MAMELODI Sundowns forward Kuda Mahachi has been ruled out of the Under-23 African Championships first leg qualifier against Swaziland at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday due to family commitments, leaving coach Kalisto Pasuwa with a severely depleted team.

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    It’s Jamboree time at Donnybrook

    ALL roads lead to Donnybrook Raceway this weekend where the 21st edition of the gruelling, but thrilling hp lubes Castrol 4×4 Jamboree rumbles at the traditional home of motorsport.

  • Mabvuku duo resurfaces on Zimdancehall tip
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    BREAKING into the music scene in 2010 as backing vocalists for Peace Ndlovu, popularly known as Ba Shupi, the duo of Kudzanai “Swurv” Mapfumo and Tatenda Kwaramba has resurfaced with a six-track Zimdancehall compilation album titled MaBoss set for official launch on May 28.

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    ZBC listeners, viewers prefer paying subscriptions

    LOCAL television viewers have hailed recommendations made in the KPMG Chartered Accountants forensic audit report presented to Parliament recommending the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) to scrap off viewers and listeners’ licences and replace them with subscription fees.

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    Chitungwiza Harmony Singers host fundraising concert

    AWARD-WINNING local choral group Chitungwiza Harmony Singers will from today host a two-day concert at Reps Theatre in Belgravia, Harare, aimed at fundraising for air tickets ahead of their US tour scheduled for July next year.

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    Gospel artiste goes solo

    Bulawayo-based upcoming gospel artiste and Eagle Life Assembly member Obert Chida has gone solo and released a debut album titled Keep the Faith.

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    Plane extravaganza postponed

    A potentially explosive aeroplane exhibition dubbed Harare Air Day that was slated for Borrowdale Racecourse in Harare on Saturday to educate people about the world of aviation has been postponed to August 8.

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    Culture Fund bankrolls NAGZ library automation

    THE long-standing partnership between the National Art Gallery of Zimbabwe (NAGZ) and Culture Fund has proved to be fruitful after the later facilitated the automation of the gallery with state-of-the-art equipment worth over $10 600.

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    Filmmaker contests court ruling

    LOCAL filmmaker Hopewell Chin’ono has approached the Supreme Court to appeal against a High Court ruling which ordered him to pay $3 000 to Peter Pasipamire who provided comments for his documentary titled Pain In My Heart.

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    Of fake promises at album launches

    FOR a long time, musicians have been left crying foul after some prominent businesspeople who would have promised to support them renege on their pledges.

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