• Mnangagwa is a small boy — Tsvangirai

    OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday took a swipe at Vice-President Emmerson Mnangangwa describing him as a “small boy” with no political clout to challenge for the Presidency.

  • Zanu PF chickens out of by-elections

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party has reportedly chickened out of another potentially expensive round of parliamentary by-elections and instead resorted to “phony suspensions” of “rebel” party officials who under normal circumstances would have been expelled and recalled from Parliament, NewsDay has learnt.

    President Robert Mugabe gives addresses thousands of party supporters at the Harare
  • Tsholotsho hold Dynamos

    DYNAMOS coach David Mandigora was subjected to verbal abuse by a section of the team’s supporters as Tsholotsho laid an ambush on the champions in a goalless Castle Lager Premiership football match at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

    A relieved Dynamos coach, David Mandigora, leaves the stadium a ' happy man' after his team won 1-0 over FC Platinum.
  • Financial blues stall Sabhuku Vharazipi’s third project

    A few years ago, David Mubaiwa became a household name after featuring as Sabhuku Vharazipi in the hilarious comic drama Sabhuku Vharazipi.

  • Fastjet on recruitment drive

    FASTJET Zimbabwe, the country’s upcoming low-cost airline, has embarked on a recruitment drive as it prepares for its maiden flight.

  • Employees take Star Africa to court over salaries

    WORKERS at Star Africa Holdings subsidiaries Highfield Bag and Polyfilm Plastics have taken their parent company to the High Court after going for over one-and-a-half years without pay following the sale of the two entities to a company called Mahshe Investments (Private) Ltd.

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    Mnangagwa is a small boy — Tsvangirai

    OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday took a swipe at Vice-President Emmerson Mnangangwa describing him as a “small boy” with no political clout to challenge for the Presidency.

  • Journalist Itai Dzamara lies on the ground after he and nine other demonstrators were bashed by anti- riot police following their Occupy Africa Unity Square demonstration in Harare last November.
    Uphold rule of law, govt urged

    AS the continent celebrated Africa Day yesterday, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) urged the government to adhere to the rule of law and address injustices that have been prevailing in the country.

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    Are children’s rights infringing on parental obligations?

    A group of teenagers aged between 15 and 19 are huddled in a corner comforting their friend as tears of frustration stream down his cheeks. The youngsters chatter as they imbibe pernicious liquor famed for speedily inducing maniac behaviour.

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    SRC should zip it up!

    SO the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has decided to raise its voice over the Zimbabwe national cricket team’s tour of Pakistan?

  • Hucknall Central Councillors Lachlan Morrison and Nicolle Ndiweni
    Zim woman is UK town’s first black councillor

    BORN and raised in rural Karoi, Zimbabwe, United Kingdom-based Nicolle Ndiweni was on May 7 elected as the first black councillor of Hucknall on the Ashfield District Council, UK.

  • Shingirayi primary school children in Mbare could not hide their smiles during break time on the first day of the first term yesterday
    Grade 7 performance ranking system questioned

    STAKEHOLDERS in the education sector have described the schools’ Grade 7 performance ranking system as unfair and misleading, adding that it also promoted malpractices in teaching practices.

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    State urged to amend laws to safeguard rights

    The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has called for more substantive amendments to the General Laws Amendment Bill to ensure enjoyment of social rights and children’s rights as stipulated in the Constitution.

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    Marvellous Nakamba

    ZIMBABWE international Marvellous Nakamba (pictured) saw his Dutch top-flight football side Vitesse reach the final of the Europa League playoffs on Sunday after they drew 1-1 with PEC Zwolle to go through 3-2 on aggregate.

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    Near-wins frustrate Zim players

    THE Zimbabwe national cricket team members are frustrated with their continued failure to grasp winning opportunities often falling narrowly short despite claiming big scalps, but are focused on putting that right when they square up with Pakistan at the Gaddafi Stadium in the first one-day international

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    Jere sings Phiri’s praises

    NEW Caps United owner Farai Jere has heaped praise on Twine Phiri after the duo sealed a deal for the takeover of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side by the Harare businessman.

  • Young warriors captain Wisdom Mutasa (C) celebrates his goal against Cameroon as fellow players join in at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
    Young Warriors on the brink

    THE Young Warriors will need to be at full strength if they are entertaining any chance of knocking out Swaziland in the second round, second leg tie at Somhlolo Stadium in Mbabane this Sunday after opening tie ended goalless at Rufaro.

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    Football will not rot: Langa

    SPORT, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa has said he will not allow football to rot in the country through unnecessary divisions that are haunting the country’s mother football body Zifa.

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    Dynamos date Tsholotsho

    THE very first time Tsholotsho were at Rufaro Stadium, they caused quite a stir as they shocked Harare City in the opening match of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League life.

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    Wasteful Warriors!

    Zimbabwe was made to pay dearly for its shoddy preparations for their Caf Under-23 Championships qualifiers after being held to a goalless draw by Swaziland in a second round, first leg encounter at Rufaro Stadium in Harare yesterday.

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    Zimbabwe lose to Pakistan again

    HOSTS Pakistan inflicted agony on Zimbabwe when they held their nerves to claim a two-wicket victory in a thrillingly contested second and final cricket T20 match which went all the way to the last three balls at Gaddafi Stadium here last night.

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