• Defiant Mutsvangwa blasts Mugabe
    Christopher-Mutsvangwa

    ZIMBABWE is in danger of a civil insurrection if the persecution of former freedom fighters and hate language is not curtailed, Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) chairperson, Christopher Mutsvangwa has warned.

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  • The Doma people live in a semi-wild state, with no access to appropriate shelter
    The Doma people’s pain of neglect, abandonment

    IN the midst of the thick bushes, a series of randomly scattered homesteads of thatch and pole structures stick out like a sore thumb in this apparently wild environment.

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    MP implicated in house demolitions

    Eyestone settlers yesterday accused Harare South MP and Zanu PF provincial political commissar Shadreck Mashayamombe of being behind the demolition of houses built by members of Mvurachenachena Housing Co-operative.

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    US officials equate Mugabe to Trump

    TWO senior United States officials have compared President Robert Mugabe’s weird nature to that of that country’s Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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    Mahiya remanded in custody

    Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association secretary for information and publicity Douglas Mahiya (61) yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court on charges of undermining the authority of the President. Mahiya was remanded in custody to today for bail application.

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    Crowhill Properties get Supreme Court reprieve

    The Supreme Court yesterday granted Crowhill Properties relief to enforce a High Court judgment to evict war veteran Adwell Chiminya from Borrowdale’s Remainder of Echo farm.

  • Suspended Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana arriving at the Harare Magistrates’ Court
    Tomana a flight risk: PG’s Office

    The Prosecutor-General (PG’s) Office has urged the High Court to dismiss an application by suspended PG Johannes Tomana seeking bail and surety refund, saying he intended to flee the jurisdiction of the country’s courts.

  • Girls playing netball as a way of promoting peace and tolerance
    HZT peace platforms bring peace, development

    MUTASA – Zimbabwe’s history is laden with cases of politically-motivated violence emanating from lack of tolerance for divergent views and ideologies among some sections of society.

  • Mangudya seeks support on bond notes
    Reserve-Bank-Governor-John-Mangudya-speaking-at-the-Monetory-Policy-at-Reserve-Bank-Of-Zimbabwe-yesterday

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya yesterday urged citizens and industry to come up with an independent body to monitor the bond notes if they were sceptical of government motives. (more…)

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  • Minister of Industry and Commerce Mike Bimha
    Govt secures funding for leather, beef

    GOVERNMENT is set to implement a $2,3 million African Private Sector Assistance Fund aimed at developing the leather and beef value chain in Matabeleland region, an official has said. (more…)

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    CBZ unveils $11,4m housing project

    CBZ Holdings has unveiled a $11,4 million housing project in Victoria Falls as it steps up efforts to provide low-cost housing. (more…)

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    Audit key in improving accountability

    Audit plays a critical role in improving transparency and accountability in the public and private sectors, a key pillar in the ease of doing business, the Institute of Chartered Accountants Zimbabwe (Icaz) has said. (more…)

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    Engage Zimbabwe on import ban: Comesa

    The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) says it will not intervene in resolving the impasse created by an “import ban” imposed by Zimbabwe, urging member states to engage on bilateral grounds. (more…)

  • Stuart Comberbach
    Govt urged to address corporate governance failures

    GOVERNMENT should put in place mechanisms to address corporate governance failures in State enterprises and parastatals to ensure such anomalies do not recur, an official has said.

  • Information, Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    GetCash launches mobile money app

    GETCASH has launched the GetCash Wallet, a mobile phone application that allows users to make transactions at no charge.

  • Mike-Bimha
    Govt set to revive Dimaf

    GOVERNMENT has promised to resurrect an industry revival fund and make it more accessible, as it moves to rescue ailing industries.

  • Pictures: Copa Coca-Cola tourney
    School children in Coca Cola shirts march into the Pelandaba stadium before the final matches in Gwanda

    View pictures of the Copa Coca-Cola Under-16 boys football tournament held in Gwanda last week. (more…)

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    Zim in day one collapse

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team made a mess of their return to Test cricket after a 19-month absence, staggering to a first inning total of 164 all out in their first of two Tests against New Zealand at Queens Sports Club yesterday. (more…)

  • Warriors celebrating their win at National Sports Stadium yesterday
    ‘Warriors dark horses for 2017 Gabon Afcon’

    MAMELODI Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has backed the Warriors to impress at next year’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Gabon, tipping them to win the tournament. (more…)

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    Big blow for Caps United

    CAPS United were yesterday dealt a huge blow after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) announced the suspension of their star defender Stephen Makatuka (pictured), who will miss the team’s blockbuster clash against Highlanders set for the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. (more…)

  • Graeme Cremer
    Update: Zim four down at lunch

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team has been left in a spot of bother after losing four wickets in the first session of their first Test against New Zealand on day one in front of a sparsely populated Queens Sports Club.

  • Highlanders striker, Bruce Kangwa works his way past Caps United defender, Justice Jangano in a match played at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo
    Bosso’s wasted chance

    HIGHLANDERS were left to rue a missed opportunity to go top of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League log table after they were held by visiting Triangle at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday, in a match that never reached top gear.

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    DeMbare target Sadiki

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League giants Dynamos are on the verge of signing former TP Mazembe forward Ali Sadiki (pictured) as well as ex-Highlanders and WhaWha centre back Marshall Machazani in a bid to beef up the squad before the close of the transfer window on Sunday. (more…)

  • Chitembwe
    Caps United set to sign Sibanda

    Former FC Platinum forward Stephen Sibanda is set to sign for Caps United after impressing coach Lloyd Chitembwe. (more…)

  • Witnesses in debut ZIBF exhibition
    Jehovah’s Witnesses official John Hunguka (left) chatting to Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora as the minister toured the JW stand at the official opening of Zimbabwe International Book Fair at Harare Gardens on Wednesday

    JEHOVAH’S Witnesses (JW) spokesperson John Hunguka yesterday commended the Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF) for affording authors and publishers an opportunity to showcase their publications. The Witnesses are exhibiting at the ZIBF for the first time this year.

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  • Togarepi Chivaviro
    Chivaviro’s talent search programme boost

    THE newly-established talent identification exercise meant to seek out and expose hidden music talent in the rural areas has received a major boost after a local church donated a vehicle to be used for the programme.

  • Lazarus Dokora
    Dokora warns schools over piracy

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora on Wednesday issued a stern warning to schools which were abetting the scourge of piracy through the illegal mass reproduction of books they used to circumvent costs, while prejudicing book producers. (more…)

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    Foreign exhibitor in tiff with Zimra

    A SOUTH AFRICAN exhibitor at this year’s edition of Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF), Nel Bisseru of Vuga Publishers and Book Distribution, has lamented local customs laws and appealed for government’s intervention in future when exhibitors are bringing their exhibition material. (more…)

  • Kebualemang Hove
    New gospel artiste ropes in Mhere

    EMERGING gospel artiste, Kebualemang Hove, has enlisted the services of Mathias Mhere to give a cutting edge to her debut 10-track album, Kudzoyashe, launched this week.

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    Mhere ropes in Zvirekwi on DVD

    GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere has enlisted the services of Zimbabwe national team and Caps United football player, Hardlife Zvirekwi on his forthcoming Double Double DVD album set to be launched in Harare’s central business district on August 4. (more…)

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    Mudzvova speaks on censorship

    AWARD winning actor, Sylvanos Mudzvova, who was recently in Norway for the Bergen Afro Arts Festival, said Zimbabwe’s censorship laws were archaic and draconian compared to other progressive societies. (more…)

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    Chinodya converts epic novel into play

    SHIMMER Chinodya (pictured), an award-winning author of international repute, will this Thursday launch a stage play titled Harvest of Thorns Classic at Theatre in the park in Harare. The play is based on his Commonwealth Prize-winning blockbuster novel, Harvest of Thorns. (more…)

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