• Pictures:Highlanders vs Chicken Inn

    HIGHLANDERS goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda’s stoppage time boob gave Chicken Inn all three points and condemned Bosso coach Bongani Mafu to deep trouble as his future at the club could be decided by this performance.

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  • Sibanda howler leaves Mafu on the brink

    HIGHLANDERS goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda’s stoppage time boob gave Chicken Inn all three points and condemned Bosso coach Bongani Mafu to deep trouble as his future at the club could be decided by this performance.

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  • ‘I am not a Zanu PF hitman’

    THE name Fidelis Fengu (FF) has been linked to several Zanu PF dirty games including mysterious deaths of senior party politicians — among them retired army General Solomon Mujuru and ex-Mines minister Edward Chindori-Chininga.

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  • Chapungu complete double over Caps

    CAPS UNITED failed to utilise numerical advantage after they succumbed to 10-men Chapungu, a result that might plunge the technical team led by Mark Mathe into trouble.

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  • Chitiyo inspires DeMbare

    RONALD “Rooney” Chitiyo decided a tough contest with a fabulous goal in referee’s optional time as Dynamos saw off How Mine in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Rufaro yesterday.

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  • ‘I am not a Zanu PF hitman’
    Fidelis Fengu

    THE name Fidelis Fengu (FF) has been linked to several Zanu PF dirty games including mysterious deaths of senior party politicians — among them retired army General Solomon Mujuru and ex-Mines minister Edward Chindori-Chininga.

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  • Auxillia Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa warns lazy, bossy civil servants

    CHIRUMANZU-ZIBAGWE legislator Auxilia Mnangagwa has threatened to flush out ‘bossy and lazy’ civil servants from her constituency and recommend their expulsion from the Civil Service Commission.

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    Africa’s richest businessman jets in today

    AFRICA and Nigeria’s richest businessman, Aliko Dangote, is set to land at the Harare International Airport today on a two-day visit where he is expected to seal several business deals and probably breathe a new lease of life into the country’s comatose economy.

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    Zanu PF grabs Youth Council seats

    Zanu PF youths last week grabbed all the seven contested posts at the Zimbabwe Youth Council, raising fears that all future government-funded youth developmental projects would be implemented in a partisan manner.

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    Mnangagwa plots Mugabe exit

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has subtly positioned himself as President Robert Mugabe’s sole successor, citing his long working relationship with the 91-year-old veteran Zanu PF politician, but warned that it was not automatic.

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    Gamatox, Weevils rub shoulders

    MEMBERS of rival Zanu PF camps, commonly referred to as Gamatox and Weevils, last Friday rubbed shoulders as they ostensibly sought divine intervention to end their feud during an all-night crusade organised by Emmanuel Makandiwa’s United Family Interdenominational Church (UFIC) at the National Sports Stadium in Harare.

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    Mangoma pledges compensation for Gukurahundi, Murambatsvina

    RENEWAL Democrats of Zimbabwe leader Elton Mangoma, has pledged financial compensation for all victims of Zanu PF misrule dating back to the Gukurahundi era, Murambatsvina displacements and launch of the land reform, once his three-month-old party has won the 2018 elections.

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    Makandiwa curses three people amid miracles

    UNITED Family Interdenominational Church (UFIC)’s Judgment Night 3 event held at the National Sports Stadium on Friday had its own thrills and dreary moments, battering, curses and miracles.

  • Support local products: Buy Zimbabwe
    A customer shopping inside Borrowdale TM

    Buy Zimbabwe in partnership with a number of companies has embarked on a consumer engagement drive to create demand for the locally manufactured goods meant to unlock the potential of the local industry.

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  • FBC BANK
    FBC after tax profit up by 22%

    FBC Holdings has recorded a 22,3% growth in after-tax to $8,2 million for the half-year-ended June 30 2015 despite the group’s reduced risk appetite in a market characterised by high interest rates and high risk of default.

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    Hyundai records increase in sales

    Hyundai had a slight uptick in sales for the month of July with 24 vehicles which helped increase market share by 0,2% year on year amid a dip in motor industry.

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    Limitations of detecting procurement corruption

    Controls in public procurement requires that decisions are done by committees to manage abuse of discretion.

  • afdis
    Afdis records 5% growth in revenue

    ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange-listed alcoholic beverage maker, African Distillers Limited (Afdis) has recorded a 5% growth in revenue to $25 million for the year ended June 30 2015 due to increased volumes, value chain cost reduction activities and the depreciating rand.

  • Mike Bimha
    Ministers to take advantage of London investment forum

    ZIMBABWEAN ministers will use an investment forum in London next month to articulate a framework for joint ventures and allay fears of investors on indigenisation legislation, the organisers have said.

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    ZimParks introduces online booking system

    THE Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) is in the process of introducing an online booking system allowing clients to process bookings via the internet.

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    Turnall profits up on cost-savings

    Turnall Holdings Limited has posted a gross profit of $3 million in the half-year-ended June 30 2015, which is 254% up from the same period last year due to better overhead recovery and procurement savings initiatives.

  • FC Platinum extend good run
    Dejected FC Platinum twins Kelvin and Elvis Moyo, and Thabani Kamusoko talk to team coach Norman Mapeza after their loss to Dynamos.

    TRIANGLE’s title chase suffered another blow when they lost to FC Platinum, who stay on course to challenge for honours, at Gibbo Stadium yesterday.

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  • Caps United Fugo Antonio striker has the ball under control as Dongo Sawmills Coutinho Dion defends at the National Sports Stadium yesterday
    Dongo register third win

    DONGO Sawmill recorded their third Caste Lager Premier Soccer League win of the current campaign when they accounted for visiting Tsholotsho at Vengere Stadium.

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    Buffaloes too good for Flame Lilly

    BUFFALOES boosted their chances of avoiding relegation from the Castle lager Premier League when they beat fellow strugglers Flame Lilly at Sakubva yesterday.

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    Sibanda howler leaves Mafu on the brink

    HIGHLANDERS goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda’s stoppage time boob gave Chicken Inn all three points and condemned Bosso coach Bongani Mafu to deep trouble as his future at the club could be decided by this performance.

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    Chapungu complete double over Caps

    CAPS UNITED failed to utilise numerical advantage after they succumbed to 10-men Chapungu, a result that might plunge the technical team led by Mark Mathe into trouble.

  • RONALD CHITIYO
    Chitiyo inspires DeMbare

    RONALD “Rooney” Chitiyo decided a tough contest with a fabulous goal in referee’s optional time as Dynamos saw off How Mine in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at Rufaro yesterday.

  • MBABANE, SWAZILAND - MAY 06: Mark Williams during day 1 of the Investec Royal Swazi Open at Royal Swazi Sun Country Club on May 06, 2015 in Mbabane, Swaziland. (EDITORS NOTE: For free editorial use. Not available for sale. No commercial usage.) (Photo by Petri Oeschger/Sunshine Tour/Gallo Images)
    Williams shoots career-low round of 62

    ZIMBABWEAN golfer Mark Williams shot his lowest score as a professional, a sizzling 62 to record a season-best second-place finish in the Sun Wild Coast Sun Challenge played out in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa yesterday.

  • Kudakwashe Musharu of How Mine (in white) charges towards goal under attention from Gerald Ndlovu  of Hwange in a match played at Luveve Stadium yesterday
    Hwange seek to steer clear of relegation dogfight

    Hwange continue their bid to steer clear of the relegation dogfight when they host Harare City in a Castle Lager Premier league match at the Colliery tomorrow.

  • Jazz, poetry concert on cards
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    STUNNING Jazz vocalist Eve Kawadza will on Thursday perform together with top poet Batsirai Chigama at Alliance Française during a concert dubbed Jazz Sunk Poetry to be hosted by the German Society in Harare.

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  • Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo
    Activist pens daring Grace Mugabe book

    A KWEKWE-BASED human rights defender and democracy activist Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo (28) has penned a scathing book that traces First Lady Grace Mugabe’s rise to power and its implications on the ruling Zanu PF party.

  • Davido on stage
    Davido show draws huge crowd

    THE overwhelming number of gigs lined up for this past weekend – including American RnB stars Toni Braxton and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds on Friday – did not damper Nigerian artist Davido’s Saturday night performance which witnessed a bumper crowd.

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    Zim’s first visually impaired actress emerges

    EDITH Masango (24) has made history by being Zimbabwe’s first visually-impaired person to defy her handicap and take up acting after she was featured as Jane in a short film, The Colour of Blood, which will most likely be screened at this year’s Zimbabwe International Film Festival.

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    Bonnie Deuschle launches album

    MUSIC minister Bonnie Deuschle and Celebration Choir on Saturday night launched their much-awaited album, One True Lord, at the Celebration Church during the Relocate60Concert that saw thousands of people from all walks of life thronging the venue to witness the launch.

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    Gospel shows illuminate Byo, Gwanda

    ALL roads tonight lead to Hartsfield sports ground Bulawayo where the South African Afro pop star Dan Tshanda will be performing.

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    The Monkey Nuts in European tour

    LOCAL alternative Hip-Hop music outfit, The Monkey Nuts, who released their debut album Boombap Idiophonics earlier this year have left for a European tour which will see them perform in Norway and France.

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    Zimdancehall meets Urban grooves at Summer Fest

    The Zimdancehall, urban grooves debate is about to be put to a litmus test when BodySlam hosts a Summer Festival at the Waterwhirld

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