• Pictures: Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors

    he tobacco selling season got off to a chaotic start as anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who were protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

    Tobacco farmers confront anti-riot police at the Boka tobacco auction floors over low tobacco prices.
  • Breaking : Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors

    Anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who are  protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

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  • Telecel shareholding saga rages on

    ONE of Telecel Zimbabwe’s shareholders, Magamba Echimurenga Housing Scheme, has waded into the company’s shareholding wrangle saying it never approved the proposed disposal of the telecommunications firm’s shares in Empowerment Corporation (EC) to Brainworks Capital Management.

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  • ‘Mujuru losing patience’

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s emotional, yet cool response to President Robert Mugabe’s allegations of witchcraft shows that she was losing patience and Zanu PF could implode if the unrestrained attacks continue, analysts have said.

    Dr Mai Joice Mujuru is her direct opposite: who is cool, calm, reserved, tolerant, objective and intelligently calculative of what is good or bad for Zimbabwe.
  • Mutasa, Gumbo sue Mugabe

    ZANU PF’s expelled long-serving members Didymus Mutasa (former secretary for administration) and Rugare Gumbo (former secretary for information) yesterday took President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF to court

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  • Pictures: Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors
    Tobacco farmers confront anti-riot police at the Boka tobacco auction floors over low tobacco prices.

    he tobacco selling season got off to a chaotic start as anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who were protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

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    Breaking : Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors

    Anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who are  protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

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    Attached ZOU cars accumulate $25 000 storage fees

    THE Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) vehicles attached by the Deputy Sheriff over a labour dispute three years ago have accumulated storage charges of around $25 000 at Ruby Auctioneers in Harare.

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    Telecel shareholding saga rages on

    ONE of Telecel Zimbabwe’s shareholders, Magamba Echimurenga Housing Scheme, has waded into the company’s shareholding wrangle saying it never approved the proposed disposal of the telecommunications firm’s shares in Empowerment Corporation (EC) to Brainworks Capital Management.

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    Cattle rustlers caught in the act

    TWO suspected cattle rustlers from Chitungwiza were recently caught red-handed skinning two beasts they had stolen from a Marondera farmer.

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    MDC-T, Zanu PF councillors clash over stand

    MDC-T Harare councillors have clashed with their Zanu PF counterparts over the allocation of a huge piece of commercial land to the ruling party’s MP for Harare South MP, Shadreck Mashayamombe.

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    Guard leaves 11,5kg of gold unattended

    A LEGAL wrangle between Redwing Mine and its security officer who was wrongly charged and fired way back in 2001 after he allegedly left 11,542kg of gold unattended

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    Jail breaker claims ill-treatment

    A CONVICT who broke out of Chinhoyi Prison last month before he was tracked down and rearrested told magistrate Nyasha Kature that his decision to skip the prison walls had been caused by the ill-treatment

  • Pictures: Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors
    Tobacco farmers confront anti-riot police at the Boka tobacco auction floors over low tobacco prices.

    he tobacco selling season got off to a chaotic start as anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who were protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

    Read more
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    HCCL closes recapitalisation deals

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) has successfully closed two capitalisation transactions worth $31,2 million with the company expected to take delivery of equipment by April as it moves towards the projected 450 000 tonnes monthly output.

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    BNC’s $20 million bond offer complete

    Mwana Africa subsidiary Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) has completed its $20 million bond issue, a key step towards the restart of the existing Bindura Smelter and Refinery.

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    Telecel stake not for sale — Mutasa

    Telecel local shareholders say their 40% stake in the mobile operator is not for sale and would approach President Robert Mugabe to ward off pressures to sell the stake to private equity and advisory firm, Brainworks Capital Management.

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    MasterCard launches cross-border remittance service in Zimbabwe

    MasterCard has partnered Steward Bank to make remittance services available to the bank’s more than 1,5 million account holders.

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    Zimra to configure devices, eyes informal sector

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) is set to launch a prudent way of configuring fiscal devices to record sales and other tax information on the read-only fiscal memory at the time of sale for use by tax authorities.

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    Alpha and Omega dairy plans to diversify production

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Alpha and Omega dairy company says it now plans to diversify into production of ice-creams and chocolates this month as it seeks to bring more competition into the market.

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    ZimTrade to launch rebranded export capacity building programme

    ZIMTRADE will this month launch its reviewed and rebranded export capacity building programme dubbed Marketing and Branding for International Competiveness in Mutare.

  • De Jonge out to revive Presidents Cup hopes
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    Zimbabwe’s top golfer Brendon de Jonge will be hoping for a strong performance at this week’s Puerto Rico Open to enhance his chances qualifying for the International Team to face the United States at the Presidents Cup in South Korea in October.

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    Whatmore blasts Zim players

    ZIMBABWE players for the first time saw the angry side of coach Dav Whatmore after they surrendered to a 20-run loss to Pakistan in their Group B clash of the current ICC Cricket World Cup in Brisbane on Sunday.

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    Caps United face Big Bullets

    CAPS United will be aiming to upstage Malawian football champions Big Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium this afternoon in the Zambezi Cup Challenge despite a looming goalkeeping crisis

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    Quality field expected for Zim Open

    ZIMBABWE Open Golf Committee (ZOGC) secretary Mike Mahachi expects another star-studded field for this year’s edition of the country’s flagship golf tournament to be held at the picturesque Royal Harare Golf Club next month.

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    Zimbabwe game ‘now big’ for Ireland

    CANBERRA — Captain William Porterfield says Ireland will now focus on Saturday’s game against Zimbabwe after yesterday’s cricket World Cup hammering by South Africa.

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    Harare City seek sponsors, change logo

    HARARE CITY Football Club are engaging companies to bankroll the ambitious Premiership side for the 2015 season with the city fathers insisting there will be no excuses for failure as the team has a competent executive, technical team and players.

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    Black can be Zim’s trump card in Davis Cup tie

    WAYNE Black might have surprised some by his decision to come out of retirement at the age of 41, but could well be the joker in the pack for the Zimbabwe Davis Cup tennis team

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    Zifa assembly backs Dube

    ZIFA vice-president Omega Sibanda says the assembly and the board are fully behind their leader Cuthbert Dube following the extraordinary meeting held in Harare last Friday.

  • Idols comes to Zimbabwe
    Police band showcasing their dance talent during the graduation ceremony at Ntabazinduna depot. Picture by Resta Nyamwanza

    ZIMBABWEAN talent will finally be getting the recognition it deserves with the acquisition of the Idols and Got Talent franchise by a local company.
    Kenako Media announced this week that they have bought a licence from the franchise owners, Fremantle Media and Syco TV.

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    Mamombe sets sights higher

    HER voice has become a common feature in Zimbabwean households, but Martha Mamombe dreams even bigger.

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    Tytan comes out of grooming with new track, Faka

    ABRA Tribe has started 2015 on fire with yet another upbeat track titled Faka by Njabulo Nkomo, better known as Tytan, in collaboration with Donald Kanyuchi set for official release on Friday.

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    University lecturer urges parents to support theatre

    MIDLANDS State University (MSU) head of Film and Theatre Arts Ephraim Vhutuza has urged parents to encourage and support their children to take up theatre arts seriously.

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    Being albino no limit for Jaffres

    BEING born an albino for Jaffres Mhurushomana was most difficult as he had to endure segregation from his peers.

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    Nox, Jah Prayzah storm local airwaves

    POPULAR urban groover Enock “Nox” Guni’s new Gumbo Mudoro single featuring award-winning mbira fusion artiste Jah Prayzah which has won the hearts of many already is set to hit all local radio stations.

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    Another full house for Mafikizolo/Zahara?

    ORGANISERS of the upcoming Zahara/Mafikizolo show scheduled for Friday at the Harare International Conference Centre have said they anticipate another full house for the show.

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    Chiguvare restores sober gospel music

    ZIMBABWEAN gospel music is currently going through a difficult dispensation that has left many gospel artistes in the doldrums.

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