• Rescind national pledge: Church leaders

    Five church leaders in Harare yesterday led a protest march in the city centre, demanding government’s rescission of the national pledge imposed by Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora in May.

    Lazarus Dokora
  • Govt offers $100 advance salary

    GOVERNMENT yesterday tabled a $100 advance salary offer to each of its unpaid civil servants, as it moved to avert a crippling strike over delayed June wages, and insisted that the balances would only be paid next month as Treasury coffers were dry.

    Priscah Mupfumira
  • Lloyd of the wins

    Eight weeks ago, Dynamos were the laughing stock of Zimbabwean football, languishing closer to Border Strikers at the bottom of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

    Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa
  • Mujuru not yet off the hook: Moyo

    ZANU PF politburo member and Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has warned that former Vice-President Joice Mujuru could still be dragged to court for offences she allegedly committed during her tenure as a government official.

    Jonathan Moyo
  • Judge sues house owner over contract breach

    NEWLY-APPOINTED Harare High Court judge, Justice Nyaradzo Munangati Manongwa, has approached the courts seeking to compel a Harare man, transfer a house, which she purchased through Homelink (Private) Limited in November last year, to her.

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  • Rescind national pledge: Church leaders
    Lazarus Dokora

    Five church leaders in Harare yesterday led a protest march in the city centre, demanding government’s rescission of the national pledge imposed by Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora in May.

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  • Priscah Mupfumira
    Govt offers $100 advance salary

    GOVERNMENT yesterday tabled a $100 advance salary offer to each of its unpaid civil servants, as it moved to avert a crippling strike over delayed June wages, and insisted that the balances would only be paid next month as Treasury coffers were dry.

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    Activist threatens to burn Rainbow Towers

    NATIONAL Vendors’ Union of Zimbabwe leader, Stern Zvorwadza, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with threatening to torch Rainbow Towers Hotel in protest over Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s continued stay at the facility.

  • Jonathan Moyo
    Mujuru not yet off the hook: Moyo

    ZANU PF politburo member and Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo has warned that former Vice-President Joice Mujuru could still be dragged to court for offences she allegedly committed during her tenure as a government official.

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    Police arrest 30 Byo protestors

    POLICE yesterday arrested at least 30 Bulawayo youths protesting against grinding poverty and joblessness they blamed on President Robert Mugabe’s government.

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    Resist political manipulation, youths urged

    LOCAL pressure group, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC), has urged youths to guard against being manipulated and used as cannon fodder by greedy politicians who then dump them soon after achieving their goals.

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    Judge sues house owner over contract breach

    NEWLY-APPOINTED Harare High Court judge, Justice Nyaradzo Munangati Manongwa, has approached the courts seeking to compel a Harare man, transfer a house, which she purchased through Homelink (Private) Limited in November last year, to her.

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    NPA defends recruitment of army personnel

    THE National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has defended the employment of soldiers at the authority, saying this was dues to staff shortages.

  • Cresta Group recognised
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    TRIPADVISOR has awarded Cresta Group three certificates of excellence in recognition of the positive impact of its guest feedback programme.

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    RBZ crafts deposit-taking law

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has crafted draft guidelines to regulate Deposit-Taking Microfinance Institutions (DTMFI) and invited stakeholders to input into the document before its adoption.

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    Dawn Properties post $1,4m revenue

    DAWN Properties posted revenue of $1,4 million for the period January to June 2016 down 27,1% from the same period last year due to low occupancies.

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    TelOne revenue declines by 17%

    TelOne saw its revenue declining by 16,9% in the five months to May at 49,4 million from the comparable period last year attributed to a decline in voice revenue on the back of the harsh economic environment.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    New Bill to empower SPB

    GOVERNMENT will convert the State Procurement Board (SPB) into a regulatory authority to facilitate systems and oversight concerning procurement in the country.

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    Manage internal lead time effectively

    THE tender evaluation process is meant to select the offer that meets the tendering requirements and having submitted the lowest cost.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Cash crisis impedes grain imports: GMAZ

    THE Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) is set to hold a meeting with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) over Telegraphic Transfer (TT) delays which have affected imports posing a threat to the food security situation.

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    AirZim holds CEO interviews

    Troubled Air Zimbabwe intensified its search for a substantive chief executive officer after interviewing five shortlisted candidates on Wednesday.

  • Lloyd of the wins
    Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa

    Eight weeks ago, Dynamos were the laughing stock of Zimbabwean football, languishing closer to Border Strikers at the bottom of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

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    We lack quality: Bosso coach

    Highlanders coach Erol Akbay is skeptical of his team’s chances of winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title despite sitting at the top of the table after a good start to the 11 matches they have played this season.

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    Zhuwawo in good shape for Olympics

    BATTLE-HARDENED Olympian, Wirimayi Zhuwawo says he is in good shape ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics, despite coming fifth in the Tanganda Tea half marathon in Mutare at the weekend.

  • Simba Nhivi celebrates after scoring Caps United’s first goal against Bulawayo City at the National Sports Stadium in Harare yesterday
    Nhivi strikes again

    CAPS United’s title push remained on course after overcoming a battling Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

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    Mutare City Rovers stun Hwange

    Hwange FC were left stunned after losing to new boys Mutare City Rovers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the Colliery Stadium yesterday.

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    Highlanders press on

    ADRIAN Silla scored his first goal for Highlanders to help the Bulawayo giants record their first Castle Lager Premier Soccer League win over ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday to maintain pole position on the table.

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    Heartbreak for Lock brothers

    Zimbabwe tennis high-flying brothers, Benjamin and Courtney Lock, failed to make it two titles in as many weeks after they lost in straights sets to top seeds Hugo NYS and Andrea Vavassori in the ITF F1 Futures tournament doubles final and Harare Sports Club 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
    How Mine snatch point against Chapungu

    HOW MINE striker Kuda Musharu scored five minutes from full-time as the miners rescued a point against Chapungu in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Ascot yesterday.

  • Chinese Kung Fu troupe jets in for Zim performance
    Chinese Henan Art Troupe

    CELEBRATED Chinese Henan Art Troupe is expected in the country this Sunday ahead of their maiden performance in Zimbabwe on July 4, at a concert dubbed Night of Chinese Kung Fu set for Celebration Centre.

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    Artists play a pivotal role in society

    DIRECTOR of Yamurai Arts production Raphel Yobe said artists play a pivotal role in expressing issues that affect society and they must be respected for that cause in their communities.

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    Riot police for Ntando comedy show

    TWO-time National Arts Merit Awards nominee, Ntando Van Moyo of Umahlekisa Comedy Club, is set to take the current debates on bond notes and Zimbabwe International Football Association’s (Zifa) name change to the stage in a one-man show at Rainbow Hotel in Bulawayo this Saturday.

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    Artists light up Shakespeare’s commemorations

    ARTISTS from different genres lit up the 400th Shakespeare commemorations dubbed Mix the Play Harare held at the British Council in Harare at the weekend as part of Shakespeare Lives, an unprecedented global programme of events and activities marking the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death.

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    Mahachi to release video

    GOSPEL artiste Tatenda Mahachi is set to release a video of the song Usacheme, off his latest album, Declarations, which was shot in Durban and Dubai last month.

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    Tumbuka eyes new dance season

    HIGHLY acclaimed international dance outfit, Tumbuka Contemporary Dance Company is set to execute the return of the Dark Swan dance as part of the Nhaka Tumbuka dance season scheduled to run from June 29 to 30.

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    Waddilove choir wins choral competition

    WADDILOVE High School choir shrugged off stiff competition from eight other choirs to win this year’s second edition of Zimbabwe College of Music (ZCM) choral music competition on Saturday.

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    Zim wraps up arts and culture report

    NATIONAL Arts Council of Zimbabwe director Elvas Mari, said they have completed the validation process of the quadrennial report for the Unesco’s 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions in Zimbabwe.

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