• #AMHVoices:Kombi operators hard done by corrupt cops

    By way of background, I am a duly registered and licensed commuter omnibus operator plying the City-Chitungwiza route.

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    ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube resigns ahead of meeting called to dismiss him

    ZIFA President Cuthbert Dube effectively jumped before being pushed after calling it quits late Friday night ahead of the association’s extra-ordinary general assembly meeting set for Saturday at Zifa Village in Mt Hampden.

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    Brother-in-law killer sentence deferred

    Sentence in the case in which a 17-year-old Silobela woman fatally stabbed her brother-in-law with a kitchen knife following an argument was postponed to next Monday.

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    Harare International Carnival grows bigger, better

    The Harare International Carnival is a week-long annual festival that encompasses a series of events and festivities. It is aimed at advancing the arts, culture and heritage of Zimbabwe as well as uniting the populace.

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    Council police accused of brutality during house demolitions

    Harare residents on Friday told the mayor Bernard Manyenyeni, how they were brutally assaulted by municipal police officers when their houses were demolished on Wednesday.

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    Create your own space, youths told

    Young people should create their own space, where they galvanise their voices and develop strategies to engage so that they become key drivers in decision-making processes, Empowerment and Transformation Trust (YETT) director Lucy Mazingi has said.

    Parly boss spends 2 years in hotel

    More government officials are living in hotels, as it emerged this week that Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Mabel Chinomona had clocked more than two years, yet another case of government money being wasted on top officials’ accommodation, while Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko is edging close to 300 days.

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    WhatsApp profile picture betrays thieving conductor

    A 16-YEAR-OLD kombi conductor was yesterday convicted of stealing a cellphone after the gadget’s owner reported him to police after identifying his image through a WhatsApp profile picture.

  • Zimref raises $50m, falls short of target

    A TOTAL of $50 million has been raised under a fund to strengthen Zimbabwe’s reconstruction and development,but it still falls far short of targets,

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    Tourist arrivals up 7%

    Tourist arrivals in the first half of the year grew by 7% to 930 276 driven by the rise in mainland Africa, although the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) believes the number could be higher if cumbersome Visa processes are removed.

    Zimra detects drugs worth $1m

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) mobile scanners have detected illegal drugs worth over $1 million and recorded 1 911 cases, the revenue collector has said. (more…)

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    WFDR targets $12m by year end

    Willis Faber Dumas and Rowand (WFDR) Risk Services is targeting $12 million in revenue by year-end through introducing insurance products and services to the informal market.

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    Govt protectionist policy spurs industry revival

    Government policies, which have been introduced in the past six months to protect local manufacturers from cheap imports, have revived many Bulawayo companies.

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    How franchising can benefit SMEs

    Financing of small business is a big challenge and one of the innovative ways in which a small business can gain recognition is through pursuing a franchising model. But what is franchising and how can it benefit players in the SME sector?

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    Harare council to expedite business licensing

    The Harare City Council is streamlining business licensing processes, with the aim of speeding business registration procedures to promote the city as a viable investment destination.

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    Abattoirs, butcheries bear brunt of power shortages

    Massive power outages in the country have hit hard on local abattoirs as butcheries have cut down on uptake due to electricity unreliability, an industry official has said.

  • Zimbabwe to host Afghanistan in Bulawayo

    ZIMBABWE will host Afghanistan in Bulawayo for a cricket tour that comprises five one-day internationals (ODIs) and two Twenty20 matches.

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    Chibuku semis feté:Mandava explodes

    FROM a field of 16 teams, only four remain in the hunt for this season’s Chibuku Super Cup, as Dynamos, Harare City, Chapungu and ZPC Kariba, all converge on Mandava Stadium for this weekend’s semi-finals.

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    History beckons for Mighty Warriors

    MIGHTY Warriors have a golden opportunity to become the first Zimbabwean football team to reach the Olympics finals when they face Cameroon in a 2016 Rio Olympics final round qualifier in Yaoundé today.

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    Kadurira speaks on title

    IT seems to be a question of when rather than if Ngezi Platinum wins the Northern Region Division One title and their coach Clifton Kadurira is a man in a hurry as he looks to wrap up the championship as soon as possibl

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    PSL beckons for Bulawayo City

    BULAWAYO City are close to clinching the sole ticket to play in the top-flight league next season, but they have Black Boots to account for when the two sides clash at Fairbridge in a Southern Region Soccer League match tomorrow.

    Border Strikers out to maintain lead

    CENTRAL REGION Division One log leaders Border Strikers hope to maintain their twelve-point lead at the summit of the standings when they visit ZETDC in Gweru on tomorrow

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    Don’t practice penalty taking: Mangwiro

    HARARE City coach Taurai Mangwiro says he doesn’t believe in practicing penalty taking before a match.

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    Total Football embarks on talent identification

    TOTAL Football Academy has embarked on an ambitious talent identification programme that will see them giving a chance to as many aspiring football players across the country to showcase their talent.

  • Shoko festival organisers fail to pay artistes

    ORGANISERS of the recently held fifth edition of Shoko Festival have come under fire from some of the performing artistes, amid reports they are yet to receive their dues.

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    Waddilove teacher on third album

    WADDILOVE High school teacher Patrick Nyahwo, who leads the four-man band Chimbichehorwe Express, has released his third album, Ari Mandiri Mukuru.

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    Weekend Outing

    The Harare International Conference Centre main auditorium tonight hosts the belated commemorations to mark World Tourism Day. The concert is free.

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    Uncertainty clouds Chiedza’s ashes repatriation

    THE body of Chiedza Brown – the teenage daughter to the late iconic musicians Andy Brown and Chiwoniso Maraire — was cremated ast week in Texas in the United States, amid indications that relatives in Harare have been kept in the dark about the funeral arrangements.

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    Tin Tin’s ‘miracle’ baby

    POPULAR actress Tinopona Mapereke Katsande, popularly known as Tin Tin is now a mother inspite, suffering from endometriosis, a gynaecological condition that causes extreme pain and infertility in women.

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    Harare Carnival heads for climax

    RHUMBA enthusiasts will be in for a treat tomorrow when one of the longest-serving rhumba outfits in Zimbabwe, Diamond Musica, performs at Courtney Hotel in the capital at a show that is part of the ongoing Harare International Carnival which is now heading towards its climax.

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    Jeys Marabini challenges Matabeleland artistes

    VETERAN Bulawayo musician Jeys Marabini has taken a swipe at emerging music outfits in Matabeleland for their failure to make a mark at the Chibuku Road to Fame finals after the top award this year once again eluded budding artistes from the region making it a decade of non-achievement.

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    Zambezi Magic to screen Zim videos

    LOCAL music video programme, The Zim Top Ten, will start screening on DStv channel Zambezi Magic this Saturday following an overwhelming response by local musicians to the call to submit their videos, NewsDay has learnt.

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