• South African court throws out Malema fraud case

    A South African judge struck the corruption case against fiery opposition politician Julius Malema off the roll on Tuesday, saying that the firebrand leader had waited too long for the trial.

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  • A fireman arrives at the entrance of Pfumo Primary School to extinguish the fire that blazed the school hall.
    Pictures: Fire guts school hall

    A fire, believed to be the result of an electrical fault, broke out at Pfumo Primary School in Zengeza 1, Chitungwiza. No one was injured.

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    Mass demos loom over job cuts

    THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has threatened countrywide mass demonstrations in response to the massive job cuts triggered by a recent Supreme Court ruling.

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    Schoolchildren ‘torture’ riles ZimRights

    The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) has condemned the alleged torture of pupils at a Harare school for failing to pay fees and urged government to take appropriate action against the headmaster.

  • Vendors look through what was left of some of their wares after they were allegedly burnt by Harare Municipal police early this morning.
    Vendors threaten comeback

    VENDORS who complied with a recent government directive to relocate to council-designated sites in Harare have threatened to move back into the central business district following a sudden slump in business caused by the non-strategic location of the new vending sites.

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    4 perish, several injured in kombi accident

    FOUR people died on the spot while 16 others were injured when a Mbare-bound commuter omnibus they were travelling in rammed into the trailer of a haulage truck about 10km outside Harare along Harare-Bulawayo Highway yesterday morning.

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    Chihuri claims credit for stopping MDC-T

    POLICE Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri has all, but confirmed that State security agents played a critical role in stopping the opposition MDCs from dislodging the ruling Zanu PF party from power and brutally thwarted opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s’ “regime change agenda” since 1999.

  • Elton Mangoma just after finishing addressing the press conference.
    Mangoma trial date set

    FORMER Energy minister Elton Mangoma’s trial on charges of criminal abuse of office in a Zesa prepaid meter tender is now set to commence on September 21.

  • No going back on urban tollgates: Mpofu

    THE government will not go back on its planned urban tolling project despite protests by motorists, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu has said.

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    Govt to improve business environment

    THE government is working on the business improvement model that will result in better linkages between the financial and manufacturing sectors, an official has said.

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    $40m boost for Blue Ribbon

    TANZANIAN investor Bakhresa is set to invest $40 million in Blue Ribbon Industries (BRI) by end of September, a move that will see the company increasing its output.

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    Sadc to create single regional stock exchange

    Sadc is working on modalities to create a single regional stock exchange as part of efforts to attain regional integration, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

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    Zhuwao still getting unsolicited expression of interest at Telecel

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao continues receiving unsolicited expression of interest concerning Empowerment Corporation (EC) and its shareholding in Telecel Zimbabwe despite leaving the organisation in June, the empowerment outfit has said.

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    Zim on extensive debt restructuring exercise

    A TEAM of experts working on debt restructuring will contribute to Zimbabwe’s discussions with major external creditors in Lima, Peru, during the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in October, a Cabinet minister has said.

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    Tough task for Chinamasa on wage bill cut

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa needs political will to be able to cut the government wage bill and create fiscal space for other national commitments, economic analysts have said.

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    Good governance key: Mnangagwa

    DIRECTORS should practise good corporate governance as it is key in enhancing credibility, stability and confidence in the economy, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.

  • Lack of funds hampers Games preparations

    WITH 11 days to go before the start of Zimbabwe National Youth Games to be held in Manicaland Province, the local organising committee (LOC) is still to raise the more than $1 million required to host the games.

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  • Denver Mukamba
    Mukamba on the move

    FORMER Dynamos and Warriors midfielder Denver Mukamba has joined South African Premiership side returnees Jomo Cosmos as he continues his search for more game time.

  • Young warriors captain Wisdom Mutasa (C) celebrates his goal against Cameroon as fellow players join in at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
    How the Olympic dream was killed

    ZIMBABWE’S dream of participating in football at the Olympic Games in Brazil next year, was finally buried in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, on Saturday night.

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    Masvingo Utd fine run continues

    FORMER Premiership side Masvingo United continued with their fine form after beating Mutoko Traders 3-1 in an Eastern Region Division One Football League match played at Mucheke Stadium on Saturday.

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    Bulawayo City reclaim top spot

    Bulawayo City and Bulawayo Chiefs swapped positions on the Southern Region Division One Football League table following the former’s win over the latter at the weekend.

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    SRC demands handball elections

    The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has directed the Zimbabwe Handball Federation to hold elections to elect a substantive committee.

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    Resurgent Zim aim higher

    After their historic win on Sunday, the Zimbabwe national cricket team is now thinking of what was probably unthinkable prior to the weekend: a series win against the mighty of New Zealand.

  • Dynamos striker Simba Nhivi is tackled by Caps United defender Ronald Pfumbidzayi.
    Nhivi left stranded

    UNSETTLED Dynamos striker Simba Nhivi was left stranded as his bid to rejoin boyhood club Caps United flopped after the Premier Soccer League transfer window closed before Dynamos’ demands were met.

  • Pirates squeeze life out of artistes
    Man selling pirated discs

    LIBERY Hamandishe (not real name), has over the last five years sustained his family from proceeds of his business in the pavements of Harare.

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    Jo’burg celebrates Nkomo Day in style

    MATABELELAND Entertainment News recently presented an annual Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Day celebration in style at the Hillbrow Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    Diasporan youths to be honoured

    YOUNG Zimbabweans in the Diaspora have teamed up to establish the Zimbabwe Youth Achievers’ Awards (ZYAA) aimed at celebrating Zimbabwean youths worldwide and empowering young adults.

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    Afro-jazz diva releases album

    UPCOMING Afro-jazz musician Geraldine Mundandishe, also known as Lady Gee, recently released her second album at a colourful ceremony at Dandaro Inn in Harare.

  • Potrait artist Farai Chirumiko shows some of his works during HIFA in the Harare Gardens.
    Tauzeni, Gabriel: Rare art partnership

    MAVIS Tauzeni’s impressive visual artwork portraying the plight of women at the First Floor Gallery was recently given audible elucidation through renowned poet Linda Gabriel’s exciting performance.

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    Book sales dwindle due to economic hardships

    BOOK sales in the country have plunged due to the economic crisis that has seen readers opting for illegally photocopied and online material.

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    Sam Munyavi buried in Rusape

    THE late veteran journalist Sam Munyavi (65), who died in the United Kingdom following a stroke that resulted in excessive bleeding in the brain, was on Saturday buried next to his mother at Matsika village cemetery in Rusape.

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    Let’s tell our own stories: Chirisa

    TOP Zimbabwean actor Tongai Arnold Chirisa, who is now based in the Mecca of film — Hollywood — last week said local film makers should produce works that allow them to tell stories from their own perspective.

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