• Dynamos, FC Platinum battle in Uhuru finale

    THE first serious silverware for this year is up for grabs this afternoon when Dynamos and FC Platinum do battle, once again, in the Independence Trophy final at the National Sports Stadium.

    Dynamos FC
  • ZC disputes BBC story on Taylor

    The BBC article “Brendan Taylor: Why I quit Zimbabwe team for Notts” by Kalika Mehta has several inaccuracies. Who paid Taylor £131? For the 2015 International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup, match and appearance fees ranged from US$27 000 to US$52 000 per player.

  • Pictures & Audio: Civic groups storm SA embassy over xenophobic attacks

    CIVIC SOCIETY groups in Harare today demonstrated at the South African Embassy against xenophobic attacks in the neighbouring country.

    A woman holds up a placard during a march to end the anti-immigrant violence in South Africa.
  • Guest columnist: Redefining context, content of Independence

    Since the days of the Mutapa Empire in the 15th Century, the Rozvi dynasty and Ndebele State, thereafter, to the days of the first and second Chimurenga, the quest for freedom and independence has always been at the core of the struggles

  • Mujuru rescues 12 ex-aides

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has reportedly offered to retain 12 of her 18 government aides after their contracts were terminated by the President’s Office last month following her recall from both Zanu PF and government

    Dr Grace Mugabe and Dr Joice Mujuru after being conferred PhDs at the University of Zimbabwe last month.
  • What Zim’s independence means to me: Sibs Zimbo Hove.

    Our distinguished privilege to bask in the glory of what our ancestors fought for.

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  • Street-vendors-arranging-their-vegtables-and-fruits-on-the-pavement-along-Chinhoyi-Street-in-Harare-yesterday.Pic-Hardlife-Samuwi
    Vendors clash over stalls

    Different vendor organisations are spoiling for a fight over impending eviction from their stalls in the streets of Harare.

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    Unicef rehabilitates boreholes

    Hundreds of villagers in Gukunze Village in the Tongwe area in Beitbridge have started benefiting from the rehabilitation of several boreholes which broke down years ago, leaving them with no source of clean water.

    Mujuru benefits withdrawal an act of cruelty — Gumbo

    FORMER Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo has described as “total cruelty” the withdrawal of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s State-funded benefits, including key staff.FORMER Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo has described as “total cruelty” the withdrawal of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s State-funded benefits, including key staff.

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    Teachers to boycott Zimsec examinations

    TEACHERS have threatened to boycott both the invigilation and marking of public examinations if the government maintains its stance to suspend civil servants bonuses until 2017.

    Mliswa appears in court over theft charges

    Former Zanu PF Mashonaland West chairman and Hurungwe West independent candidate Temba Mliswa appeared at Chinhoyi Magistrates’ Court facing theft and possession of firearms charges.

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    ZiFM Stereo expands coverage

    The country’s first private commercial radio station, ZiFM Stereo, has acquired nine more transmitters and other related equipment as it expands its national coverage base.

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    Public prosecutor up for soliciting

    A RUSAPE public prosecutor appeared at the Mutare Magistrate s’ court yesterday facing charges of abusing public office after allegedly soliciting for a bribe from a rape and robbery suspect to facilitate a favourable outcome.

  • Banking sector profitability dips 17%

    The banking sector after-tax profit dipped 17% last year to $78,69 million amid rising impairments, a reflection of the deteriorating economic activity, an analysis by a leading brokerage firm has shown.

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  • OK
    OK promises bigger, better Grand Challenge

    One of the country’s biggest retailers, OK Zimbabwe Limited, will have a bigger and better Grand Challenge this year, marketing manager Tendai Makomva has said.

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    BNC’s nickel sales surge

    Bindura Nickel Corporation’s (BNC) Trojan Nickel Mine recorded a 49% increase in nickel sales to 2 072 tonnes in the fourth quarter for the financial year ended March 2015 compared to the previous quarter buoyed by a $7 million investment in new equipment.

  • Industry is poorly performing because of tight liquidity crunch which has made borrowing near impossible as interest rates for loans are prohibitive and short-term
    Columnist: How to raise money for your SME business

    TURNING an idea into a viable business requires money. But in this environment where liquidity is tight, how can you raise money to fund your small business so that it grows.

    Active mobile subscribers up in 2014 — Potraz

    THE country’s active mobile subscriber base grew by 3,5% while revenue generated by mobile network operators declined by 17,9% in 2014.

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    RBZ to pay Meikles $56,6 million

    Meikles Limited should get $56,6 million from the debt owed by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) instead of $90,8 million.

  • Due to hyperinflation, the ZImbawean dollar became virtually worthless
    Inflation rate gains in March

    THE year-on-year inflation rate for the month of March gained 0,19 percentage points on February figures to -1,20%.

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    ZBFH on corporate social investment

    AFTER ZB Financial Holdings (ZBFH) emerged second runner-up in the corporate social investment (CSI) and sponsorship category at the inaugural Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB) Innovation Awards, Shadowsight Kumbirai Chiganze (SKC), ZBFH’s head of group corporate services spoke to NewsDay’s financial columnist Omen N Muza (ONM) about the diversified financial services group’s philosophy as well […]

  • Dynamos, FC Platinum battle in Uhuru finale
    Dynamos FC

    THE first serious silverware for this year is up for grabs this afternoon when Dynamos and FC Platinum do battle, once again, in the Independence Trophy final at the National Sports Stadium.

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    Manyuchi title defence moved to July

    WORLD Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi will no longer defend his title next week as has been initially advertised, as the fight has been rescheduled to July against a different challenger.

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    Why I quit Zimbabwe team for Notts: Taylor

    NOTTINGHAM – A World Cup star, a national hero, and in the prime of his career – but Brendan Taylor is giving it all up to move more than 5 000 miles to Nottingham.

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    Central Region soccer league gets underway

    THE CENTRAL Region Division One League rolls into life this weekend with a number of mouth-watering clashes on the cards.

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    Ndoro raises flag on xenophobia

    MPUMALANGA Black Aces striker Tendai Ndoro yesterday raised alarm over his safety following an outbreak of attacks on foreigners in South Africa that has seen more than 800 Zimbabweans being displaced and two losing their lives.

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    Pasuwa talks up Zim chances at Cosafa

    NATIONAL Under-23 coach Kalisto Pasuwa has been tasked with leading the Zimbabwean side at the Cosafa Cup 2015 and is expecting to bring a young selection that he says will show the future potential of the national team.

  • Football fans brave the rains as they watch the title decider between Dynamos and Black Mambas at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
    Bantu seek first win

    STRUGGLING Bantu Rovers will be seeking their first win when they take on Casmyn in a Southern Region Soccer League match at Luveve Stadium tomorrow.

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    Ngezi Platinum seek to maintain momentum

    NGEZI Platinum, who got off to a flying start in the Zifa Northern Region Division One championship race, will be seeking to maintain their top position on the league table when they travel to Starbill on Sunday.

  • The case and curse of Mr Ugly pageant!

    On the night of May 27, 2012, William Masvinu, a porter at Harare’s popular Mbare Musika, participated in the second edition of Mr Ugly Harare pageant that was held at City Sports Bar in Harare.

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    Sasa mourns mum on new album

    MULTI-DIMENSIONAL musician, actor and corporate trainer Tendai Chidarikire aka Action Sasa has recorded a new 10 track album titled Hona maUSA – which is currently at the premix stage.

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    Ammara releases track from debut album

    AMMARA Brown yesterday released the track, Havarare, which is the first from a line of brand new singles off her upcoming debut album titled Ammartia.

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    Drunk Soul Jah Love chases away fans

    SOUL Jah Love ran riot threatening to beat up the owner of Zebra Night Club and Suluman Chimbetu’s manager Pliers Pureni in Mbare on Sunday night.

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    Unravelling the Nyaminyami sculptor

    He is the man who created and sculptured the Nyaminyami Zambezi River god, which is a symbol of tourism to this day.

  • Music-
    The death of Penga Penga music

    Farewell thee Daiton Somanje!But such was your turbulent life. From the very first day I met you in your hometown of Marondera, you admitted that all was not well in every aspect of your life.

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    Somanje family bars media

    RELATIVES and friends of the late Pengaudzoke frontman Daiton Somanje who succumbed to suspected meningitis on Tuesday at the Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals in Harare yesterday barred journalists from attending the musician’s funeral at his Marondera home.

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    Music must be a mission, not competition: Luciano

    VISITING Jamaican reggae sensation Luciano who, is in the country for a performance on Friday night at the Glamis Arena, has urged local reggae/dancehall artistes to unite and desist from beefs and dissing each other.

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