• Mutasa vows to contest by-election as Zanu PF

    EXPELLED former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa yesterday vowed to defend his Headlands parliamentary seat in a by-election which he said he would contest on the ruling party ticket

    Didymus Mutasa
  • Criminal defamation challenged under new Constitution

    THE Zimbabwe chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa-Zimbabwe) and four local journalists yesterday filed a constitutional application with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) seeking an order declaring criminal defamation unconstitutional

    Nevanji Madanhire
  • ‘Government stifling transparency in mining sector’

    GOVERNMENT has been accused of stifling initiatives to enforce transparency in the mining sector although it has adopted the Extractive International Transparency Initiatives (EITI).

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  • ZimParks recovers $50 000 elephant tusks from poachers

    The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) ambushed 12 suspected poachers from Zambia and recovered almost $50 000 worth of elephant tusks in a recent operation in Katombora, Zambezi National Parks’ Mdhaka area.

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  • Zim playing well enough to produce an upset

    West Indies’ Chris Gayle rather ruined this column. When a team concedes 370, a world record partnership and a double-century, it rather takes the gloss off whatever they may have achieved before that.

    Photo courtesy of crickett20cup.blogspot.com
  • Homegrown African decision promotes Press freedom
    Angela Jimu

    Imprisonment is now recognised as a disproportionate interference in the exercise of freedom of expression, following the Burkina Faso ruling.

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  • Didymus Mutasa
    Mutasa vows to contest by-election as Zanu PF

    EXPELLED former Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa yesterday vowed to defend his Headlands parliamentary seat in a by-election which he said he would contest on the ruling party ticket

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    Green Fuel accused of grabbing villagers’ land

    PARLIAMENT has ordered Arda board chairman Basil Nyabadza to clarify the status of the land at the centre of an ownership wrangle between Green Fuel and the Chisumbanje community.

  • Nevanji Madanhire
    Criminal defamation challenged under new Constitution

    THE Zimbabwe chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa-Zimbabwe) and four local journalists yesterday filed a constitutional application with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) seeking an order declaring criminal defamation unconstitutional

  • Mining-etched
    ‘Government stifling transparency in mining sector’

    GOVERNMENT has been accused of stifling initiatives to enforce transparency in the mining sector although it has adopted the Extractive International Transparency Initiatives (EITI).

  • Sadly,  when girls drop out of school, some find themselves sucked into  commercial sex work
    Bullying rocks Ellis Robins School

    A PUPIL at Ellis Robins School in Mabelreign was allegedly stripped of his shorts by prefects as yet another case of bullying has rocked Harare.

  • A nurse and relatives assist their81oldrelative who was one of several patients who were evacuated from Parirenyatwa Hospital after fire broke out from one of the-rooms in Ward 6 on Tuesday
    State accused of neglecting primary health care

    GOVERNMENT has been rapped for lack of commitment to the provision of primary health care at a time the country is witnessing a rise in non-communicable diseases (NDCs) and other ailments.

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    Man in court for breach of marriage promise

    A 45-YEAR-OLD Marondera man who allegedly raped and infected a woman with a sexually transmitted disease before promising to marry her to avoid arrest on rape charges was yesterday indicted in court for breaching a marriage promise.

  • FC Platinum look to finish off Sofapaka
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    ZIMBABWE’S only representatives in the 2015 Orange Caf Confederation Cup FC Platinum are looking to sew up the contest when they host Kenya’s Sofapaka in first round, return leg at Mandava Stadium on Saturday.

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  • Photo courtesy of crickett20cup.blogspot.com
    Zim playing well enough to produce an upset

    West Indies’ Chris Gayle rather ruined this column. When a team concedes 370, a world record partnership and a double-century, it rather takes the gloss off whatever they may have achieved before that.

  • MANYUCHICHARLES
    Manyuchi ‘sponsorship’ exposes Sports ministry

    THE government has once again laid bare its lack of seriousness towards sports after it offered boxer Charles Manyuchi just 100 litres of fuel valued at $150 as support for the boxer

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    Mashingaidze’s constitutional challenge postponed

    Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) chief executive officer Jonathan Mashingaidze’s constitutional application challenging his prosecution on criminal defamation charges pertaining to the Asiagate match-fixing scandal failed to materialise

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    Mushekwi on trials in Sweden

    ZIMBABWE international Nyasha Mushekwi is in Europe at Swedish football side Djurgårdens IF as he seeks to resurrect his career with a move away from South African side Mamelodi Sundowns.

  • Dynamos fans celebrate their team winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title for the fourth time in a row.
    Dongo Sawmills entertain Dynamos in pre-season friendly

    NEWLY-promoted Premiership football side Dongo Sawmills’ preparedness ahead of their debut season in the top-flight league will come under severe test when they lock horns with reigning champions Dynamos in a pre-season friendly match at Vengere Stadium in Rusape on Saturday.

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    ‘We were powerless’

    Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura felt there was very little Zimbabwe could do to stop Chris Gayle as he powered to a double-century in West Indies’ Cricket World Cup 73-run victory in Canberra yesterday.

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    Confusion over Bob91 Super Cup

    ORGANISERS of the Bob91 Super Cup say Highlanders and Caps United will meet in the semi-final of the football tournament at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

  • Pink Concert venue moved
    Dereck-Mpofu-(2)

    ORGANISERS of the Pink Concert have changed the venue of the show to be held today from Reps Theatre in Harare to Avondale Primary School.

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    The return of Taso

    Afro pop musician Shepherd Kunodziya, affectionately known as Taso, has resurrected from nine years of career oblivion with the release of a new DVD album last week.

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    First Street hosts Black History Month

    FIRST STREET in Harare will on Saturday host the Black History Month in remembrance of the black people who sacrificed their lives to fight white supremacy and black inferiority.

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    Passion for music pushed me to bounce back: Zhou

    AFTER releasing a not-so-impressive debut album NdiJesu, contemporary gospel artiste Alvern Zhou has resurfaced with a new album to be launched on March 8 at the Lutheran Church in Mufakose, Harare.

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    Dhewa to release second album

    LOCAL gospel artiste Adency Dhewa and his Salvation Group band are set to release their second eight-track album titled Zvotoda Nyasha on March 1, barely nine months after his debut album last year.

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    Mbizo Chirasha fails to pay $100 debt

    POPULAR poet Mbizo Chirasha is failing to settle a bill of $100 he borrowed two years ago from one Tafadzwa Dutiro, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Magadzire sings for distressed societies

    FAST-RISING flamboyant gospel musician Gamuchirai Magadzire recently completed recording her third album titled Zuva Richabuda where she advocates for hope within broken and traumatised societies.

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    16 B-boys to audition for world competition

    CHACHAYA Extreme Battles in conjunction with the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism is set to host auditions for the world breakdance competition dubbed R16 on February 28 at the Long Cheng Plaza.

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