Archives for 2013

Yearly Archives: 2013

Arts & Culture Life and Style Xmas 2013-New Year 2014

In keeping up with the Festive season spirit, NewsDay is giving a chance to readers to post their New Year's messages ...
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Soccer Sport

DYNAMOS have not made any additions to their Caf Champions League squad after failing to lure some of the big names that were on their wish list. ...
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Australasia News

EX-AUSTRALIAN Foreign minister Alexander Downer was yesterday interviewed by Australian journalist Caroline Winter on the options available for the overnment in light of an urgent asylum application by Zimbabwe’s outgoing ambassador Jacqueline Zwambila. ...
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National News Transport

MOTORISTS with vehicles using E85 fuel were left stranded over the Christmas holidays as most garages in Harare went without the product. ...
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Robbers jailed 12 years

TWO robbers who broke into an Avonlea home in Harare early this year and attacked a couple with electric shockers and iron bars, were yesterday slapped with an effective 12–year jail sentence each for robbery. ...
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General National News

At least 1 000 workers at the ailing steel producer New Zimbabwe Steel had a miserable Christmas holiday after they received paltry salary part-payments ranging between $20 and $50 each. ...
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Soccer Sport

The year 2013 is coming to an end, and for the many Zimbabwean football players plying their trade beyond the country’s borders, it has been an absolutely wonderful year for some. ...
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Golf Sport

2013 will go down in history as the year when Zimbabwean golf reclaimed its place on the world stage. ...
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Soccer Sport

THE Warriors received $88 000 from the government yesterday for their camping allowances and travelling expenses to the African Nations Championships finals. ...
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News

AN unidentified man was yesterday trampled to death by a lone bull elephant in Mvurwi. ...
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News

ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation employees who had gone unpaid for the past six months are now set to get salaries this week. ...
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Crime National News

A Harare man who allegedly made false claims that the car he was driving belonged to Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri when he was stopped at a roadblock has been charged with impersonation. ...
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National News Politics

ZANU PF's Didymus Mutasa declared that the Zapu properties confiscated after independence now belonged to Zanu PF under the 1987 Unity Accord. ...
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National News Politics

THE MDC-T has urged Zimbabweans to brace for fresh elections “to be held soon”. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

North Korea is very far away from us, and yet infamous in Zimbabwe for training the Fifth Brigade that went on to be associated with the Gukurahundi killings. ...
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Banking Business

AFRASIA Zimbabwe Limited (formerly AfrAsia Kingdom Zimbabwe) has completed the first phase of the $100 million recapitalisation exercise of its banking unit. ...
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Feature Story

THE drying-up of credit lines to the Zimbabwean government, apparent donor fatigue and a determined stand against genetically modified foods are pushing up the price of the staple grain, maize, by nearly a third. ...
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Environment National News

HARARE City Council yesterday urged urban farmers to approach its district offices for allocation of pieces of land for crop farming. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

THE Jameson Victoria Falls Carnival kicked off on a high note with a bush party at Jafuta, a few kilometres outside the resort town on Sunday. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

Sport, Arts and Culture minister Andrew Langa met the Warriors for lunch yesterday ahead of their 2014 Chan finals that begin in South Africa on January 11. ...
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Motor Racing Sport

Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition after undergoing brain surgery following a skiing accident. ...
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Arts & Culture Music

OLIVER “Tuku” Mtukudzi and Jah Prayzah will clash at the much-anticipated Tuku farewell show dubbed Last Gig Before USA Tour at HICC tonight. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

Collectively celebrating the advent of a new year is risky business in Zimbabwe. ...
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Business Markets

China and South Korea’s anxiety over the rapidly falling yen came to the fore yesterday. ...
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Soccer Sport

AS the year draws to an end today, NewsDay Sports Editor Wellington Toni and Southern Eye Sports Reporter Sukoluhle Mthethwa take you through the ups and downs of a season that saw Dynamos wrapping up a historic 20th league title. ...
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Business General Business

ZIMBABWEAN reassurance companies have underwritten $4 million in net premiums for the half quarter ended September 30 2013. ...
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‘Exam leaker’ appears in court

THE suspected source of a leaked 2013 O'Level Geography examination paper that led to the arrest and prosecution of a MSU student and four Form 4 pupils in November this year, yesterday appeared in court. ...
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Africa News Southern Africa

A prominent Zimbabwe tobacco company, with ties to President Robert Mugabe, is suspected of smuggling millions of rands worth of illegal cigarettes into South Africa. ...
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Multimedia News

NewsDay gives you the that was 2013 in pictures. ...
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News

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe remained one of the country’s most-talked-about politicians. ...
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