Archives for October 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

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WATCH VIDEO: In an unfortunate incident, mourners attending the funeral of Jah Prayzah’s bouncer Chris Nyemba reportedly pelted the musician of the moment who had gone to attend the burial. In this video, which has since gone viral, ...
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NAIROBI- Nervous Kenyans waited on Tuesday for the response of opposition leader Raila Odinga to President Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in last week’s election, which inflamed the deep ethnic tensions dividing the East African nation. ...
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THE Christopher Mutsvangwa-led Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) yesterday said it was lobbying delegates to Zanu PF’s extraordinary congress in December to choose the next female Vice-President to come from the former PF-Zapu, arguing Zanu PF had had its time under former Vice-President Joice Mujuru. ...
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MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s failing health has triggered a fresh succession fight with party hawks flagging his deputies Nelson Chamisa and Thokozani Khupe’s credentials on social media platforms with a view to influence the choice of his successor. ...
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A FIGHTING half century by middle order batsman Sikandar Raza for the hosts and a crucial wicket by their skipper Graeme Cremer from his penultimate over of the day ensured honours remained even on the second day of the second Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies at Queens Sports Club yesterday. ...
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ACCZ endorses Mugabe as Zanu PF Presidential candidate

THE Apostolic Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) has endorsed President Robert Mugabe as the Zanu PF presidential candidate for the 2018 elections, the leader of the sect, Johannes Ndanga, said yesterday. ...
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FAMOUS South African actor Cornet Thabiso Mamabolo on Sunday urged upcoming artistes who gathered at Holland Community Hall in Kuwadzana in the capital to focus on developing their performing skills before eyeing monetary rewards. ...
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SECRETARY for Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Virginia Mabhiza yesterday decried the heavy indebtedness of the ministry to institutions such as Copac due to failure by Treasury to disburse money which the ministry is allocated through the National Budget ...
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Business

RETAILERS say informal traders are posing stiff competition and eating into their business. Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu told delegates at the Zimbabwe retailers and suppliers’ conference last week that retailers have the capacity to absorb locally-produced goods, but were facing stiff competition from informal traders who were eating into their business. ...
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THE inaugural Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) awards set for November 24 at the Harare International Conference Centre could be rescheduled again after it emerged that the proposed venue has been booked for a music concert on the same night. ...
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THE Zanu PF youth league has suspended its Manicaland provincial youth leader Mubuso Chinguno to facilitate investigations into the $400 000 fraud allegations levelled against him. ...
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A MODEST recovery in growth is underway in sub-Saharan Africa, but activity is expected to remain below the dynamic levels of recent years. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

YESTERDAY, we carried a report in which Zanu PF leader President Robert Mugabe declared that non-State actors funded by the West were not welcome to observe the 2018 harmonised elections. ...
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SHABANIE MINE and Hwange are optimistic of surviving relegation from the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League after playing draws at the weekend, while fellow strugglers Yadah FC and Bulawayo City both lost their matches. ...
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Arts & Culture News

IN 1999, Thomas Bvuma published an anthology that offered a reflection of the post-independence euphoria and disappointment. The anthology has stood the test of time because of its honest perspectives. ...
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ZANU PF Mashonaland women’s league members yesterday besieged the party’s provincial offices in Chinhoyi accusing their leaders of stealing broiler chicks donated to various women’s empowerment groups by First Lady Grace Mugabe. ...
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Business

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe saw its revenue and profit after tax increasing in the six months ended August 31, 2017 buoyed by the growing contribution of non-voice products as the company’s converged telecoms, media and technology (TMT) model begins reaping dividends. ...
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Brainworks Limited has raised $8 179 808 following the placement of 9 078 677 Treasury shares to investors, a move which gives them an opportunity to own shares in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)-listed entity. ...
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Singer Lungi Naidoo knows first-hand what it’s like to be the subject of tabloid headlines after her very public split with crooner Brian Temba back in 2014. ...
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LEGISLATORS have demanded the immediate disbursement of the 5% health levy collected from airtime users after it emerged that the $18 million collected so far was sitting idle in government coffers at a time other programmes such as family planning were heavily underfunded. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

Rulers or leaders? Generally, there is an apparent flawed interchanging of the two concepts: rulership and leadership. It is obvious that what Africa has in abundance is the former and not the latter. ...
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BULAWAYO socialite, Gilmore Tee, has partnered African cinema giant Ster Kinekor for the screening of his drama series titled MTV Shuga: Down South in Bulawayo and Harare respectively. ...
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A 20-YEAR-OLD Mutoko man, who allegedly murdered a 49-year old Catholic nun while she was praying at a shrine, last week, appeared before Mutoko magistrate Batanai Madzingira facing murder charges. ...
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CHARITY organisation, Gleam of Hope Trust has launched a talent show dubbed “Talent Identification and Development Programme Zimbabwe 2017 (TIDP)” to nature and develop untapped talents for the big stage. ...
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DENDERA music maestro Sulumani Chimbetu yesterday accused his former wife, Marygold Mutemasango, of attempting to delay proceedings after she applied for postponement of the musician’s application for downward variation of her maintenance claim. ...
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DISAGREEMENTS between President Robert Mugabe’s office and the Ministry of Transport have stalled progress in the implementation of the ambitious Zimbabwe Integrated Transport Information System (Zimitis), Parliament heard yesterday. ...
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THE High Court has ruled in favour of the MDC-T and dismissed South African clothing company Cabat Trade’s demand for R46,6 million for campaign T-shirts printed for the main opposition party in the run-up to the 2008 harmonised elections. ...
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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has declared the late Don Muvuti a national hero following an extraordinary politburo meeting held at State House yesterday. ...
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VARIOUS departments under the Home Affairs ministry, among them the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Registrar-Generals’ (RG) Office and Immigration, say they expect to collect and retain $71 million of their anticipated total collections next year against a paltry ...
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A BULAWAYO woman, Florence Moyo, has been granted $8 822 and R12 000 compensation after she successfully sued South African bus company, Mzansi Express, for injuries sustained in a road accident that occurred along the Bulawayo-Beitbridge Road on February 25, 2014. ...
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