Archives for October 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

News

THE Christopher Mutsvangwa-led executive of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans (ZNLWVA) yesterday scoffed at Zanu PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga’s threats to bar them from attending President Robert Mugabe’s youth interface rally at White City Stadium on Saturday. ...
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Business

Businesses today find themselves operating in an environment that is ever-changing. Linguists now say that the only constant is change. ...
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TRADITIONAL chiefs have landed themselves in soup with opposition parties and civil society groups, after they recently publicly pledged to whip their subjects to rally behind President Robert Mugabe in next year’s general elections. ...
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TELEVISION presenter, Oscar Pambuka’s Houghton Park house in the capital, has been attached by the Sheriff of the High Court of Zimbabwe and is likely to go under the hammer on Friday over an undisclosed amount of debt he owes to CBZ Bank. ...
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Former United States President George HW Bush (93) apologised through a spokesman last week for what an actress described as a sexual assault but which Bush said was intended as a friendly pat and a joke to put her at ease during a picture-taking session ...
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TV star Leleti Khumalo is leaving the SABC's most popular TV drama series Uzalo. ...
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Business

CONSUMER Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) says weekly surveys have shown an upward trajectory in the prices of basic commodities triggered by the September 23 panic buying, urging consumers to tighten their belts. ...
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A spoof government notice hit social media as soon as President Robert Mugabe announced he had set up a new ministry responsible for Cyber Security, Threat Detection and Mitigation. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

CALLS by Health and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa for the Harare City Council to demolish the densely populated Mbare’s Matapi hostels in order to decisively deal with the perennial typhoid outbreaks, only show how out of touch the Zanu PF ministers have become. ...
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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has declared that non-governmental organisations funded by the West will not be allowed to observe next year’s harmonised elections. ...
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A ZIMBABWEAN engineer has raised the country’s flag high in neighbouring South Africa, where his three science textbooks have been approved by that country’s Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga and are now used in 27 000 schools there. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

It is puzzling to imagine how a country such as Zimbabwe has plummeted to where it is today. Once a thriving nation, with one of the best economies in Africa, an example of hope and an envy for many and yet it has become a laughing stock in the continent and the world over. ...
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A 20-YEAR-OLD Harare man, Tafadzwa Mupotaringa, who early this month attempted to strangle his aunt following a wrangle over the sharing of spoils from his late father’s rented house, was on Friday slapped with a five-year jail sentence for attempted murder. ...
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CHIEF’S Council president Fortune Charumbira has challenged traditional leaders from Binga, Matabeleland South province, to dissuade their subjects from supporting opposition parties and deliver a landslide electoral victory to Zanu PF in the upcoming harmonised elections. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

The use of local languages for climate change awareness is essentially fundamental in development work. Many non-governmental organisations, government and implementing partners alike always find their development programmes failing, simply because they would want to sound sophisticated and knowledgeable to the detriment of achieving results. ...
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BEITBRIDGE Town Council has threatened to approach the Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (Zinara) over alleged non-remittance of toll fees collected from the New Limpopo Toll Bridge since 2014. ...
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A LOCAL medical drug supplier, Floralsplah Investments, has been taken to court on allegations of defrauding Harare Central Hospital of $63 226, following a botched pharmaceuticals supply deal. ...
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GWERU City Council has set aside $94 500 to upgrade its data collection and storage system after it emerged that most of its departments have been operating manually for the past decade, a senior council official has said. ...
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TOP Zanu PF officials in Manicaland province, among them Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene and administration secretary Kenneth Saruchera, have remained mum over the $400 000 fraud allegations levelled against their ally and provincial youth leader Mubuso Chinguno. ...
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Business

Investors are increasingly pricing in the effect of a corporate tax cut into the shares of United States companies, leaving the market primed for a steep sell-off if the Republican-controlled Congress fails to pass one of President Donald Trump’s top priorities. ...
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Sport

TWO second half goals from unlikely sources ensured Highlanders recovered from their midweek defeat by Caps United, to dispatch a determined Black Rhinos in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. ...
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APOSTOLIC Christian Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ) leader, Johannes Ndanga has said the sect is ready to lead Gukurahundi peace and reconciliation efforts to bring closure to the emotive issue, adding it is a dark past that cannot be ignored forever. ...
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FORMER Zimbabwe Republic Police Senior Assistant Commissioner, Edmore Veterai has declared interest to contest for the Bikita South parliamentary seat on a Zanu PF ticket. ...
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VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mangagwa’s Team Lacoste camp has vowed to fight back the recent suspension of its four allies in Masvingo and Midlands provincial executive, claiming the suspensions were unconstitutional, as none of the affected provinces had raised any charges against the quartet. ...
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It has become hard to imagine a Sunday evening without Our Perfect Wedding. ...
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Ntando Duma and Babes Wodumo set the internet on fire after posting a picture of themselves wearing sexy underwear. ...
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AN irrigation project funded by the European Union (EU) has provided a lifeline for villagers from the dry Binga district. ...
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LOCAL diva Thamsanqa Moyo, popularly known as Tammy in music circles, says her new single, Ndyeke, is a reflection of her past experiences. ...
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RURAL women still have a low intake of family planning contraceptives compared to their urban counterparts despite a general use increase from 59% in 1994 to 65% to date. ...
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Soccer Sport

CHICKEN Inn captain Clemence Matawu believes his side is still in the picture to win the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title and are targeting a perfect run in their last five matches starting with the clash against ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga Stadium tomorrow. ...
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