• Breaking: Grace Mugabe’s R45m SA mansion in the spotlight

    Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, has reportedly bought a R45-million mansion in Sandhurst, in Johannesburg, sources close to the sale have confirmed.

    First Lady Grace Mugabe
  • MDC Alliance woos traditional leaders

    MDC Alliance member and Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) leader, Jacob Ngarivhume has said the grouping is working on engaging traditional leaders in rural areas to demystify the notion that they have to serve Zanu PF interests at elections.

    OLD FOES ... MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai (right) shares a lighter moment with his MDC counterpart Welshman Ncube during the MDC Alliance signing ceremony at the Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare, on Saturday
  • Mahofa declared national heroine

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday conferred the late Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Ben Mahofa with national heroine status.

    The late Masvingo Provincial  Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa
  • AMHVoices: Feedback from our readers

    “…how do you expect First Lady Grace Mugabe’s children to behave if the mother behaves like a raging bull in a china shop?”

    Grace
  • Fungisai rescinds decision to quit music

    GOSPEL music sensation Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave, who almost hung up the microphone following what she described as public persecution following her decision to use dancehall to spread the gospel, yesterday said she has revisited the idea following the realisation that her music was not a career, but a ministry.

    Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave
  • Breaking: Grace Mugabe’s R45m SA mansion in the spotlight
    First Lady Grace Mugabe

    Zimbabwe’s first lady, Grace Mugabe, has reportedly bought a R45-million mansion in Sandhurst, in Johannesburg, sources close to the sale have confirmed.

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  • Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko
    Rights activist summoned over Mphoko demo

    POLICE have issued summons against human rights activist, Lynett Mudehwe for allegedly staging a demonstration against Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s long stay in a posh hotel in Harare at taxpayers’ expense.

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    Man rapes daughter (6) as mum sleeps

    A 67-YEAR-OLD man from Gweru, who allegedly raped his six-year-old daughter while the minor’s mother was fast asleep, has been arraigned before the courts.

  • OLD FOES ... MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai (right) shares a lighter moment with his MDC counterpart Welshman Ncube during the MDC Alliance signing ceremony at the Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare, on Saturday
    MDC Alliance woos traditional leaders

    MDC Alliance member and Transform Zimbabwe (TZ) leader, Jacob Ngarivhume has said the grouping is working on engaging traditional leaders in rural areas to demystify the notion that they have to serve Zanu PF interests at elections.

  • Victor-Matemadanda-Grace-Mugabe-T-shirt
    War vets leader Matemadanda arrested

    POLICE in Harare have arrested the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) secretary-general, Victor Matemadanda, on charges of undermining President Robert Mugabe’s authority.

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    Fake miracle pastors face jail

    Errant religious leaders, who are fleecing Zimbabweans of their hard-earned money, claiming to possess spiritual powers to heal infectious diseases, will soon face prosecution, Health and Child Care deputy minister Aldrin Musiiwa has said.

  • Strive Masiyiwa
    Zim on Kwesé radar

    Strive Masiyiwa’s Econet Media says Zimbabwe will be on Kwesé’s Africa rollout plans in the near future once all commercial, administrative and other due processes associated with launching services of this nature have been completed.

  • The late Masvingo Provincial  Affairs minister Shuvai Mahofa
    Mahofa declared national heroine

    President Robert Mugabe yesterday conferred the late Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Shuvai Ben Mahofa with national heroine status.

  • ‘Zim should target $10bn Indian funds for Africa’
    Indian ambassador to Zimbabwe, Masakui Rungsung

    ZIMBABWE should target about $500 million for infrastructure projects from the $10 billion line of credit India made available for African countries, the south Asian nation has said.

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  • Inflation
    Annual inflation down to 0,14% in July

    ZIMBABWE’S annual inflation shed 0,17 percentage points to 0,14% in July, the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (ZimStat) said yesterday.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Parastatals reform pace gathers speed

    GOVERNMENT is hunting for a consultant to conduct a feasibility study on corporate governance compliance by State-owned enterprises and parastatals, to quicken the pace in reforming a constituency which has been draining the fiscus a government document reveals.

  • cyber-crime
    ‘Zim most hackable country’

    ZIMBABWE was listed as the most hackable country in the world out of 183 countries on the back of having many internet protocol (IP) addresses that are still using an outdated protocol leaving firms susceptible to cyber-attacks, a new report has shown.

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    RBZ fails to stem black market

    It’s mid-morning on a Saturday and people roaming in Harare’s central business district (CBD) are infused with the Heroes holiday fever.

  • Agriculture water spray
    Overcoming limitations of membership-based organisations

    Like other arrangements that make sense on the surface, African agriculture and rural development efforts are characterised by membership-based organisations. These range from farmer unions and diverse sizes of cooperatives to chambers of commerce.


  • Caps United roar
    FC Platinum midfielder, Nqobizitha Masuku tumbles after a challenge from Caps United’s Moses Muchenje in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Rufaro Stadium yesterday

    CHAMPIONS Caps United passed their Castle Lager Premiership football test against title-contenders, FC Platinum with distinction, overpowering them in an exhilarating encounter at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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  • Sables coach Cyprian Mandenge
    Sables lose Cup of Nations spot

    THE Zimbabwe senior national XVs rugby side have paid a heavy price for their poor run of form and gradual decline on the world rankings over the last two years, as they have lost their slot in the Cup of Nations tournament to be held in Hong Kong in November.

  • Ocean Mushure
    Dynamos suffer Mushure blow

    DYNAMOS will be without influential captain, Ocean Mushure for their next league match after he was suspended by the Premier Soccer League for accumulating three yellow cards in previous matches.

  • Mighty-Warriors
    Mighty Warriors Cosafa preparations in limbo

    WITH less than a month before the start of the Cosafa Women Championships, the Mighty Warriors are yet to begin preparations for the defence of their title.

  • Dominic Chungwa
    League race raves up

    FOUR points from the last two Castle Lager Premier Soccer League matches suggest Caps United’s problems have subsided, but a defeat at the hands of FC Platinum in an encounter set for the National Sports Stadium today will certainly plunge the Green Machine back into crisis and anxiety mode.

  • soccer
    ZDF in title defence

    MARTIN Mine scored a memorable brace as the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) select side overcame a battling Highlanders to lift the Defence Forces Trophy at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. The Black Rhinos midfielder thrust his side into the lead on 22 minutes before Chapungu forward, Alan Tavarwisa added the second on 35 minutes. Mine […]


  • Fungisai rescinds decision to quit music
    Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave

    GOSPEL music sensation Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave, who almost hung up the microphone following what she described as public persecution following her decision to use dancehall to spread the gospel, yesterday said she has revisited the idea following the realisation that her music was not a career, but a ministry.

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  • Oliver Mtukudzi
    2017 Indian Harare fiesta bigger, better

    THE second edition of the “India in the Sunshine City” festival aimed at showcasing Indian culture while promoting collaborations between Indian and Zimbabwean cultures will roar into life on Wednesday.

  • Live band performs during the staging of Can You Hear me
    Seed Projects stages musical on drug abuse

    A MUSICAL recently staged by Seed Projects at Harare International School (HIS) to explore the cancer of drug and substance abuse, featuring musicians Blessing “Bled” Chimanga and Prudence Katomeni–Mbofana, reverberated in the hearts of the audience.

  • Black Coffee
    DJ Black Coffee for Vic Falls carnival

    SOUTH Africa’s DJ Black Coffee has been confirmed as one of the acts, alongside Victoria Falls’ Afro fusion group Flying Bantu, to perform at the ninth edition of the Victoria Falls carnival.

  • marimba
    Marimba fiesta preps at advanced stage

    TAMBARIMBA Arts will be hosting its fourth edition of the annual prestigious Tambarimba Marimba Music Festival at the Long Chen Plaza in Harare next month.

  • Film
    Chingono dares drama producers

    FORMER Studio 263 actor, designer and choreographer, Tafadzwa Tandi Chingono, has bemoaned the falling standards in television dramas, which he said were being affected by lack of professionalism.

  • Nokutenda Dzobo
    11-year-old steals limelight at Chivaviro launch

    A GRADE 6 pupil at St Martins Convent School in Harare, Nokutenda Dzobo, on Tuesday night stole the limelight during gospel musician Togarepi Chivaviro’s Maranatha DVD album launch after she gave a scintillating live performance that left the ecstatic crowd begging for more.

  • Progress Sibanda
    New gospel artiste embraces different languages

    UPCOMING gospel artiste, Progress Sibanda, recently released his debut bilingual eight-track album, Higher Levels, which was launched last weekend at a church conference in Mufakose, Harare.

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