• Mugabe’s UN pull-out rant – four reasons why it won’t happen

    You don’t have to be an Einstein to figure out that it costs significant taxpayer resources to fund multilateral organizations. Just do the math! So how does Mugabe hope to fund that organization in his head if he cannot even pay his government’s employees on time, let alone account for stolen diamonds money?

    President. Robert Mugabe
  • High Court orders Linda Masarira’s release

    High Court judge Justice David Mangota has ordered the release of activist Linda Masarira, who has been incarcerated since July 6 over her participation in the anti-government demonstrations More details to follow

    PDP is calling for the release of activist, Linda Masarira from custody
  • Mugabe takes flak over UN speech

    OPPOSITION political parties have labelled as hypocritical demands by President Robert Mugabe (pictured) for reforms at the United Nations Security Council, saying the Zanu PF leader should first implement security sector reforms at home before demanding reforms at the UN.

    President.R.G.Mugabe
  • 3lling Caps

    FIVE matches to go and still we are nowhere near discovering who will win the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title

    Caps United Players Dennis Dauda (left) and Leonard Tsipa celebrate a goal against How Mine at the National Sports Stadium in  Harare yesterday
  • NMB, DFI negotiations at advanced stage

    NMBZ Holdings said the legal processes for the $15 million line of credit from two European development finance institutions (DFIs) were still on-going and the money would be accessed at a later stage

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  • High Court orders Linda Masarira’s release
    PDP is calling for the release of activist, Linda Masarira from custody

    High Court judge Justice David Mangota has ordered the release of activist Linda Masarira, who has been incarcerated since July 6 over her participation in the anti-government demonstrations More details to follow

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    PTUZ lobbies for human rights, labour law in teachers’ training

    PROGRESSIVE Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has challenged government to introduce human rights and labour law courses in the teachers’ training curricular to broaden their knowledge and make them more competitive on the global market.

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    Gukurahundi, a ticking time bomb: Mpofu

    FORMER Bulilima East legislator, Norman Mpofu (MDC-T), has urged government to carefully handle the emotive Gukurahundi issue and facilitate national healing and reconciliation, saying failure to do so could trigger civil strife.

  • MDC T members of parliament Jessie Majome,Thokozani Khupe and Paurina Mpariwa follow proceedings during President Robert Mugabe's address in parliament
    Let’s strengthen girls’ sexual reproductive health rights: MP

    MUFAKOSE legislator, Paurina Mpariwa (MDC-T) has bemoaned failure by government to fund sexual reproductive health rights, particularly issues affecting young girls, saying it exposed them to sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancies.

  • ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa
    Removing Mugabe, Zanu PF alone not enough: Dabengwa

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa has said removing President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF alone is not enough, saying Zimbabweans must also weed the country of the “evil system” that has sustained the governing party since 1980 to guarantee economic turnaround.

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    Wait for 2018: Chihuri tells opposition

    POLICE Commissioner-General, Augustine Chihuri, has warned opposition political parties to stop pushing for President Robert Mugabe’s ouster before the end of his term, but wait for another opportunity to challenge him in the 2018 general elections.

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    Health experts warn over SDG targets achievement failure

    HEALTH experts have warned that Zimbabwe might fail to achieve its health sustainable development goal (SDG) targets as long as funding for the health sector remains below 15% of the national budget.

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    55 Matobo villagers sue Arda, Trek over land grab

    AT least 55 villagers in Matobo district, Matabeleland South province, have filed an urgent High Court chamber application seeking an interdict order barring the Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (Arda) and Trek Petroleum (Private) Limited from annexing their ancestral land for expansion of an irrigation project.

  • NMB, DFI negotiations at advanced stage
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    NMBZ Holdings said the legal processes for the $15 million line of credit from two European development finance institutions (DFIs) were still on-going and the money would be accessed at a later stage

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    Zimre Property records 56% profit

    ZIMRE Property Investment Limited has recorded a 56% increase in after tax profit to $571 907 for the half-year ended June 30, 2016 spurred by an increase in revenue and a reduction in staff costs.

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    Dutch investors demand transparency

    DUTCH investors and traders want consistent and transparent policies in place before investing in Zimbabwe, an ambassador has said. Last year, Zimbabwean exports to The Netherlands totalled $66,1 million, which was mostly agricultural products. During the same year, Zimbabwe imported $15,82 million worth of goods, mainly in machinery and chemicals.

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    Specifications development — High risk procurement activity

    Specifications development is mainly influenced by users within an organisation, they determine the attributes of what is suitable to achieve the desired goals. Personal desires can be prioritised at the expense of organisational objectives. There is a danger to favour a product the user wants that might not achieve the desired organisational objectives during the […]

  • ZB Financial Holdings CEO Ron Mutandagayi
    ZB lures small-scale miners

    ZB Bank has partnered with Fidelity Printers and Refiners to launch a pre-paid card, which brings financial services to small-scale miners.

  • Kosmas Njanike
    Lecturer releases SMEs handbook

    A BINDURA University of Science Education lecturer, Kosmas Njanike, has released a handbook for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), with ideas and secrets of starting a business.

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    Zimra sees VAT doubling on automation

    THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) expects valued-added tax (VAT) contribution to total revenue doubling to 34% at the end of this month on the back of further automation of the payment system.

  • Some of the seemingly lucrative avenues for “investment” that many Zimbabweans today are falling for are actually “pyramid schemes” or versions of “Ponzi Schemes”, which promise investors very lucrative returns, for very little or no risk, over very short periods of time
    Don’t fall victim to bogus investment schemes

    Economic hardships have meant that a lot of people are looking for investments and opportunities that yield very high and quick returns. However, as a general rule in finance, high returns come with commensurately very high risks.

  • 3lling Caps
    Caps United Players Dennis Dauda (left) and Leonard Tsipa celebrate a goal against How Mine at the National Sports Stadium in  Harare yesterday

    FIVE matches to go and still we are nowhere near discovering who will win the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title

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  • Sunday Chidzambwa
    Rovers, ZPC Kariba share spoils

    MUTARE City Rovers were held to a goalless draw by ZPC Kariba at Sakubva Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match yesterday.

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    Hwange compound Border woes

    GIFT Mbweti continued with his scoring exploits to help Hwange pick up a win against bottom side Border Strikers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at the Colliery Stadium yesterday.

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    Chicken Inn hold Triangle

    TRIANGLE failed to make home advantage count playing out a draw against Chicken Inn in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Gibbo Stadium yesterday

  • FC-Platinum-coach-Norman-Mapeza
    PSL race enters home stretch

    THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title race is entering the home straight with log leaders FC Platinum, Caps United, Highlanders and Dynamos battling it for the top prize.

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    AMH reporter shortlisted for top African award

    ALPHA Media Holdings sports reporter Henry Mhara has been shortlisted for the prestigious African Fact-Checking Awards. (more…)

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    PPC sponsors ultra-marathon, fun run

    THE inaugural PPC Msasa Ultra-Marathon will take place on October 9 in Harare as the cement manufacturing company seeks to establish itself in the capital.

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    Old Georgians unfazed by underdog tag

    ZIMBABWE international loose forward Kingsley Lang is expecting another tightly-contested encounter when Old Georgians host wounded South African club, False Bay, in the second round of the Gold Cup competition at their Groombridge base in the capital today.

  • Adequate Sounds for debut recording
    Adquate Sounds celebrate after emerging this year’s ultimate winner at the annual  music showcase, Chibuku Road to Fame on Saturday at Glamis Stadium in Harare

    THE influence of Adequate Sounds made the difference at this year’s national finals of Chibuku Road to Fame, as the Budiriro-based sungura group emerged ultimate winners of the competition on Saturday at Glamis Stadium, Harare.

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  • Intwasa
    Intwasa festival roars to life

    THE 12th edition of Intwasa arts Festival KoBulawayo roars into life today under the theme Expressions, with various performances and curtains will come down on Saturday in Bulawayo.

  • Dino Moran
    DJ Dino Moran for MUSICA festival

    INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed wheel spinner Dino Moran will this year add sparkle to MUSICA, a local music festival which runs from October 2 to 8 at various venues in Harare

  • Ammara Brown
    Shoko Fest surpasses expectations

    ORGANISERS of the three-day urban arts fete, Shoko Festival have established pole position in the showbiz sector after successfully hosting the sixth edition of the festival that ended yesterday.

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    Video: Paul Matavire’s ‘broken record’

    PAUL Matavire, the late immensely gifted musician, enriched Zimbabwe’s music tradition. Today, one has to part with some dollars to access his songs from online sites like Deezer.com, licensed under Believe Music and The Orchard Music.

  • Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata
    Zhakata’s Madam Boss breaks record

    ZORA music maestro Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata’s track, Madam Boss, has broken the Coca-Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 20 record after pulling an incredible 10 845 listener votes as it topped the charts for over a month, the musician has said.

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    Sungura vs Afro-fusion at Chibuku finals

    IT will be a battle of sungura against Afro-jazz bands tomorrow at this year’s national finals of the music talent showcase, Chibuku Road to Fame, set for Glamis Stadium in Harare.

  • Doc Vikela
    Doc Vikela gets priceless lessons in Botswana

    ONE of the country’s top comedians, Doc Vikela, has described comedy as the spice of life, which helped relieve people of stress, while at the same time unpacking governance issues at a higher level through fits of laughter.

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