• Breaking: Gushungo bomber gets eleven years
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    Little-known Zimbabwe People Front party president Owen Kuchata has been slapped with an 11-year jail term after pleading guilty to charges of attempting to bomb Gushungo Dairy processing plant two weeks ago.

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    Nkandla: South Africa’s top court to rule on Zuma residence

    South Africa’s top court is to rule on whether President Jacob Zuma should pay back about $23m (£15m) of state funds used to renovate his rural home.

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    Tsvangirai courts Biti, Mangoma

    OPPOSITION MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has started engaging his former lieutenants People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti and Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe front-man Elton Mangoma, as plans for the proposed grand coalition gather momentum.

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    ‘1 in 5 women dies during childbirth’

    GOVERNMENT has expressed concern over rising maternal deaths recorded in various parts of the country, with latest statistics indicating that at least one woman dies during childbirth every day.

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    9 years for possessing pangolin

    A 23-YEAR-OLD Harare man was yesterday slapped with an effective nine-year jail term for illegal possession of a pangolin.

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    Mkondo estate executor in bid to save properties

    THE executor of the late insurance mogul Paul Mkondo’s estate, Nhamodzinesu Mkondo, has approached the High Court in a bid to save two properties, including the businessman’s Marimba Park matrimonial home, from being auctioned over a $60 000 debt.

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    ‘Mugabe enjoying current Zanu PF fights’

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe seems to be enjoying the Zanu PF fights currently underway as they will strengthen his position with factions hammering each other, analysts have said.

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    Mutsvangwa mobilises war vets nationwide against G40

    WAR Veterans minister Christopher Mutsvangwa has launched a nationwide campaign, where he is reportedly meeting liberation war fighters to whip up their emotions against a Zanu PF faction known as the G40 believed to be throwing spanners in Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe.

  • Over to you Pasuwa
    Wicknell Chivayo (centre) hands over the keys of the brand new Toyota Hilux to Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa while Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa looks on yesterday

    Pasuwa’s camp and Zifa agreed on a two-year contract which the former Dynamos mentor signed later in the evening as he puts focus on qualifying Zimbabwe to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals.

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    Chimanda burial set for today

    The late Zifa Bulawayo provincial chairperson Washington Chimanda, who died on Friday, will be laid to rest at West Park Cemetery this morning.

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    Mangwiro frets over wasteful strikers

    HARARE City coach Taurai Mangwiro is worried about his strikers’ conversion rate ahead of their Caf Confederation Cup tie against AS Adema of Madagascar in the preliminary round first leg tie in the capital on Saturday.

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    Magaya reaffirms sports development support

    PROPHETIC, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya has reaffirmed his support for the development and growth of sport in the country.

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    Injured players join Chicken inn

    SEVEN key Chicken Inn players commenced training with the rest of the squad yesterday at Hartsfield Ground as they prepare for their Caf Champions League football clash against South African Premier League side Mamelodi Sundowns at Barbourfields Stadium on Saturday.

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    Caps trio could miss Kabwe Warriors tie

    CAPS United strikers – Leonard Tsipa and Simba Nhivi – could miss the club’s first pre-season international friendly football match against Kabwe Warriors of Zambia at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon after picking some knocks during training yesterday.

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    Pictures: Pasuwa gets new vehicle

    Businessman, Wicknell Chivayo on Monday afternoon handed over a new Toyota Hilux double-cab truck to Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa.

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    Ngwenya new Bosso vice-chairman

    Businessman Modern Sikhuthele Ngwenya was elected Highlanders vice-chairperson in a closely-contested poll, shrugging off a challenge from Bulawayo entrepreneur Kenneth Mhlophe at the team’s clubhouse yesterday.

  • Skaiva calls for local support
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    AFTER serenading house music lovers in Bulawayo on Friday night, two-time Zimbabwe Music Awards nominee Mqondisi Sibanda, aka Skaiva, has called on fans to support local talent.

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    Mathematics expert releases textbook

    A LOCAL Mathematics expert and teacher Nation Mupinyuri has released two Grade 7 Mathematics textbooks to help pupils who struggle with the subject easily capture the concepts and succeed in the subject.

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    Mpostori Wency in live DVD recording

    gospel music prodigy Wencilus “Mpostori Wency” Makungisa is set to play solitaire when he records his debut live DVD album following a successful music career as part of the high-flying Zimpraise Choir on February 27 at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale.

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    Macheso takes Tsoka Dzerwendo to Centenary

    HUNDREDS of Alick Macheso’s fans, who thronged Club Changaz in Centenary, Mashonaland Central on Friday night, were left clamouring for more despite the sungura musician’s eight-hour performance.

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    Killer T – The life, music and the ‘wars’

    DANCEHALL music prodigy, Killer T has continued to ride the crest of a wave following the release of his hugely popular debut, Makarova Ganaz (Shona colloquial for “You beat up a Soldier”) and the signature gun sound chant, Popopo.

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    Designer takes environmental challenges to the ramp

    LEADING Zimbabwean fashion designer Thembani Mubochwa, will this Sunday launch a dress themed on the environment, anti-poaching and climate after striking a partnership deal with the Environment, Water and Climate ministry on a functional art project.

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    Arts managers to professionalise sector

    Local artistes say they are struggling to lure huge audiences, who seemed to prefer foreign acts. The artistes were speaking at a Food For Thought discussion session to kickstart the formalisation of arts management in the country on Tuesday.

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    Edgars internship for fashion designers

    THREE upcoming Bulawayo designers have been taken on board by Edgars Stores on an internship after they were spotted at Intwasa Fashion Show, which has become one of Zimbabwe’s leading fashion events.

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