• ANC in the Eastern Cape ‘loses’ half its members

    The ANC in the Eastern Cape which lost the Nelson Mandela Metro to the DA in recent local government elections has lost more than 50% of its membership in five years.

    ANC Eastern Cape provincial secretary Oscar Mabuyane. Image by: SIPHE MACANDA
  • AMHVoices: Prison Services’ work highly applauded

    Firstly, persons convicted of offences are punished to teach them a lesson so they realise the folly of their ways and that by being placed in the prison, they have not achieved anything.

    Some of the psychiatric patients at Chikurubi Maximum prison.
  • AMHVoices: Let’s commit to truth on Command Agric

    THE debate on the Maize Import Substitution Programme, also known as Command Agriculture, has lost direction. The lies and insults being exchanged are not adding value to the programme.

    Maize
  • Zifa happy with Mapeza

    ZIFA is satisfied with Norman Mapeza’s performance after leading his Warriors to a 0-0 draw against neighbours Zambia in an international football friendly at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, the strongest hint that the FC Platinum gaffer could be given the job on a full-time basis.

    Norman Mapeza (right) giving instructions to Warriors players at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday
  • Mugabe is heartless: Mujuru

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is being kept in power by “power-hungry looters”, hence Zimbabweans must take the chance to vote the 93-year-old leader out of office, former Vice-President Joice Mujuru said yesterday.

    NPP leader Joice Mujuru
  • ANC in the Eastern Cape ‘loses’ half its members
    ANC Eastern Cape provincial secretary Oscar Mabuyane. Image by: SIPHE MACANDA

    The ANC in the Eastern Cape which lost the Nelson Mandela Metro to the DA in recent local government elections has lost more than 50% of its membership in five years.

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  • NPP leader Joice Mujuru
    Mugabe is heartless: Mujuru

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is being kept in power by “power-hungry looters”, hence Zimbabweans must take the chance to vote the 93-year-old leader out of office, former Vice-President Joice Mujuru said yesterday.

  • Jason Machaya
    Zanu PF officials ‘implicated’ in Midlands gold wars

    SENIOR Zanu PF officials have been implicated in violent clashes over gold claims in the Midlands province, a government official has said.

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    Soldiers on the rampage at MSU

    A group of suspected soldiers allegedly assaulted students at Midlands State University (MSU) last Saturday evening, leaving more than three dozen seriously injured.

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    UN to increase assistance to Zim

    ZIMBABWE has the capacity to turn around the fortunes of the economy despite a tenuous business environment and poor infrastructure, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) senior economic adviser Amarakoon Bandara said last week.

  • MDC-T secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora
    Nera mulls more demos

    The National Electoral Reforms Agenda (Nera) is mulling more street protests and is geared to face the police head-on as opposition parties push for reforms ahead of polls expected in the second half of next year.

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    Govt struggles with social problems

    ZIMBABWE has more than 600 unemployed social workers, while the country battles with the socio-political upheaval in the face of El Nino-induced droughts and the ravages of tropical storm Dineo that left a trail of destruction.

  • GAVEL
    Brothers fight over land

    THREE Mahusekwa siblings, who, during a village court hearing over land issues, failed to contain themselves before engaging in a fight, yesterday appeared before Marondera magistrate Arnold Maburo facing charges of disorderly conduct.

  • Masiyiwa joins Fortune Magazine’s top 50 leaders
    Econet founder Strive Masiyiwa

    Telecoms mogul and millionaire Strive Masiyiwa has been named among the top 50 leaders by top global business publication, Fortune Magazine.

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    NSSA makes offer to Nicoz minorities

    The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has made a mandatory offer to buy out minorities of Nicoz Diamond after the pay as you go pension fund’s shareholding exceeded 35% stipulated by the stock market.

  • Air Zimbabwe
    Ethiopian Airlines eyes Byo, Air Zim deal

    Ethiopian Airlines is exploring plans to fly to Bulawayo, as Africa’s largest carrier expands its footprint on the local market. Ethiopian International Services managing director, Esayas Woldemariam told journalists on Sunday the carrier had set its eyes on Bulawayo.

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    ‘Money supply shortfall to trigger more bond notes’

    Zimbabwe’s estimated money supply shortfall will force the authorities to push bond notes above the $200 million facility guaranteed by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), a leading research firm has said.

  • Agribank chief executive officer, Sam Malaba (right) presents the bank’s financial statement for the year ending 2016 to the media, with the bank’s marketing and corporate communications manager, Olam Marufu paying attention in Harare yesterday
    Agribank turns the corner, posts $4,8 million profit

    AGRIBANK has recorded a profit of $4,8 million for the year ended December 2016, from a loss position of $6,3m in 2015 on the back of a growth of net interest income.

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    NetOne targets tobacco farmers

    THE opening of the tobacco selling season creates a fresh wave of expenditure patterns with entrepreneurs and companies jostling to get a share of the windfall from the gold leaf.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Batoka project to grow Zim’s renewable energy sources

    The $4 billion Batoka Power Project will see the share of Zimbabwe’s renewable energy sources in electricity nearly doubling to 80%, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

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    ZITF brings relief to foreign exhibitors

    THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has completed its engagement with the country’s tax collector to ensure that foreign companies exhibiting at this year’s edition do not have hassles in bringing their goods into the country, an official has said.

  • Zifa happy with Mapeza
    Norman Mapeza (right) giving instructions to Warriors players at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday

    ZIFA is satisfied with Norman Mapeza’s performance after leading his Warriors to a 0-0 draw against neighbours Zambia in an international football friendly at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, the strongest hint that the FC Platinum gaffer could be given the job on a full-time basis.

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  • Highlanders supporters celebrate their team's win after the match.
    5 Bosso supporters die in accident

    Premier Soccer League giants Highlanders have been saddened at the loss of five supporters who perished in a car accident at the weekend on their way from Bulawayo where Bosso played Caps United in the Zimbabwe National Army Charities Shield final.

  • Partson Jaure
    Jaure’s happy return

    Ngezi Platinum Stars defender Partson Jaure says he is delighted to be back in the Warriors fold after damaging reports of alleged match-fixing had appeared to have ended his international football career with the Zimbabwe Warriors.

  • Charles Manyuchi
    Manyuchi debacle: Mosquito stings Zambians

    FORMER Commonwealth flyweight boxing champion Alfonso “Mosquito” Zvenyika has blamed Charles Manyuchi’s handlers for the boxer’s shock defeat to Qudratillo “The Punisher” Abduqaxorov in Singapore at the weekend, which saw him relinquishing his World Boxing Council welterweight silver title.

  • LLOYD CHITEMBWE ETCHED
    Chitembwe wary of Shabanie

    CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe anticipates a tough match when his side begin their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title defence with a match against returnees Shabanie Mine at Maglas Stadium this weekend.

  • Warriors attacker Ronald Chitiyo (left) and Zambia defender Fackson Kapumbu keep their eyes on the ball during the friendly match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday
    Zambia gaffer praises Warriors

    ZAMBIA coach Wedson Nyirenda praised the Warriors’ hearty show after the two neighbours played out a goalless draw in a friendly international football match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

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    PSL, Delta launch new cup competition

    The Premier Soccer League and Delta Beverages, sponsors of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League and the Chibuku Super Cup, have partnered in introducing a new cup competition — Castle Lager Challenge Cup — which will be contested by the clubs that win the two competitions bankrolled by the brewery company.

  • Elroy Akbay
    Highlanders target glory in ZNA Charity Shield

    HIGHLANDERS will be looking forward to winning the ZNA Charity Shield for the third time in a row when they clash with bubbling Caps United in this year’s final at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon.

  • Masike tours learning institutions
    Hope Masike

    MBIRA songbird Hope Masike is touring learning institutions, imparting knowledge about the creative industry and distributing sanitary pads to girls as a United States embassy alumnus.

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  • Willis Wataffi
    Wataffi, Magacha light up Joina City

    AFRO-FUSION star, Willis Wataffi, set Joina City on fire on Saturday afternoon with an electrifying performance of his song Tsitsi Dzake alongside gospel musician, Sebastian Magacha — who features on the song—during the DStv Thank You Concert.

  • Andy Muridzo
    Zakaria ‘unites’ Bev, Andy

    AFTER washing the dirty linen of their alleged sex shenanigans in public, raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda and married contemporary musician Andy Muridzo will rekindle their romance — albeit on stage — at sungura godfather Nicholas Zakaria’s album launch on April 1 at Aquatic Complex in Chitungwiza.

  • Nyaradzo Francisca Nhongonhema
    Nhongonhema spells out vision for Jibilika

    JIBILIKA Dance Trust’s new boss Nyaradzo Francisca Nhongonhema has said she is eager to grow the organisation’s brand so that it transcends African borders.

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    Classic, jazz concert series hits Zim

    TURKISH-ZIMBABWEAN pianist and violinist Eren Levendoğlu has launched the Twelve Music Festival Concert series, which will begin next week focusing on classical and jazz music.

  • Boroma and Allan Chimbetu
    Boroma’s pursuit of the Chimbetu embrace

    AFTER many years operating as a lone ranger, Chamsom Boroma, who claims to be the offspring of the late great dendera music exponent Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu, has finally found comfort in the embrace of the other Chimbetus.

  • Charles Mungoshi
    Charles Mungoshi set for critical op

    THE Mungoshi family has been left in awe by the response to their SOS for $9 000 to allow celebrated author, Charles Mungoshi, to undergo an urgent repeat medical operation after well-wishers poured in $12 100.

  • Shonaman
    Shonaman releases 2 singles

    SOUTH AFRICA-BASED gospel rapper Mike Tinhidzai, popularly known as Shonaman, has released two singles titled House of The Lord and High Five.

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