• Diasporans petition SA govt over 2018 elections

    SCORES of South Africa-based Zimbabweans yesterday stormed the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria, protesting against their government’s refusal to allow them to vote from outside the country’s borders.

    Part of the Zimbabweans who took to the street in South Africa recently
  • Moyo hits back at Chiwenga

    HIGHER Education minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday hit back at the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino Chiwenga, for threatening him over his stance on the command agriculture programme.

    General Constantino Chiwenga
  • Mhofu demands more

    THOSE who have played under and worked with Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa would testify that he is a tough man and very difficult to please.

    Warriors captain Ovidy Karuru (centre) is challenged by Mozambican Abilio Moucuona during their Cosafa Castle Cup match at the Moruleng Stadium, Rustenburg in South Africa on Monday evening
  • ‘Only new leadership can lure investors’

    A CONSULTANT has said there is need for new leadership in the country to deal with Zimbabwe’s negative investor perception.

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  • Gonyeti set to tickle London, Birmingham

    COMEDIAN Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya is set to celebrate her first anniversary in the comedy industry in style as she is expected to tickle mainly Zimbabweans based in London and Birmingham in the United Kingdom (UK) at a two-day event dubbed Jive Festival this weekend.

    Gonyeti
  • Diasporans petition SA govt over 2018 elections
    Part of the Zimbabweans who took to the street in South Africa recently

    SCORES of South Africa-based Zimbabweans yesterday stormed the Zimbabwean embassy in Pretoria, protesting against their government’s refusal to allow them to vote from outside the country’s borders.

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  • General Constantino Chiwenga
    Moyo hits back at Chiwenga

    HIGHER Education minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday hit back at the Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander, General Constantino Chiwenga, for threatening him over his stance on the command agriculture programme.

  • President R.G.Mugabe
    Boycott Mugabe rally, youths urged

    MASVINGO — Opposition parties have urged youths to boycott President Robert Mugabe’s “interface” rally scheduled for this Friday, saying the veteran ruler does not articulate anything that empowers the constituency, save for abusing them.

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    Woman jailed 10 years for smuggling cocaine

    A 32-YEAR-OLD woman, who was arrested at Harare International Airport while trying to smuggle 3,8 kilogrammes of cocaine worth $304 000 into the country, was yesterday sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment by a Harare magistrate.

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    ‘Zim ready to export beef to Indonesia’

    Zimbabwe is ready to export beef to Indonesia as part of efforts to increase trade between the two countries, Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has said.

  • Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede
    Mudede sued over citizenship

    Registrar-General (RG) Tobaiwa Mudede has been taken to the High Court by a Zimbabwe-born British citizen, William Dale Pilbrough, and his family, who are seeking the intervention of the court for the declaration of their rights in terms of their local status.

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    Man accused of intercepting 7 000 Econet calls from China

    A 26-YEAR-OLD Chitungwiza man, Talent Muguta, yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing allegations of unlawfully operating an Internet café and providing telecommunication services during which time he intercepted more than 7 000 calls from China.

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    ZLHR condemns govt’s torture stance

    THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has described as regrettable and disturbing the failure by government to criminalise torture even though the Constitution outlaws the inhuman practice.


  • Mhofu demands more
    Warriors captain Ovidy Karuru (centre) is challenged by Mozambican Abilio Moucuona during their Cosafa Castle Cup match at the Moruleng Stadium, Rustenburg in South Africa on Monday evening

    THOSE who have played under and worked with Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa would testify that he is a tough man and very difficult to please.

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    BBA League in expansion drive

    THE newly-elected Bulawayo Basketball Association (BBA) board is considering enlisting academies into their league programme for the 2017/2018 season and spreading the game to the western suburbs when the league starts after the National Youth Games in August.

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    Bosso set panel to try suspended coaches

    HIGHLANDERS have set up a three-man disciplinary committee within the Premiership football club’s membership to hear the cases of suspended assistant coach Amini Soma-Phiri and goalkeepers’ coach Cosmas Zulu.

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    Tigers dominate Craven, Academy Week squads

    PRINCE Edward School’s rugby team has been rewarded for its impressive start to the season after contributing the highest number of players in the Old Mutual Zimbabwe squads for the Under-18 Coca-Cola Craven Week and Academy Week tournaments to be held at St Stithians College in Johannesburg, South Africa, from July 17 to 22.

  • Warriors midfielder Liberty Chakoroma (right) tussles for possession with a Mozambican player during the Cosafa Cup Group B encounter in Rustenburg, South Africa, yesterday
    Warriors slay Mambas

    ZIMBABWE made their intentions of winning this year’s Cosafa Cup crystal clear, with an awe-inspiring performance to subdue a battling Mozambique in the two football teams’ opening Group B match at Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa, last night.

  • Sables coach Cyprian Mandenge
    Good start, but hard work awaits: Mandenge

    ZIMBABWE senior rugby team coach Cyprian Mandenge says he was pleased with his team’s character after they secured a crucial 28-16 win against Senegal in their opening match of the expanded Rugby Africa Gold Cup at the Ibar Mar Diop Stadium in Dakar on Saturday.


  • Gonyeti set to tickle London, Birmingham
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    COMEDIAN Samantha “Gonyeti” Kureya is set to celebrate her first anniversary in the comedy industry in style as she is expected to tickle mainly Zimbabweans based in London and Birmingham in the United Kingdom (UK) at a two-day event dubbed Jive Festival this weekend.

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  • Machena Band
    Chirikure, Machisa collabo album out

    RENOWNED poet Chirikure Chirikure says the use of traditional instruments fused with lyrics in their collaborative album, Musoro, with human rights defender Okay Machisa and friends is aimed at promoting ethnic music.

  • Gospel artist Michael Mahendere perfoms on stage during his album launch at Ster Kinekor in Harare on Thursday
    Mahendere Brothers reunite

    TOP gospel music outfit, Mahendere Brothers, are set to rekindle sweet memories of the “good old days” when they reunite for a live DVD album recording for their latest album, Rebirth, at the Aquatic Complex in Chitungwiza on August 5.

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    TD Jakes coming to Zim

    INFLUENTIAL United States preacher and senior pastor of the Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas, Theodore Dexter Jakes — popularly known as TD Jakes — is headed for Zimbabwe as a guest speaker at the Zimpraise Choir’s International Gospel and Music Festival scheduled for September 5 to 9.

  • The late sungura music icon John Chibadura
    Sungura: Story of John Chibadura and Zim music

    THE new, extraordinary DVD titled Sungura: Story of John Chibadura and Zimbabwean Music, brought tears to my eyes.

  • Sandra “Sandy” Ndebele and Leeknotic
    Sandy, Leeknotic drop new video

    MUSICIAN and dancer Sandra “Sandy” Ndebele, who is tipped to dance away with at least one award at the inaugural Bulawayo Arts Awards set for Friday, has dropped an enthralling music video for the song, Tshibilika.

  • Faheem Somanje
    Never Somanje dumps Pengaudzoke

    NEVER Somanje, who joined the Pengaudzoke band following the death of founder Daiton Somanje, has dumped the outfit citing management crisis.

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    Ditswi delivers refined act at World Music Day celebrations

    BULAWAYO-based Afro-fusion band Ditswi delivered a polished act at the weekend during the World Music Day celebrations held at the Bulawayo City Hall car park.

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