• Politically-charged play premieres tonight

    EDZAI Isu Theatre Arts Project in partnership with Heal Zimbabwe Trust will tonight premiere a potentially charged play, After Flashbacks and Setbacks, at Harare’s Theatre in the Park. (more…)

    Tafadzwa Muzondo
  • Zanu PF T-shirts saga rages on

    The business impasse between South African-based businessman, Dharmesh Nagar and businesswoman Patience Chivasa over the supply of Zanu PF women’s league campaign T-shirts has taken a new twist after the latter made a police report against the former for allegedly tampering with her email and insulting her over the phone following a failed deal.

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  • Grace hallucinating: Opposition parties

    FIRST Lady Grace has come under fire for declaring that President Robert Mugabe “will rule from the grave” during the Zanu PF million-man-march in Harare on Wednesday.

    First Lady Grace Mugabe.Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva
  • Mugabe march causes mayhem

    THE Zanu PF youth league-led “million-man march” to perpetuate President Robert Mugabe’s rule has reportedly left a trail of destruction in some parts of the country after opposition activists had their houses burnt for snubbing the event, NewsDay has learnt.

    An amateur picture showing one of the four grass-thatched houses that were allegedly torched by Zanu PF supporters in Zhombe, Midlands province, on Monday
  • CFI Holdings bourse suspension lifted

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) yesterday lifted the suspension on the trading of shares of CFI Holdings after the company was suspended in January this year for failing to publish its financials on time.

    Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive officer  Alban Chirume
  • Grace hallucinating: Opposition parties
    First Lady Grace Mugabe.Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva

    FIRST Lady Grace has come under fire for declaring that President Robert Mugabe “will rule from the grave” during the Zanu PF million-man-march in Harare on Wednesday.

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    Mushakata church seeks pastors’ eviction

    The Independent African Church (Mushakata) has approached the High Court seeking to evict its three pastors from church premises in Highfield, Harare, and Sakubva and Dangamvura in Mutare, accusing them of having formed their own factions in an attempt to take over the running of the church affairs.

  • An amateur picture showing one of the four grass-thatched houses that were allegedly torched by Zanu PF supporters in Zhombe, Midlands province, on Monday
    Mugabe march causes mayhem

    THE Zanu PF youth league-led “million-man march” to perpetuate President Robert Mugabe’s rule has reportedly left a trail of destruction in some parts of the country after opposition activists had their houses burnt for snubbing the event, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Stop economic doom: Magaya

    Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya has warned that Zimbabwe’s economy is doomed unless “qualified and dedicated” people were urgently appointed to steer the economy and revive the fortunes of the country.

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    Cassava: A boost for food security, rural development

    NYANGA — For many years, Robert Sachiwaya (59), a small-holder farmer in ward 30, Nyanga district, has been cultivating cassava on the sidelines of crops such as maize, groundnuts and potatoes, or as a boundary fence to his fields. (more…)

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    Govt urged to come hard on human traffickers

    The Parliamentary Committee on Women Affairs and Gender has urged government to develop a national strategy to fight human trafficking, taking a leaf from countries like Hungary, which have stringent anti-trafficking laws. (more…)

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    NPA faces eviction over non-payment of rentals

    THE National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) faces eviction from its posh offices in central Harare over non-payment of nearly half a million dollars in rentals, NewsDay can reveal. (more…)

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    Video: Scramble for food, song & dance at Zanu PF march

    We have, in video, Zanu PF supporters protesting in song as they refuse to pay the tollgate fees on their way to the march held in Harare on Africa Day. (more…)

  • CFI Holdings bourse suspension lifted
    Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive officer  Alban Chirume

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) yesterday lifted the suspension on the trading of shares of CFI Holdings after the company was suspended in January this year for failing to publish its financials on time.

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    Govt, business in labour stand-off

    GOVERNMENT, labour and business are deadlocked on the framework of three of the 13 principles agreed under the Tripartite Negotiating Forum (TNF) in 2014.

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    Overtrading as a business risk for SMEs

    SUCCESSFULLY running a start-up SME business is often a very difficult and tricky affair. Emerging entrepreneurs face many challenges, which range from the first stages of coming up with a profitable business model and bankable business plan; putting the resources together to get the business going; and ultimately trying to turn it into a success.

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    Zesa assures no winter power cuts

    Zesa Holdings has once again assured consumers that they will not experience any load shedding this winter as the power utility has secured electricity from various sources.

  • Zimra Commissioner-General Gershem Pasi
    External forensic auditors for Zimra

    THE office of the Comptroller and Auditor General is this week expected to appoint external auditors to carry out a forensic audit of Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) operations following the suspension of five top executives.

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    Tobacco worth $246,34 million sold so far

    TOBACCO worth $246,34 million has so far been sold at the tobacco sales floor, compared to $234,29 million recorded during the same period last year, statistics from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) have revealed.

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    Power to be one of the most tradable in the region

    Southern and central Africa will have to negotiate with countries that possess excess power generating capacity and those battling supply shortages in three to five years, Standard Bank has said.

  • Money-saved
    Emcoz urges govt to focus on addressing causes of cash shortages

    THE Employers’ Confederation of Zimbabwe (Emcoz) has urged government to focus on addressing causes of cash shortages instead of concentrating on tackling symptoms of the problems currently manifesting in the economy.

  • Billiat, Mushekwi could miss tie
    Khama Billiat of mamelodi Sundowns celebrates his goal during the Absa Premiership football match between University of Pretoria and Mamelodi Sundowns at the Tuks Stadium, Pretoria on 09 November 2013 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

    ZIMBABWE international forwards Nyasha Mushekwi and Khama Billiat could miss the international football friendly against Uganda on Tuesday next week due to club commitments.

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  • 1-FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza shouts instructions to his players
    FC Platinum held

    HOW MINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 FC PLATINUM . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League table toppers FC Platinum rode their luck to escape with a point following a second half siege by […]

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    Caps luv dat Chicken

    CAPS United bounced back to winning ways with a hard-fought victory over defending Premier Soccer League champions, Chicken Inn at Luveve Stadium yesterday.

  • Khama Billiat of mamelodi Sundowns celebrates his goal during the Absa Premiership football match between University of Pretoria and Mamelodi Sundowns at the Tuks Stadium, Pretoria on 09 November 2013 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
    Billiat wins Player of the Month award

    Johannesburg — Pitso Mosimane and Khama Billiat celebrated their South African Premiership football championship triumph with Mamelodi Sundowns by winning the final Absa Premiership Coach and Player of the Month awards for the 2015/16 season.

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    Sweet victory for Triangle

    Mutare City Rovers’ winless run continued yesterday after they were handed their third straight Castle Lager Premier Soccer League defeat away to Triangle at Gibbo Stadium.

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    Border finally strike

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League newboys, Border Strikers finally registered their first top-flight victory after despatching Tsholotsho at Maglas Stadium in Zvishavane yesterday.

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    Bulawayo City beat Ngezi Platinum

    BULAWAYO City picked up their second win of the season when they edged fellow Castle Lager Premier Soccer League debutants Ngezi Platinum Stars at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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    Hwange sink in Kariba

    Substitute Never Tigere scored from a spectacular free kick to help ZPC Kariba sink Hwange in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at at Nyamhunga Stadium yesterday.

  • Politically-charged play premieres tonight
    Tafadzwa Muzondo

    EDZAI Isu Theatre Arts Project in partnership with Heal Zimbabwe Trust will tonight premiere a potentially charged play, After Flashbacks and Setbacks, at Harare’s Theatre in the Park. (more…)

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    International collaborative album on cards

    SEASONED musicians Charles Charamba and Sandra Ndebele-Sibindi have completed recording their songs to be included on a musical album on libraries and reading under the Zimbabwe Rural Schools Library Trust for release later this year.

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    Malope jets in for gospel concert

    CELEBRATED South African gospel diva, Rebecca Malope, who last performed in the country seven years ago, is expected to arrive at the Harare International Airport this afternoon aboard South African Airways ahead of her two shows at the Gospel Divas Concert in Harare and Bulawayo at the weekend.

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    Kuda Mutsvene to tour Canada

    LOCAL gospel sensation, Kuda Mutsvene, popularly known for the hit track, Mhururu, is set to perform alongside other local acts — Lloyd Tevedzai and Fiona Makwasha — at the African Gospel Festival in Canada next week.

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    Wenyasha’s arrival on the big stage

    NYASHA Chingono, a scribe who traded his notebook for the microphone, has announced his arrival on the big stage, with the release of his debut gospel album, Mbiri Kuna Jesu, which was launched in Bulawayo last weekend.

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    Nyakudya engages Vabati vaJehovha

    GOSPEL music prodigy, Kudzai Nyakudya’s recent engagement of popular apostolic choral group, Vabati VaJehovha, on his latest seven-track album Pfumo Rinobaya, released a fortnight ago, appears to have paid off in light of the generous airplay it has been receiving and the response by fans.

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    ZiFM Stereo nominated for award

    LOCAL private commercial radio station, ZiFM Stereo, has been nominated for the Trumpet Africa Gospel Music Awards (Tagma) for its Sunday gospel programme, Get Lifted, hosted by Samantha Rusare.

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    UZ shines at international fiesta

    STUDENTS from the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) shone, as they showcased their artistic skills at the Limkokwing International Cultural Festival Malaysia 2016 held in the Asian country on Friday.

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