• Factionalism rocks Mujuru party

    ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru had a baptism of fire at the weekend when her Bikita West parliamentary candidate, Kudakwashe Gopo, was hammered by Zanu PF’s Beauty Chabaya in an election where some of her lieutenants blamed factionalism for the opposition party’s poor showing.

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  • Mpofu’s woes mount

    MACRO-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion minister Obert Mpofu’s business entity, Kanhondo Safaris and Tours, has been sued by Total Zimbabwe over a$32 000 fuel debt.

    Obert Mpofu
  • Bulawayo housing project to start in 2017 H2 — CABS

    LEADING mortgage lender, Cabs, says its low-income housing project in Bulawayo is expected to kick off in the second half of the year.

    Long queues at CABS Jason Moyo  Avenue branch
  • Champions Caps United impress

    CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says he is pleased with his team in terms of physical conditioning as the Harare giants warmed up to their African Champions League campaign next month with a 2-0 victory over a battling Ferroviario Beira of Mozambique at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

    Chitembwe
  • ZimPraise presents Pentecost at 10th anniversary

    HIGH-FLYING interdenominational gospel outfit, ZimPraise, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with the launch of their much-awaited Season 9 Pentecost Live DVD on February 2 at Ster-Kinekor, Eastgate in Harare.

    Joseph Madziyire
  • Factionalism rocks Mujuru party
    zimpf-leader-joice-mujuru

    ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru had a baptism of fire at the weekend when her Bikita West parliamentary candidate, Kudakwashe Gopo, was hammered by Zanu PF’s Beauty Chabaya in an election where some of her lieutenants blamed factionalism for the opposition party’s poor showing.

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  • Obert Mpofu
    Mpofu’s woes mount

    MACRO-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion minister Obert Mpofu’s business entity, Kanhondo Safaris and Tours, has been sued by Total Zimbabwe over a$32 000 fuel debt.

  • Hikvision overseas technical support engineer, Luke Yuan (right) and African business department representative, Alex Xia (left) present a certificate of authorisation to Nations Hardware representative, Mohamed Saeed Materia, as the official agent and distributor of Hikvision products in Zimbabwe on Thursday
    Nations Hardware partners Chinese security devices manufacturer

    LOCAL electrical and hardware supplier, Nations Hardware and Electrical, has partnered a Chinese security devices manufacturer, Hikvision, to supply high quality security devices including sophisticated surveillance cameras into the Zimbabwean market.

  • Gweru
    Gweru clinic maternity ward reopens

    Gweru City Council-run Mtapa Clinic, has reopened its maternity ward, closed three years ago to pave way for renovations.

  • Warriors captain Willlard Katsande gestures during Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Algeria
    Warriors to throw caution to the wind: Skipper

    Zimbabwe will be looking for a fast start when they play against Tunisia in their important final Group B match of the Africa Cup of Nations finals here tonight.

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    Zanu PF lifts youth education secretary’s suspension

    ZANU PF Manicaland provincial youth executive has lifted the suspension imposed on its education secretary, Kudzai Madhara, who was being accused of demanding bribes from prospective students seeking to enrol at Mutare Teachers College.

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    Historian donates book to schools

    PROMINENT Bulawayo historian, Pathisa Nyathi, last week donated 400 copies of his book on the late nationalist, Welshman Mabhena to several school in Matabeleland North and Bulawayo.

  • rainfall
    Heavy rains spur power outages

    POWER utility, Zesa, has blamed the heavy rains received in most parts of the country for causing a sharp increase in electrical faults and power outages.

  • Bulawayo housing project to start in 2017 H2 — CABS
    Long queues at CABS Jason Moyo  Avenue branch

    LEADING mortgage lender, Cabs, says its low-income housing project in Bulawayo is expected to kick off in the second half of the year.

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  • contract
    Watch out for contract management incompetence, fraud

    Fraud in contract management relates to deliberate diversion of project resources for personal gain.

  • sugarcane plantation
    Zimbabwe sugar farmers get dam 50 years after it was proposed

    THE $300 million Tokwe-Mukosi Dam — a project first proposed about five decades ago, which will supply water to sugar growers in the south of the country — is nearly complete.

  • COTTON FIELD
    Cottco gives farmers inputs

    THE Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco) has started giving out sprays to half of the 70 000 farmers that grew the crop amid revelations that government provided inputs worth $42 million for the 2016/17 season.

  • Zimra
    It’s the economy, stupid: Zimra

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says the tough economic environment affected the performance of revenue heads in 2016, resulting in the tax collector missing its target for the year.

  • It takes a skill to deal with subordinates, team players, or partners. Power and authority comes not only with money, but the responsibility to handle it appropriately
    Importance of cash flow management in business

    Success or failure in business depends on how a business manages its cash resources. Cash in the business sense is not just notes and coins, but should be understood to mean cash flow. Without positive cash-flow, a business will not survive for very long. Why is cash flow so vital to the success of businesses, […]

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    Banks, TIMB work on export incentive

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is working with banks and the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) to refine the current framework to ensure that tobacco growers promptly access the 5% export incentive for the 2017 tobacco marketing season.

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    Boost for Zim investment climate

    Three missions from a World Bank-administered trust fund are in the country to help Zimbabwe improve its business environment climate, support reform of State-owned enterprises and efforts to strengthen the poverty and equity focus of public spending.

  • Warriors to throw caution to the wind: Skipper
    Warriors captain Willlard Katsande gestures during Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Algeria

    Zimbabwe will be looking for a fast start when they play against Tunisia in their important final Group B match of the Africa Cup of Nations finals here tonight.

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  • Chitembwe
    Champions Caps United impress

    CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe says he is pleased with his team in terms of physical conditioning as the Harare giants warmed up to their African Champions League campaign next month with a 2-0 victory over a battling Ferroviario Beira of Mozambique at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

  • Lyod-Mutasa
    Five-match ultimatum for Mutasa

    DYNAMOS has told coach Lloyd Mutasa to win the first five competitive matches of the upcoming season or face the boot as the Harare giants seek to reclaim the glory.

  • Zifa-house
    PSL succumbs

    THE relegation/promotion football saga that had threatened to disrupt the start of the upcoming league season has finally come to an amicable conclusion, after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday resolved to adopt a Zifa resolution to promote four teams into the top-flight league with two demoted to the lower leagues.

  • Caps United players go through their paces during a training session at the National Sports Stadium in Harare
    Caps to field strong team

    CAPS United have said they will field a strong squad in their friendly football match against visiting Mozambican champions, Ferroviario de Beira set for the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

  • Kirsty Coventry (in red top) poses with Petra students who are members of the Matabeleland provincial swimming team
    Kirsty happy with swimming development in Zim

    LEGENDARY Zimbabwean swimmer, Kirsty Coventry says she is encouraged by efforts to develop the sport at grassroots level and feels vindicated for choosing to return home after her retirement.

  • Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa (left) with defender Elisha Muroiwa at a training session in Harare yesterday
    We are still in it: Pasuwa

    Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa was left a figure of frustration after seeing his team making another slow start in their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football clash with Senegal, where Zimbabwe lost 2-0.

  • Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa
    Zim Mane-handled

    Zimbabwe’s chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the on-going 2017 Africa Cup of Nations received a body blow when they were put to the sword by a classy, but wasteful Senegal side here last night.

  • Vusa Mkhaya relishes Austria stay
    Vusa Mkhaya

    AUSTRIAN-based imbube musician, Vusa Mkhaya, who is currently in the country to market his third album uManyanyatha, says his stay in Europe has helped him develop his career on the global scene.

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    Dzimbanhete hosts Vanhu Vatema Vanhasi Exhibition

    DZIMBANHETE Arts Centre is hosting the Vanhu Vatema Vanhasi exhibition by Black Avant Gardes, a seven-member group of arts students, at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe.

  • Joseph Madziyire
    ZimPraise presents Pentecost at 10th anniversary

    HIGH-FLYING interdenominational gospel outfit, ZimPraise, will celebrate its 10th anniversary with the launch of their much-awaited Season 9 Pentecost Live DVD on February 2 at Ster-Kinekor, Eastgate in Harare.

  • Tytan
    Tytan opens up on love life, work and fame

    WITH only two years in the music industry, Njabulo Nkomo — better known as Tytan — is making waves, which have seen him considered among the best artistes in this competitive industry.

  • Gonyeti
    Zimbos find solace in comedy

    LAUGHTER is said to be the best medicine and it appears some Zimbabweans have found solace in comedy in the face of economic challenges, as the country’s economy continues to weaken.

  • Kireni Zulu
    Kireni Zulu takes a dig at fake prophets in new album

    Local jazz sensation, Kireni Zulu has taken a dig at the rise of fake prophets in his new album Prophet Kitiwell.

  • Highlanders football star, Peter Muduhwa (left) and Sandisiwe Dube
    Musician, footballer engaged?

    MUSICIAN Sandisiwe Dube, who is also a radio presenter on Skyz Metro FM, might have secretly engaged Highlanders football star, Peter Muduhwa, whom she is said to be dating, if her recent post on Twitter is anything to go by.

  • wicknell-chivayo-copy
    Wicknell in bizarre Nkomo tribute

    FLAMBOYANT businessman, Wicknell Chivayo on Tuesday issued a bizarre tribute to the late Vice-President John Nkomo, where he appeared to plagiarise large swathes of Puff Daddy and Faith Evans’s I’ll be Missing You, a tribute to the late Notorious BIG.

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