• Mujuru snubs ‘Mnangagwa war vets’

    Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, has turned down a proposed meeting between herself and the top leadership of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA), saying she had no business dealing with ex-combatants aligned to her rival, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

    ZimPF leader Joice Mujuru
  • Douglas Chimbetu courts Boroma

    THE Chimbetu family seems to be warming up to the late dendera maestro, Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu’s “forgotten son”, Chamson Boroma, with the latest being Douglas Chimbetu, who has approached the dendera crooner, so they can work together.

    Douglas Chimbetu
  • RBZ extends export incentive to tourism

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has extended the export incentive scheme to the tourism sector, recognising the industry as a quick-win in generating foreign currency, players have said.

    RBZ governor John Mangudya
  • ‘Not good enough’

    CAPS United vice-captain, Hardlife Zvirekwi has warned his teammates to improve in all areas, saying their performance in the victory over visiting Lioli of Lesotho in the Caf Champions League preliminary round second leg match on Sunday, would not be good enough to beat TP Mazembe in the next stage of the continental football competition.

    Hardlife Zvirekwi
  • Magaya rape trial fails to commence

    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance Ministries leader, Walter Magaya’s rape trial, which was expected to be heard at the High Court, failed to commence yesterday after it emerged that his Constitutional Court (ConCourt) application challenging the proceedings, was still pending.

    PHD ministries leader Walter Magaya
  • Women, local authorities collaborate
    A local non-government organisation, Institute for Young Women in Development, last week unveiled a programme to facilitate the active participation  of women in issues that affect their community

    THE running of community affairs in rural areas is often left to men, leaving women playing a passive role both in the political and developmental arenas.

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  • ZimPF leader Joice Mujuru
    Mujuru snubs ‘Mnangagwa war vets’

    Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, has turned down a proposed meeting between herself and the top leadership of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA), saying she had no business dealing with ex-combatants aligned to her rival, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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    Fundira set to lose SA property over debt

    LOCAL safari operator, Emmanuel Fundira, risks losing his immovable property in Cape Town, South Africa, over an undisclosed debt owed to Body Corporate Atlantic Shores, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Joram Gumbo
    Byo-Nkayi Road rehab put on hold

    THE rehabilitation of the dilapidated Bulawayo-Nkayi Road will not be done anytime soon, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister, Joram Gumbo has said.

  • Jessie Majome
    Majome cries foul over Parly committee axe

    HARARE West legislator Jessie Majome (MDC-T) has claimed that her recent removal as chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice was politically-motivated, as some of the decisions passed by her committee had unsettled ruling Zanu PF bigwigs.

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    3 firms eye Kwekwe Breweries

    KWEKWE City Council says three companies have expressed interest in injecting capital into its loss-making business entity, Kwekwe Breweries.

  • Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo
    Zimpapers, scribes geared to fight Moyo

    The Zimbabwe Newspapers (Zimpapers) group, its editors and reporters have filed opposing papers challenging Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s $9 million defamation lawsuit.

  • Prisca Mupfumira
    Govt postpones bonus indaba

    PUBLIC Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira yesterday said a meeting to announce dates for civil servants’ bonus payments had been postponed to next week to allow for further consultations.

  • Zim under pressure to halt poor run
    The Zimbabwe national cricket team will be hoping for an improved performance when they take on Afghanistan in the third one-day international this morning

    The Zimbabwe national cricket team find themselves under intense pressure to keep the five-match one-day international series against Afghanistan alive when the two teams clash for the third match at Harare Sports Club today.

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  • Hardlife Zvirekwi
    ‘Not good enough’

    CAPS United vice-captain, Hardlife Zvirekwi has warned his teammates to improve in all areas, saying their performance in the victory over visiting Lioli of Lesotho in the Caf Champions League preliminary round second leg match on Sunday, would not be good enough to beat TP Mazembe in the next stage of the continental football competition.

  • Kelvin Kaindu
    Kaindu retains bulk of squad

    HOW Mine head coach, Kelvin Kaindu is keeping the bulk of his players from last year having let go of 2013 Castle Lager Soccer Star of the Year Tawanda Muparati, defender Victor Kamhuka and midfielder Fungai Chirinda.

  • Ronald-Chitiyo
    Caps sail through

    RONALD Chitiyo may have endeared himself in the Caps United fans’ hearts forever, after putting on a polished performance to guide his side to the first round of the Confederation of African (Caf) Champions League with a hard-fought win over Lesotho Champions, Lioli, in the competition’s preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports […]

  • Lyod Mutasa
    DeMbare in Mozambique for training camp

    DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa travelled with a new look 20-member squad with a mixture of youth and experience to Mozambique for a training camp ahead of the 2017 Premier League season.

  • Swimming officials watch as swimmers dive into the pool as they took part in Mashonaland junior swimming competition held at St Johns school
    Zimbabwe finish second in swimming championships

    HOSTS, Zimbabwe finished second in the African Swimming Confederation (Cana) championships, which ended in Bulawayo yesterday.

  • Jairosi Tapera (right)
    Yadah targets Chiefs, Downs friendlies

    NEWLY-promoted Premier Soccer League side Yadah Football Club will have a pre-season training camp in South Africa where they plan to play some of that country’s football giants, as the ambitious side intensifies their preparations for the upcoming season.

  • ngezi-platinum-players-celebrate-after-winning-the-chibuku-super-cup-final-yesterday
    Ngezi bank on experience

    NGEZI Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya believes the experience of playing continental football that some of the team’s personnel have could work in their favour when they face off with Mauritian side Pamplemousse in the Confederation of African Football (Caf) Confederations Cup preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon.

  • Douglas Chimbetu courts Boroma
    Douglas Chimbetu

    THE Chimbetu family seems to be warming up to the late dendera maestro, Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu’s “forgotten son”, Chamson Boroma, with the latest being Douglas Chimbetu, who has approached the dendera crooner, so they can work together.

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    Mixed reactions over Nama winners

    History repeated itself as high-riding musicians, Winky D and Jah Prayzah, again scooped two awards apiece at the annual National Arts Merit Awards (Nama), held at 7 Arts in Harare on Saturday night.

  • Cindy Munyavi
    Cindy opens up on her passion for music, fashion

    WHEN Cindy Munyavi stepped onto the big music stage with her debut album, Kukuda (Loving You), it marked the beginning of a fruitful career that has seen her release a string of love hits, including Parere Moyo, Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu and Ndini Ndinaye.

  • Agrippa Ngwenya
    Actor, political activist Ngwenya dies

    TELEVISION actor and political activist, Agrippa Sikwata Ngwenya, has died. He was 80.

  • Chipawo performs on stage
    Chipawo adapts Spanish play into Shona

    HIGH profile children’s arts group, Chipawo is billed to celebrate Mother Language Day with the Shona adaptation of a Spanish play at Theatre in the Park on from February 24 to 25.

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    Journos dominate Nama literary awards

    OVER the last two years, the literary segment of the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) has been dominated by writers working as professional journalists or stringers for media houses, NewsDay has established.

  • Killer T
    Weekend Outing

    THE country’s premier arts and culture awards night comes alive tomorrow as the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe honours artistes from diverse arts and cultural disciplines, who produced outstanding works in 2016.

  • Lawrence Simbarashe
    Bhonzo movie release in limbo

    COMEDIAN, Lawrence Simbarashe’s fans may have to wait a little longer for his “resurrection” on screen, as the distribution of the long-awaited Mapeto — a movie expected to improve the veteran actor’s waning fortunes — has hit a snag, NewsDay can reveal.

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