• Live Updates: Zanu PF politburo meeting

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will today preside over a bitterly divided Zanu PF politburo amid heightened tensions, as the acrimonious succession wars threaten to boil over.

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  • Zanu PF showdown looms

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will today preside over a bitterly divided Zanu PF politburo amid heightened tensions, as the acrimonious succession wars threaten to boil over.

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  • DeMbare lose Gutu to Caps

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League giants Caps United has swooped on midfielder Archford Gutu, whom rivals Dynamos have been dithering on sealing a deal with for some weeks.

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  • MP urges Parly to look into Mugabe’s fitness

    PARLIAMENT has been urged to look into the fitness of President Robert Mugabe to determine whether he should continue in office.

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  • Updated: Zim seeks $1,1 billion to clear WB arrears

    Government will secure a medium to long-term loan to clear its $1,1 billion arrears to the World Bank Group in the second phase of an arrears clearance programme with preferred creditors as it seeks to unlock fresh lines of credit.

    John Mangudya
  • Live Updates: Zanu PF politburo meeting
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    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will today preside over a bitterly divided Zanu PF politburo amid heightened tensions, as the acrimonious succession wars threaten to boil over.

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  • Missing activist Itai Dzamara
    Human rights activists seek to meet Presidium over Dzamara

    SCORES of activists yesterday converged at Africa Unity Square to pray for missing journalist-cum-activist Itai Dzamara, who has been missing for the past 11 months.

  • OWEN Kuchata
    Mugabe bomber jailed 9 years

    OWEN Kuchata, the president of the little-known opposition Zimbabwe People’s Front party, has been slapped with an 11-year jail term for banditry and money-laundering after being convicted of attempting to petrol-bomb President Robert Mugabe’s dairy plant in Mazowe two weeks ago.

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    Drug-resistant TB costly to treat

    THE cost of treatment of extensively drug resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) in Zimbabwe is estimated to be as high as $31 000 per patient, hence the need to nip it in the bud before a person develops it.

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    MDC-T MP, 11activists acquitted

    Highfield East MP Erick Murai (MDC-T) and 11 of the 13 suspects arrested last November on charges of public violence, yesterday walked out of the Mbare Magistrates’ Court free after they were acquitted at the end of the State case.

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    Reconciliation indaba opens in Harare

    PEACE and reconciliation stakeholders from across the country converged in Harare yesterday to deliberate on strategies to make Zimbabwe’s reconciliation policy inclusive and effective, the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) said yesterday

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    Chitown council vehicles gobble $23 000 worth of fuel in 2 months

    EMPLOYEES’ personal vehicles at Chitungwiza Town Council consumed 16 000 litres of fuel worth over at $23 000 in just two months at the financially struggling local authority, NewsDay has established.

  • Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa is seen during the opening of parliament.
    134 MPs sign Barcelona Declaration on TB

    A TOTAL of 134 Members of Parliament (MPs) had by yesterday signed the Barcelona Declaration which aims to raise awareness on tuberculosis (TB).

  • RBZ to issue financial literacy framework
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    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will issue out a framework for financial literacy by the second quarter of this year as it moves to increase financial inclusion.

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  • Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive officer  Alban Chirume
    Blue-chip counters to dominate ZSE trades

    Blue-chip counters will dominate trade on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) in 2016 as they are the preferred choice by foreign investors, a research firm has said.

  • Agriculture water spray
    Using conversations, data in agricultural decisions

    Farmers and other agricultural actors in developing countries are now realising that data, as in agricultural information, is more important than data bundles that are related to mobile airtime usage.

  • Bulawayo-City-Council
    BCC revenue up by 3%

    THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC)’s revenue collection in the year 2015 slightly increased by 3,4% to $72 million compared to the previous year despite a rise in default rate due to harsh economic environment haunting the country, latest council minutes show.

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    UN urges govt to engage international partners

    A UNITED NATIONS (UN) senior official has urged government to exercise fiscal discipline and continue in its engagement with international partners.

  • John Mangudya
    Updated: Zim seeks $1,1 billion to clear WB arrears

    Government will secure a medium to long-term loan to clear its $1,1 billion arrears to the World Bank Group in the second phase of an arrears clearance programme with preferred creditors as it seeks to unlock fresh lines of credit.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Zimbabwe’s debt clearance strategy

    Zimbabwe is in arrears on most of its external official debt. Lack of balance of payments and budget support has hampered economic growth prospects.

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    Vast Resources gold mines break-even in first quarter

    AIM-listed mining company Vast Resources PLC says its two mines in Zimbabwe and Romania have achieved break-even status during the first reported production quarter.

  • Massive player exodus hits Triangle
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    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League side Triangle management has come under criticism from the team’s fans as a massive player exodus ensues under their watch.

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  • ARCHFORD GUTU
    DeMbare lose Gutu to Caps

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League giants Caps United has swooped on midfielder Archford Gutu, whom rivals Dynamos have been dithering on sealing a deal with for some weeks.

  • Zifa chairman Phillip Chiyangwa and TSM chief executive officer Moinul Chowdury after the signing ceremony in Harare yesterday
    Zifa strikes gold

    Zimbabwe’s football controlling body Zifa has struck another multi-million dollar sponsorship deal that will see the country hosting a new competition called the Robert Mugabe Afro-Asia Intercontinental Tournament every year for the next eight years.

  • Wicknell Chivayo (centre) hands over the keys of the brand new Toyota Hilux to Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa while Zifa president Phillip Chiyangwa looks on yesterday
    Over to you Pasuwa

    Pasuwa’s camp and Zifa agreed on a two-year contract which the former Dynamos mentor signed later in the evening as he puts focus on qualifying Zimbabwe to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals.

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    Chimanda burial set for today

    The late Zifa Bulawayo provincial chairperson Washington Chimanda, who died on Friday, will be laid to rest at West Park Cemetery this morning.

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    Mangwiro frets over wasteful strikers

    HARARE City coach Taurai Mangwiro is worried about his strikers’ conversion rate ahead of their Caf Confederation Cup tie against AS Adema of Madagascar in the preliminary round first leg tie in the capital on Saturday.

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    Magaya reaffirms sports development support

    PROPHETIC, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya has reaffirmed his support for the development and growth of sport in the country.

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    Injured players join Chicken inn

    SEVEN key Chicken Inn players commenced training with the rest of the squad yesterday at Hartsfield Ground as they prepare for their Caf Champions League football clash against South African Premier League side Mamelodi Sundowns at Barbourfields Stadium on Saturday.

  • Stage set for Pretty Miss Valentine
    Horizon Pub and Grill

    BULAWAYO – Preparations for the Pretty Miss Valentine slated for this Saturday at the upmarket Horizon Pub and Grill are gathering momentum.

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    Moments of laughter on Valentine’s Day

    LEADING stand-up comedian Carl Joshua Ncube is set to leave lovers in stitches on February 13 at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge as he performs in his debut 2016 show dubbed Wild, Wild Valentines.

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    Miss Zim Trust tightens regulations

    THE Miss Zimbabwe Trust has incorporated a clause that allows them to take legal action against a reigning Miss World Zimbabwe queen in the event that she violated the code of conduct that governs the pageant, NewsDay has established.

  • Skaiva
    Skaiva calls for local support

    AFTER serenading house music lovers in Bulawayo on Friday night, two-time Zimbabwe Music Awards nominee Mqondisi Sibanda, aka Skaiva, has called on fans to support local talent.

  • Mathscover
    Mathematics expert releases textbook

    A LOCAL Mathematics expert and teacher Nation Mupinyuri has released two Grade 7 Mathematics textbooks to help pupils who struggle with the subject easily capture the concepts and succeed in the subject.

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    Mpostori Wency in live DVD recording

    gospel music prodigy Wencilus “Mpostori Wency” Makungisa is set to play solitaire when he records his debut live DVD album following a successful music career as part of the high-flying Zimpraise Choir on February 27 at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale.

  • Alick Macheso Etched
    Macheso takes Tsoka Dzerwendo to Centenary

    HUNDREDS of Alick Macheso’s fans, who thronged Club Changaz in Centenary, Mashonaland Central on Friday night, were left clamouring for more despite the sungura musician’s eight-hour performance.

  • Killer T
    Killer T – The life, music and the ‘wars’

    DANCEHALL music prodigy, Killer T has continued to ride the crest of a wave following the release of his hugely popular debut, Makarova Ganaz (Shona colloquial for “You beat up a Soldier”) and the signature gun sound chant, Popopo.

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