• Video: Police throw teargas in kombi

    A video circulating on social media- seemingly taken during Wednesday’s demonstrations- appears to show a commuter omnibus filled with tear smoke driving off from a street corner surrounded by dozens of anti-riot police. People are seen to be jumping off the minibus. (more…)

    Scenes from the MDC T demonstration that took place in Harare yesterday (7)
  • Rich pickings for Zim players

    SHOCKING figures that Tanzanian top-flight football league sides are offering Zimbabwean players have emerged. Of late, there has been an influx of local players to Tanzania where they have clinched contracts at clubs such as Azam, Simba SC and Young Africans, with life-changing sums being offered.

    back-page
  • ZimPF book undresses Mugabe

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) has launched a book chronicling Zanu PF government’s leadership failures since independence in 1980.

    President R.G Mugabe
  • Rioters on rampage as police block march to State House

    GOODS worth thousands of dollars were destroyed and looted yesterday as police violently crushed a march by MDC-T youths to State House, where they reportedly intended to push President Robert Mugabe to step down.

    UP IN SMOKE . . . A Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation vehicle was torched by demonstrators  in Harare yesterday
  • AMHVoices: Brave youths can change this country

    They are the largest voting population, but when it comes to participation in the day-to-day running of the politics, they are told that it’s not their opportunity because they are still very young

    Stendrick Zvorwadza
  • Video: Police throw teargas in kombi
    Scenes from the MDC T demonstration that took place in Harare yesterday (7)

    A video circulating on social media- seemingly taken during Wednesday’s demonstrations- appears to show a commuter omnibus filled with tear smoke driving off from a street corner surrounded by dozens of anti-riot police. People are seen to be jumping off the minibus. (more…)

    Read more
  • Priscilla-Misihairabwi-Mushonga-e1421494721766
    Misihairabwi-Mushonga raps Zanu PF for belittling female combatants

    MDC MP Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga has added her voice to those criticising Zanu PF for belittling the role of female combatants of the country’s liberation war following State media’s so-called “exposés” of former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s alleged sexcapades during the liberation war.

  • President R.G Mugabe
    ZimPF book undresses Mugabe

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) has launched a book chronicling Zanu PF government’s leadership failures since independence in 1980.

  • Mpilo hospital
    NGO donates 3 ambulances to Matabeleland hospitals

    THE Christian Youth Volunteers Association Trust (CyVaT) has donated three ambulances and various medical equipment to three health centres in remote parts of Matabeleland region.

  • UP IN SMOKE . . . A Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation vehicle was torched by demonstrators  in Harare yesterday
    Rioters on rampage as police block march to State House

    GOODS worth thousands of dollars were destroyed and looted yesterday as police violently crushed a march by MDC-T youths to State House, where they reportedly intended to push President Robert Mugabe to step down.

  • court-gavel
    Man kills friend over joke

    A 23-year-old squatter appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing allegations of killing his friend by setting alight his makeshift grass house, over a joke.

  • charity charamba
    Panners disarm, assault 2 police officers

    AT least 200 suspected panners allegedly ran amok last week, disarming and assaulting two police officers, after they were ordered off a gold claim at Makaha in Mudzi South district.

  • placeholder
    Higher learning institutions urged to register theses

    THE African Association of African Union annual Database of African Thesis and Dissertation (DATAD) conference opened in Bulawayo yesterday amid calls for institutions of higher learning to register their repositories and digital collections.

  • NICOZ Diamond records 52% operating profit
    nicoz

    NICOZ Diamond Insurance Limited group recorded a 52% jump in operating profit to $1,86 million due to 15% savings on operating expenses and top line growth in their first half results for the year.

    Read more
  • Obert Mpofu
    Minister urges govt, private sector to work together to lure investors

    MACRO-ECONOMIC Planning and Investment Promotion minister Obert Mpofu has bemoaned lack of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the country and urged government and private sector to work together to lure investors.

  • zimbabwe-flag
    UK toughens stance on Zim

    THE United Kingdom has toughened its stance on Zimbabwe saying its future support for a bailout on the country requires demonstrable progress on human rights, governance and rule of law, in addition to economic reforms

  • Pickstone-Peerless Gold Mine has increased its monthly production output, with ore processing now reaching 20 000 tonnes a month
    Vast Resources gold production surges 62%

    AIM-listed mining company Vast Resources PLC says its Pickstone-Peerless Gold Mine (PPGM) has increased monthly production output, with ore processing now reaching 20 000 tonnes.

  • placeholder
    Stop being copycats of regional, international industries, companies told

    COMPANIES must come up with new innovations in order to create demand for products other than being copycats of regional and international industries, a government official has said

  • Cash-photo
    Insurance players urged to introduce low cost services

    Insurance players should come up with lower cost products, which tally with the prevailing economic challenges, Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe (IIZ) president has said.

  • A-man-taking-a-look-on-Braai-stands-and-fire-places-at-the-Harare-Agricultural-Show-yesterday
    Banks dishonest on 99-year leases: Govt

    GOVERNMENT has accused bankers of being dishonest concerning the conditions needed to use 99-year leases as collateral, and implored financial institutions to reduce the cost of borrowing.

  • ILO
    Integrating decent work, rural economy an on-going process: ILO

    INTEGRATING decent work and the rural economy is an ongoing process and should involve stakeholders, International Labour Organisation (ILO) country director for Zimbabwe and Namibia, Hopolang Phororo, has said. BY VICTORIA MTOMBA In an interview on the sidelines of a workshop running under the theme “Rural economy knowledge sharing forum” at a hotel in the […]

  • Rich pickings for Zim players
    back-page

    SHOCKING figures that Tanzanian top-flight football league sides are offering Zimbabwean players have emerged. Of late, there has been an influx of local players to Tanzania where they have clinched contracts at clubs such as Azam, Simba SC and Young Africans, with life-changing sums being offered.

    Read more
  • Roderick Mutuma in  action yesterday
    Dynamos back on the Rod

    DYNAMOS striker Rodreck Mutuma has returned to training ahead of the Harare Premiership football giants’ trip to Ngezi where they face a potentially explosive tie against Ngezi FC Platinum on Sunday.

  • Makhaya-Ntini
    ZC search for Whatmore successor

    ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) has moved a step closer to employing a substantive coach for the senior national team after inviting applicants in search of a candidate to fill in the void left by Dave Whatmore.

  • mark-mathe
    Caps call for calm

    CAPS United assistant coach Mark Mathe has called for calm from supporters following the team’s dip in form of late where they have managed just two points from their last three matches.

  • caps-FC
    Depleted Mutare Rovers set to face Green Machine

    CASTLE Lager Premiership football side Mutare City Rovers, who are yet to taste defeat in the second half of the season, are sweating over three key players who are on the treatment table ahead of their match against Caps United at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.

  • river
    EMA raises concern over Mucheke river pollution

    THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) in Masvingo has expressed concern over pollution levels in Mucheke River, the main tributary for Lake Mutirkwi which is the sole water source for the City of Masvingo.

  • Nyasha Mushekwi Djurgardens Sweden
    Mushekwi, Fabiano race for gold

    Zimbabwe international striker Nyasha Mushekwi is knocking hard on the door of the lucrative Chinese Super League following a rich vein of scoring form for his Chinese League One football side Dalian Yifang.

  • Chicken Inn coach Rahman Gumbo
    Chicken Inn in trouble

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Chicken Inn have been summoned to appear before the PSL Disciplinary Committee over their failure to pay referee Thomas Masaa accusing him of biased officiating in their match against FC Platinum last month.

  • All set for Jibilika festival
    Plot-Mhako

    ALL is set for the Jibilika Dance Festival national finals slated for Manicaland in Mutare starting on Friday with 20 groups around the country expected to fight for the top accolade.

    Read more
  • ZIFFT
    The 2016 edition of IIFF roars to life

    THE annual International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) opens tomorrow at Ster Kinekor, Borrowdale, in Harare with 30 films set to be screened during the nine-day long film fiesta running under the theme Women Alive: Women Of Heart.

  • comedian Carl Joshua Ncube peroming on the Golden Pilsener Day
    Carl Joshua breaks world record

    TOP-rated comedian Carl Joshua Ncube’s bid to break the world record of the longest stretch of performances before paying audiences in one week seemed to have paid off after he staged 31 shows, beating the previous record of 30 shows set by Mark Murphy of Australia.

  • Pamela "Gonyeti" Zulu
    Gonyeti hires former Jah Prayzah manager

    FORMER Jah Prayzah’s key dancer-cum-backing vocalist, Pamela “Gonyeti” Zulu, has roped in the lanky musician’s former manager, Filda Muchabaiwa, to handle her affairs, as she begins her journey as a solo musician, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Simba-Dzowa-dancer-etched
    Dzowa calls for appreciation of dancing

    PROLIFIC dancer, Simba Dzowa, has described dance as a deeper and more intimate way of expression which transcend the boundaries of mere entertainment.

  • Nobuntu
    Nobuntu takes act to Swaziland

    BULAWAYO’s dazzling all-female ensemble, Nobuntu, are scheduled to travel to Swaziland from September 6 to 10 for a performance and workshop on women in the arts in partnership with Alliance Francaise de Mbabane, 10th District and Tall Tree Talent Management.

  • DJ-Smiley
    DJ demands bragging rights

    POPULAR wheel spinner DJ Smiley — real name Ngoni Machingura — has sensationally claimed that he is one of the godfathers of the Zimdancehall movement given the role he played in taking the music genre to the people when it had a few takers, while working as a DJ with a local radio station.

  • Blessing Chimanga
    Chimanga to headline drum concert

    Internationally acclaimed drummer Blessing Chimanga, will on September 2, lead the fifth edition of Let the Drum Speak concert that will also see a number of upcoming drummers taking part at the Zimbabwe-German Society in Harare.

© 2016 NewsDay Zimbabwe. All Rights Reserved.

DMMA logo