• Dokora defends e-enrolment

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has promised that all the 329 549 Grade Seven pupils will secure Form One places for 2017.

    Lazarus Dokora
  • Zim economic decay could lead to civil strife: Biti

    FORMER Finance minister and opposition PDP leader, Tendai Biti has warned the country is headed for a civil war or possibly a military coup due to the imploding economy, which is saddled with a massive $12 billion domestic and sovereign debt.

    Tendai Biti
  • Banks face fight over ‘extortionate’ charges

    LAWYERS, among them Fadzayi Mahere, are set to launch a class action aimed at forcing banks to reduce exorbitant charges, which they say are tantamount to daylight robbery.

    John Mangudya
  • ‘No coalition with Zanu PF proxies’

    Uncertainty continues to dog the proposed coalition of opposition parties, with MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai and his Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) counterpart, Joice Mujuru yesterday saying they suspected Zanu PF’s involvement in railroading other opposition leaders to seal the deal.

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  • Chivaviro strikes gold with collabos

    CELEBRATED gospel musician, Togarepi Chivaviro’s latest collaborative effort, Maranatha (Come, Lord Jesus), has gone viral on social media.

    Togarepi Chivaviro
  • Problems mount for documents forger
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    A HARARE magistrate yesterday ordered the State to cross-examine, in a court, a man who is accused of using fake documents to apply for a Zimbabwean passport rather than submit a written response of the application of referral to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) filed by the accused.

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  • Lazarus Dokora
    Dokora defends e-enrolment

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has promised that all the 329 549 Grade Seven pupils will secure Form One places for 2017.

  • Tendai Biti
    Zim economic decay could lead to civil strife: Biti

    FORMER Finance minister and opposition PDP leader, Tendai Biti has warned the country is headed for a civil war or possibly a military coup due to the imploding economy, which is saddled with a massive $12 billion domestic and sovereign debt.

  • John Mangudya
    Banks face fight over ‘extortionate’ charges

    LAWYERS, among them Fadzayi Mahere, are set to launch a class action aimed at forcing banks to reduce exorbitant charges, which they say are tantamount to daylight robbery.

  • morgan-tsvangirai
    ‘No coalition with Zanu PF proxies’

    Uncertainty continues to dog the proposed coalition of opposition parties, with MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai and his Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) counterpart, Joice Mujuru yesterday saying they suspected Zanu PF’s involvement in railroading other opposition leaders to seal the deal.

  • Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda
    Mudenda reads riot act

    SPEAKER of the National Assembly, Jacob Mudenda on Thursday chided MPs for leaving the House during debates resulting in adjournments due to lack of a quorum.

  • Zanu PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere
    Kasukuwere reverses land deals

    LOCAL Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has ordered Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to stop land allocations or leases to councillors, latest council minutes reveal.

  • Dickson Mafios
    Zanu PF youths throw weight behind Mafios resolutions

    ZANU PF bigwigs are reportedly canvassing for the adoption of a contentious resolution that requires President Robert Mugabe’s deputies to be selected through a vote.

  • Economy to grow by 1,7% in 2017: Chinamasa
    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has projected the economy to grow by 1,7% next year buoyed by growth in agriculture and mining.

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  • Douglas mboweni1
    Econet launches EcoCash rand wallet

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe has launched the EcoCash Rand Wallet on its mobile money platform to give an alternative currency in the wake of cash shortages prevailing in the market.

  • biz
    Structure of a bankable business plan

    Having covered the key pillars of a bankable business plan, we get to the critical steps where we actually begin to put pen to paper. In writing a bankable business plan, form and structure are as important as the content and substance of the plan.

  • insurance1
    Motor insurance drives GPW for short-term insurers

    Total gross premium written by direct non-life insurers rose by 1,11% to $155,31 million in the nine months to September 30 from the year comparable driven by the growth in motor insurance business, a new report by the Insurance and Pensions Commission (Ipec) has shown.

  • Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
    Mnangagwa calls for Bureau Veritas scrutiny

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the ministry of Industry and Commerce should re-examine the operations of standards firm, Bureau Veritas, amid concerns it was becoming a burden on local industries.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Chinamasa presents 2017 budget

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present his 2017 National Budget, which is unlikely to be above $4 billion due to a shrinking tax base.

  • grain
    Trade finance in action: DFID/grain millers import facility

    Zimbabwe is grappling with its worst drought in decades, which has left nearly half the population in need of food aid.

  • John Mangudya
    RBZ to release $7 million in bond notes

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will this week release a second tranche of bond notes worth $7 million, as it pushes ahead with the currency.

  • Billiat’s big chance to shine
    Khama Billiat

    Pretoria — Khama Billiat admits to feeling a degree of fear when he thinks about how he’ll perform in the Fifa Club World Cup that starts tomorrow for Mamelodi Sundowns and the Africa Cup of Nations early next year.

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  • Bruce Kangwa
    Akbay seeks shutdown win

    AFTER beating Dynamos home and away in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League this year, Highlanders will be hoping to continue that trend when the two sides clash at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow, as the Bulawayo giants conclude their 90th anniversary celebrations.

  • Caps United have launched a bidto lure former captain, Tapiwa Khumbuyani (number 6) from How Mine
    Caps back for Khumbuyani

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions, Caps United have launched a bid to lure back their former captain, Tapiwa Khumbuyani from How Mine, as the Harare giants ready for the African Safari.

  • Rahman Kutsanzira
    Bosso legends to headline stars awards night

    AFTER narrowly missing out on the 2016 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League’s best 11, Highlanders midfielder Rahman Kutsanzira is likely to be named the club’s best player tonight at an awards ceremony to be held at Bulawayo Polytechnic.

  • The Young Warriors were humiliated by Zambia in their opening match of the Cosafa championships in South Africa on Wednesday
    Mpofu apologises for 5-1 loss to Zambia

    YOUNG Warriors coach, Mandla Mpofu has apologised following the Zimbabwe national Under-20 men’s football team debacle, where they lost to Zambia 5-1 in their opening match of the ongoing Cosafa championships in South Africa on Wednesday.

  • Jonathan Musavengana
    Fifa bans former Zifa boss for life

    FORMER Zifa development officer, Jonathan Musavengana and two other officials have been banned from all football activities by Fifa for violating the federation’s ethics code in relation to bribery and corruption related to friendly matches played in the build-up to the 2010 South Africa World Cup.

  • The Warriors have many friendly matches lined up
    Warriors to play friendly in ‘war zone’

    LIBYA have invited the Warriors for a friendly football match before the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) set for Gabon in January, as the North African team bid to convince Fifa and Caf that the country is safe to host international matches.

  • soccer
    Young Warriors thrashed

    The Zimbabwe Under-20 soccer team began their Cosafa Under 20 championships campaign in the most disastrous fashion after they were clobbered 5-1 by Zambia in the two teams’ opening Group B match at the Moruleng Stadium in South Africa yesterday evening.

  • Chivaviro strikes gold with collabos
    Togarepi Chivaviro

    CELEBRATED gospel musician, Togarepi Chivaviro’s latest collaborative effort, Maranatha (Come, Lord Jesus), has gone viral on social media.

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  • braai-and-fireplace-manufacturers-george
    All set for Surrey Braai-fest

    ALL is now set for a mini-braai fest to be held on Sunday at a leading meat processing company Surrey Highway premises in Marondera, an event that is set to attract a number of entertainment lovers from nearby towns and cities.

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    Shumba works on second DVD album

    GOSPEL musician Blessing Shumba is currently working on his second DVD album set to be released early next year.

  • Tehn Diamond
    Zambian wheel spinner for Castle Lite Party

    BARELY two months after hosting the successful first edition of the annual Castle Lite Extra Cold Block Party in Bulawayo, Delta Beverages are set to host the Harare edition at Westgate Shopping Centre on New Year’s Eve.

  • Sungura ace Alick Macheso
    Weekend Outing

    Multi-award-winning wheel spinner-cum-musician, RayDizz tomorrow headlines a line-up of DJs set to entertain music fans and motoring enthusiasts at the Spin Festival at Borrowdale Racecourse. RayDizz will perform alongside other popular DJs like Selekta Base, T Fresh, Saunz Movers and Swag Bakers.

  • Vusa Mkhaya
    Vusa Mkhaya releases third album

    MASKANDI musician, Vusa Mkhaya has given his fans an early Christmas present with the release of his third album, Manyanyatha, a fusion of rich African sounds with powerful vocals, traditional drums and acoustic guitars.

  • Zimdancehall artiste Tocky Vibes
    Tocky Vibes, Ammara, stranded in SA

    Zimdancehall star, Tocky Vibes yesterday fumed at a music promoter in South Africa, who left him and Ammara Brown stranded after he “disappeared” before settling their dues.

  • Chitungwiza Harmony Singers
    Chitungwiza Harmony Singers leave for choir fest

    TOP-rated a capella music outfit, Chitungwiza Harmony Singers, yesterday left the country for the two-day annual Old Mutual National Choir Festival finals set for Ellis Park Indoor Arena in Johannesburg, South Africa, this Saturday.

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