• PSL, Delta launch new cup competition

    The Premier Soccer League and Delta Beverages, sponsors of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League and the Chibuku Super Cup, have partnered in introducing a new cup competition — Castle Lager Challenge Cup — which will be contested by the clubs that win the two competitions bankrolled by the brewery company.

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  • Zanu PF women’s league demands ouster of Sandi-Moyo, Mahoka

    ZANU PF women’s league members yesterday demonstrated for the second time in a week demanding the ouster of deputy secretary for women’s affairs Eunice Sandi-Moyo and Hurungwe East MP Sarah Mahoka.

    Sarah Mahoka
  • G40 members fined for assaulting Lacoste member

    A BULAWAYO couple, believed to be staunch supporters of the G40 faction in Zanu PF, has been fined $200 each after being convicted on charges of assaulting a fellow ruling party member belonging to the rival Team Lacoste camp, which is linked to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

    Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • Boroma’s pursuit of the Chimbetu embrace

    AFTER many years operating as a lone ranger, Chamsom Boroma, who claims to be the offspring of the late great dendera music exponent Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu, has finally found comfort in the embrace of the other Chimbetus.

    Boroma and Allan Chimbetu
  • Police block Mujuru elections

    POLICE have barred former Vice President, Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP) from holding its national executive elections today at Coach House in Bindura prompting the party to approach the court for recourse.

    NPP leader Joice Mujuru
  • Illegal hunting practices threaten environment
    Chirumhanzu Zibagwe legislator Auxilia Mnangagwa and her aides battling a veld fire in Mvuma (file)

    HUNTING has been traditionally revered, particularly in rural areas, where it has always been a mark of noble manhood and marksmanship defined by the ability to use the spear and bow and arrow to bring down prey.

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  • Sarah Mahoka
    Zanu PF women’s league demands ouster of Sandi-Moyo, Mahoka

    ZANU PF women’s league members yesterday demonstrated for the second time in a week demanding the ouster of deputy secretary for women’s affairs Eunice Sandi-Moyo and Hurungwe East MP Sarah Mahoka.

  • Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
    G40 members fined for assaulting Lacoste member

    A BULAWAYO couple, believed to be staunch supporters of the G40 faction in Zanu PF, has been fined $200 each after being convicted on charges of assaulting a fellow ruling party member belonging to the rival Team Lacoste camp, which is linked to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

  • Evicted villagers seek shelter from the rains after their homes were destroyed by police  officers at Arnold Farm in Mazowe
    Mazowe evictions proof of Zanu PF brutality

    The ongoing ruthless evictions of poor families at Arnold Farm to pave way for First Lady Grace Mugabe, who reportedly wants to expand her business empire in Mazowe, serve to confirm the brutal nature of Zanu PF politics. In fact, it is an ironic contradiction to the mantra — a government of the people by […]

  • Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere
    Kasukuwere attacks ‘factional’ Herald

    ZANU PF national commissar Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday accused the State- run Herald newspaper of being a factional paper aimed at splitting the ruling party.

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    ICRC completes rehabilitation of Mlondolozi Prison

    THE International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has completed the rehabilitation of Mlondolozi Prison for mental patients on the outskirts of Bulawayo to de-congest the facility and improve ventilation.

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    ZBC not discriminatory, can broadcast opposition parties’ functions: Mathuthu

    THE Media and Information deputy minister Thokozile Mathuthu on Thursday claimed that the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation is not discriminatory and can broadcast opposition parties’ functions.

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    Hwange Colliery sued over $17k debt

    HWANGE Colliery Company has been dragged to the High Court by a local plant equipment supplying company, FSI Trading, which is seeking to recover an outstanding $17 000 from a $46 000 debt obtained four years ago.

  • Govt at advanced stage of SMEs formalisation
    SMEs and Co-operatives Development deputy minister Noveti Muponora

    GOVERNMENT is at an advanced stage of finalising its formalisation strategy for Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) businesses in a bid to ensure improved revenue collection from those entities.

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  • Tetrad IMG_0567
    Creditors, depositors to take over Tetrad

    Creditors and depositors will take over Tetrad Investment Bank (TIB) in a debt for equity swap, which has to be approved at crucial meetings next month.

  • Ogylive Tatendaishe Makova
    17 entrepreneurs selected for mentorship programme

    SEVENTEEN Zimbabwean entrepreneurs have been selected among a group of 1 000 to undergo a mentorship training programme run by Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumelu.

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    Meikles Limited in boardroom succession war

    A BOARDROOM succession war has erupted at Meikles Limited amid revelations that executive chairman, John Moxon’s wife was allegedly interfering with the board and management.

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    Edgars profit down on retrenchment exercise

    Clothing and retail giant Edgars Stores Limited saw its profit dipping to $500 000 in 2016 from the comparable year’s $4,5 million after the group undertook its first retrenchment exercise in 70 years.

  • Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries president Busisa Moyo
    Manufacturing sector to increase capacity

    The manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe is expanding its capacity to “capture and satisfy increased demand” on the back of measures introduced by government to protect it, an official has said.

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    NBS to raise $150m for housing units

    National Building Society (NBS) will raise $150 million to roll out 10 000 houses this year, as the country’s youngest mortgage lender expands its footprint barely two years after launching its operations.

  • Senior consultant and economist Ashok Chakravati makes a presentation at the Bond Notes 100 days review organised by the Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers at Rainbow Towers Hotel in the capital yesterday
    Bond notes not solution to Zim’s problems: RBZ

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says bond notes were a temporary measure and the solution to the country’s problems lies in production.

  • PSL, Delta launch new cup competition
    Farai-Jere,-Keni-Mubaiwa,-Maxen-Karombo

    The Premier Soccer League and Delta Beverages, sponsors of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League and the Chibuku Super Cup, have partnered in introducing a new cup competition — Castle Lager Challenge Cup — which will be contested by the clubs that win the two competitions bankrolled by the brewery company.

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  • Elroy Akbay
    Highlanders target glory in ZNA Charity Shield

    HIGHLANDERS will be looking forward to winning the ZNA Charity Shield for the third time in a row when they clash with bubbling Caps United in this year’s final at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon.

  • From left: Warriors interim coach Norman Mapeza and players Patson Jaure and Dennis Dauda during yesterday’s training session in Harare
    Mapeza seeks happy return

    NORMAN Mapeza wants a successful return to the Warriors fold when he takes charge of the team for the first time since 2012, in an international friendly against neighbours Zambia at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.

  • Charles Manyuchi
    Manyuchi overwhelming favourite in bout

    Bookies have placed Zimbabwe’s boxing super star Charles Manyuchi (pictured)as the overwhelming favourite as he attempts to defend his World Boxing Council welterweight silver title against Uzbekistan’s Quadratillo Abduqaxorov in Singapore today.

  • Lloyd Mutasa
    DeMbare’s tough opener

    THE 2017 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season is set for an explosive start with Dynamos clashing with FC Platinum in the opening round of fixtures.

  • Norman Mapeza
    Zifa face FC Platinum resistance

    PREMIER Soccer League (PSL) side FC Platinum are reluctant to have their coach Norman Mapeza double as the Warriors head of technical team on a permanent basis.

  • Cuthbert Nyasango
    Nyasango, Pazani spearhead anti-doping education

    THREE-TIME Olympian and celebrated long-distance runner Cuthbert Nyasango and Zimbabwe rugby sevens female team player and referee Precious Pazani were appointed Clean Sport ambassadors at the launch of the Unesco Anti-Doping Fund in Harare yesterday.

  • Malcolm Waller
    Zim Scotland tour confirmed

    THE Zimbabwe national cricket team will tour Britain for the first time since 2003 when they visit Scotland for two one-day internationals (ODI) in June.

  • Boroma’s pursuit of the Chimbetu embrace
    Boroma and Allan Chimbetu

    AFTER many years operating as a lone ranger, Chamsom Boroma, who claims to be the offspring of the late great dendera music exponent Simon “Chopper” Chimbetu, has finally found comfort in the embrace of the other Chimbetus.

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  • Charles Mungoshi
    Charles Mungoshi set for critical op

    THE Mungoshi family has been left in awe by the response to their SOS for $9 000 to allow celebrated author, Charles Mungoshi, to undergo an urgent repeat medical operation after well-wishers poured in $12 100.

  • Shonaman
    Shonaman releases 2 singles

    SOUTH AFRICA-BASED gospel rapper Mike Tinhidzai, popularly known as Shonaman, has released two singles titled House of The Lord and High Five.

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    Local artist shines in Mzansi

    SCULPTOR Colin Mpofu (34) has successfully made inroads into the South African art and crafts market by making plastic and wire pieces of animals that are on demand in Johannesburg’s Boksburg area.

  • Winky D
    Weekend Outing

    The curtain comes down tomorrow at the 2017 Zimbabwe Francophonie Cultural Festival that roared to life on March 18 in Harare and Bulawayo respectively. To round off the festival, a free-of-charge music concert featuring a three-country band, Sa Roy and The Forest Jam, with members from Madagascar, South Africa and Switzerland), will be held tomorrow […]

  • Cal_Vin
    Heartbreak prompts Cal_Vin to record Uthando

    AFTER releasing a successful six-track album dubbed Uthando (A Short Love Story), Bulawayo rapper Cal_vin has revealed that breaking up with his girlfriend inspired him to produce the album.

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    Mafikizolo dates Zim for 20th anniversary

    TOP South African Afro-pop outfit, Mafikizolo, will be joined by their Zimbabwean fans when they celebrate their 20-year journey in music at the Harare International Conference Centre on April 28.

  • Sakhile Mthombeni
    Sakhi, the new kid on the block

    BULAWAYO gospel musician Sakhile Mthombeni, popularly known as Sakhi, says she has been amazed by how her debut album, Haven’t You Heard?, has been received after its release last month.

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