• AMHVoices: Malaba must finalise Moyo’s Zimdef case

    People viewed the new Chief Justice Luke Malaba as an independent thinker, one who would deliver justice better than his late predecessor Godfrey Chidyausiku.

    Chief Justice Luke Malaba
  • Confusion rocks Ndebele kingdom restoration

    CONFUSION continues to rock the restoration of the Ndebele kingdom, with the last King Lobengula’s descendants on Monday distancing themselves from 32-year-old Bulelani Colin Lobengula Khumalo, who was declared the crown prince and next in line as the monarch.

    Stanley Raphael Khumalo unveiling the flag which he says must be hoisted all over Mthwakazi after his inauguration when he officially starts his reign
  • $16k up for grabs at Shoko Festival 2017

    INNOVATIVE new media experts are set to clinch prizes worth $16 000 in the Hub Awards at this year’s edition of Shoko Festival Hub UnConference scheduled to run from September 29 to 30 at the Harare City Library.

    Tariro neGitare
  • ‘Agric value chain to economic growth’

    ZIMBABWE Agricultural Society (ZAS) has said a special economic zone (SEZ) should be designated for the agricultural sector, as it needs to be looked at as a value chain to the economy.

    Market opportunities for local products and services in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, agricultural implements and inputs, irrigation development, construction and engineering services, safari clothing, leather and footwear were identified in Tanzania
  • VP ‘poisoning’ opens can of worms

    THE reports that Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was poisoned through ice cream supplied by President Robert Mugabe’s Gushungo Dairies have opened a can of worms in Masvingo province, where top Zanu PF officials have accused Tourism minister Walter Mzembi of “falsely” implicating them in a desperate bid to curry favour with the ageing Zanu PF leader.

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • Confusion rocks Ndebele kingdom restoration
    Stanley Raphael Khumalo unveiling the flag which he says must be hoisted all over Mthwakazi after his inauguration when he officially starts his reign

    CONFUSION continues to rock the restoration of the Ndebele kingdom, with the last King Lobengula’s descendants on Monday distancing themselves from 32-year-old Bulelani Colin Lobengula Khumalo, who was declared the crown prince and next in line as the monarch.

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  • Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa
    VP ‘poisoning’ opens can of worms

    THE reports that Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was poisoned through ice cream supplied by President Robert Mugabe’s Gushungo Dairies have opened a can of worms in Masvingo province, where top Zanu PF officials have accused Tourism minister Walter Mzembi of “falsely” implicating them in a desperate bid to curry favour with the ageing Zanu PF leader.

  • Rita Makarau
    Makarau dithers over voter registration

    ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission chairperson Rita Makarau continues to dither on the voter registration issue after two citizens approached the High Court seeking an order to force the election management body to launch the exercise without further delays.

  • The late Maud Muzenda
    Muzenda’s widow, Maud, dies

    Former Vice-President Simon Muzenda’s widow, Maud, died at a private hospital in Harare yesterday after being unwell for quite sometime, NewsDay has heard.

  • Killer Zivhu
    Cross-border loan facility registers low uptake

    Zimbabwe Cross-Border Traders Association (ZCBTA) is going around the country marketing the $15 million credit facility which was availed by the central bank in March, amid low uptake of the loan facility.

  • Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Denford Mutashu
    Retailers cry foul over exorbitant mobile money charges

    RETAILERS have called on mobile money service providers to lower transaction charges so as to accommodate more consumers, particularly in rural areas.

  • Energy Mutodi
    Mutodi’s bail hearing today

    ZANU PF activist and musician Energy Mutodi is today expected to launch a fresh bail bid at the High Court after languishing in remand prison for the past two weeks over allegations of undermining President Robert Mugabe’s authority in a Facebook post.

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    Zim urged to manufacture own ARVs

    THE National Aids Council (NAC) has called on the government to financially capacitate local drug manufacturers to produce antiretroviral (ARV) drugs amid reports that the country has failed to procure the life-saving medications since the beginning of the year despite having budgeted $20 million for the essential supplies.

  • ‘Agric value chain to economic growth’
    Market opportunities for local products and services in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, agricultural implements and inputs, irrigation development, construction and engineering services, safari clothing, leather and footwear were identified in Tanzania

    ZIMBABWE Agricultural Society (ZAS) has said a special economic zone (SEZ) should be designated for the agricultural sector, as it needs to be looked at as a value chain to the economy.

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  • Culling of broiler parent stocks has led to a shortage of day old chicks
    Poultry sector sends SOS to govt

    THE poultry industry is faced with chick and egg shortages as one of the big breeders has been hit with bird flu, and the sector was requesting assistance from the government.

  • Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira
    ‘Reforms dead in the water’

    Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Priscah Mupfumira was recently forced to reinstate thousands of youths who were retrenched, as President Robert Mugabe pulled another trick to curry favour with the electorate ahead of next year’s general elections.

  • zimre-property-investments-limited-fy-2014-financial-results-presentation-3-638
    ZPI feels pinch of economic downturn

    Zimre Property Investments Limited (ZPI) is feeling the pinch of the harsh economic environment, as evidenced by the subdued rental income stemming from increasing voids.

  • insurance1
    ‘Insurance firms should up their game to survive’

    Insurance companies need to adjust to the current trends of doing business if they are to ward off competition from new players such as mobile operators that are offering similar services, Insurance Institute of Zimbabwe president Edward Gomba has said.

  • Charles_Dhewa
    Increasing odds of success through characterising value chain actors

    A fine-grained view of agricultural opportunities in most developing countries can result from better characterisation of value chain actors such as farmers. In addition to revealing interdependencies between value chain actors, a nuanced understanding of African agriculture can foster dynamic resource allocation. However, accurate farmer characterisation remains a pain in the Palahuru for financiers and […]


  • Ndoro leaves Pirates
    Tendai Ndoro

    Warriors striker Tendai Ndoro is set to leave South African top-flight football giants Orlando Pirates to join the rich Saudi Arabian Pro League with a deal at Al Faisaly reported to be imminent.

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  • Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
    DeMbare seek How Mine revenge

    HARARE football giants Dynamos will be seeking revenge when they make the trip to How Mine for a potentially-explosive Castle Lager Premiership match tomorrow.

  • Edmore “ZiKeeper” Sibanda
    Stanford Stix to his guns

    STRUGGLING army side Black Rhinos are confident of ending Caps United’s fine run when they two sides clash in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon.

  • Mehluli Sibanda
    Junior tennis ace Sibanda’s star shines

    ZIMBABWE junior tennis ace Mehluli Sibanda’s star continues to rise, with the 17-year-old surging to a career-high ranking on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior World Rankings this week.

  • Kingmakers
    Caps’ influence in title matrix

    Sitting 21 points behind log leaders Chicken Inn, even though having played five games less, it looks unlikely that Caps United will be able to retain the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title, but their last two results suggest they could have a big say on who wins it in the end.

  • Elroy Akbay
    Akbay seeks new formula

    Highlanders head coach Erol Akbay says time is running out fast for the Bulawayo football giants to find a new winning formula after losing key players in his squad mid-season.


  • $16k up for grabs at Shoko Festival 2017
    Tariro neGitare

    INNOVATIVE new media experts are set to clinch prizes worth $16 000 in the Hub Awards at this year’s edition of Shoko Festival Hub UnConference scheduled to run from September 29 to 30 at the Harare City Library.

    Read more
  • Kwame Tapiwa Muzawazi
    AUC delegation jets in for book project

    A DELEGATION from the African Union Commission (AUC) is expected in the country today on a familiarisation tour to check progress regarding the implementation of what could be Africa’s ultimate reference book of facts, The African Factbook project.

  • Sniper Storm
    I am still on the map: Sniper

    ZIMDANCEHALL chanter Donald “Sniper Storm” Chirisa yesterday said he had been away from the limelight in the past few years due to “personal issues” that have seen him temporarily shelve his music career.

  • Panashe Gabi
    Dancer Gabi breaks 6-year jinx

    CHITUNGWIZA dancer, Panashe Gabi broke a six-year jinx to clinch pole position after shrugging off stiff competition from 79 other contestants, during the Rivalskool Battle at the 10th edition of Jibilika Dance Festival held over the weekend.

  • ZIFF executive director Nigel Munyati
    ZIFF embraces African films

    ORGANISERS of the Zimbabwe International Film Festival last week said this year’s edition of the fiesta — to be held in collaboration with the International Image Film Festival (IIFF) — will put the spotlight on African films and filmmakers.

  • Patience Muhomba
    Muhomba eyes international audience

    EMERGING gospel diva Patience Muhomba has set her sights on an international audience with her second album, Ngaavongwe Jesu Vol 2, which bears four songs done in Setswana.

  • mic
    Samanyika hip-hop festival a success

    THE third edition of the Samanyika Hip-hop festival presented upcoming artistes with a rare opportunity to get the much-needed exposure, after performing before a huge crowd in Mutare at the weekend.

  • A-Cowrie-of-Hope
    Sinyangwe’s insights into struggling Zambia

    ZAMBIAN author Binwell Sinyangwe’s second literary offering, A Cowrie of Hope, was received warmly when it was published in 2000 and continues to hold significant interest for both readers and literary critics.

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