• Heal Zimbabwe mid-morning Bikita poll update

    Today, 21 January 2017, there is a by election in Bikita West constituency (more…)

    A woman enters a polling station at Tafara 2 High school.
  • Mugabe plots 2018 social media onslaught

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF is apparently plotting a social media onslaught ahead of the watershed general elections due next year.

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  • We are still in it: Pasuwa

    Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa was left a figure of frustration after seeing his team making another slow start in their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football clash with Senegal, where Zimbabwe lost 2-0.

    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa (left) with defender Elisha Muroiwa at a training session in Harare yesterday
  • Tytan opens up on love life, work and fame

    WITH only two years in the music industry, Njabulo Nkomo — better known as Tytan — is making waves, which have seen him considered among the best artistes in this competitive industry.

    Tytan
  • Mutsvangwa stages coup in Midlands

    ZIMBABWE National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) chairman, Christopher Mutsvangwa’s acolytes in Midlands province, who had been locked out of their offices at the height of an acrimonious internal fight for control last year, found their way back this week.

    WAR veterans’ national chairman Christopher Mutsvangwa
  • It’s the economy, stupid: Zimra
    Zimra

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says the tough economic environment affected the performance of revenue heads in 2016, resulting in the tax collector missing its target for the year.

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  • It takes a skill to deal with subordinates, team players, or partners. Power and authority comes not only with money, but the responsibility to handle it appropriately
    Importance of cash flow management in business

    Success or failure in business depends on how a business manages its cash resources. Cash in the business sense is not just notes and coins, but should be understood to mean cash flow. Without positive cash-flow, a business will not survive for very long. Why is cash flow so vital to the success of businesses, […]

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    Banks, TIMB work on export incentive

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is working with banks and the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) to refine the current framework to ensure that tobacco growers promptly access the 5% export incentive for the 2017 tobacco marketing season.

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    Boost for Zim investment climate

    Three missions from a World Bank-administered trust fund are in the country to help Zimbabwe improve its business environment climate, support reform of State-owned enterprises and efforts to strengthen the poverty and equity focus of public spending.

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    Operators jostle for subscribers

    State-owned mobile operator NetOne has unveiled new data packages, as it intensifies its push to lure more subscribers on the network.

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    The product development situation in 2016

    In December 2016, the Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB), completed three years of uninterrupted monitoring of new product initiatives in the financial sector.

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    Econet in $130m rights offer

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe plans to raise $130 million in capital through a rights offer of ordinary shares and linked debentures in order to facilitate the servicing of obligations to its foreign lenders, according to an abridged circular to shareholders.

  • If not controlled in the countries affected, it will have devastating effects not only in those countries, but neighbouring countries too, because the spread capacity of this pest is very high.
    Alien armyworms invade corn in drought-hit southern Africa

    Harare — After Southern Africa’s worst drought in more than 35 years ravaged crops and sent food prices soaring, farmers are battling a new crisis: alien armyworms.

  • We are still in it: Pasuwa
    Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa (left) with defender Elisha Muroiwa at a training session in Harare yesterday

    Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa was left a figure of frustration after seeing his team making another slow start in their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football clash with Senegal, where Zimbabwe lost 2-0.

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  • Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa
    Zim Mane-handled

    Zimbabwe’s chances of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the on-going 2017 Africa Cup of Nations received a body blow when they were put to the sword by a classy, but wasteful Senegal side here last night.

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    DeMbare pre-season preps in false start

    DYNAMOS’ preparations for the 2017 Castle Lager Premiership football campaign got off to a false start, with coach Lloyd Mutasa cancelling auditions to sign new players because of the incessant rains that have hit the capital and most parts of the country.

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    Highlanders court African football champs Mamelodi Sundowns

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Highlanders are planning a friendly match against Confederations of African Football Champions League winners, Mamelodi Sundowns, as part of their pre-season preparations.

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    Zimbabwe U-19 stun SA to revive tri-series hopes

    ZIMBABWE roared back into contention in the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Youth Triangular One-Day International Series with a convincing five-wicket victory over hosts South Africa at Boland Park in Cape Town yesterday.

  • Tendai Darikwa
    Darikwa keen to play for Zim

    BURNLEY defender Tendayi Darikwa has said he is available for Warriors selection in future, having previously turned down the offer to play for the national football team.

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    #2017AfconGabon with Kevin Mapasure

    For all its faults and shortcomings, Gabon has got a good transport system. But getting to Franceville from Libreville can be quite a challenge, as I have discovered on this trip.

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    #Afcon2017 : Pasuwa, Malajila on Senegal match

    Against Senegal, we have to brave, aggressive and play the kind of football we are used to..

  • Tytan opens up on love life, work and fame
    Tytan

    WITH only two years in the music industry, Njabulo Nkomo — better known as Tytan — is making waves, which have seen him considered among the best artistes in this competitive industry.

    Read more
  • Gonyeti
    Zimbos find solace in comedy

    LAUGHTER is said to be the best medicine and it appears some Zimbabweans have found solace in comedy in the face of economic challenges, as the country’s economy continues to weaken.

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    Kireni Zulu takes a dig at fake prophets in new album

    Local jazz sensation, Kireni Zulu has taken a dig at the rise of fake prophets in his new album Prophet Kitiwell.

  • Highlanders football star, Peter Muduhwa (left) and Sandisiwe Dube
    Musician, footballer engaged?

    MUSICIAN Sandisiwe Dube, who is also a radio presenter on Skyz Metro FM, might have secretly engaged Highlanders football star, Peter Muduhwa, whom she is said to be dating, if her recent post on Twitter is anything to go by.

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    Wicknell in bizarre Nkomo tribute

    FLAMBOYANT businessman, Wicknell Chivayo on Tuesday issued a bizarre tribute to the late Vice-President John Nkomo, where he appeared to plagiarise large swathes of Puff Daddy and Faith Evans’s I’ll be Missing You, a tribute to the late Notorious BIG.

  • McIntosh Jerahuni
    Former Tumbuka artistic director goes solo

    Tumbuka Dance Company’s former artistic director, McIntosh Jerahuni has formed his group, Jerahuni Movement Factory, following the closure of the once-vibrant contemporary dance ensemble, Tumbuka, due to financial constraints.

  • Sungura ace Alick Macheso
    Macheso sued for failing to pay designer

    A LOCAL designing firm, Mataga Promotions, has written a letter of demand to sungura music maestro, Aleck Macheso demanding payment of over R18 000 for promotional materials and services rendered to Orchestra Mberikwazvo some years ago.

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    Local band, VOA in royalties’ storm

    A BULAWAYO band, Isizukulwane, claims the Voice of America’s (VOA) Studio 7 has not paid any royalties for the use of their popular song, Nanka Amasela – formerly the signature tune ahead of their Ndebele news bulletins — for “almost 14 years”.

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