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  • Kasukuwere in dramatic survival

    DRAMA and tension punctuated proceedings in Bindura yesterday, as riot police and President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF’s fact-finding team battled to quell tempers and stamp their authority during a heated meeting to investigate circumstances that triggered the no-confidence vote in the party’s national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere.

    A Saviour Kasukuwere loyalist waves a placard outside the venue, while the fact-checking meeting was underway at Bindura Country Club yesterday
  • Govt secures funds for GMB grain deliveries: VP

    GOVERNMENT has secured funds to buy grain up to 1,3 million metric tonnes delivered to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), so that farmers can prepare for winter wheat farming in earnest, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.

    Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • Mafikizolo jets in for Sendekera concert

    SOUTH African award-winning Afro-pop music group, Mafikizolo are expected to touch down at the Harare International Airport this morning ahead of their much-anticipated Sendekera, Come Let’s Dance concert set for tomorrow at the Harare International Conference Centre.

    Mafikizolo
  • Caps draw Zamalek

    Zimbabwe football champions, Caps United were drawn into Group B of the Caf Champions League mini league stage alongside five-time champions Zamalek.

    Ronald Chitiyo
  • Kasukuwere in dramatic survival
    A Saviour Kasukuwere loyalist waves a placard outside the venue, while the fact-checking meeting was underway at Bindura Country Club yesterday

    DRAMA and tension punctuated proceedings in Bindura yesterday, as riot police and President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF’s fact-finding team battled to quell tempers and stamp their authority during a heated meeting to investigate circumstances that triggered the no-confidence vote in the party’s national commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere.

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  • Biometric-Voter-Registration
    BVR testing ends

    THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) brought to a close the site validation tests for biometric voter registration (BVR) kits yesterday after taking the equipment through water and shock resistance tests at the commission’s head office.

  • ZESA-no-longer-op
    Namibia wants more power from Zim

    NAMIBIA is looking to increase its electricity imports from Zimbabwe after that country injected more capital for the repair and maintenance of Hwange Power Station.

  • zimbabwe_republic_police
    Mathema urges police, headmen to flush out tsikamutandas

    MATABELELAND North Provincial Affairs minister Cain Mathema, has ordered police and headmen to flush out and arrest witch hunters commonly known as tsikamutandas, whom he accused of tormenting villagers in his province.

  • sifiso ndlovu
    Teachers denounce corporal punishment

    The Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) has urged its members to respect the recent High Court ruling outlawing corporal punishment, saying alternative methods of disciplining students should be introduced.

  • Martin Moyo
    Byo mayor mourns city engineer

    BULAWAYO mayor, Martin Moyo, has said the death of Engineer Mbuthi Gugu Mkwananzi had robbed the city of an illustrious worker, who was committed to transforming the local authority into a world-class city.

  • mmcz
    Zimbabwe diamonds financed Nikuv project

    Mines and Mining Development secretary, Francis Gudyanga yesterday admitted making payments to companies reportedly linked to Israeli company, Nikuv International Projects.

  • Gweru
    Equipment delays stalls Gweru stands servicing

    THE Gweru City Council has blamed a local company, which won a $1,2 million earth-moving equipment tender for failing to fulfil its part of the bargain, thus delaying the servicing of 6 000 residential stands in Mkoba 21.

  • Govt secures funds for GMB grain deliveries: VP
    Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa

    GOVERNMENT has secured funds to buy grain up to 1,3 million metric tonnes delivered to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), so that farmers can prepare for winter wheat farming in earnest, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.

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  • Small and Medium Enterprises Development minister Sithembiso Nyoni
    SMEs contribute 20% of tax revenue

    SMALL-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Zimbabwe are now making up about 70% of registered taxpayers and contributing close to 20% to tax revenue following the collapse of the formal sector in recent years, an official has said.

  • zimplats-(2)
    Zimplats revenue down 6% on lower sales

    ZIMPLATS Holdings recorded a 6% decline in revenue to $131, 3 million in the first quarter ending March 31 2017 mainly due to lower sales volumes.

  • John Mangudya
    Curious case of rising deposits, falling confidence

    ALTHOUGH they remained tilted towards short term — with demand deposits accounting for 58% of total deposits — bank deposits grew strongly by 19,2% year-on-year to $5,681 million in December 2016.

  • Agriculture is one of the key primary industries in Zimbabwe, with a huge contribution to employment, gross domestic product and exports
    Combine harvesters gap threaten agric output

    ZIMBABWE’S anticipated bumper harvest this year is threatened amid indications farmers do not have enough combine harvesters to reap their crops, raising fears of field losses.

  • turnall
    Turnall mulls debt to equity swap

    LISTED Turnall Holding Limited is reportedly engaging its creditors for a possible debt-to-equity swap deal as it moves to ward off marauding creditors jostling for the company’s assets, NewsDay has established.


  • Mutuma breaks duck in Bosso win
    Roderick Mutuma

    Two quick goals by Prince Dube and Rodreck Mutuma just after the start of the second half were all Highlanders needed to earn maximum points in an exciting Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Tsholotsho at Dulivhadzimo yesterday.

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  • soccer
    ZPC Kariba dismiss Shabanie

    ZPC Kariba coach, Sunday Chidzambwa breathed a sigh of relief after his side edged visiting Shabanie Mine in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Nyamhunga Stadium yesterday.

  • Ronald Chitiyo
    Caps draw Zamalek

    Zimbabwe football champions, Caps United were drawn into Group B of the Caf Champions League mini league stage alongside five-time champions Zamalek.

  • soccer
    Bantu Rovers lose again

    VISITING Hwange scored a winner four minutes into optional time to hand Castle Lager Premier Soccer League returnees, Bantu Rovers their fourth defeat in five matches.

  • soccer
    Clergymen hold soldiers

    A SPIRITED display by air force side, Chapungu saw them hold high-flying Yadah in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter at Ascot yesterday.

  • FC-Platinum-coach-Norman-Mapeza
    Triangle hold FC Platinum

    FC PLATINUM failed to utilise territorial advantage after they were held by Triangle to a goalless draw in a Premier Soccer League match played at Maglas Stadium yesterday.


  • Mafikizolo jets in for Sendekera concert
    Mafikizolo

    SOUTH African award-winning Afro-pop music group, Mafikizolo are expected to touch down at the Harare International Airport this morning ahead of their much-anticipated Sendekera, Come Let’s Dance concert set for tomorrow at the Harare International Conference Centre.

    Read more
  • NMB-BANK-2
    NMB sponsors day three at Hifa

    LEADING financial institution NMB Bank will be sponsoring day three of the forthcoming Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa), set to run from May 2 to 7 under the theme Hifa 2017: Staging an Intervention.

  • Gilmore Tee
    Thatha Wena premieres on ZBC TV tonight

    A NEW weekly television pan-African magazine show Thatha Wena hosted by Gilmore Tee and Mbo Mahocs, will premiere on ZBC TV tonight. The show will be broadcast at 5:30pm every Thursday.

  • Sam Dondo
    Sam Dondo brushes off critics

    Rising Afro-fusion musician Sam Dondo has brushed off the harsh criticism, mostly on social media, questioning his musical prowess almost a fortnight after he launched his second album titled Game Changer at an upmarket hotel in the capital.

  • Skaiva
    Skaiva goes against all odds

    AFTER producing three EPs (Extended Play) in the past, Bulawayo house producer and musician Skaiva, real name Mqondisi Sibanda, said his latest and debut album Against All Odds is his best offering to date.

  • Tawanda Denga
    Rap music is from God: T1nda

    YOUTHFUL Bulawayo pastor, Tawanda Denga (pictured), who uses rap music to reach out to his congregation and targets youths, said the genre was created by God even though many are sceptical of it.

  • Clive Chigubhu
    Zim comedians for Swazi comedy fest

    LOCAL comedians, Clive Chigubu and Learnmore “Long John” Mwanyenyeka will take part in a three-day comedy extravaganza at the Swaziland International Comedy Festival (SICF) set for April 27 to 29.

  • Leeroy Gono
    Yocaf winners for Hifa

    THE legacy of the late legendary arts icon, Walter Muparutsa lives on as Gifford Boys High School from Bulawayo make a maiden appearance at the forthcoming edition of the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) in Harare.

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