• ‘ZimFirst not interested in Tsvangirai,MDC-T side shows’

    ZimFirst will not fight MDC-T or Tsvangirai. The last thing ZimFirst Party wants to do is to gain political mileage through peddling falsehoods.

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    Pictures: AMH Conversations

    On Friday Alpha Media Holdings in partnership with Hivos and Scanlen Holderness hosted AMH Conversations , running under the theme “A labour law to stimulate economic growth,” at Cresta Lodge ‘s Sango Conference Centre.

  • Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba kneels as he talks to  Grace Mugabe and vice president Mphekezela Mphoko
    I’m Zanu PF referee – ‘Queen’ Grace

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has blasted Zanu PF bigwigs allegedly fanning factionalism and those unhappy with their current positions

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    Fear factor strong in Zim politics: MDC-T

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said findings by the Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) that an overwhelming majority of Zimbabweans are terrified of President Robert Mugabe are a true reflection of the amount of fear in the country.

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    Zimpapers appeal $10 000 defamation damages

    Zimpapers yesterday approached the Supreme Court alongside its journalists Mthandazo Dube and Eddie Dhliwayo seeking to challenge the $10 000 defamation damages granted by the High Court in favour of urban grooves artiste Tererai Mugwadi over her tarnished reputation.

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    G40 are lunatics: Mutsvangwa

    War Veterans minister Chris Mutsvangwa yesterday tore into the so-called G40 group of Young Turks in Zanu PF warning the ruling party’s old guard would deal with them mercilessly in order to stop them from usurping power from President Robert Mugabe.

  • Joseph Chinotimba accused a fellow MP of being a rapist in Parliament.
    Chinotimba, son win farm wrangle

    Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba (Zanu PF) has successfully thwarted efforts to evict his son Edwin from a Chipinge macadamia nuts farm following a High Court judgment delivered in his favour on Wednesday this week.

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    Cabinet still to approve urban tollgates

    CABINET is still to deliberate and approve the planned installation of urban tollgates mooted by the Transport ministry, new minister Jorum Gumbo said yesterday.

  • Breaking: Creditors approve Zim debt clearance plan
    Patrick Chinamasa

    Zimbabwe’s plans to clear $1,8 billion arrears to three preferred creditors was approved on Thursday on the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank annual meetings in Lima, Peru.

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    Zimbabwe’s trade deficit widens to $2,5bn

    Zimbabwe’s trade deficit increased to $2,5 billion as at August 31, as the economy pulled in more imports with exports stagnant, the country’s trade promotion body has said.

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    ZimTrade to release Namibia market survey findings

    THE country’s export promotion body, ZimTrade, will disseminate findings of the Namibia Market Survey during the last quarter of 2015 in Harare and Bulawayo

    Chissano unlocks stalled pipeline deal

    Joaquim Chissano flew into the country to unlock delays by Zimbabwean authorities in approving a $1 billion fuel pipeline project linking Beira & Harare.

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    Econet Wireless cut 100 jobs

    The country’s biggest telecoms group, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, has given retrenchment notices to 100 workers as it moves to cut costs in the wake of falling revenue

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    Key aspects of bank capital

    Capital management is one of the fundamental aspects of bank management. This is so because banks must be capitalised in a manner consistent with their risk profile, regulatory standards and economic capital standards. (more…)

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    Zimbabwe in make-or-break debt talks

    Zimbabwe will today present its debt clearance strategy to three preferred creditors as it seeks to unlock fresh capital.

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    Basic financial survival strategies for MSMEs

    RESEARCH shows that almost 80% of all small businesses collapse within the first one and a half years of operation. While this “death rate” has become an accepted statistic by economists, the sad part is that most SMEs don’t “die of natural causes’’, but inadvertently commit “financial suicide”. (more…)

  • Chitembwe builds team spirit at Caps
    Caps United fans enjoying the match

    CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe is enjoying the fruits of instilling collectivity and team spirit in the squad since he took over the reins at the Harare football giants a month ago.

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    Kings meet kingmakers

    HARARE City could turn out to be the kingmakers as the battle for the Premier Soccer League championship reaches a crescendo with mouth-watering dates against the top three title-chasing teams imminent.

    Bosso executive digs in

    The Highlanders executive is unmoved by calls from club benefactor Tshinga Dube to resign on the back of the team’s poor form which has seen the former Premier Soccer League champions drawn into a relegation scrap.

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    Shabanie take aim at Border Strikers

    SHABANIE MINE’S quest for an immediate Premiership return will get a reality check when they travel to Beitbridge for a date against Central Region Division One log leaders Border Strikers on Sunday.

    Alimenda grounded

    DYNAMOS have lost inspirational captain Stephen Alimenda for their crucial Castle Lager Premier Soccer League derby clash against Harare City .

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    Mushekwi still on the sidelines

    Nyasha Mushekwi could end the football season without kicking a ball, a development which could have ramifications on the Warriors’ 2017 Afcon finals bid

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    Zimbabwe flavour at Presidents Cup

    DESPITE Brendon de Jonge’s failure to qualify for this year’s Presidents Cup competition, there will still be a distinctly Zimbabwean flavour

  • FIFA President Sepp Blatter addresses a news conference at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, June 2, 2015.    REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
    Blatter ‘provisionally suspended’ by Fifa, claims adviser

    Sepp Blatter was yesterday provisionally suspended as Fifa president for 90 days by the organisation’s ethics committee, according to his adviser

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