• Zimbabwe’s French plane ‘crash landing’ explained

    A French military aircraft which crash-landed at Masvingo Airport on Saturday night after developing a technical fault, was coming from South Africa and wanted to refuel in Harare

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    Mugabe party said to be split over international lender ties

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party is in the grip of a generational split over whether to improve relations with international financial institutions in a bid to rescue the battered economy, according to about a dozen senior party officials.

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    Russia turns on Turkey in retaliation for downed jet

    Russia has turned on its former ally and trade partner Turkey following the downing of a Russian warplane

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    China set to pledge more aid to Africa ahead of Xi’s trip

    China is set to announce new aid to African nations when President Xi Jinping visits Zimbabwe and South Africa next month, a senior Chinese official said on Wednesday.

    PSMAS medical staff industrial action continues

    The strike by doctors and other medical staff at Premier Service Medical Investments (PSMI) continued yesterday amid calls by civil servants that the government should honour its obligation to pay the $44 million it owes Premier Service Medical Aid Society (PSMAS) to ensure its survival.

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    Pervert rapes lover’s daughter, jailed 16 years

    A 40-YEAR-OLD Harare pervert, Innocent Kwenda, will spend the next 13 years behind bars after being convicted and jailed for raping his girlfriend’s teenage daughter in the presence of her siblings.

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    Council gives Mujuru honour ultimatum

    HARARE City Council has given acting town clerk Josephine Ncube until February next year to implement the resolution to name one of the roads in Harare after the late decorated army general, Solomon Mujuru. in recognition of the “sterling work” he did in liberating the country.

    War over Grace breaks out

    ZANU PF’s factional fights came to the fore yesterday as divisions in the ruling party’s Manicaland Women’s League almost turned nasty, with the rival groups exchanging insults and nearly coming to blows at a provincial meeting in Mutare.

  • Online channels contribute 3% of RTG e-commerce revenue

    Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) says its online channels will contribute 3% to total e-commerce revenue and the target is close to $1 million.

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    Innscor to add 4 outlets in Zim by year-end

    INNSCOR’S fast foods division, Simbisa Brands, will open four more shops before year-end, bringing the number of its outlets to 200, as it continues to expand throughout in the country.

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    ‘Realign investment laws’

    THE government should put in place policies that improve the ease of doing business in the country, as well as restore confidence for both local and foreign investors, stakeholders said in their submissions to the 2016 National Budget.

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    Multi-dimensional traits for entrepreneurship, leadership

    IN today’s global economy, punctuated by fierce competition and rapid changes, the demands on leadership and entrepreneurship are as diverse as they are universal. This, by no means, makes the subject exclusive.

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    DHL Express to help SMEs grow

    DHL Express will launch the first entrepreneurial training programme in sub-Saharan Africa in Harare, to help small and medium enterprises in the country and abroad to grow business internationally.

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    DBSA takes $150m ZPC, Nampower deal to the board

    THE Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) will this month take the $150 million Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) and Namibian power utility (Nampower) deal to the board for approval.

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    Susan Mutangadura appointed IODZ chairperson

    THE Institute of Directors (IODZ) has appointed prominent lawyer and commercial arbitrator Susan Mutangadura as its chairperson. She takes over from Eve Gadzikwa who served for two terms.

    Companies reap benefits from ZimTrade market surveys

    A NUMBER of companies in Zimbabwe have set up businesses in countries such as Mozambique, following research surveys conducted by ZimTrade a few years ago to establish export businesses, NewsDay has established.

  • Gwindi presents poll manifesto

    Zifa presidential aspirant Leslie Gwindi yesterday officially launched his election campaign by unveiling a manifesto whose underlying theme is “do the right thing.”

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    DeMbare draw Bosso

    DETHRONED league champions Dynamos meet old foes Highlanders in pick of the fixtures following the Easycall Cup semi-final draw conducted in Harare yesterday.

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    Zim needs modern facilities: Makusha

    UNITED STATES-BASED Zimbabwean long jumper and sprinter, Ngonidzashe Makusha says there is need for the country to invest in modern training facilities to boost local athletes’ chances of qualifying for major sporting events like the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Athletics Championships and the Olympic Games.

    Video: Ndiraya on how Dembare lost 2015 title race

    WATCH VIDEO: Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya explains how the defending champions lost the title race in the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

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    Pictures: Phillip Chiyangwa’s manifesto launch

    Zifa presidential candidate Phillip Chiyangwa intensifed his campaign to land the top post when he launched his manifesto on Saturday at Crowne Plaza in Harare.

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    No Easycall in semis draw

    A TOUGH draw for the Easy Call Cup semi-finals awaits the Big Three teams — Dynamos, Caps United and Highlanders — today. The three football giants together with newly-crowned Zimbabwean league champions Chicken Inn qualified for the semi -finals of the Easy Call Cup and will know their opponents when the draw is conducted in […]

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    Kasinauyo wants to unlock Zim’s potential

    Zifa board member aspirant Edzai Kasinauyo says Zimbabwean football has the potential for success, but requires leadership that has the experience and expertise as well as the integrity to unlock opportunities.

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    Masvingo United prettily poised

    FORMER Premiership football side Masvingo United have put themselves in strong contention for promotion to the topflight league after posting a crucial 2-1 win against Masvingo City at Mucheke Stadium on Sunday.

  • Bulawayo to host Changamire Hip-Hop Awards

    BULAWAYO will this Saturday night host the monthly Changamire hip-hop festival and the ZimHip-Hop Awards activation party at Club Kulca: BAC.

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    Taps outshines Joe Thomas on YouTube

    CBZ A Academy finalist and Los Angeles-based Zimbabwean musician, Tapiwa ‘Taps’ Mugadza, scaled new heights, receiving recognition from the United States Billboard for his rendition of Adele’s, Hello.

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    Zima to honour Bob Marley

    THE family of reggae icon, Robert Nesta Marley – popularly known as Bob Marley – have expressed interest in attending next year’s edition of the Zimbabwe Music Awards (Zima), where they will receive the late revolutionary singer’s honorary award.

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    Charlie Sheen confirms he is HIV positive

    Hollywood star Charlie Sheen has confirmed he is living with HIV in a US television interview.

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    Exclusive:Morgan Heritage confirms Zimbabwe concert

    A representative of Jamaican reggae outfit Morgan Heritage Memmalatel ‘Mojo’ Morgan is in the country and has penned a deal with local promoter Biggie Chinoperekwei

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    Rotaract club launches book campaign

    THE Rotaract club of Avondale launched the 100 Books Campaign at HCH in Harare on Saturday.

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    Mukondiwa opens up on controversial book ‘Judas Files’

    ZIMBABWEAN literature has this year-end seen the entry of a fresh name in the world of its authors, with the new debut novel by writer Robert Mukondiwa, whose book, The Judas Files, hit shelves in November to critical acclaim from his peers.

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    Leroy Gopal Facebook rant torches storm

    LEROY Gopal, an actor and television personality based in South Africa, on Sunday torched a storm after tearing into people, questioning the outpouring of grief in support of France, following the recent terrorist attacks that killed at least 129 people when there was no similar support for Kenya when 147 people were killed by al-Shabab […]

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