• Magaya predicts chaos, strife

    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya (pictured) has warned that Southern Africa will be hit by a wave of political violence anytime soon, and urged politicians not to resort to brutality to crush the uprisings.

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  • DeMbare’s Denver delight

    DENVER Mukamba could make his second coming debut for Dynamos tomorrow in a Castle Lager Premiership match against Bulawayo City after he completed his move to the Harare football giants on a one-year deal on Wednesday.

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  • Civil servants threaten crippling strike

    TEACHERS and nurses have threatened to go on strike in protest over government’s decision to defer payment of their June salaries to this month. (more…)

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  • Lumumba in foul-mouthed anti-Mugabe rant

    FORMER Zanu PF Harare youth leader Acie Lumumba yesterday unleashed a volley of unprintable expletives at President Robert Mugabe, accusing his government of policy bankruptcy.

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  • Financial sector rejects bond notes

    The financial services sector has rejected plans by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya to introduce bond notes “as they are not wanted in the market”.

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  • Magaya predicts chaos, strife
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    PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya (pictured) has warned that Southern Africa will be hit by a wave of political violence anytime soon, and urged politicians not to resort to brutality to crush the uprisings.

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    Civil servants threaten crippling strike

    TEACHERS and nurses have threatened to go on strike in protest over government’s decision to defer payment of their June salaries to this month. (more…)

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    Lumumba in foul-mouthed anti-Mugabe rant

    FORMER Zanu PF Harare youth leader Acie Lumumba yesterday unleashed a volley of unprintable expletives at President Robert Mugabe, accusing his government of policy bankruptcy.

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    Zimra, Chinese fingered in blanket import duty scam

    OFFICIALS at the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) have been sucked in a Chinese blanket import scam where the Asian nationals are allegedly fraudulently paying lower tariff charges for woven blankets, thereby prejudicing government of millions of dollars in import duty.

  • DRUGS TABLES PILLS
    Midlands faces paediatric therapy services, ARV shortage

    Midlands province managed to initiate 978 children on anti-retroviral therapy (ART) against a target of 3 000 last year because of a shortage of paediatric services, a top official in the Health ministry has said.

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    Court rules on Arundel religious challenge

    The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) has dismissed an application filed by four Jehovah’s Witnesses parents and guardians of pupils attending the Anglican Church-owned Arundel School, who were challenging the institution’s decision compelling every student to attend chapel sessions.

  • David Coltart
    ‘Mugabe’s Zim same as Smith’s Rhodesia’

    FORMER Education minister David Coltart has claimed that the title of his recently-published book, The Struggle Continues . . . 50 Years of Tyranny, had offended remnants of the Rhodesian era and Zanu PF acolytes after he described both regimes as tyrannical.

  • Information, Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    How govt is preying on its own companies

    Broke and unable to fund its operations, the government is allowing ministries to raid parastatals under their care for money.

  • Financial sector rejects bond notes
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    The financial services sector has rejected plans by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya to introduce bond notes “as they are not wanted in the market”.

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    Zim economy desperate for a savings culture

    Today is July 1 and every year, this marks the start of the National Savings Month in South Africa. This is an important month in South Africa, where stakeholders join forces to explore ways and means of building a savings culture.

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    BNC targets 8 000 tonnes of nickel

    BINDURA Nickel Corporation (BNC) is next year projecting to produce over 8 000 tonnes of nickel, up from 6 613 tonnes recorded for the year ended March 31, 2016.

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    Govt urged to remove export restrictions

    THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has called on the government to remove all export restrictions to increase production and boost earnings for the country.

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    Mudenda urges govt to build gold reserves

    Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has said the $200 million Afreximbank facility which is being used to introduce bond notes should instead have been utilised to build gold reserves to alleviate the current liquidity crunch in the country.

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    Public finance management still in shambles

    The Auditor-General’s reports on the management of Zimbabwe’s public finances and assets for the year ended December 31, 2015 have been tabled in Parliament. As expected and common with prior annual audits, the 2015 audit revealed gross mismanagement and theft of public resources.

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    Govt urged to adopt rand

    GLOBAL independent advisors, the de Vere Group, have urged the government to adopt the South African rand to encourage foreign investment.

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    ZB Bank launches new bank card

    ZB Bank has launched a new bank card aimed at boosting revenue and extending its plastic money market share. (more…)

  • DeMbare’s Denver delight
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    DENVER Mukamba could make his second coming debut for Dynamos tomorrow in a Castle Lager Premiership match against Bulawayo City after he completed his move to the Harare football giants on a one-year deal on Wednesday.

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  • Bruce Kangwa
    Kangwa courts Tanzanian interest

    Doors have opened ajar for Zimbabwean players to ply their trade in the more lucrative Tanzanian top-flight league with Highlanders’ in-form midfielder Bruce Kangwa the latest to attract interest in the east African country.

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    High Court to hear Zifa application

    Zifa has reapplied for voluntary sequestration at the High Court and the hearing will be conducted on Wednesday.

  • ADIOS . . . Evans Gwekwerere
    Kick in the teeth for Gwekwerere

    Just 68 days into his two-year contract, striker Evans “Earthquake” Gwekwerere has been kicked out of the Dynamos dressing room together with four other players in a mid-season offloading spree, which will be followed by the arrival of new players, as the club seeks to mount a serious Premier Soccer League title charge.

  • MANYUCHI
    Manyuchi dates French opponent

    Zimbabwe and world boxing superstar, Charles Manyuchi will defend his World Boxing Council (WBC) welterweight silver title against Frenchman, Damien Martin at the Harare International Conference Centre in September this year.

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    Hwange, Chicken Inn share spoils

    Hwange FC were left frustrated after they failed to take all three points in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against visiting Chicken Inn at the Colliery yesterday.

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    Caps lose Pfumbidzai

    CAPS United have been dealt a huge blow ahead of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League clash against Hwange at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday with key players, Ronald Pfumbidzai and Kudzanai Nyamupfukudza, suspended for the match having accumulated three yellow cards each.

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    Creditor challenges Zifa dissolution

    A local hospitality firm, Daisy’s Guest House, has joined the long list of other creditors to take the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to court demanding payment of $161 762 for accommodation, food and beverages provided to the senior men’s soccer team and also seek the nullification of the dissolution of the country’s football mother body.

  • Diamond Musica find new lease of life
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    CONGOLESE rhumba outfit, Diamond Musica, has found a new home in Mutare at Club Mandisa following the waning of their fortunes in Harare, where they had become a household name at the peak of their career.

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    Allan Chimbetu pins revival on new album

    AFTER living in his late elder brother Simon Chimbetu’s long shadow for much of his music career — and seemingly having been outpaced by his nephew Sulumani Chimbetu —Allan Chimbetu is hoping that his new album, The Covenant, scheduled for official launch on July 9, will help revive his waning fortunes.

  • Josh-Hozheri
    Hozheri opens Time and Jazz Café

    JAZZ promoter Josh Hozheri last night officially opened a new joint, Time & Jazz Café at the corner of Nelson Mandela Avenue and 6th Street in Harare following the closure of the once popular Jazz 105 two years ago.

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    John Cole joins Save Tapiwa Fundraiser

    AN internationally acclaimed and award-winning dance choreographer, John Cole, has joined efforts to raise over $40 000 for Tapiwa Sarah Sachiti to undergo treatment for bone tumour cancer in India.

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    Kansiime, Baba Tencen show tickets on sale

    TICKETS for the award-winning Ugandan Comedian Anne Kansiime and the South African-based Baba Tencen’s Harare show, Let’s Laugh Again, scheduled for August 6 at the Harare International Conference are now on sale at $10 and $20 for the ordinary and VIP tickets respectively.

  • Alkaline
    Top Jamaican acts for local pageant

    JAMAICAN musicians, Alkaline and Romain Virgo, are scheduled for a joint maiden performance in Zimbabwe during this year’s edition of the Black Opal Face of Zimbabwe (Bofoz) beauty pageant set for September 17 at the Glamis Arena in Harare.

  • Doc-Vikela
    Doc Vikela’s wife miscarries

    JUST a week after his 30th birthday, top comedian Doc Vikela’s family has been struck by tragedy following his wife Nyasha Mercy Kazuru’s miscarriage.

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    Masekela honours Dumi Maraire

    SOUTH Africa’s Afro-jazz maestro Hugh Masekela is set to release a mbira compilation album, Shai Shai, done with several female jazz acts in honour of his long-time friend, the late Dumisani Maraire.

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