• Mphoko kicked out of hotel

    EMBATTLED Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has reportedly been ordered to temporarily vacate his presidential suite at Rainbow Towers Hotel to pave way for visiting Sierra Leonean President Ernest Bai Koroma.

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  • Tempers flare in Parly over Bill

    CHAOS rocked Parliament yesterday as Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) and Zvishavane-Ngezi MP John Holder (Zanu PF) nearly exchanged blows during a heated debate over the fast-tracked Local Government Bill.

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  • 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.

    Alkaline
  • 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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  • Zamco acquires close to half a billion in NPLs

    THE Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (Zamco) has acquired close to half a billion dollars in non-performing loans (NPL) as at May 31 this year, as it moves to clean bank balance sheets.

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  • Mphoko kicked out of hotel
    Mphoko

    EMBATTLED Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko has reportedly been ordered to temporarily vacate his presidential suite at Rainbow Towers Hotel to pave way for visiting Sierra Leonean President Ernest Bai Koroma.

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  • NELSON CHAMISA-4-1
    Tempers flare in Parly over Bill

    CHAOS rocked Parliament yesterday as Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) and Zvishavane-Ngezi MP John Holder (Zanu PF) nearly exchanged blows during a heated debate over the fast-tracked Local Government Bill.

  • Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa
    Zim economy navigating in troubled waters: Mnangagwa

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has admitted that the country’s economy is navigating in troubled waters, making it difficult to attain the 2016 National Budget targets.

  • Anti-corruption campaigner, John Githongo making a presentation yesterday
    Zim urged to adopt ‘social sanctions’ in graft fight

    INTERNATIONALLY-RECOGNISED anti-corruption campaigner, John Githongo, yesterday urged Zimbabweans to adopt “social sanctions” to smoke out and invoke public anger against corrupt people to effectively fight the vice.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Govt re-engages West, snubs opposition partners

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s administration has disregarded the country’s opposition, as it revives efforts to restore relations with the West.

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    Top cop bludgeoned at apostolic sect shrine

    A senior police officer was reportedly left for dead, when apostolic sect members turned violent at the weekend, after an ill-fated attempt to rescue a church leader, who had been allegedly kidnapped in Madziwa.

  • Women pour cooking oil in a jar Chizumba area in Mwenezi. World Food Programme donated food aid to more than 1.500 villagers in this area last week
    Basic commodities shortage looms

    A SHORTAGE of basic commodities is looming in the country, unless the current cash crisis is effectively addressed before the end of the year, analysts have warned.

  • AENIUS-CHIGWEDERE
    Chigwedere sues son for legal costs in witchcraft case

    Former Education minister Aeneas Chigwedere has filed a notice of taxation against his son Mangwiza, claiming $6 500 in legal costs. Chigwedere claims he incurred the costs during a legal battle against his son in a witchcraft case.

  • Govt urged to adopt rand
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    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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  • ZBBank
    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…)

  • Omen-Muza
    Exploring the mythical side of bond notes

    INITIALLY, the bond notes were expected to be issued within two months from the date of announcement, that is by next month. As I have said before in this column, the ensuing delay, which will now see them being launched only in October, has created room for further unwarranted speculation.

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    Zamco acquires close to half a billion in NPLs

    THE Zimbabwe Asset Management Company (Zamco) has acquired close to half a billion dollars in non-performing loans (NPL) as at May 31 this year, as it moves to clean bank balance sheets.

  • the-minister-of-finance-Patrick-Chinamasa-talks-to-the-reserve-bank-governor-John-Mangudya
    EIB meets Chinamasa, Mangudya over debt clearance plans

    Officials from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the International Monetary Fund were recently in the country to assess the re-engagement process, NewsDay has established.

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    Inaugural Financial Markets indaba on

    THE inaugural Financial Markets Indaba, which will bring together key stakeholders and partners in the financial sector is set to be held in Harare tomorrow.

  • Panelist-from-Left,-Domenico-Fanizza-(IMF),Prof.-Mthuli-Ncube(Univesity-of-Oxford),DR.-John-Mangudya(RBZ),-Mrs-Chipo-Mtasa(Tel-one),DR.-Somkhosi-Malaba(bankers-Assoc)
    Agribank pursues new credit facilities

    AGRIBANK is seeking new credit facilities from the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) taking advantage of its removal from the sanctions list which prevented it from getting support from international financial institutions.

  • Fullard-Gwasira
    Nationwide blackout as Insukamini system fails

    A POWER blackout yesterday hit Zimbabwe after the country lost 800 megawatts of electricity due to a system disturbance at Insukamini near Bulawayo.

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

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  • 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.

  • Chicken Inn
    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.

  • RONALD-PFUMBIDZAI-smiles-after-receiving-cash-from-fans-at-the-National-Sports-Stadium-yesterday-(2)
    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.

  • Phillip-Chiyangwa
    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.

  • Mitchelle Katsvairo who scored a brace in the match
    Resurgent Chicken Inn take on Hwange

    CHICKEN INN will be aiming for consistency when they take on Hwange in a rescheduled Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match this afternoon. (more…)

  • Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa
    Lloyd of the wins

    Eight weeks ago, Dynamos were the laughing stock of Zimbabwean football, languishing closer to Border Strikers at the bottom of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.

  • Dutchman Elroy Akbay
    We lack quality: Bosso coach

    Highlanders coach Erol Akbay is skeptical of his team’s chances of winning the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title despite sitting at the top of the table after a good start to the 11 matches they have played this season.

  • Kansiime, Baba Tencen show tickets on sale
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    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.

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  • 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.

  • Hugh Masekela_Tuku
    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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    Upcoming artistes to benefit from music factory

    UPCOMING artistes are set to benefit from a platform called Music Factory established to afford them an opportunity to perform live for free at Hellenic Cultural Centre in Eastlea every Friday as a marketing strategy.

  • Lady-Squanda
    Lady Squanda sings for women

    DANCEHALL sensation Lady Squanda yesterday said she was passionate about women and children’s issues following the release of two tracks, Anogara Achindirova and Sorry Mama, which touch on issues of abuse in marriages and the need for children to honour their parents respectively.

  • Freeman (left) and Raffles Men’s Wear chief executive officer Bhaveish Patel
    Freeman clinches lucrative deal

    DANCEHALL musician Freeman of the Joina City fame has struck a lucrative one-year ambassadorial endorsement deal with clothing retailer, Raffles Men’s Wear, that will see him being dressed and his Hatimire Kusimbisa Dangerzone (HKD) clothing line sold in their stores nationwide.

  • Chinese Henan Art Troupe
    Chinese Kung Fu troupe jets in for Zim performance

    CELEBRATED Chinese Henan Art Troupe is expected in the country this Sunday ahead of their maiden performance in Zimbabwe on July 4, at a concert dubbed Night of Chinese Kung Fu set for Celebration Centre.

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    Artists play a pivotal role in society

    DIRECTOR of Yamurai Arts production Raphel Yobe said artists play a pivotal role in expressing issues that affect society and they must be respected for that cause in their communities.

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