• Violent protests escalate

    HARARE resembled a war zone yesterday as violence flared up after riot police violently disrupted an opposition political parties-organised electoral reform demonstration in defiance of a High Court order which reversed the 11th-hour ban of the march.

    Riot police officers beat up an apologetic elderly woman at the main entrance to the Harare Magistrates’ Court building yesterday.
  • Mugabe’s position as war vets patron under scrutiny

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s position as patron of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) will come under the microscope as the former freedom fighters begin a nationwide consultative process tentatively set to begin next month.

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  • Opposition working on post-Mugabe era

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa (pictured) has revealed that opposition political parties are strategising on a post President Robert Mugabe era to ensure that there is peace and stability in the country.

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa
  • Ndiraya look to avenge DeMbare exit

    AS Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa makes the trip to the Boabab to face Ngezi FC Platinum tomorrow, he faces one of his biggest tests against Tonderai Ndiraya (pictured) in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that provides an interesting sub-plot.

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  • Muridzo — a ‘successful’ copycat?

    For them to be able to manage the protests in a peaceful manner, they need to understand or acknowledge the current phenomenon.

    Andy Muridzo
  • Violent protests escalate
    Riot police officers beat up an apologetic elderly woman at the main entrance to the Harare Magistrates’ Court building yesterday.

    HARARE resembled a war zone yesterday as violence flared up after riot police violently disrupted an opposition political parties-organised electoral reform demonstration in defiance of a High Court order which reversed the 11th-hour ban of the march.

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  • President.R.G.Mugabe
    Mugabe’s position as war vets patron under scrutiny

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s position as patron of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) will come under the microscope as the former freedom fighters begin a nationwide consultative process tentatively set to begin next month.

  • court-gavel
    Chief Chirumanzu court appearance in false start

    THE appearance of Chief Chirumanzu, born Gerald Mudzengi, in court to answer to stock theft charges and contempt of court on Thursday hit a snag after it emerged the docket was in disarray.

  • ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa
    Opposition working on post-Mugabe era

    ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa (pictured) has revealed that opposition political parties are strategising on a post President Robert Mugabe era to ensure that there is peace and stability in the country.

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    Face to face with police brutality

    THE skirmishes between MDC-T protesters and the police on Wednesday once again laid bare the ugly vice of brutality which is fast becoming an undesirable weapon to quell the growing discontent among citizens in Zimbabwe.

  • Agriculture water spray
    ZFU urges youths to venture into agriprenuership

    The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union (ZFU) has called on Zimbabweans youths to venture into agriculture to create employment and ensure food security to the growing population.

  • court-gavel
    Two protesters fined for contempt of court

    TWO protesters were yesterday charged for contempt of court and fined $20 each by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) after they besieged a courtroom and started taking selfie pictures while seating on the magistrate chair.

  • Combine these reserves with a few days at Victoria Falls, and you have an unforgettable big game safari plus all the fantastic activities that surround one of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls
    Zim Safari: Hwange’s herds and Mana Pools

    Safari expert Nikki Theron has been to reserves across South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, Kenya and Tanzania. That left just one country on her safari wish list, Zimbabwe.

  • IoDZ pushes for more women on boards
    IODZ

    THE Institute of Directors Zimbabwe (IoDZ) has launched a new product, Women on Board Zimbabwe (WoBZ), which seeks to promote the 50% representation of women in company boards.

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  • Money-saved
    Reduce the risks of mobile money

    Recent changes in technology and the push for wider use of plastic money will make our lives much easier and better, especially with respect to using these financial technologies in our day-to-day commerce. (more…)

  • customers-wait-to-get-cash-at-the-FBC-Nelson-Mandela-and-Julius-Nyerere-Way-yesterday
    Mangudya digs in on bond notes

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya yesterday vowed to forge ahead with plans to introduce bond notes in October despite widespread resentment by citizens and opposition political parties.

  • NMB-BANK-2
    NMBZ secure $35m lines of credit

    NMBZ Holdings has secured $35 million from a regional bank and two European development finance institutions (DFIs) and is working towards securing a $10 million line of credit for the education sector, an executive said on Wednesday.

  • FBC-HOLDINGS
    FBC profits after tax up 13% in H1

    FBC Holdings Limited’s profit after tax for the half year ended June 30 went up by 13% to $9,3 million due to an increase in net interest income during the period under review.

  • Walter Mzembi
    Govt maps tourism growth plan

    The Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC), in conjunction with the ministry of Tourism and Hospitality Industry and the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA), will next week convene a workshop on the ease of doing business in the tourism and enabler sectors as it moves to accelerate growth in the industry.

  • nicoz
    NICOZ Diamond records 52% operating profit

    NICOZ Diamond Insurance Limited group recorded a 52% jump in operating profit to $1,86 million due to 15% savings on operating expenses and top line growth in their first half results for the year.

  • Obert Mpofu
    Minister urges govt, private sector to work together to lure investors

    MACRO-ECONOMIC Planning and Investment Promotion minister Obert Mpofu has bemoaned lack of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into the country and urged government and private sector to work together to lure investors.

  • Harare City edge 10-man Byo City
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    HARARE City recovered from a goal down to secure victory against 10-man Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tie at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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  • soccer
    Survival blow for Mutare City

    MUTARE City’s bid to survive relegation received a major blow after the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday deducted three points from the team for using an ineligible player.

  • tonderayi-ndiraya
    Ndiraya look to avenge DeMbare exit

    AS Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa makes the trip to the Boabab to face Ngezi FC Platinum tomorrow, he faces one of his biggest tests against Tonderai Ndiraya (pictured) in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that provides an interesting sub-plot.

  • soccer
    Ertugral sets Ndoro 20-goal target

    CAPE TOWN — Pirates coach Muhsin Ertugral reveals he set striker Tendai Ndoro a target of scoring 20 goals this season before their season opener against Golden Arrows.

  • Jonathan Musavengana
    Fifa open proceedings on Musavengana

    FORMER Zifa development officer Jonathan Musavengana could soon learn his fate on match-fixing allegations levelled against him after formal disciplinary proceedings were opened against him, together with former South African Football Association (Safa) president Kirsten Nematandani and ex-Togo coach Banna Tchanile.

  • Nyasha Mushekwi Djurgardens Sweden
    Mushekwi recalled

    In-form China-based striker Nyasha Mushekwi has returned to the Warriors fold ahead of the Zimbabwe senior men’s Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) football qualifier away to Guinea next week.

  • rugby
    Econet boots rugby development programme

    THE Old Mutual High-Density Schools Rugby Development Programme received a timely boost after Econet Wireless donated smartphones and tablets worth thousands of dollars to the Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) yesterday

  • Sundowns reject R25m offer for Billiat

    Pretoria — Khama Billiat has reportedly missed out on a potential mega-payday after South African football giants Mamelodi Sundowns turned down a R25 million offer from an unnamed Eastern European side. (more…)

  • David Tlale applauds African fashion
    David Tlale

    INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed South African fashion designer, David Tlale, has applauded the work of fashion designers on the continent and said that it was time to believe in Africa and everything it stood for in terms of its products and services.

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    Mafikizolo jets in today

    SOUTH Africa’s award-winning Afro-pop music group, Mafikizolo, are expected in the country this afternoon ahead of their potentially explosive gig tomorrow at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare.

  • sandra-ndebele
    Byo jam sessions expose hidden talent

    THE jam sessions recently introduced in Bulawayo have afforded ‘underground’ musicians, used as supporting acts or curtain raisers for international stars, an opportunity to showcase their talents, NewsDay can reveal. (more…)

  • Plot-Mhako
    All set for Jibilika festival

    ALL is set for the Jibilika Dance Festival national finals slated for Manicaland in Mutare starting on Friday with 20 groups around the country expected to fight for the top accolade.

  • ZIFFT
    The 2016 edition of IIFF roars to life

    THE annual International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) opens tomorrow at Ster Kinekor, Borrowdale, in Harare with 30 films set to be screened during the nine-day long film fiesta running under the theme Women Alive: Women Of Heart.

  • comedian Carl Joshua Ncube peroming on the Golden Pilsener Day
    Carl Joshua breaks world record

    TOP-rated comedian Carl Joshua Ncube’s bid to break the world record of the longest stretch of performances before paying audiences in one week seemed to have paid off after he staged 31 shows, beating the previous record of 30 shows set by Mark Murphy of Australia.

  • Pamela "Gonyeti" Zulu
    Gonyeti hires former Jah Prayzah manager

    FORMER Jah Prayzah’s key dancer-cum-backing vocalist, Pamela “Gonyeti” Zulu, has roped in the lanky musician’s former manager, Filda Muchabaiwa, to handle her affairs, as she begins her journey as a solo musician, NewsDay has learnt.

  • Simba-Dzowa-dancer-etched
    Dzowa calls for appreciation of dancing

    PROLIFIC dancer, Simba Dzowa, has described dance as a deeper and more intimate way of expression which transcend the boundaries of mere entertainment.

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