• North Korea sentences Korean American to 10 years hard labor

    North Korea’s Supreme Court on Friday sentenced a Korean American man to 10 years of hard labor for subversion,

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    South African court orders review of decision to drop Zuma charges

    PRETORIA (Reuters) – South Africa’s High Court ruled on Friday that a decision seven years ago to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma was irrational and should be reviewed, another setback for the scandal-ridden leader who faces calls for his resignation.

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    Govt bans trade in quail birds

    GOVERNMENT yesterday said it had banned, with immediate effect, the selling of quail birds and eggs, saying only licenced traders would be allowed to sell the birds.

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    Zanu PF threatens bloody 2018 polls

    TOP Zanu PF officials and traditional leaders in Masvingo have reportedly threatened to track down and kill all suspected MDC-T supporters who attended opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s campaign rally at Man’a business centre in Gutu South last Saturday.

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    Harare council fights spill to ZITF

    THE chaos rocking Harare City Council spilled into the Urban Councils Association of Zimbabwe (Ucaz) executive committee meeting in Bulawayo yesterday when acting mayor Chris Mbanga protested the presence of newly-appointed town clerk James Mushore.

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    ‘Workers’ Day reduced to Vendors’ Day’

    Workers have very little to celebrate at this year’s Workers’ Day commemorations on Sunday as the Zanu PF government has run down the economy, with the majority of able-bodied people now vendors and loafers, opposition political parties and analysts have said.

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    ZHRC to engage chiefs over rights violations

    The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) says it will be engaging chiefs over rights violations as traditional leaders are key in stemming the vice.

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    Corruption worse than sanctions: Minister

    AGRICULTURE deputy minister (livestock) Paddy Zhanda has challenged Zimbabweans to shun corruption whose effects he claimed were worse than sanctions imposed on the Zanu PF leadership by Western countries.

  • Are banks protecting their clients enough?
    Clients, mostly civil servants, queue outside the Central Avenue branch of Metbank yesterday. This was the situation at most banks in the capital as cash shortages hit the banking sector.

    Every sustainable banking relationship is based on utmost trust and integrity, and banks are tasked to maintain a high level of trustworthiness in all their customer dealings.

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    Mines ministry to vet indigenisation proposals

    THE Ministry of Mines and Mining Development was looking at the indigenisation proposals and plans of various companies before making submissions to Cabinet.

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    Depressed commodity prices suffocate annual turnover

    GOVERNMENT says the mining industry will this year fail to realise the projected annual turnover of over $2 billion due to depressed commodity prices.

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    EY throws weight behind taxation on transfer pricing

    GLOBAL auditing firm EY has encouraged multi-national companies to embrace the new taxation on transfer pricing scheme that government implemented to plug holes in revenue collection.

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    Mechanise to become competitive: Industry

    LOCAL companies have been urged to mechanise to keep pace with the rest of the world or risk languishing behind, industry officials have warned.

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    Zim becoming market for other countries: Mnangagwa

    ZIMBABWE was slowly becoming a “market for other countries” with very little exports in return to drive the economy forward, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said

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    My Legacy Plan: Financial inclusion for HIV + people

    Accordingly, the product of the month for March 2016 is Zimnat Life’s My Legacy Plan, a life cover product targeted at people living with HIV. It achieved a score of 7/10 and is reviewed hereunder, to reveal how well it measures up to innovation and utility criteria?

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    Zim to export fruits, vegetables to Namibia

    ZIMBABWE and Namibia have signed an agreement of intent which will see the country exporting fruits and vegetables. In a statement, ZimTrade said it was co-ordinating the participation of smallholder farmers to supply the Namibian markets with fruits and vegetables such as bananas, avocados, potatoes and butternuts.

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    DYNAMOS head coach Paulo Jorge  Silva. Picture by Tapiwa Zivira

    DYNAMOS forward Evans Gwekwerere finally regularised his paper work, putting himself in line to make an appearance in the 76th edition of the big Harare derby.

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  • Prince Edward School head Dr Aggrippa Sora hands over a trophy to Highlands Primary school captain. Highlands came first on the Primary Schools rugby Tournament
    Highlands win the inaugural Primary Schools Rugby Tourney

    HIGHLANDS Junior School rugby team are the inaugural winners of the Dairibord Primary Tournament after beating Gwinyai Primary School 17 -10 in the final at Prince Edward School in Harare on Wednesday. (more…)

  • SEEKING divine intervention: Dynamos coach Jorge Silva (second from left), and his entire technical team will be sacked if their team fails to beat Mutare City tomorrow
    Caps’ confidence dripping

    Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe believes his side has enough quality to finally break the jinx and beat perennial rivals Dynamos in the latest edition of the big Harare derby when they clash in the Premier Soccer League at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

    Be patient: Hlongwane tells Region V Games creditors

    Sports and Recreation minister Makhosini Hlongwane has asked service providers who are still owed by the government to be patient

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    Bulawayo bragging rights at stake at BF

    HIGHLANDERS’ technical adviser Cosmas “Tsano” Zulu says the Bulawayo derby pitting Castle Lager Premier Soccer League debutants Bulawayo City against Bosso at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday will be about claiming the city’s bragging rights.

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    Kasinauyo appears in court for match-fixing

    FORMER Zifa executive committee member Edzayi Kasinauyo yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court facing match-fixing charges emanating from an alleged plot to manipulate the outcome of Zimbabwe’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) football qualifiers against Swaziland last month.

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    Young Sables disappoint again

    Zimbabwe’s disappointing World Rugby Under-20 Trophy campaign crumbled further after the Young Sables suffered yet another defeat and this time to a resolute Fiji side at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

  • DYNAMOS head coach Paulo Jorge  Silva. Picture by Tapiwa Zivira
    Silva’s fox in the box

    Dynamos are in a rush to register Evans Gwekwerere ahead of their 76th big Harare derby against Caps United as coach Jorge Paulo Silva prepares to unleash the striker on their old foes in their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League clash at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

  • Jamaican singer speaks on fame

    Jamaican reggae singer Christopher Martin has challenged local musicians to be role models and act responsibly saying fame comes with a host of challenges, which require a sober and responsible mind.

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    Takaedza’s book, A Woman of Standard inspiring women

    THROUGHOUT history, many women have been a source of inspiration to others of the same sex and multi-talented preacher and women empowerment leader, Margaret Takaedza said her first book, A Woman of Standard was also positively impacting on the lives of women.

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    All set for Nyahuma’s album launch

    AFRO-JAZZ musician Brian Nyahuma (pictured) tonight launches his nine-track fifth album, Toyambukira at Ster Kinekor, Eastgate in the capital with top artistes expected to grace the event.

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    Mapeto film production stalled over funds

    THE production of the much-hyped Mapeto film that features veteran actor Lawrence Simbarashe, known as Bhonzo in drama circles, that was supposed to have premiered last Saturday has been pushed to June due to financial challenges.

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    Zhakata takes Zora music to SA

    ZORA music genius Leonard Karikoga Zhakata is set to perform in South Africa next month, where he is expected to reconnect with his fans after his last performance two years ago.

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    $15 billion diamonds money actor Mudzvova living in fear

    LOCAL theatre producer and actor Silvanos Mudzvova (pictured) said he was living in fear, claiming his home had been frequented by an unidentified vehicle which he suspects belongs to State security agents.

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    ‘Shamu’s ouster crippled me’: Gonora

    VISUALLY-impaired street musician-cum guitarist Daniel Gonora said the removal of Webster Shamu as Information minister three years ago affected his musical career because it marked the end of his public performances.

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