• Opposition scoffs at Mnangagwa jobs claim

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claims that the government had created more than 2,2 million jobs are an insult to millions of unemployed people roaming the country’s streets, opposition parties have said.

    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • ‘Economy to grow by 1,3% on agric uplift’

    Zimbabwe’s economy will grow by 1,3% this year, spurred by a growth in sectors such as agriculture, a new report has shown.

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  • Stage set for violent 2018 campaign

    OPPOSITION parties yesterday predicted a bloody run-up to the 2018 election judging by the high levels of violence and intolerance already exhibited by rival Zanu PF camps since the beginning of this year, with the latest incident recorded in Bulawayo at the weekend.

    Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere
  • Mutasa on the brink

    DYNAMOS’ top hierarchy will today hold a crisis meeting with coach Lloyd Mutasa in a bid to find solutions to the team’s slide.

    Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
  • Macheso to test new material at braai fest

    TOP sungura musician Alick Macheso will on Saturday sample new songs off his forthcoming album during the braai festival to be held at Surrey.

    Sungura ace Alick Macheso
  • Opposition scoffs at Mnangagwa jobs claim
    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claims that the government had created more than 2,2 million jobs are an insult to millions of unemployed people roaming the country’s streets, opposition parties have said.

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  • Zanu PF commissar Saviour Kasukuwere
    Stage set for violent 2018 campaign

    OPPOSITION parties yesterday predicted a bloody run-up to the 2018 election judging by the high levels of violence and intolerance already exhibited by rival Zanu PF camps since the beginning of this year, with the latest incident recorded in Bulawayo at the weekend.

  • Japhet Moyo
    Govt defends its stance on forced labour

    GOVERNMENT is planning to despatch a 30-member delegation to attend next month’s International Labour Organisation (ILO) conference in Geneva, Switzerland, to defend its failure to ratify Convention 105, which prohibits use of forced labour.

  • GAVEL
    Man fined $100 for storming hospital, assaulting nurse for ‘sleeping on duty’

    A CLEARING agent at the Beitbridge Border Post who stormed Beitbridge Hospital recently, accusing the nurses of sleeping on duty before assaulting one of them has been fined $100.

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    Make payment plans, govt urges students

    THE Higher and Tertiary Education ministry has ordered all State universities and colleges not to block students, who would not have paid tuition fees, from writing examinations, but urged the learners to come up with payment plans in future to avoid being turned away.

  • Minister of Industry and Commerce Mike Bimha
    Import ban on locally-available products remains

    GOVERNMENT says the tenure of Statutory Instrument (SI) 64 of 2016 is dependent on a report from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce’s Evaluation and Monitoring Committee which had been tasked to examine the effects of the import regulation.

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    Cop locked up for kidnapping school girl

    A POLICE officer stationed at the Beitbridge Rural Police has been dragged to court for allegedly kidnapping and eloping with a pupil believed to be his girlfriend.

  • Harare mayor, Bernard Manyenyeni
    Harare urged to align public health facilities with international trends

    HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni says the capital city’s ambitious target to attain world-class status by 2025 could remain a pipe dream if the local authority fails to align its public health facilities with the fast-changing international trends.


  • Mutasa on the brink
    Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa

    DYNAMOS’ top hierarchy will today hold a crisis meeting with coach Lloyd Mutasa in a bid to find solutions to the team’s slide.

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    OK Grand Challenge field unveiled

    Comanche Brave and Royal Honour are the two favourites for this year’s OK Grand Challenge race which will be held at Borrowdale Race Course on June 3.

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    Caps United seek recovery

    CAPS United are desperate to get maximum points when they take on visiting USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B football match at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow, as they seek to get their continental campaign back on track.

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    SRC nominates Manyuchi, Thornycroft for top sports gongs

    THE Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has forwarded 10 nominees for the second edition of the Regional Annual Sport Awards (RASA) to be hosted in South Africa on Saturday.

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    All set for Africa Day chess tournament

    The Zimbabwe Chess Federation (ZCF), in conjunction with the Harare Chess Association (HCA), is set to stage the three-day Crystal Candy Harare Open tournament, which begins on Africa Day at New Ambassador Hotel in Harare.

  • Dynamos player, Peace Makaha (left) tries to roll the ball past Shabanie Mine FC striker, Farai Mupasiri during a match played at National Sports Stadium yesterday.
    Pressure mounts on Mutasa

    DYNAMOS coach, Lloyd Mutasa yet again finds himself under immense pressure to turn around the fortunes of the struggling Harare giants after they were held to one-all draw by an impressive Shabanie Mine at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.


  • Macheso to test new material at braai fest
    Sungura ace Alick Macheso

    TOP sungura musician Alick Macheso will on Saturday sample new songs off his forthcoming album during the braai festival to be held at Surrey.

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  • Phebion Tagarira
    Tagarira targets idol worshippers

    SOUTH Africa-based gospel artiste, Phebion Tagarira, has released a six-track album titled Zvedenga whose main thrust is to discourage people from idol worship.

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    14 Zimbos for Castle Lite SA concert

    DELTA Beverages beer brand Castle Lite has this year raised the bar from 10 to 14 people set to get the VIP experience package to Castle Lite Unlock Concert in Johannesburg, South Africa, where rising American hip-hop sensations Travis Scott and Bryson Tiller will thrill the crowds on June 18.

  • Rural Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage minister Abednico Ncube
    Interest in national monuments on the rise

    INTEREST in museums and monuments site is rising, with over 70% locals visiting the sites for pleasure or using them for key lifetime events such as weddings and other private functions, national museums’ northern region director, Godhi Bvocho has said.

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    Umqombothi sports bar relaunches in style

    HUNDREDS of fun lovers thronged Nkulumane 5’s Bullet Shopping Centre on Sunday to celebrate Umqombothi Sports Bar’s relaunch, following the completion of renovations.

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    Govt blames sanctions for failure to fund arts

    RURAL Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage minister, Abednico Ncube on Saturday said the government is committed to funding the arts sector, but was struggling due to economic sanctions imposed against Zimbabwe.

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    GZU honours Jesesi Mungoshi

    RENOWNED actress, Jesesi Mungoshi on Friday received a Lifetime Achievement Award, in recognition of her contribution to the development of the country’s film industry from Great Zimbabwe University, at the premier of the film Solo naMutsai held at Charles Austin Theatre in Masvingo.

  • Pah Chihera
    Fashion designer dresses local celebs

    CLASSICIST designer, Lloyd Klein is a god of fashion, whose creations dominate red carpets, modelling ramps and wardrobes in Paris, Los Angeles and New York.

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