• Grace tipped for Cabinet post

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe could soon be elevated to Cabinet as part of Zanu PF plans to prepare her to succeed her ageing husband, President Robert Mugabe, and be in a position to defend the First Family’s business interests, as the sun sets on her 93-year-old husband’s career.

    First Lady Grace Mugabe. Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva
  • Mapeza’s Chosen Ones

    FORMER Warriors captain, Willard Katsande and three other senior players, Nyasha Mushekwi, Matthew Rusike and Cuthbert Malajila, have been left out of the provisional squad announced by interim coach Norman Mapeza yesterday, ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers, which begin early next month.

    Norman Mapeza
  • Manufacturing sector in dire need of support

    Local manufacturing companies are under capacitated to supply mining consumables, due to capital constraints, obsolete equipment and high cost structures, mining executives have said.

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  • Dokora scoffs at critics

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazurus Dokora has scoffed at critics of his new education curriculum and vowed to soldier on with the programme.

    Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora
  • Matsito fundraiser raises $350

    More than six musicians took to the stage on the eve of Africa Day in a fundraising show for the legendary sungura icon, Tedious Matsito, who suffered a stroke in December last year while on tour in South Africa, and raised $354 from the gate takings.

    Tedious Matsito
  • Grace tipped for Cabinet post
    First Lady Grace Mugabe. Pic by Shepherd Tozvireva

    FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe could soon be elevated to Cabinet as part of Zanu PF plans to prepare her to succeed her ageing husband, President Robert Mugabe, and be in a position to defend the First Family’s business interests, as the sun sets on her 93-year-old husband’s career.

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  • Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora
    Dokora scoffs at critics

    PRIMARY and Secondary Education minister Lazurus Dokora has scoffed at critics of his new education curriculum and vowed to soldier on with the programme.

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    Chinese firm faces unfair labour practices accusations

    CHINESE nationals at the Goldmore Investments, a mining company based in Inyathi, Matabeleland North province, are reportedly abusing employees by underpaying and assaulting them, Southern Eye has established.

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    Zanu PF-affiliated space barons wreak havoc in Mbare

    THE Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has said space barons are wreaking havoc in Mbare, taking over trading areas and employing Zanu PF youths to use violent methods to collect fees from stall owners.

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    Human rights group urges govt to give Mazowe evictees basic needs

    Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on the Zimbabwean government to ensure that evicted residents of Arnolds Farm, owned by the First Family, are not denied their rights to shelter, food and health as enshrined in international law and Zimbabwe’s Constitution.

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    High Court dismisses church feud

    High Court judge, Justice Lavender Makoni, recently dismissed an urgent chamber application filed by the bishop of the Bethlehem Apostolic Church seeking to interdict former bishop Alfred Zamkonsini from “interfering” with the institution’s activities.

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    CIO accuses police of scuttling graft-curbing efforts

    The Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) is accusing the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) of scuttling efforts to weed out corrupt activities within the State security system.

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    Cop seeks stay of prosecution for storming through a roadblock

    A MADLAMBUZI police officer arrested in April last year for allegedly refusing to stop at a roadblock, while ferrying passengers, has filed for stay of prosecution, arguing his matter had taken too long to be tried.

  • Manufacturing sector in dire need of support
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    Local manufacturing companies are under capacitated to supply mining consumables, due to capital constraints, obsolete equipment and high cost structures, mining executives have said.

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    Delta injects $1,3m into sorghum farming

    DELTA Beverages injected $1,3 million into its beverages sorghum contract farming scheme (BSCFS) during the 2016/17 financial year and expects to receive about 12 000 metric tonnes of both red and white sorghum, an official has said.

  • Gershem Pasi
    Shamed Zimra boss Pasi resigns

    SUSPENDED Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) commissioner-general, Gershem Pasi, who was facing 45 charges of misconduct, has resigned.

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    OK Zimbabwe profits jump 800%

    OK Zimbabwe’s profit after tax grew by 800,9% to $6,1 million from $700 000 in 2016 due to improved customer service, product mix, efficiencies, margins and better management of cost.

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    ZPA plots to curb illegal poultry imports

    THE Zimbabwe Poultry Association (ZPA) is in the process of setting up an anonymous tip-off initiative to curb the proliferation of illegal imports threatening viability of the industry.

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    Zim poorly ranked in providing financial services

    ZIMBABWE is ranked fourth from last in sub-Saharan Africa in terms providing financial services to people living in the rural areas, a World Bank report said.


  • Mapeza’s Chosen Ones
    Norman Mapeza

    FORMER Warriors captain, Willard Katsande and three other senior players, Nyasha Mushekwi, Matthew Rusike and Cuthbert Malajila, have been left out of the provisional squad announced by interim coach Norman Mapeza yesterday, ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers, which begin early next month.

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    Tsholotsho’s problems continue to mount

    Tsholotsho FC, winless to date in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League were yesterday routed by a supercharged Ngezi Platinum Stars, who pumped in two goals in each half to hand the home team a sixth defeat in 10 matches.

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    Yadah demolish Triangle

    YADAH arrested their four-match losing streak in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League with a comfortable win over 10-man Triangle at Morris Depot yesterday.

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    Chicken Inn continue to haunt Highlanders

    CHICKEN Inn’s dominance over Highlanders continued when they scored with a minute to the final whistle to collect maximum points in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo yesterday.

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    ZPC Kariba, Chapungu share spoils

    ZPC Kariba and Chapungu shared the spoils after a boring goalless draw in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Nyamhunga Stadium yesterday.

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    Shabanie despatch Bantu

    Shabanie Mine continued their impressive run in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League with a comfortable win over Bantu Rovers at Maglas Stadium yesterday.


  • Zimu set to establish women’s desk
    Edith WeUtonga

    THE Zimbabwe Musicians’ Union (Zimu) has set up a women’s desk and is currently in the process of compiling data on female musicians as part of efforts to empower and promote local female musicians.

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  • Tedious Matsito
    Matsito fundraiser raises $350

    More than six musicians took to the stage on the eve of Africa Day in a fundraising show for the legendary sungura icon, Tedious Matsito, who suffered a stroke in December last year while on tour in South Africa, and raised $354 from the gate takings.

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    Weekend Outing

    Festival-goers will be in for a treat tomorrow as the Miombo Festival roars into life at its ceremonial home in Christon Bank, Mazowe.

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    Zimdancehall dazzles local chanter

    LOCAL musician, Simbarashe Abel Piyo, who goes by the name Piyo Matosie, has been disillusioned by the genre of his choice — Zimdancehall.

  • Bona Chikore
    Uproar over Bona’s appointment

    The appointment of President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona Chikore to the new 11-member Zimbabwe Censorship Board has torched off a storm, with several players in the arts industry questioning her suitability.

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    Carl Joshua Ncube selected as a TED Fellow

    NEW York — Stand up comedian Carl Joshua Ncube has been selected as a TED Fellows, joining a class of 21 change makers from around the world, who will each deliver a talk from at the TEDGlobal 2017 conference from August 27 to 30 in Arusha, Tanzania.

  • Oliver Mutukudzi
    New Tuku biography unveiled

    UNITED States-based academic and ethnomusicologist, Jennifer Kyker, has officially unveiled her book on local music legend Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi titled Oliver Mtukudzi: Living Tuku Music In Zimbabwe.

  • Peter Moyo
    Young Igwe’s album launch venue shift a hoax

    SUNGURA musician Peter Moyo, affectionately known as the Young Igwe, yesterday dismissed a message circulating on social media claiming that he had postponed the launch of his third album, Mopao Mokonzi, and moved it to his rural home Sessombi in Zhombe.

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