• Tsvangirai in countrywide coalition consultations

    MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai will this week kickstart a countrywide tour to seek national consensus from his structures and Zimbabweans in general on a proposed coalition of opposition parties, as his party continues giving mixed signals on the formation of an alliance.

    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai
  • Warriors target win

    WARRIORS captain, Willard Katsande is targeting maximum points when Zimbabwe clash with Senegal in their second Group B football match at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Franceville tomorrow night.

    Warriors captain Willlard Katsande gestures during Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Algeria
  • Econet in $130m rights offer

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe plans to raise $130 million in capital through a rights offer of ordinary shares and linked debentures in order to facilitate the servicing of obligations to its foreign lenders, according to an abridged circular to shareholders.

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  • Macheso sued for failing to pay designer

    A LOCAL designing firm, Mataga Promotions, has written a letter of demand to sungura music maestro, Aleck Macheso demanding payment of over R18 000 for promotional materials and services rendered to Orchestra Mberikwazvo some years ago.

    Sungura ace Alick Macheso
  • ‘Third faction’ emerges in Zanu PF

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe apparently must not lose sleep over the acrimonious factional struggles in Zanu PF because rural district councils are ready to support him in his quest to retain power at all costs.

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  • Tsvangirai in countrywide coalition consultations
    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai

    MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai will this week kickstart a countrywide tour to seek national consensus from his structures and Zimbabweans in general on a proposed coalition of opposition parties, as his party continues giving mixed signals on the formation of an alliance.

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  • Temba Mliswa
    Mliswa courts Masiyiwa

    INDEPENDENT Norton MP Temba Mliswa yesterday upped the stakes in the 2018 presidential elections when he announced that his formation of independents under the banner Third Force is courting some prominent businesspersons to come and stand as its presidential candidate.

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    Prepaid water meter tender worries Kwekwe

    MYSTERY surrounds Kwekwe’s prepaid water meter tender, which council was forced to re-advertise last year amid accusations management could be sitting on it for ulterior motives.

  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) minister Supa Mandiwanzira
    Mandiwanzira sues Maridadi for $2m

    INFORMATION and Communication Technology (ICT) minister Supa Mandiwanzira has filed a $2 million defamation lawsuit against Mabvuku-Tafara MP, James Maridadi, claiming the opposition legislator defamed him in an article published in the Daily News in May last year

  • zimsec
    Science whiz-kid scores big

    A 18-YEAR-OLD whiz-kid from Goromonzi High School attained 20 points in the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) November 2016 A Level examinations.

  • court-gavel
    Man strangles estranged wife over love messages

    A JILTED Murewa man, who deserted his family in 2014 and fled to neighbouring South Africa, came back sometime early this month and strangled his wife, Bretter Pindura, for allegedly dating other men.

  • Melusi Matshiya
    ZRP rakes in $59 million in spot fines

    Spot fines are increasingly becoming a huge cash cow for the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) amid revelations the force collects about $59 million a year.

  • President R.G.Mugabe
    ‘Mugabe death’ cleric set for court appearance

    KARIBA pastor and activist, Patrick Mugadza, who was arrested on Monday and charged with undermining President Robert Mugabe’s authority for “predicting” that the 92-year-old Zanu PF leader would die this year, is set to appear in court today.

  • Econet in $130m rights offer
    econet

    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe plans to raise $130 million in capital through a rights offer of ordinary shares and linked debentures in order to facilitate the servicing of obligations to its foreign lenders, according to an abridged circular to shareholders.

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  • If not controlled in the countries affected, it will have devastating effects not only in those countries, but neighbouring countries too, because the spread capacity of this pest is very high.
    Alien armyworms invade corn in drought-hit southern Africa

    Harare — After Southern Africa’s worst drought in more than 35 years ravaged crops and sent food prices soaring, farmers are battling a new crisis: alien armyworms.

  • delta
    Delta capacity utilisation declines

    Listed beverage producer, Delta Beverages, is currently operating at between 40% and 60% of its capacity due to a decline in demand for its products witnessed since 2013, an official has said.

  • Godfrey Kanyenze
    Ledriz predicts deterioration in Zim’s macro-economic environment

    Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe (Ledriz) has projected a further deterioration in Zimbabwe’s macro-economic environment due to lack of structural reforms as well as fiscal adjustments.

  • Development organisations and policy makers need to carefully look at cultural aspects that fuel incremental innovation in every community
    Making sense of invisible advantages in rural African communities

    Many rural African communities have seen development programmes and business models come and go. What has kept these communities alive is their invisible advantages in the form of local culture. A community’s culture is basically a collection of unwritten rules, norms and values that influence people’s behaviour.

  • delta
    No Xmas cheer as Delta revenue dips 10% in Q3

    Beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation has seen its revenue down 10% in the third quarter ended December 31, 2016, due to suppressed demand and shortages caused by water supply disruptions.

  • Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda
    ‘Zim budget can surpass $10bn’

    Zimbabwe’s national budget can surpass the $10 billion mark if the country fully exploits chrome and gold mineral deposits, Speaker of Parliament Jacob Mudenda has said.

  • Toyota-Highlander-sport-utility-vehicle-is-one-the-models-being-recalled
    New vehicle sales down 7% in 2016

    Sales for new vehicles were down 7% in 2016 to 3 393 units attributed to an increase in imported second-hand vehicles, a report on the sector has shown.

  • Warriors target win
    Warriors captain Willlard Katsande gestures during Sunday’s 2-2 draw against Algeria

    WARRIORS captain, Willard Katsande is targeting maximum points when Zimbabwe clash with Senegal in their second Group B football match at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Franceville tomorrow night.

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  • Highlanders technical director, Cosmas Zulu ( left) watches as Benson Phiri (centre) and Peter Muduhwa go through their paces
    Bosso star Mudzingwa in SA for trial stint

    BULAWAYO giants Highlanders kicked off their pre-season training programme yesterday minus veteran utility player, Eric Mudzingwa, who is away in South Africa for a trial stint at Premiership outfit, Baroka Football Club.

  • Scott Vincent
    Vincent’s Open Championship chance

    GOLF prodigy, Scott Vincent (pictured) will have an early opportunity to book a place in a major championship field for the first time in his professional career when he tees off in the $1 000 000 SMBC Singapore Open tomorrow.

  • Leonard Tsipa
    Tsipa reports for duty

    REIGNING Premier Soccer League top goalscorer, Leonard Tsipa finally joined his teammates at training yesterday following a lengthy absence, which had fuelled speculation he might not be with champions Caps United, as they plunge into the Caf African Champions League campaign early next month.

  • Kama-Billiat-had-a-brilliant-second-half-but-was-surprisingly-substituted-as-the-Warriors-sought-a-points-clincher
    Video: Billiat’s brilliant dribble #Afcon2017

    Watch Khama Billiat’s brilliant dribble in the Algeria- Zimbabwe match at #Afcon2017.

  • Warriors striker, Knowledge Musona has been ruled out of the match against Senegal on Thursday due to injury
    Warriors suffer Musona blow

    WARRIORS striker, Knowledge Musona has been ruled out of the second Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football match against Senegal on Thursday after sustaining a hamstring injury in the opener against Algeria on Sunday.

  • Zimbabwe-celebrate-after-equalizing
    Senegal coach wary of Warriors

    Senegal coach, Aliou Cisse will leave nothing to chance, when he prepares his team for their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group B football clash against Zimbabwe on Thursday after watching the Warriors run Algeria to the end in an exciting 2-all draw, which Kalisto Pasuwa’s men could have won.

  • soccer
    Mutizwa joins Golden Arrows

    Former Highlanders attacker, Knox Mutizwa has joined Golden Arrows on loan from rivals, Bidvest Wits in the South African Premier Soccer League.

  • Macheso sued for failing to pay designer
    Sungura ace Alick Macheso

    A LOCAL designing firm, Mataga Promotions, has written a letter of demand to sungura music maestro, Aleck Macheso demanding payment of over R18 000 for promotional materials and services rendered to Orchestra Mberikwazvo some years ago.

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  • VOA-studio-7
    Local band, VOA in royalties’ storm

    A BULAWAYO band, Isizukulwane, claims the Voice of America’s (VOA) Studio 7 has not paid any royalties for the use of their popular song, Nanka Amasela – formerly the signature tune ahead of their Ndebele news bulletins — for “almost 14 years”.

  • Elvis Bokosha (left) and Tocky Vibes
    Tocky’s manager on another single

    DANCEHALL musician, Tocky Vibes’ manager, Elvis Bokosha has vowed to soldier on in his new-found talent, releasing another single Rudo after his debut, Kudanana was released early this month.

  • Ms Face Zim 2006 winner Tatenda Mafuta
    Ms Face Zim for Disabled back after decade

    IN their endeavour to promote the rights and participation of disabled people in the arts sector, organisers of Ms Face Zimbabwe (For the Disabled) pageant are set to revive the pageant after a decade-long sabbatical, which was due to financial constraints.

  • Ms Face Zim 2006 winner Tatenda Mafuta
    Ms Face Zim for Disabled back after decade

    IN their endeavour to promote the rights and participation of disabled people in the arts sector, organisers of Ms Face Zimbabwe (For the Disabled) pageant are set to revive the pageant after a decade-long sabbatical, which was due to financial constraints.

  • Silvanos “Banditi” Mudzvova
    Mudzvova gets UK fellowship

    AWARD-winning theatre artist and political activist, Silvanos “Banditi” Mudzvova, has been selected for a year-long Artist Protection Fund Fellowship programme at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom (UK).

  • writingbook
    Prison warder defies odds, pens book

    AFTER joining the Zimbabwe Prison and Correctional Services (ZPCS) eight years ago, Tare Gwangwari has defied the odds, widening his horizons, as he has ventured into book writing.

  • Mathias Mhere performs at the Night of Turnaround 5 at PHD Ministries on Friday night
    Mhere ropes in Joyous Celebration’s Bhebhe

    GOSPEL musician, Mathias Mhere has roped in Joyous Celebration member Mkhululi Bhebhe on his forthcoming 10-track album, Old Testament to be launched on March 4 at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale, Harare.

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