• Mugabe’s bravado does not fool anyone

    President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party for the third time in less than two months called for a solidarity meeting with the veteran leader, the clearest indication all is not well in the ruling party, despite the brave face they routinely show.

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  • Updates: Under pressure Mugabe summons war vets

    In the face of mounting pressure and rejection by former freedom fighters, President Robert Mugabe has summoned a faction of war veterans to Harare and roped in the Zanu PF youth league, in a bid to shore up numbers. (more…)

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  • War veterans go for broke

    In the face of mounting pressure and rejection by former freedom fighters, President Robert Mugabe has summoned a faction of war veterans to Harare and roped in the Zanu PF youth league, in a bid to shore up numbers. (more…)

    Zimbabwe’s president, Robert Mugabe, addressing mourners at a funeral recently. Photograph: Philimon Bulawayo/Reuters
  • MDC-T urges schoolchildren to join ‘struggle’

    THE main opposition MDC-T has encouraged students and children in secondary schools to join the “struggle” to rid Zimbabwe of President Robert Mugabe’s administration. (more…)

    Zimbabwe school children walk outside school premises in Harare 29 January 2008.Zimbabwean teachers have been on strike for the past week due to poor salaries. AFP PHOTO/Desmond Kwande (Photo credit should read DESMOND KWANDE/AFP/Getty Images)
  • Chimene ignores court order, invades farm

    A RUSAPE woman has accused Manicaland Provincial minister Mandi Chimene of violently invading her farm on Sunday before dumping her goods by the roadside. (more…)

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  • Updates: Under pressure Mugabe summons war vets
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    In the face of mounting pressure and rejection by former freedom fighters, President Robert Mugabe has summoned a faction of war veterans to Harare and roped in the Zanu PF youth league, in a bid to shore up numbers. (more…)

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    War veterans go for broke

    In the face of mounting pressure and rejection by former freedom fighters, President Robert Mugabe has summoned a faction of war veterans to Harare and roped in the Zanu PF youth league, in a bid to shore up numbers. (more…)

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    MDC-T urges schoolchildren to join ‘struggle’

    THE main opposition MDC-T has encouraged students and children in secondary schools to join the “struggle” to rid Zimbabwe of President Robert Mugabe’s administration. (more…)

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    Chimene ignores court order, invades farm

    A RUSAPE woman has accused Manicaland Provincial minister Mandi Chimene of violently invading her farm on Sunday before dumping her goods by the roadside. (more…)

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    No reforms, no funding: UK ambassador

    British ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing yesterday said her government will not directly fund President Robert Mugabe’s government until it addresses issues like good governance, police brutality and respect of court orders. (more…)

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    ZBC boss Chivinge suspended

    THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has suspended acting head of radio services Chris Chivinge on a raft of allegations, including insubordination among others and he is expected to appear before a disciplinary hearing this week to answer to the charges. (more…)

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    Woman’s marriage on the rocks over qualifications

    A HARARE woman has approached the Civil Court seeking a protection order against her husband, accusing him of abusing her for lying about her academic qualifications before the two married six years ago. (more…)

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    Police accused of shoddy job

    GWERU police have come under fire from Zvishavane-based lawyer Leopold Mudisi for allegedly failing to investigate and bring before the court AFM president Aspire Madzivire after he was involved in a fatal accident in 2014. (more…)

  • BAT to engage govt on excise duty
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    BRITISH American Tobacco Zimbabwe (BAT) will continue to engage government for a sustainable excise duty, which has increased by 186% over the past five years. (more…)

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    CZI 2016 annual congress kicks-off

    THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) 2016 annual congress kicks-off today in Bulawayo, with focus on the country’s financial situation and value chains among other pertinent issues. (more…)

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    ZSE records lowest turnover in 7 years

    THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) recorded a turnover of just $105 yesterday after only one counter was traded, the lowest level in seven years. (more…)

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    Regulator reviews Zesa operations

    THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is seeking international consultants to carry out an independent review of the operations of power utility Zesa and its subsidiaries. (more…)

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    Cattle return to Midlands agric show

    CATTLE will be on exhibition when the 2016 edition of the Midlands Agricultural Show kicks off on Thursday. (more…)

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    Bakers Inn ordered to reinstate 62 retrenched workers

    Bakers Inn has been ordered by a National Employment Council (NEC) to reinstate 62 workers retrenched this month, as the process was deemed unlawful. (more…)

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    International certification firm opens in Zim

    Bureau Veritas yesterday officially opened its Zimbabwe office, and their presence in the country will ensure import and export goods meet international standards. (more…)

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    Olivine company to regain its former glory

    SURFACE Wilmar expects to introduce more products at Olivine and make the company regain its former glory by year-end.

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    Ali Sadiki etched

    Castle Lager Premier Soccer League giants Dynamos are on the verge of signing former TP Mazembe forward Ali Sadiki (pictured) as well as ex-Highlanders and WhaWha centre back Marshall Machazani in a bid to beef up the squad before the close of the transfer window on Sunday. (more…)

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    Caps United set to sign Sibanda

    Former FC Platinum forward Stephen Sibanda is set to sign for Caps United after impressing coach Lloyd Chitembwe. (more…)

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    Chicken Inn cry foul

    DEFENDING Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions Chicken Inn have launched a scathing attack on Midlands referee Thomas Masaa, accusing him of biased officiating in the match they lost 1-0 to FC Platinum on Saturday. (more…)

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    Mugabe sees off Team Zimbabwe

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday urged Brazil-bound athletes to go and shine at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics running between August 5 and 21. (more…)

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    Bosso lose Bruce

    FORMER Ajax Cape Town defender, Milton Ncube could be retracing his footsteps to Highlanders, as a possible replacement for Bruce Kangwa, who has agreed terms with Tanzania Premier Soccer League side, Azam FC after a week-long assessment. (more…)

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    Bosso defend ZNA Charities Shield

    Highlanders’ third choice goalkeeper, youthful Prosper Matutu was a revelation for the Bulawayo giants as they defended the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) Charities Shield after beating Harare City 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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    Age cheating claims overshadow Copa finals

    RUJEKO High School are this year’s winners of the Copa Coca-Cola Under-16 boys football tournament after a penalty shootout victory over Chinhoyi High at Pelandaba Stadium in Gwanda yesterday in a tournament marred by allegations of age cheating.

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    Mapeza turns to Sibanda

    FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza (pictured) has raided the transfer market once again in a bid to win his first Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title as coach and a maiden for his big-spending, but under-achieving side. (more…)

  • Mhere ropes in Zvirekwi on DVD
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    GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere has enlisted the services of Zimbabwe national team and Caps United football player, Hardlife Zvirekwi on his forthcoming Double Double DVD album set to be launched in Harare’s central business district on August 4. (more…)

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    Mudzvova speaks on censorship

    AWARD winning actor, Sylvanos Mudzvova, who was recently in Norway for the Bergen Afro Arts Festival, said Zimbabwe’s censorship laws were archaic and draconian compared to other progressive societies. (more…)

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    Chinodya converts epic novel into play

    SHIMMER Chinodya (pictured), an award-winning author of international repute, will this Thursday launch a stage play titled Harvest of Thorns Classic at Theatre in the park in Harare. The play is based on his Commonwealth Prize-winning blockbuster novel, Harvest of Thorns. (more…)

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    Tendai Dembo captures Leonard’s magic

    SUNGURA music fans, who attended Tendai Dembo’s scintillating show at Legends Sports Diner in Marondera at the weekend, were left with no trace of doubt that the young, lanky musician was a chip off the old block that was the legendary Leonard Dembo. (more…)

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    Pah Chihera, Buffalo Souljah for Afrimma awards

    AFRO-JAZZ sensation Pah Chihera and South Africa-based Zimbabwean dancehall singer Buffalo Souljah have been nominated for this year’s edition of African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) set for October 15 in Dallas‚ Texas‚ United States.

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    Ollah Juru sings for girl-child

    GOSPEL musician Bishop Samuel Ollah Juru and his Dirozvi Stars have joined the fight against child abuse through music in their latest album titled Girl Child to be launched on Wednesday at Bar Rouge, Long Cheng Plaza in Harare.

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    CCAP Voice of Mbare in season 2 live DVD recording

    FAMOUS gospel outfit Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Voice of Mbare will on Saturday record their much-awaited Season 2 Live DVD at 7 Arts Theatre in Harare.

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    Musica a platform of unity — Italian ambassador

    MUSICA, a non-profit making annual music showcase organised by the Embassy of Italy in Harare, is set to open under the theme: Move On, this October.

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