• Audio: Angry farmers disrupt tobacco auctioning

    The 2015 tobacco marketing season kicked off on a disastrous note yesterday after disgruntled farmers stopped the selling process of the golden leaf protesting over low prices.

    Tobacco farmers confront anti-riot police at the Boka tobacco auction floors over low tobacco prices.
  • Mugabe too old to lead: Mutasa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s advanced age, the unresolved succession issue and the meteoric rise of First Lady Grace have been cited as major factors rocking the Zanu PF boat and causing it to remain unstable.

    One of the placards  denouncing Didymus Mutasa at the Harare International Airport as thousands of Zanu PF supporters gathered to welcome President Mugabe home.
  • Taylor takes over captaincy

    ZIMBABWE Test skipper Brendan Taylor will take over the captaincy of the team over the last two Group B matches of the current 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup after Elton Chigumbura was ruled out with a muscle tear.

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  • EU warns Mugabe on renewed farm invasions

    THE European Union has warned that President Robert Mugabe’s recent threat to kick out the remaining white farmers from their commercial farms could scupper business re-engagements efforts between the Zanu PF government and the EU bloc.

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  • NCA takes ZBC to task over ‘biased, unfair coverage’

    The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been taken to task by the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) over the biased and unfair coverage in the ongoing parliamentary by-election campaigns in Chirumanzu-Zibagwe and Mt Darwin West.

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  • Female MPs hand panty pads to Mnangagwa
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    Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa was yesterday given panty pads by female MPs after he professed ignorance as to what they were and how they were used.

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  • One of the placards  denouncing Didymus Mutasa at the Harare International Airport as thousands of Zanu PF supporters gathered to welcome President Mugabe home.
    Mugabe too old to lead: Mutasa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s advanced age, the unresolved succession issue and the meteoric rise of First Lady Grace have been cited as major factors rocking the Zanu PF boat and causing it to remain unstable.

  • ZiFM CEO Supa Mandiwanzira
    Comment: Does BAZ have any sense of shame?

    The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) this week announced five companies that it awarded commercial radio licences to broadcast in eight selected urban centres

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    Outcry over new radio licences

    MEDIA organisations yesterday said there was no transparency in the manner in which radio licences were issued by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ), with many saying the issuance was made along partisan lines.

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    EU warns Mugabe on renewed farm invasions

    THE European Union has warned that President Robert Mugabe’s recent threat to kick out the remaining white farmers from their commercial farms could scupper business re-engagements efforts between the Zanu PF government and the EU bloc.

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    Minister admits govt using wrong business model on labour costs

    PUBLIC Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister Priscah Mupfumira yesterday admitted that government was using a wrong business model which allowed labour costs to gobble 80% of its total revenue.

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    NCA takes ZBC to task over ‘biased, unfair coverage’

    The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been taken to task by the National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) over the biased and unfair coverage in the ongoing parliamentary by-election campaigns in Chirumanzu-Zibagwe and Mt Darwin West.

  • A Zanu PF poster is seen on a road sign in Chegutu central during the Zanu PF primary elections on June 25, 2013. Picture by Cynthia R Matonhodze.
    Chegutu residents threaten demo against council

    Residents of Chegutu plan to take to the streets today to demonstrate against poor service delivery and alleged mismanagement in the farming and mining town.

  • IMF ready to finance Zim
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    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it is ready to help Zimbabwe financially once the country shows commitment to clear its arrears to multilateral and bilateral financial institutions

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    Create committee to take recommendations on industry to Cabinet – Bimha

    INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Mike Bimha says there is need for Parliament to create a standing committee to take recommendations on industry to Cabinet to speed up the implementation of policies.

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    SMEs bemoan failure to access markets

    Small to Medium enterprises (SMEs) are failing to access markets for their products as well as financial resources to boost their output, Best Cooperative chairperson Joshua Mubvekeri has said.

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    The e-mail marketing explosion

    Lately there has been an explosion of e-mail marketing which has seen platforms such as NiftyADs, DealzDone, BizList by E-Concept Media, In Touch-Zim and Ahona Innovations appearing on the scene in fairly rapid-fire succession.

  • Tobacco farmers confront anti-riot police at the Boka tobacco auction floors over low tobacco prices.
    Pictures: Chaos at Boka tobacco auction floors

    he tobacco selling season got off to a chaotic start as anti-riot police had to be called to restrain tobacco farmers at Boka Tobacco Auction Floor who were protesting the low tobacco prices they have been offered.

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    HCCL closes recapitalisation deals

    Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) has successfully closed two capitalisation transactions worth $31,2 million with the company expected to take delivery of equipment by April as it moves towards the projected 450 000 tonnes monthly output.

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    BNC’s $20 million bond offer complete

    Mwana Africa subsidiary Bindura Nickel Corporation (BNC) has completed its $20 million bond issue, a key step towards the restart of the existing Bindura Smelter and Refinery.

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    Telecel stake not for sale — Mutasa

    Telecel local shareholders say their 40% stake in the mobile operator is not for sale and would approach President Robert Mugabe to ward off pressures to sell the stake to private equity and advisory firm, Brainworks Capital Management.

  • 400 set for Old Mutual RB Marathon Relay Challenge
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    A FIELD of 400 runners is expected to battle it out in the revamped Old Mutual RB Marathon Relay Challenge that is scheduled for Harare on Sunday.

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    Dairibord eyes Anfield

    IT’S not every day that one gets a chance to travel to England, let alone an opportunity to visit one of the English Premier Soccer League clubs.

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    Dzuwa banks on underdogs tag

    ZIMBABWE Davis Cup non-playing captain Martin Dzuwa believes his team’s underdogs tag could work in their favour in their 2015 Euro-Africa Zone Group II tennis tie which gets underway at Harare Sports Club tomorrow.

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    Taylor takes over captaincy

    ZIMBABWE Test skipper Brendan Taylor will take over the captaincy of the team over the last two Group B matches of the current 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup after Elton Chigumbura was ruled out with a muscle tear.

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    Barbourfields violence victim undergoes scan

    CAPS United supporter Tawedzerwa Moyo, who was seriously injured after being allegedly beaten up by Highlanders supporters after the two football teams’ Bob91 Super Cup match at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday was expected to undergo a scan yesterday

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    FC Platinum seek to restore national pride

    FC PLATINUM will be looking to restore national pride when they square off with Young Africans of Tanzania in a two-legged Caf Confederation Cup first round football clash starting next weekend.

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    CAPS united lose in Malawi

    CAPS United surrendered the Zambezi Challenge Cup after losing to Big Bullets of Malawi in a match played at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre, Malawi, yesterday

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    De Jonge out to revive Presidents Cup hopes

    Zimbabwe’s top golfer Brendon de Jonge will be hoping for a strong performance at this week’s Puerto Rico Open to enhance his chances qualifying for the International Team to face the United States at the Presidents Cup in South Korea in October.

  • Companies subscribe to peer education programme
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    LOCAL companies have continued to show confidence in theatre to address HIV and Aids and wellness issues at the workplace, theatre practitioner Tafadzwa Muzondo has said.

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    Inaugural IMPACT Music Conference set for Hifa 2015

    THE African Music Development Programme (AMDP) is organising the inaugural IMPACT Music Conference centred on the convergence of music and technology in Africa.

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    Zafa calls for unity among artistes

    FOUNDER of Zimbabwe Artistes and Fans’ Association (Zafa) Bigred Phiri has urged local artistes to be united and work together for the growth of the arts sector.

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    Fireworks expected at Easter in UK with Tuku, Zahara

    ZIMBABWE’S legendary superstar Oliver Mtukudzi and his Black Spirits band will join South African’s adorable songbird Zahara and her 10-piece band for two United Kingdom shows scheduled for London and Birmingham over the Easter weekend.

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    Sabhuku Vharazipi 3 ready

    The producer of much followed local comedy, Sabhuku Vharazipi says the third edition of the drama series is now ready.

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    Idols comes to Zimbabwe

    ZIMBABWEAN talent will finally be getting the recognition it deserves with the acquisition of the Idols and Got Talent franchise by a local company.
    Kenako Media announced this week that they have bought a licence from the franchise owners, Fremantle Media and Syco TV.

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    Mamombe sets sights higher

    HER voice has become a common feature in Zimbabwean households, but Martha Mamombe dreams even bigger.

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    Tytan comes out of grooming with new track, Faka

    ABRA Tribe has started 2015 on fire with yet another upbeat track titled Faka by Njabulo Nkomo, better known as Tytan, in collaboration with Donald Kanyuchi set for official release on Friday.

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