• We’re ready for court challenge: Miss Zim Trust

    MISS Zimbabwe Trust is prepared to face former Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Tatanga-Kachote (25) in court if she sees through her threat to sue the national pageant organisers over her dethronement.

    Emily Tatanga-Kachote
  • Warriors hit top gear

    PREPARATIONS for Saturday’s African Nations Championships (Chan) preliminary round, second leg qualifier against the Comoros, went into overdrive yesterday both on and off the pitch as the Warriors started training while the government worked on getting a chartered flight for the senior national football team.

    Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday
  • BaShupi back from Namibia tour

    PEACE Ndlovu, known in music circles as Ba Shupi, performed at Song Night, a popular Namibian show last week in Windhoek.

    Ba Shupi and Lize Ehlers
  • Allied Timbers’ Zanu PF donation haunts Fundira

    ALLIED Timbers Zimbabwe says an audit of the company by the Auditor-General will unravel whether or not there have been financial transgressions.

    Saviour-Kasukuwure
  • Falcon Gold sells off majority shareholding

    FALCON Gold Mine has sold off its majority shareholding in Venice Mine near Kadoma to an unnamed investor who will inject $4 million to kick start production following closure in 2002, New Dawn president and chief executive Ian Saunders said yesterday.

  • Tsvangirai, Saruwaka mock Zindi at funeral
    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai lights a candle for party members who were victims of political violence.

    MDC-T Manicaland provincial spokesperson and Mutasa Central MP Trevor Saruwaka yesterday dressed down Zanu PF’s Mutasa South MP Irene Zindi labelling her an opportunist who won the 2013 elections by capitalising on the confusion in the MDC-T camp.

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  • AFMzimbabwe
    AFM UK leader jets in

    Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) United Kingdom branch president Bernard Mberi is in the country for the launch of the House of Grace church tomorrow.

  • CIMAS
    Medical aid schemes claim they incurred $400m costs in 2014

    THE Association of Healthcare Funders of Zimbabwe (AHFoZ) yesterday claimed in Parliament that in 2014, they incurred claims costs of $400 million which was far much more than the country’s $340 million total health budget.

  • Didymus Mutasa
    I am ready for jail: Mutasa

    FORMER Presidential Affairs minister Didymus Mutasa has vowed he was ready to go to jail for spilling Zanu PF secrets after his ouster in December last year.

  • GAVEL
    Cops arrested for throwing missiles at Dynamos-Bosso match

    FOUR Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers attached to the police band training unit in Harare yesterday appeared at the Mbare Magistrates’ Court charged with criminal nuisance after they allegedly threw missiles into the pitch following Highlanders’ defeat by Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

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    ‘Zim education needs rebranding’

    A senior government official has called for the rebranding and upgrading of the country’s education system to address the ever-rising socio-economic challenges and unemployment levels.

  • Beitbridge border
    Corruption fuels child migration in Beitbridge

    Worsening poverty levels in Zimbabwe have seen an increase in the number of children between the ages of 12 and 18 crossing illegally into neighbouring South Africa.

  • GAVEL
    Gardener accused of stealing $1m from employer

    KWEKWE businessman Kenias Sibanda has dragged his former groundsman to court accusing him of stealing over $1 million from his home between January and June last year.

  • CFI narrows loss, seeks to resolve legacy debt
    some of the people acquired stands at Saturday Retreat

    CFI Holdings narrowed its loss to $3,7 million for the half-year ended March 31 from $5,5 million in the comparable period in 2014 after the group halved its operating loss before depreciation, impairment and financing costs.

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  • Saviour-Kasukuwure
    Allied Timbers’ Zanu PF donation haunts Fundira

    ALLIED Timbers Zimbabwe says an audit of the company by the Auditor-General will unravel whether or not there have been financial transgressions.

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    Falcon Gold sells off majority shareholding

    FALCON Gold Mine has sold off its majority shareholding in Venice Mine near Kadoma to an unnamed investor who will inject $4 million to kick start production following closure in 2002, New Dawn president and chief executive Ian Saunders said yesterday.

  • Mbare Musika
    Wild fruits boost Mbare market sales

    Mbare Agriculture Market recorded a 14% growth in generated estimated revenue to $1,8 million during the month of April 2015 driven by vegetable sales from the March statistics, latest data has shown.

  • HWANGE-COLLIERY
    HCCL shareholders to approve debt-to-equity conversion

    HWANGE Colliery Company Limited will hold an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) to give more details about the conversion of $78 million government debt to equity, a move that would free the coalminer’s balance sheet and allow the company to borrow from banks.

  • sithembiso nyoni
    SMEs contribute 40% to GDP

    Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) are estimated to be contributing 40% of the country’s total gross domestic product (GDP) as the economy regresses, a new report has said.

  • zimtrade
    ZimTrade urges firms to venture into Zambian markets

    ZimTrade, the country’s export promotion body, has urged local companies to venture into the Zambian market and boost their businesses.

  • Walter Mzembi etched
    Kwekwe’s oldest hotel to reopen

    Shamwari Hotel, one of Kwekwe’s oldest hotels, is set to reopen after new owners injected close to $2 million for a facelift

  • Warriors hit top gear
    Warriors in training in at Rufaro Stadium yesterday

    PREPARATIONS for Saturday’s African Nations Championships (Chan) preliminary round, second leg qualifier against the Comoros, went into overdrive yesterday both on and off the pitch as the Warriors started training while the government worked on getting a chartered flight for the senior national football team.

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  • soccer
    Mzilikazi bank on last year players

    Mzilikazi High School has seven Under-16 boys retained from last year’s team that took them to the national Copa Coca-Cola finals in Harare.

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    Zimbabwe Volleyball Association holds inter-provincials

    THE annual Zimbabwe Volleyball Association (ZVA) provincial tournament is on in Mutare this weekend with five of the country’s provinces expected to feature in the two-day event.

  • soccer
    Bantu Rovers rout Amagagasi

    FORMER Premier Soccer League side Bantu Rovers finally got it right after losing their last two matches when they ran riot, walloping Southern Region Soccer League newcomers Amagagasi 4-0 in Victoria Falls on Sunday.

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    Cara Black in easy Wimbledon draw

    ZIMBABWE’S Cara Black and her American playing partner Lisa Raymond were handed close to a perfect draw for their quest to win the ladies doubles title at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships which served off at the All-England Club in London on Monday.

  • RUGBY
    American Weaver to ref Zim-Tunisia clash

    AMERICAN international rugby referee Kurt Weaver will take charge of Zimbabwe’s Africa Cup Division 1A match against Tunisia at Prince Edward School’s Jubilee Field on Saturday, barely a week after his first international assignment on the continent in Kenya on Sunday.

  • Dynamos players celebrate their goal.
    Dynamos’ Colliery curse

    FOLLOWING their controversial 3-2 defeat of arch-rivals Highlanders last Sunday, Dynamos make the trip to Hwange for a Premier Soccer League clash hoping to put behind them their poor record at the Colliery.

  • Knox Mutizwa (in front ) celebrates his opener against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday
    Referee suspended over blunder

    ASSISTANT referee Bongani Gadzikwa was suspended yesterday following his blunder that denied Highlanders an equaliser in their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

  • We’re ready for court challenge: Miss Zim Trust
    Emily Tatanga-Kachote

    MISS Zimbabwe Trust is prepared to face former Miss World Zimbabwe Emily Tatanga-Kachote (25) in court if she sees through her threat to sue the national pageant organisers over her dethronement.

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    Uncle Richie sets eyes on TV

    THE comedian behind Zviri Kumbonyatsofamba Sei jokes, Richard Mike Matimba — popularly known as Uncle Richie — said he was working on a pilot programme which will be presented to the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) for approval very soon.

  • Ba Shupi and Lize Ehlers
    BaShupi back from Namibia tour

    PEACE Ndlovu, known in music circles as Ba Shupi, performed at Song Night, a popular Namibian show last week in Windhoek.

  • Zororo Makamba
    Makamba produces online talk show

    RADIO personality Zororo Makamba’s current affairs online talk show, Tonight With Zororo Episode 1, Season 1, will be released today at www.twzshow.com.

  • GAVEL
    Masvingo’s Charles Austin Theatre faces closure

    THE country’s third-biggest theatre, Charles Austin in Masvingo, is on the brink of closure after its former artistic director Leeroy Gono — who won a $44 000 labour dispute — decided to enforce a writ of execution to attach the theatre’s property.

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    Zembe picks up guitar, ropes in Jah Prayzah

    YESTERYEAR gospel musician Noel Zembe, who has been kept away from the music circles because of economic challenges and an accident that nearly claimed his life in 2013, said he was now considering another run in music.

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    I miss Dhewa: Macheso

    SUNGURA ace Alick Macheso said he misses the late musician Tongai “Dhewa” Moyo, whom he described as “a loving friend”

  • Jackson Zmiboy
    Changamire hip-hop festival flops

    THERE was drama at Changamire Hip-Hop Festival on Saturday night at Travel Plaza when the fiesta was called off under unclear circumstances, much to the disgruntlement of fans who had braved the cold to attend the show.

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