• Parties fear state of emergency

    Opposition political parties have raised concern that President Robert Mugabe could soon declare a state of emergency in a bid to thwart increasing violent protests, NewsDay has established.

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  • ’Pray for Mugabe’

    ZIMBABWEANS should respect and pray for President Robert Mugabe (pictured) amid the rolling protests in the country meant to force him to step down over the country’s socio-economic crisis, a Cabinet minister said.

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  • Ngezi frustrate DeMbare

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League giants, Dynamos were left frustrated after they were held to a goalless draw by league newcomers Ngezi Platinum in a match played at Baobab Stadium yesterday.

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  • Govt to re-organise Beitbridge Border Post

    Government is set to re-organise Beitbridge Border Post to improve efficiency at the country’s busiest port of entry.

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
  • Mafikizolo outshines local acts

    SOUTH AFRICA’S duo of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo came, shined and left merrymakers clamouring for more, as they serenaded revellers at a well-attended concert on Saturday night at Belgravia Sports Club in the capital.

    Mafikizolo perform on stage at the Belgravia Sports Club in Harare on Saturday night
  • Grace Mugabe ally loses Zanu PF primaries
    First Lady Grace Mugabe

    FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe’s Manicaland ally, Letina Undenge’s bid to contest the Chimanimani parliamentary seat on a Zanu PF ticket went up in smoke at the weekend when she was walloped by Nokuthula Matsikenyere who entered the party primary elections as an underdog.

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    Parties fear state of emergency

    Opposition political parties have raised concern that President Robert Mugabe could soon declare a state of emergency in a bid to thwart increasing violent protests, NewsDay has established.

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    Fall-out over Udcorp turns nasty

    RESIDENTS of Caledonia, an informal settlement on the eastern fringes of Harare, are accusing the Urban Development Corporation (Udcorp) of using underhand methods to force cooperatives to join its ranks, NewsDay has learnt.

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    ’Pray for Mugabe’

    ZIMBABWEANS should respect and pray for President Robert Mugabe (pictured) amid the rolling protests in the country meant to force him to step down over the country’s socio-economic crisis, a Cabinet minister said.

  • MANDI CHIMENE
    I’m a Form 3 dropout: Chimene

    MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister, Mandiitawei Chimene, has bragged that she has landed a ministerial post despite her being a Form Three dropout.

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    Man up for raping daughter

    A LOWER Gweru man last Friday appeared at the Gweru Magistrates’ Court on allegations of raping his 16-year-old daughter.

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    Let’s not judge each other: Mnangagwa

    VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged citizens to avoid amassing wealth illegally and judging each other, but live in harmony as they prepare for life after death.

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    MDC-T youth chair’s house razed down in suspected political arson

    MDC-T Masvingo provincial youth chairman Philip Chingini reportedly lost property worth about $9 000 when his grass-thatched hut and fowl run went up in flames last Wednesday in a suspected arson attack involving Zanu PF activists.

  • Govt to re-organise Beitbridge Border Post
    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa

    Government is set to re-organise Beitbridge Border Post to improve efficiency at the country’s busiest port of entry.

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  • POSB-Zimbabwe
    POSB half-year interest income surges 9%

    The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB) interest income increased by 9% to $7,19 million during the first half of the year from the same period last year due to a growth in the loan book and Treasury investment portfolio.

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    Zimplow 2016 H1 loss widens to $2m

    ZIMPLOW has widened its loss to $2 million for the half-year ended June 30 2016 from $1,8m in the same period last year due to a slump in turnover.

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    Strategies for adopting sustainable procurement

    Sustainability is on the mainstream agenda of both private and public organisations recognising sustainable procurement as a good practice. It inevitably drives the delivery of improved economic, environmental and social outcomes

  • IODZ
    IoDZ pushes for more women on boards

    THE Institute of Directors Zimbabwe (IoDZ) has launched a new product, Women on Board Zimbabwe (WoBZ), which seeks to promote the 50% representation of women in company boards.

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    Reduce the risks of mobile money

    Recent changes in technology and the push for wider use of plastic money will make our lives much easier and better, especially with respect to using these financial technologies in our day-to-day commerce. (more…)

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    Mangudya digs in on bond notes

    Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya yesterday vowed to forge ahead with plans to introduce bond notes in October despite widespread resentment by citizens and opposition political parties.

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    NMBZ secure $35m lines of credit

    NMBZ Holdings has secured $35 million from a regional bank and two European development finance institutions (DFIs) and is working towards securing a $10 million line of credit for the education sector, an executive said on Wednesday.

  • Chiefs through to JL Nkomo semis
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    BULAWAYO Chiefs beat a young Bantu Rovers 2-1 to proceed to semi-final of the John Landa Nkomo Liquor Hub Tournament at White City Stadium yesterday. (more…)

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  • soccer
    Mbweti stars in Hwange win

    HWANGE inform attacker Gift Mbweti inspired his team to an important win with a second half brace in their tightly contested Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against visiting Triangle at the Colliery Stadium yesterday.

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    Ngezi frustrate DeMbare

    CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League giants, Dynamos were left frustrated after they were held to a goalless draw by league newcomers Ngezi Platinum in a match played at Baobab Stadium yesterday.

  • MANYUCHI
    Manyuchi wins in warm up fight

    ZIMBABWE boxing superstar Charles Manyuchi warmed up to his bout against Frenchman Damien Martin with an easy win against Tanzanian Samuel Deogratias in a fight that took place in Zambia on Saturday.

  • Harare-city-coach-moses-chunga
    Harare City edge 10-man Byo City

    HARARE City recovered from a goal down to secure victory against 10-man Bulawayo City in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tie at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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    Survival blow for Mutare City

    MUTARE City’s bid to survive relegation received a major blow after the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday deducted three points from the team for using an ineligible player.

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    Ndiraya look to avenge DeMbare exit

    AS Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa makes the trip to the Boabab to face Ngezi FC Platinum tomorrow, he faces one of his biggest tests against Tonderai Ndiraya (pictured) in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that provides an interesting sub-plot.

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    Ertugral sets Ndoro 20-goal target

    CAPE TOWN — Pirates coach Muhsin Ertugral reveals he set striker Tendai Ndoro a target of scoring 20 goals this season before their season opener against Golden Arrows.

  • Jibilika Festival takes Mutare by storm
    Plot-Mhako

    JIBiLIKA Dance Festival finals premiered in Mutare for the first time since the event’s launch, on a colourful Friday night with amazing talent taking to the stage.

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  • Mafikizolo perform on stage at the Belgravia Sports Club in Harare on Saturday night
    Mafikizolo outshines local acts

    SOUTH AFRICA’S duo of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo came, shined and left merrymakers clamouring for more, as they serenaded revellers at a well-attended concert on Saturday night at Belgravia Sports Club in the capital.

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    African Roots wins Chibuku Road to Fame Mash East finals

    MARONDERA-based African Roots band have dedicated their victory in the Chibuku Road to Fame Mashonaland East finals held on Saturday at Tandarai Beer Gardens to their late drummer Gift Nickson, who was murdered at Rusike suburb last year.

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    Heavy military, police presence at dancehall gig

    Police and members of the army made up the majority at the annual Zimdancehall Cup Clash, which usually takes place during the last day of the Harare Agricultural Show, where top local dancehall chanters pit against each other for bragging rights.

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    David Tlale applauds African fashion

    INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed South African fashion designer, David Tlale, has applauded the work of fashion designers on the continent and said that it was time to believe in Africa and everything it stood for in terms of its products and services.

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    Mafikizolo jets in today

    SOUTH Africa’s award-winning Afro-pop music group, Mafikizolo, are expected in the country this afternoon ahead of their potentially explosive gig tomorrow at Belgravia Sports Club in Harare.

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    Byo jam sessions expose hidden talent

    THE jam sessions recently introduced in Bulawayo have afforded ‘underground’ musicians, used as supporting acts or curtain raisers for international stars, an opportunity to showcase their talents, NewsDay can reveal. (more…)

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    All set for Jibilika festival

    ALL is set for the Jibilika Dance Festival national finals slated for Manicaland in Mutare starting on Friday with 20 groups around the country expected to fight for the top accolade.

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