• How Mine test Caps Utd resolve

    CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is braced for what he believes will be the toughest test yet for his team in the 2015 Premier Soccer League campaign where they have started with a perfect record in the first two matches.

    Caps United fans.
  • Mahachi launches fourth album

    YOUNG gospel artiste Tatenda Mahachi on Tuesday night launched his fourth album titled Declaration at Reps Theatre in Harare.

  • $12,7m boost for Fidelity Life housing project

    Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe is expected to complete the servicing of stands at its housing project ahead of schedule, buoyed by the $12,7 million raised.

  • Parly to debate dire state of prisons

    Parliament is expected to debate conditions at the country’s prisons including the contentious issue of diet for inmates.

    Zimbabwe prisoners (file pictures
  • Mutasa/Mliswa loses case

    FORMER Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa and his nephew former Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa, yesterday witnessed their romance with Zanu-PF go up in smoke

  • Citizen journalists receive trade training

    OVER 20 citizen journalists from across the country received mentorship on journalistic principles and best practices relating to news gathering at a two-day capacity building workshop organised by ZUJ.

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  • President Robert Mugabe gives addresses thousands of party supporters at the Harare
    Diasporans challenge Mugabe to prove sincerity

    Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora are sceptical about President Robert Mugabe’s gospel of tolerance.

    No new voters’ roll: Zec

    Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson Justice Rita Makarau has dampened any hopes of compiling a new voters’ roll for the 2018 elections arguing that the law did not allow them to scramble the old one, which observers feel is fraught with mistakes and ghost voters.

  • Didymus Mutasa the MP for Headlands giving his congratulatory speech to the new speaker of parliament Jacob Mudenda.
    End of the road for Mutasa, Mliswa

    FORMER Hurungwe West MP Temba Mliswa yesterday said the electorate was the final arbiter in the political question on who should represent them in Parliament after his Constitutional Court (ConCourt) application challenging his recent dismissal from the august House was dismissed with costs.

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    Katsande funeral unites Gamatox, Weevils

    ZANU PF’s rival “Gamatox” and “Weevils” factions temporarily buried their differences when they converged at the burial of the party’s late Mudzi West legislator Acqulina Katsande on Monday.

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    Manzou villagers demand $180 000 compensation

    HUNDREDS of villagers who were recently ordered to vacate Manzou Estate in Mazowe district to pave way for First Lady Grace Mugabe’s planned wildlife sanctuary are demanding over $180 000 compensation for loss of their homes and crops.

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    Dokora stands ground on cellphones in schools

    Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora has described debate and criticism on use of cellphones in schools as mere “flak” as he defends his stance on use of technology in schools.

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    EMA slams use of mercury in mining activities

    EMA has raised alarm over unsanctioned use of mercury by gold panners operating along the Great Dyke, particularly the Boterekwa area in Shurugwi district.

  • POSB back to profitability

    POSB has posted an operating profit of $1,25 million in the year 2014 compared to a loss of $209 000 in 2013 due to the improvement in the performance of the bank during the period under review.

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    $12,7m boost for Fidelity Life housing project

    Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe is expected to complete the servicing of stands at its housing project ahead of schedule, buoyed by the $12,7 million raised.

  • Omen-Muza-2
    Big fish, small pond syndrome

    Recently, as part of its ongoing expansion plans, listed financial services group CBZ Holdings reportedly secured shareholder approval to pursue regional financing mandates.

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    FBC objects to VAT on property developers

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) plans to introduce value-added tax (VAT) on residential stands being developed by financial institutions, an official has said.

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    Zim to import 1,4m tonnes of maize

    ZIMBABWE is set to import 1,4 million tonnes of maize this year to feed the nation following a poor agricultural season, a local economist has said.

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    TIMB panics over low tobacco prices

    TIMB has pressed the panic button, requesting input from players to respond to “negative publicity” over low prices at the auction floors.

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    Fifa candidate Ali jets in

    Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan was expected in Harare last night to meet Zifa president Cuthbert Dube to canvass for support ahead of the world football governing body elections slated for May 29 in Zurich, Switzerland.

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    Govt engages global leader to curb harmful products

    GOVERNMENT has engaged a global leader in testing and compliance, Bureau Veritas, to undertake a programme that protects consumers from harmful imported products.

  • How Mine test Caps Utd resolve
    Caps United fans.

    CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is braced for what he believes will be the toughest test yet for his team in the 2015 Premier Soccer League campaign where they have started with a perfect record in the first two matches.

    Read more
  • cricket-2
    Whatmore returns to begin new era

    AUSTRALIAN cricket coach Dave Whatmore has returned to Zimbabwe to formally seal a four-year deal with Zimbabwe Cricket and begin remoulding the team.

  • zimbabwe-young-warriors
    Lack of incentives hampers Young Warriors preps

    Lack of incentives for the national Under-23 squad contending for a place at the All-Africa Games has adversely affected the preparations for their crucial qualifier against Cameroon. (more…)

  • golf
    Sponsors galore for Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open

    THE Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open continues to grow in stature each year as it has managed retain all their sponsors from last year.

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    Mighty Warriors lose key player

    NATIONAL senior women football team coach Rosemary Mugadza has been forced to make yet another change to her squad for the upcoming All-Africa Games reverse fixture against Ghana next week.

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    Patel makes it into Zim triathlon squad

    CHISIPITE Senior School student Karishma Patel was rewarded for her impressive show at the Zimbabwe Triathlon National Championships in Nyanga at the weekend after being included in the Zimbabwe squad to present the country in Egypt in May.

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    Mat U19s win Botswana tourney

    THE Matabeleland Under-19 rugby development side won the David Livingstone Memorial Trophy rugby tournament in Livingstone Kolobeng College , Botswana over the weekend after beating all the seven schools that took part.

  • soccer
    Kabwe returns home, eyes Bosso move

    FORMER Highlanders star Protash Kabwe returns home next month from Namibia when his contract with that country’s top-flight football league side Tigers FC expires.

  • Tombofara bounces back in new remix

    CALVIN Gudu and Muzi Mangena’s 1996 classic song Tombofara, is back in a brand new remix.

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    Jibilika dance festival set for Bulawayo

    THE eighth annual edition of Jibilika Dance Festival has been set for August 22 at the Amphitheatre in Bulawayo and this is the first time that the national finals will be held outside Harare.

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    Muffinz courts Famous African artistes

    The Muffinz have collaborated with South African Poet Lebo Mashile and Zimbabwean celebrated guitarists Joshua Meck and the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi on their second offering.

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    Mhere, Manyonganise duet an instant hit

    GOSPEL prodigy Mathias Mhere’s collaboration with Sharon Manyonganise, famed for her prolific involvement with the Zimpraise Choir has stolen the hearts of many gospel music lovers.

    The return of Linda Gabriel

    Making a grand ingress into the local poetry scene at a tender age of 18, not many would have expected her break to stand the test of time in the face of the spoken word art.

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    Major Playaz member in solo comeback

    After taking a near decade long sabbatical, Benson “Chyllur” Chihava of the currently disbanded Major Playaz hip-hop outfit seeks to ascertain a solo comeback through the release of a 15-track album titled Far From Over next month

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    Award-winning rapper Mudiwa to release second album

    All is set for colorful Gospel Hip-hop artist Mudiwa “Hood” Mutandwa’s album launch slated for tomorrow night in Harare.

  • The Big Game perfoms at the Standard Theatre during HIFA.
    Bang Bang Comedy Game Show to take place at Reps Theatre

    THE hilarious Bang Bang Comedy Game Show moves to Reps Theatre Upstairs for a night of laughter featuring show captains Michael K and Q the Boss who return from their successful regional tour.

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