• Video: The rise of the citizen voices in Zimbabwe

    Just as the Shona maxim Kamoto kamberevere kakapisa matanda mberi warns that a small fire can ignite a huge inferno, the citizen-led struggle against the Robert Mugabe regime began like a small fire. (more…)

    For long, the people of Zimbabwe have had their rights and cries trampled upon
  • AMHVoices: Zanu PF’s move to stifle social media is senseless

    The new-found energy by the Zanu PF regime to suddenly characterise the use of social media as terrorism is baseless and senseless.

    Information, Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira
  • Video: Magaya grills girls over sex scandal allegations

    In this video, captured during a live broadcast of PHD ministries service, Walter Magaya quizzes girls over sex scandal accusations against him. (more…)

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  • Pictures: Cops raze panners’ settlement

    Hundreds of small-scale miners in Mukaradzi, Mt Darwin, were reportedly left stranded on Friday night after police destroyed their makeshift shelters, accusing them of invading the gold-rich area

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  • Magaya saga: The long and short of it

    Shortly before police arrested him on allegations of raping a university student, PHD ministries leader, Walter Magaya, told his followers on Friday that some top politicians and government officials were plotting to silence him through trumped up charges. His arrest, detention and bail hearing was immediately the main subject of social media conversations, bar talk […]

    PHD Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya lies on the carpet in prayer after receiving a call from TB Joshua
  • Video: The rise of the citizen voices in Zimbabwe
    For long, the people of Zimbabwe have had their rights and cries trampled upon

    Just as the Shona maxim Kamoto kamberevere kakapisa matanda mberi warns that a small fire can ignite a huge inferno, the citizen-led struggle against the Robert Mugabe regime began like a small fire. (more…)

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  • PHD-ministries-leader-Walter-Magaya-speaking-to-the-media-after-the-official-launch-of-the-Yadah-Villa-housing-project-on-Saturday-snd
    Video: Magaya grills girls over sex scandal allegations

    In this video, captured during a live broadcast of PHD ministries service, Walter Magaya quizzes girls over sex scandal accusations against him. (more…)

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    Pictures: Cops raze panners’ settlement

    Hundreds of small-scale miners in Mukaradzi, Mt Darwin, were reportedly left stranded on Friday night after police destroyed their makeshift shelters, accusing them of invading the gold-rich area

  • PHD Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya lies on the carpet in prayer after receiving a call from TB Joshua
    Magaya saga: The long and short of it

    Shortly before police arrested him on allegations of raping a university student, PHD ministries leader, Walter Magaya, told his followers on Friday that some top politicians and government officials were plotting to silence him through trumped up charges. His arrest, detention and bail hearing was immediately the main subject of social media conversations, bar talk […]

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    It’s game on: Tsvangirai

    MAIN opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has said preparations for Friday’s mega demonstration involving 18 opposition parties were at an advanced stage.

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    Tomana’s bail, $250 000 surety refunded

    Suspended Prosecutor-General (PG) Johannes Tomana yesterday scored a victory after the High Court ruled in his favour and ordered that he gets back the $2 000 bail and $250 000 surety he had surrendered to the State in a matter where he is being charged on five counts of criminal abuse of office. (more…)

  • Market opportunities for local products and services in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, agricultural implements and inputs, irrigation development, construction and engineering services, safari clothing, leather and footwear were identified in Tanzania
    UK injects $70m into agriculture

    THE British government says it has injected $70 million to jumpstart Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector in the next four years, despite the frosty relations existing between Harare and its former colonial master following the seizure of white-owned commercial farms by the Zanu PF regime in 2000.

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    Teenager hangs self in police custody

    A 19-YEAR-OLD Mahusekwa man allegedly hanged himself from a police cell window at the weekend following his arrest on domestic violence charges.

  • Econet’s EcoSure registers an increase
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    ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe’s funeral assurance scheme, EcoSure, has registered significant growth in the past few months with indications that since 2015, more than 1 500 burial societies in Bulawayo have joined the scheme.

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    NetOne on track to meet target

    The country’s second largest mobile operator, NetOne is on course to meet its 2 300 target after building 2 190 base stations since January as it expands its reach.

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    Zim working very hard to clear arreas: Beddies

    Zimbabwe is working “very hard” to clear arrears to three preferred creditors to be able to access financing to reboot the economy, the country’s International Monetary Fund (IMF) resident representative Christian Beddies has said.

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    ‘US new 5-year strategy for Zim approved’

    THE United States Agency for International Development, USAid, says Washington has approved a new five-year strategy for its mission in Zimbabwe, which includes helping the government make evidence-based decisions on economic policy reforms.

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    Import ban triggers price increase: CCZ

    THE ban on imports has triggered an increase in prices of basic commodities in the country, as competition has been reduced, allowing retailers to hike prices, the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) has said.

  • The inevitable commercial benefits include new procurement and sales opportunities where the supplier base is a potential consumer promoting indirect reciprocal trading
    Risks and benefits of pursuing sustainable procurement agenda

    A SYNERGY exists between the economic and social aspects of sustainability in a commercial sense. In the same way, pursuing a sustainable procurement agenda attracts a certain level of risks and opportunities.

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    RBZ registers 4 new MFIs for 2016 Q2

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has registered four new microfinance institutions (MFIs) for the second quarter of the year, as it pushes the financial inclusion thrust.

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    RBZ, local bourse seek to develop govt bond market

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is working with the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and the Ministry of Finance on the development of a government bond market to be used as a benchmark for private issuances.

  • Chiyangwa reads riot act
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    ZIFA president Phillip Chiyangwa (pictured) has warned referees against bias and corruption, saying that those caught offside will be axed from the roster.

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    Mutasa praises Mukamba

    DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa believes Denver Mukamba’s return to form could trigger his team’s revival as they look to string a run of positive results following their weekend victory over Harare City.

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    Bulawayo City summoned over match-fixing

    BULAWAYO City assistant coach Farai Mujokoro and kit manager Gift Mvala have been summoned to appear before a Premier Soccer League (PSL) disciplinary committee to answer to charges of match-fixing on September 6.

  • Sam Phiri is one of the survivors from the squad that played in the World Junior Rugby Trophy earlier this year
    Young Sables squad named

    YOUNG Sables coach Bob Mahari yesterday named his 25-man squad set to will compete at the Junior Africa Cup to be held in Windhoek, Namibia starting on Wednesday.

  • Denver Mukamba marks his return to Dynamos with a beautiful goal
    Denver delights DeMbare

    DENVER Mukamba scored a brilliant goal and Ocean Mushure converted from the spot as Dynamos beat Moses Chunga’s Harare City in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

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    Byo City bow Caps away

    Caps United’s Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title quest suffered a knock when they were blown away by top-flight debutants Bulawayo City in a match played at Barbourfields Stadium.

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    Reprieve for Gumbo

    Chicken Inn coach Rahman Gumbo got a timely reprieve as he saw his side pick up their first win from the last four matches by dimissing Tsholotsho at Luveve Stadium yesterday.

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    Ngezi fail to jump the Border

    BORDER STRIKERS . . . . . . . (1)2 NGEZI PLATINUM . . . . . . . . 0 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League basement side, Border Strikers enhanced their survival with a win against Ngezi Platinum in a match played at Dulivhadzimu Stadium yesterday. (more…)

  • New artiste sings for hope in Zim
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    Little-known Gweru based hip-hop musician, Siah Hot – real name Josiah Mudzviti- has added his voice in condemning fake prophets and lamenting the growing moral decadence through his newly released single, Nyika Yakuguma. (more…)

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    Zhakata, Chimbetu unveil new albums

    ZORA music legend, Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata, and dendera musician, Allan Chimbetu will this Friday unveil new albums at The Legends Sports Diner in Marondera

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    Carl Joshua aims for world record

    ONE of the country’s top comedian, Carl Joshua Ncube (pictured), is set to prove his rising stock as a top act in international comedy business this week when he embarks on a feat that will see him staging 35 gigs in one week in Zimbabwe and South Africa. (more…)

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    Musician cancels shows over father’s death

    UNITED KINGDOM-BASED gospel prodigy John Mutoko has cancelled his remaining six shows set to be held across the country following the death of his father Tadivana (74) who succumbed to a stroke at Eiffel Flats Private Hospital on Thursday night. (more…)

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    Arts movement calls for Mugabe’s resignation

    YADZOKA Zimbabwe, a combative arts movement fronted by theatre practitioner Silvanos Mudzvova, has called for the resignation of President Robert Mugabe and will embark on a campaign to that effect using arts in rural areas. (more…)

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    Maphosa, ZTA partner for gospel gala

    SOUTH AFRICA-BASED Zimbabwean businessman, Justice Maphosa has partnered with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) in organising a two-day gospel gala set to feature award-winning artistes from the neighbouring country.

  • Chibuku Road to Fame Harare provincial finals winners, Adequate Sounds posing for a photography on Saturday at Club Manake in Ruwa
    Chibuku Road to Fame national finals get Adequate Sounds

    SUNGURA outfit, Adequate Sounds, booked a ticket to participate at the national finals of the annual Chibuku Road to Fame competition for the second time after overpowering eight other groups in tightly contested Harare provincial finals held at Club Manake in Ruwa on Saturday.

  • Jah Prayzah perfoming with his Third Generation band at the launch of his seventh album Mudhara Vachauya on Friday night at the HICC
    Unstoppable Jah Prayzah sets the bar high

    HIGH-FLYING musician, Jah Prayzah continues to raise the bar high following the colourful launch of Mudhara Vachauya on Friday night, during which he pulled a full house at the Harare International Conference Centre.

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