• Mugabe, war vets fight escalates

    TOP officials in the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) have scoffed at government threats to silence and stop them from demanding President Robert Mugabe to step down, saying no amount of intimidation would cow them into submission.

    War veterans sing revolutionary songs during their meeting in Harare last Thursday
  • Minister blasts ‘overzealous’ cops

    WAR Veterans’ minister Tshinga Dube yesterday took a different route against his fellow Cabinet ministers by condemning police’s use of brute force in crushing the recent anti-government demonstrations, describing the police officers involved as “overzealous”.

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  • Biti attends Clinton convention

    OPPOSITION People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti is among delegates invited to attend a national convention organised by United States of America’s Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia this week.

    Tendai Biti
  • Yard endorses Chamisa elevation

    FORMER Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson and Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) leader, Temba Mliswa, has endorsed the recent appointment of Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa as one of MDC-T’s three vice-presidents.

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  • Bosso defend ZNA Charities Shield

    Highlanders’ third choice goalkeeper, youthful Prosper Matutu was a revelation for the Bulawayo giants as they defended the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) Charities Shield after beating Harare City 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

    Highlanders players raise the ZNA Charities trophy following their penalty shoot-out victory over Harare City yesterday
  • Mugabe, war vets fight escalates
    War veterans sing revolutionary songs during their meeting in Harare last Thursday

    TOP officials in the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA) have scoffed at government threats to silence and stop them from demanding President Robert Mugabe to step down, saying no amount of intimidation would cow them into submission.

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    Minister blasts ‘overzealous’ cops

    WAR Veterans’ minister Tshinga Dube yesterday took a different route against his fellow Cabinet ministers by condemning police’s use of brute force in crushing the recent anti-government demonstrations, describing the police officers involved as “overzealous”.

  • Tendai Biti
    Biti attends Clinton convention

    OPPOSITION People’s Democratic Party (PDP) leader Tendai Biti is among delegates invited to attend a national convention organised by United States of America’s Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia this week.

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    Yard endorses Chamisa elevation

    FORMER Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson and Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (Yard) leader, Temba Mliswa, has endorsed the recent appointment of Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa as one of MDC-T’s three vice-presidents.

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    Zinwa employee arrested for illegally selling water

    A ZIMBABWE National Water Authority (Zinwa) employee based at Dema Growth Point appeared before Harare provincial magistrate, Tendai Mahwe on Friday charged with illegally connecting his clients to the authority’s piped water system and collecting connection fees from them.

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    Epworth man killed over $6 kachasu debt

    A 24-YEAR-OLD Epworth man is seeking bail at the High Court after he was arrested on allegations of killing a fellow imbiber over a $6 debt arising from illicit beer borrowed from a local shebeen.

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    Muchechetere trial date set

    HARARE regional magistrate Noel Mupeiwa has set Friday as the trial date for former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) chief executive officer, Happison Muchechetere, who is charged with swindling his employer of $800 000 by inflating the purchase price of an OB van.

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    Govt in bid to eradicate elephantiasis, intestinal worms

    GOVERNMENT in collaboration with the End Fund and Unicef will from today roll out a mass drug administration campaign to eliminate the once neglected tropical diseases that include elephantiasis and intestinal worms.

  • Olivine company to regain its former glory
    Money-saved

    SURFACE Wilmar expects to introduce more products at Olivine and make the company regain its former glory by year-end.

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    ‘5 million tourist arrivals by 2020, pie in the sky’

    ZIMBABWE’S bid to achieve 5 million tourist arrivals by 2020 could remain pie in the sky due to the government’s failure to support tourism promotion, an executive has said.

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    Zim shifts to cashless society

    ZIMBABWE is on track to becoming a cashless society as a recent central bank report showed a 9,8% increase in volumes processed through the National Payment Systems (NPS).

  • Success is about raising the standard of your life
    Relief for local car assemblers

    GOVERNMENT has completed work on a motor vehicle policy which seeks to rescue the operations of local assemblers, suffocated by growing imports. (more…)

  • Chrome mining
    Mining industry expected to recover

    THE Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (CoMZ) says the country’s mining industry is expected to recover this year following the government and private sector interventions to address structural distortions and cost of doing business. (more…)

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    Minister courts investors for roads

    TRANSPORT and Infrastructural Development minister Joram Gumbo says there is an urgent need for investment in the country’s road sector amid revelations that $500 million is required annually for the country’s road network.

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    Relief for depositors as DPC increases cover to $1 000

    ON July 18 2016, the Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) announced that the deposit protection cover limit had been increased from $500 to a maximum of $1 000 per depositor per member bank with effect from June 1 2016.

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    ICAZ target public sector accountants, auditors

    Institute of Chartered Accountants Zimbabwe (Icaz) will work with government through the Auditor-General’s office to facilitate a specialised professional qualification targeting public sector accountants and auditors, the institute’s new president Gloria Zvaravanhu has said.

  • Bosso defend ZNA Charities Shield
    Highlanders players raise the ZNA Charities trophy following their penalty shoot-out victory over Harare City yesterday

    Highlanders’ third choice goalkeeper, youthful Prosper Matutu was a revelation for the Bulawayo giants as they defended the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) Charities Shield after beating Harare City 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

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  • Rujeko High School team display their medals and trophy after winning the Copa Coca-Cola Boys Under -6 finals in Gwanda yesterday
    Age cheating claims overshadow Copa finals

    RUJEKO High School are this year’s winners of the Copa Coca-Cola Under-16 boys football tournament after a penalty shootout victory over Chinhoyi High at Pelandaba Stadium in Gwanda yesterday in a tournament marred by allegations of age cheating.

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    Mapeza turns to Sibanda

    FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza (pictured) has raided the transfer market once again in a bid to win his first Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title as coach and a maiden for his big-spending, but under-achieving side. (more…)

  • Dutchman Elroy Akbay
    Akbay laments Kangwa absence

    Highlanders coach Erol Akbay has lamented the absence of utility player Bruce Kangwa ahead of the ZNA Charities Shield final against Harare City at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

  • Harare City coach Moses Chunga (left) and striker Martin Vengesai addressing a Press conference in the capital yesterday
    Chunga in no charity mood

    HARARE City coach Moses Chunga will draw inspiration from Portugal’s Euro 2016 final triumph over France when they take on-song Highlanders in the ZNA Charities Shield final at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

  • Sean Williams
    Williams roped in after outcry

    Middle-order batsman Sean Williams was made a last-minute inclusion into what was originally a 15-man squad for the two Test cricket series between Zimbabwe and New Zealand.

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    Kaseke to grace Copa finals

    FORMER Warriors defender Noel Kaseke will be the star attraction at this weekend’s Copa Coca-Cola Under-16 boys and girls’ Under-17 national football finals in Gwanda.

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    Zim drop key batting trio

    Three of Zimbabwe’s most experienced batsmen, Vusi Sibanda, Sean Williams and Elton Chigumbura are set to miss the first Test against New Zealand, after they were omitted from the 15-men squad for that match to be played in Bulawayo.

  • Pah Chihera, Buffalo Souljah for Afrimma awards
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    AFRO-JAZZ sensation Pah Chihera and South Africa-based Zimbabwean dancehall singer Buffalo Souljah have been nominated for this year’s edition of African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) set for October 15 in Dallas‚ Texas‚ United States.

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    Ollah Juru sings for girl-child

    GOSPEL musician Bishop Samuel Ollah Juru and his Dirozvi Stars have joined the fight against child abuse through music in their latest album titled Girl Child to be launched on Wednesday at Bar Rouge, Long Cheng Plaza in Harare.

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    CCAP Voice of Mbare in season 2 live DVD recording

    FAMOUS gospel outfit Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Voice of Mbare will on Saturday record their much-awaited Season 2 Live DVD at 7 Arts Theatre in Harare.

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    Musica a platform of unity — Italian ambassador

    MUSICA, a non-profit making annual music showcase organised by the Embassy of Italy in Harare, is set to open under the theme: Move On, this October.

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    Dancehall artiste in new film

    POPULAR dancehall artiste and actor, George Tanjani — known in music circles as Jiggaz — will be back on the small screen soon in a drama titled The Funeral, scheduled to be released at the end of this month. (more…)

  • PROGRESS CHIPFUMO
    Your Weekend Outing Events

    Zimbabwe College of Music Mbira queen Hope Masike this afternoon graduates with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Degree after she successfully completed her studies with Africa University in partnership with Zimbabwe College of Music. (more…)

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    Rising sculptor calls for more exhibitions

    EMERGING sculptor Terrence Musekiwa has called on government to create more opportunities for visual artistes to enable them to perfect their skills and have more exhibitions.

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    ‘Miss Rural pageant celebrates diversity’

    THE Miss Rural Heritage beauty pageant was a platform meant to celebrate cultural diversity as participants were drawn from different parts of the country, the Zimbabwe Multi-talented Youth Association (ZimTaya) chairperson, Christina Matizha, has said.

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