• VIDEO: RBZ Governor on cash crisis, economy

    WATCH VIDEO: RBZ Governor John Mangudya, addresses a media and business stakeholders symposium at the UZ, and talks about the cash situation in Zimbabwe.

    Mangudya-at-UZ-lecture
  • IMF warns Zim on Command Agric

    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned the government on the command agriculture programme, saying excessive public spending, if continued, could exacerbate cash scarcity, further jeopardise the financial sector and ultimately fuel inflation.

    IMF deputy director of strategy, policy and review, Alfred Kammer
  • Tsvangirai, Biti talks in limbo

    COALITION talks between MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai (pictured) and his People’s Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart Tendai Biti are reportedly on the verge of collapse amid reports Biti is demanding the 21 parliamentary seats he took away with him when he broke ranks with the MDC-T in 2014.

    MDC - T leader Morgan Tsvangirai
  • Amidu bidding war excites Caps

    ZIMBABWEan football champions Caps United are excited by the bidding involving Egyptian sides Zamalek and Smouha as well as Algerian side USM Alger to secure the signature of top forward Abbas Amidu.

    Abbas Amidu
  • Violence chases Freeman off stage

    DANCEHALL musician Emegy Slyvesta Chizanga, popularly known as Freeman in music circles, was forced to abandon his performance on stage at Trojan Mine’s Mandimu Stadium in Bindura at the weekend after violence erupted between a security guard and enraged fans.

    Dancehall chanter Freeman
  • VIDEO: RBZ Governor on cash crisis, economy
    Mangudya-at-UZ-lecture

    WATCH VIDEO: RBZ Governor John Mangudya, addresses a media and business stakeholders symposium at the UZ, and talks about the cash situation in Zimbabwe.

    Read more
  • MDC - T leader Morgan Tsvangirai
    Tsvangirai, Biti talks in limbo

    COALITION talks between MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai (pictured) and his People’s Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart Tendai Biti are reportedly on the verge of collapse amid reports Biti is demanding the 21 parliamentary seats he took away with him when he broke ranks with the MDC-T in 2014.

  • Zanu PF youth league chairperson Kudzanayi Chipanga
    Opposition raises red flag over Zanu PF rigging threats

    OPPOSITION parties yesterday admitted that they were worried following Zanu PF youth leader, Kudzanayi Chipanga’s recent claims that the ruling party has already won the polls and was just awaiting statistics from the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) to confirm the margin of the ruling party’s victory.

  • GAVEL
    2 jailed over fake import documents

    TWO Beitbridge residents were yesterday sentenced to 12 months’ jail terms each for illegal possession of 16 date stamps, six blank vehicle registration books and various other documents used to facilitate the importation of vehicles.

  • gavel
    Drilling firm sues ZMDC over $2,1 million debt

    AN earthmoving machinery supplier, Macasave Investments (Pvt) Ltd, has taken the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) to court demanding payment of a $2,1 million debt for equipment supplied in 2012.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa proposed VAT on basics when he presented the 2017 National Budget in December last year.
    Chinamasa admits govt failure

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa has admitted that government’s failure to adequately fund the health sector has forced elderly people and underage children admitted at public health institutions to buy their own medical supplies, including drugs.

  • ethiopian
    Ethiopian Airlines claims $30 500 from travel agency

    ETHIOPIAN Airlines has taken a local travel agency, Haven Travel and Tours (Pvt) Ltd, to court on charges of failing to remit $30 500 in ticket sales.

  • hiv-awareness
    People living with HIV to access injectable treatment

    PEOPLE living with HIV could soon access injectable treatment which is more convenient and less stigmatising than daily oral pills, scientists at the 9th International Aids Society Conference on HIV Science in Paris, France, have revealed.

  • Diamonds bring new life to war-torn Central African Republic
    DIAMOND

    BANGUI — Rough diamonds enabled Abdoul Raouf to marry three women and put his nine children through school.

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  • IMF deputy director of strategy, policy and review, Alfred Kammer
    IMF warns Zim on Command Agric

    THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned the government on the command agriculture programme, saying excessive public spending, if continued, could exacerbate cash scarcity, further jeopardise the financial sector and ultimately fuel inflation.

  • Minister of Industry and Commerce Mike Bimha
    Bimha announces competitiveness commission board

    INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Mike Bimha yesterday announced the National Competitiveness Commission Board (NCCB), saying the economy needs to start running, as it can “no longer afford to walk”.

  • Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa
    Govt to maintain maize price

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa says the government will maintain the $390 per tonne maize price in the 2017/2018 agricultural season, despite it being the highest in Southern Africa amid concerns that it is unsustainable.

  • gold
    Fidelity disburses 75% of $40m loan facility

    FIDELITY Printers and Refiners (FPR) has so far disbursed about $30 million of the $40m loan facility meant to enhance operations of small-scale gold producers in the country, an official has said.

  • Mines minister Walter Chidakwa
    Platinum producers urged to invest in refining facilities

    MINES minister Walter Chidakwa has called on platinum producers to invest in refining facilities, to enable the country to draw maximum benefit from its mineral resources.


  • Amidu bidding war excites Caps
    Abbas Amidu

    ZIMBABWEan football champions Caps United are excited by the bidding involving Egyptian sides Zamalek and Smouha as well as Algerian side USM Alger to secure the signature of top forward Abbas Amidu.

    Read more
  • Zimbabwe Football team players during the penalty shoot-out against Namibia at the National Sports Stadium in Harare yesterday
    Dauda lashes out at boo boys

    WARRIORS stand-in captain Dennis Dauda has criticised a section of the team’s supporters for booing goalkeeper Herbert Rusawo after he failed to convert his spot kick in a dramatic penalty shoot-out against Namibia in African Nations Championship (Chan) football qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

  • Norman Mapeza
    Chinyama set for grand return

    FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza will be desperate for new signing Takesure Chinyama to make an immediate impact when the Zvishavane side host high-riding Dynamos at Mandava Stadium tomorrow, looking for nothing less than a win to bring their stuttering league campaign back on track.

  • Elroy Akbay
    Akbay to go solo again

    Highlanders coach Erol Akbay will have to go solo on the bench as the second half of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season kicks off with his assistant coaches Amini Soma-Phiri and Cosmas Zulu still suspended as their disciplinary case drags on.

  • Khama Billiat
    Downs getting bellyful of Billiat

    PRETORIA — Star Mamelodi Sundowns forward Khama Billiat stands accused of a litany of misdemeanours by the club.

  • Zimbabwe Football team players during the penalty shoot-out against Namibia at the National Sports Stadium in Harare yesterday
    Warriors sent packing

    SO, for the first time in this tournament’s history, there won’t be that illuminating gold and green colour when the African Nations Championship (Chan) tournament kicks off in Kenya next year.


  • Violence chases Freeman off stage
    Dancehall chanter Freeman

    DANCEHALL musician Emegy Slyvesta Chizanga, popularly known as Freeman in music circles, was forced to abandon his performance on stage at Trojan Mine’s Mandimu Stadium in Bindura at the weekend after violence erupted between a security guard and enraged fans.

    Read more
  • Babes Wodumo
    Babes Wodumo to rock Bulawayo

    AFTER missing her flight for her maiden Zimbabwean trip at the eleventh hour last year, popular South African dancer and singer, Babes Wodumo is scheduled to bring her act to the City of Kings under a new promoter, 2 Kings Entertainment, on September 1.

  • Albert Nyathi
    Nyathi brings back talent search programme

    RENOWNED poet, Albert Nyathi is set to relaunch the Albert Nyathi Talent Search (ANTS) programme, which was previously held in 1999 at Mpopoma High School under the banner of Imbongi Arts Talent Search.

  • Liberty Mwariwangu (right) and motivational writer and philanthropist Rabison Shumba during the book launch
    Mwariwangu’s fresh approach to motivational writing

    Dare Your Dreams is a life story of a man who was born in a polygamous family, rising from poverty to claim a lifeline as a brother, son, father and gospel minister.

  • Uzumba Express parade their cheque after winning the Chibuku Road to Fame Mashonaland East provincial competitions held at Murewa Council Bar in Murewa on Saturday
    Uzumba wins Chibuku competition

    SUNGURA outfit, Uzumba Express, on Saturday emerged winners of the Chibuku Road to Fame Mashonaland East provincial competitions held at Murewa Council Bar.

  • Miss World Zimbabwe queen Chiedza Mhosva flanked by first princess Evelyn Njelele and second princess Kundai Claire Somerai
    New Miss World Zim crowned

    A film and acting student with the University of Cape Town, Chiedza Mhosva (22), was on Saturday night crowned Miss World Zimbabwe 2017 at a glitzy star-studded ceremony held at Borrowdale Brooke Golf and Country Club in Harare.

  • Machena Band
    Machena thrills in debut show

    CHIRIKURE Chirikure and the Machena Band did not disappoint when they staged their inaugural performance at the Volt Night Club in Harare on Friday night following the official launch of their debut album, Musoro.

  • mic
    Waddilove choir defends choral music trophy

    WADDILOVE High School choir overpowered eight other choirs to defend their title as the choral music champions in the high schools category at this year’s third edition of the annual Zimbabwe College of Music (ZCM) choral festival on Saturday in Harare.

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