• Caps sail through

    RONALD Chitiyo may have endeared himself in the Caps United fans’ hearts forever, after putting on a polished performance to guide his side to the first round of the Confederation of African (Caf) Champions League with a hard-fought win over Lesotho Champions, Lioli, in the competition’s preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports […]

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  • Mixed reactions over Nama winners

    History repeated itself as high-riding musicians, Winky D and Jah Prayzah, again scooped two awards apiece at the annual National Arts Merit Awards (Nama), held at 7 Arts in Harare on Saturday night.

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  • Visa local settlement goes live by month end

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has directed all banks to ensure that international card switches facilitate local settlements of local transactions in Zimbabwe, as the central bank seeks to improve the position of nostro accounts.

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  • Mugabe shuts door on Mnangagwa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has effectively ruled out his two deputies, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, from the succession race, declaring in excerpts of a yet-to-be-aired interview to mark his 93rd birthday, that he would rather cling onto power for now until an “acceptable successor” has been identified.

    President Robert Mugabe
  • Maphisa evictees not guaranteed compensation

    HUNDREDS of villagers in Maphisa, evicted last year to pave way for an Arda expansion project in Matabeleland South are not guaranteed compensation, Lands and Rural Resettlement deputy minister, Berita Chikwama has said.

    Lands and Rural Resettlement deputy minister Berita Chikwama
  • One dies, 3 injured in Nando’s building collapse
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    POLICE in Bulawayo yesterday said one person died and three others were injured after the roof of a fastfood outlet, Nando’s, collapsed on Saturday.

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    David Whitehead Textiles sued for $39 000 rentals

    THE judicially-managed David Whitehead Textiles Limited, has been sued by the owner of its rented premises in Bulawayo over $39 000.

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    ‘Prophet’ jailed for theft

    A SELF-PROCLAIMED prophet from Lalapanzi, Midlands province, has been slapped with a four-year jail term for stealing $3 000 from his client after misrepresenting that he would pray for the money to multiply.

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    Sipepa Nkomo, wife sued over $44 000 loans

    PARLIAMENT has filed a combined $44 361 lawsuit against former Water Resources minister Samuel Sipepa Nkomo and his wife, Roselene, over outstanding vehicle loans advanced to them during their tenure as Lobengula South and Tsholotsho North legislators, respectively.

  • Ambrose-Mutinhiri
    CBZ sues minister Mutinhiri over $216 000 debt

    LOCAL bank, CBZ, has sued Mashonaland East Provincial Affairs minister Ambrose Mutinhiri, for failing to service a $216 724 overdraft facility extended for his summer cropping programme in 2010.

  • Mtshabezi River bridge was impassable after the river burst its banks cutting off traffic
    Human Rights group hails media

    THE Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) has hailed weather experts for effectively using the media to dispatch information about Cyclone Dineo currently sweeping across the country.

  • President R.G.Muage
    Mugabe admits industry has collapsed, rallies SMEs

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe says the Zanu PF government is now banking on small to medium enterprises (SMEs) for employment creation and economic recovery, following the collapse of most industries in the past two decades.

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    Mugabe shuts door on Mnangagwa

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has effectively ruled out his two deputies, Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko, from the succession race, declaring in excerpts of a yet-to-be-aired interview to mark his 93rd birthday, that he would rather cling onto power for now until an “acceptable successor” has been identified.

  • Zamco to stop further acquisition of NPLs
    John Mangudya

    The Zimbabwe Asset Management Corporation (Zamco) is set stop further acquisitions of non-performing loans (NPLs) and focus on resolution and resuscitation, as it moves to curb moral hazard in the banking sector.

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    Visa local settlement goes live by month end

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has directed all banks to ensure that international card switches facilitate local settlements of local transactions in Zimbabwe, as the central bank seeks to improve the position of nostro accounts.

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    ZITF preps advanced, 71% exhibition space taken up

    PREPARATIONS for the 58th edition of the annual Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) are at an advanced stage, with 71% of exhibition space already taken, an official has said.

  • contract
    Understanding joint ventures, PPPs and contractual consortium

    There are various forms by which the private sector works with the public sector in the provision of public service goods and services.

  • ZimStat
    Forex shortage pushes up premium charges

    The Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat) says the shortage of foreign currency has led to high premiums being charged to access the money, which is being passed onto the consumers, pushing inflation upwards.

  • tobacco
    TIMB readies for 2017 tobacco marketing season

    Zimbabwe’s tobacco marketing season will begin next month, the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (Timb) has said, a move expected to inject foreign currency into the economy.

  • RBZ governor John Mangudya
    Banking sector profitability jumps to $181,1m

    Banking sector profitability was up by nearly half to $181,06 million in the year ended December 31 on lower loan provisions and realignment of cost structures, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said.

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    ‘Zim-Sweden trade negligible’

    TRADE between Zimbabwe and Sweden is very negligible, but has potential to grow if economic reforms to improve the business climate were implemented, Swedish ambassador to Zimbabwe Sofia Calltorp, has said.

  • Caps sail through
    Ronald-Chitiyo

    RONALD Chitiyo may have endeared himself in the Caps United fans’ hearts forever, after putting on a polished performance to guide his side to the first round of the Confederation of African (Caf) Champions League with a hard-fought win over Lesotho Champions, Lioli, in the competition’s preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports […]

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  • Lyod Mutasa
    DeMbare in Mozambique for training camp

    DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa travelled with a new look 20-member squad with a mixture of youth and experience to Mozambique for a training camp ahead of the 2017 Premier League season.

  • Swimming officials watch as swimmers dive into the pool as they took part in Mashonaland junior swimming competition held at St Johns school
    Zimbabwe finish second in swimming championships

    HOSTS, Zimbabwe finished second in the African Swimming Confederation (Cana) championships, which ended in Bulawayo yesterday.

  • Jairosi Tapera (right)
    Yadah targets Chiefs, Downs friendlies

    NEWLY-promoted Premier Soccer League side Yadah Football Club will have a pre-season training camp in South Africa where they plan to play some of that country’s football giants, as the ambitious side intensifies their preparations for the upcoming season.

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    Ngezi bank on experience

    NGEZI Platinum coach Tonderai Ndiraya believes the experience of playing continental football that some of the team’s personnel have could work in their favour when they face off with Mauritian side Pamplemousse in the Confederation of African Football (Caf) Confederations Cup preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports Stadium this afternoon.

  • Graeme Cremer
    Cremer hails debutants Burl, Ngarava

    National cricket team captain Graeme Cremer has hailed Zimbabwe’s latest finds — batsman Ryan Burl and bowler Richard Ngarava — following their debut in the first of five one-day international (ODI) matches against Afghanistan at Harare Sports Club on Thursday.

  • Tonderai Ndiraya
    Underdogs turned top dogs

    Tonderai Ndiraya and Lloyd Chitembwe could take another step towards etching their names on the list of the biggest football minds in the country when they lead their respective clubs in their continental assignments today and tomorrow.

  • Cosafa president Philip Chiyangwa
    Big Phil’s a game changer

    Philip Chiyangwa promised to change the face of football as he stepped into the Zifa office and the football limelight, but few would have envisaged him becoming the game changer in African football politics.

  • Mixed reactions over Nama winners
    NAMA-2017-Winky-D-clipped

    History repeated itself as high-riding musicians, Winky D and Jah Prayzah, again scooped two awards apiece at the annual National Arts Merit Awards (Nama), held at 7 Arts in Harare on Saturday night.

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  • Cindy Munyavi
    Cindy opens up on her passion for music, fashion

    WHEN Cindy Munyavi stepped onto the big music stage with her debut album, Kukuda (Loving You), it marked the beginning of a fruitful career that has seen her release a string of love hits, including Parere Moyo, Ndidzorere Moyo Wangu and Ndini Ndinaye.

  • Agrippa Ngwenya
    Actor, political activist Ngwenya dies

    TELEVISION actor and political activist, Agrippa Sikwata Ngwenya, has died. He was 80.

  • Chipawo performs on stage
    Chipawo adapts Spanish play into Shona

    HIGH profile children’s arts group, Chipawo is billed to celebrate Mother Language Day with the Shona adaptation of a Spanish play at Theatre in the Park on from February 24 to 25.

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    Journos dominate Nama literary awards

    OVER the last two years, the literary segment of the National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) has been dominated by writers working as professional journalists or stringers for media houses, NewsDay has established.

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    Weekend Outing

    THE country’s premier arts and culture awards night comes alive tomorrow as the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe honours artistes from diverse arts and cultural disciplines, who produced outstanding works in 2016.

  • Lawrence Simbarashe
    Bhonzo movie release in limbo

    COMEDIAN, Lawrence Simbarashe’s fans may have to wait a little longer for his “resurrection” on screen, as the distribution of the long-awaited Mapeto — a movie expected to improve the veteran actor’s waning fortunes — has hit a snag, NewsDay can reveal.

  • Afro-jazz musician Calvin Mtukudzi
    Surrey secures Calvin Mtukudzi’s signature for braai fest

    ORGANISERS of the Surrey Braai Fest, scheduled for this weekend in Marondera, have added a “jazzy” touch to the line-up made up of contemporary musician, Jah Prayzah and sungura giants, Pengaudzoke, after securing the signature of fast-rising Afro-jazz musician, Calvin Mtukudzi.

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