• Live updates: Zimbabwe National Budget 2016

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present his third budget, where he has little fiscal space due to the depressed economy.

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    ‘National Budget old wine in new bottle’

    Zimbabweans from various walks of life have said they do not expect any joy from the 2016 National Budget set to be presented by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa in Parliament today amid gloom and doom over the poor performance of the economy.

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    Dinha’s matter referred to ConCourt

    Mashonaland Central Minister of State Martin Dinha’s criminal matter, in which he is accused of soliciting for a $60 000 bribe from a white Centenary farmer, was yesterday referred to the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) for determination and removal from the High Court’s roll.

    Mujuru gets PF ball rolling

    FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru has reportedly approved a proposed People First (PF) project constitution, setting in motion plans to launch the party, which has been on the cards for several months now.

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    Mugabe demands ‘business unusual’

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has demanded a “business unusual” approach to doing business from his lieutenants in order to deliver social services to the people.

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    Mugabe urged to sign PAP Protocol

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has been urged to sign the revised Pan African Parliament (PAP) Protocol, which will give the Pan African Parliament legislative powers.

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    E-life phenomenon transforms lives in rural areas

    “I USED to wait for my son who worked at Olivine Industries in Harare to bring me newspapers. I remember him leaving a heap of the papers and I would read them for over a month. Yes, the news articles were stale, but during those days, that was the deal.

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    Women empowerment vital in tackling GBV: Laing

    Political, social and economic empowerment of women in Zimbabwe is vital in tackling gender-based violence, British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing has said.

  • Chinamasa presents 2016 budget today

    FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa will today present his third budget, where he has little fiscal space due to the depressed economy.

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    Inflation to rise marginally

    YEAR-on-year inflation for December 2015 is projected to be -1,87%, deviating from its downward trend, with moderate increases expected, according to an economic barometer relaunched yesterday.

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    Cash flow constraints hamper retail sector

    THE retail sector contribution to the fiscus remains minimal due to cash flow constraints, Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) president, Denford Mutashu, has said.

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    MBCA navigating stormy economic waters

    At a time when business in Zimbabwe is at its lowest, some institutions are carving a niche and actually growing in these adverse conditions. Financial services institution the MBCA Bank, will this month open two more branches as it continues to consolidate its position on the market

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    Online channels contribute 3% of RTG e-commerce revenue

    Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) says its online channels will contribute 3% to total e-commerce revenue and the target is close to $1 million.

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    Innscor to add 4 outlets in Zim by year-end

    INNSCOR’S fast foods division, Simbisa Brands, will open four more shops before year-end, bringing the number of its outlets to 200, as it continues to expand throughout in the country.

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    ‘Realign investment laws’

    THE government should put in place policies that improve the ease of doing business in the country, as well as restore confidence for both local and foreign investors, stakeholders said in their submissions to the 2016 National Budget.

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    Multi-dimensional traits for entrepreneurship, leadership

    IN today’s global economy, punctuated by fierce competition and rapid changes, the demands on leadership and entrepreneurship are as diverse as they are universal. This, by no means, makes the subject exclusive.

  • Daily updates: Zifa presidential race

    NewsDay’s daily updates, in video, audio, text and images, of the events around the Zifa presidential elections

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    Zim junior golfers primed for Junior Orange Bowl

    ZIMBABWE’S top-ranked junior golfers, Kieran Vincent and David Amm will have an opportunity to test their mettle against some of the world’s best junior players in the annual Junior Orange Bowl International Golf Championship in the United States from December 27 to 30.

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    I have unfinished business at Zifa: Sibanda

    FORMER Zifa vice-president, Omega Sibanda believes he still has unfinished business to take care of at the national association, claiming he was alienated in his previous tenure.

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    Financial boost for ZC

    ZIMBABWE Cricket (ZC) is set to receive $10 million from the International Cricket Council (ICC) over a period of eight years as part of the Test Cricket Fund announced during last year’s takeover of cricket’s governing body by India, Australia and England.

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    Zifa plan Warriors camp

    WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa met with the Zifa management yesterday to discuss preparations for the African Nations Championship (Chan) tournament to be held in Rwanda next January.

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    Gwindi presents poll manifesto

    Zifa presidential aspirant Leslie Gwindi yesterday officially launched his election campaign by unveiling a manifesto whose underlying theme is “do the right thing.”

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    DeMbare draw Bosso

    DETHRONED league champions Dynamos meet old foes Highlanders in pick of the fixtures following the Easycall Cup semi-final draw conducted in Harare yesterday.

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    Zim needs modern facilities: Makusha

    UNITED STATES-BASED Zimbabwean long jumper and sprinter, Ngonidzashe Makusha says there is need for the country to invest in modern training facilities to boost local athletes’ chances of qualifying for major sporting events like the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Athletics Championships and the Olympic Games.

  • Mr Ugly goes global

    Mr Ugly Zimbabwe organiser, David Machowa – popularly known on the showbiz scene as Apama – has set his sights on Africa and the world, amid indications plans are underway to establish Mr Ugly Africa and Mr Ugly World, NewsDay has learnt.

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    Zimpraise to tour South Africa

    HIGH-FLYING local gospel outfit, Zimpraise, is set to embark on their maiden tour of South Africa today, with two praise concerts and a music seminar expected to be attended by aspiring artistes as well as praise and worship leaders in that country.

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    ‘Give female artistes enabling environment’

    CULTURE Fund board chairperson, Susan Mutangadura on Tuesday said there was need to support female artistes and promote their rights to enable them to explore their talent.

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    Hip Hop sensation Amard aims higher

    HAILING from the city of Gweru, Amard – born Nonkululeko Dube – is aiming to establish a profile bigger than the boundaries of her home town, as she works on making herself a serious player in the competitive Zim hip hop market.

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    Bulawayo to host Changamire Hip-Hop Awards

    BULAWAYO will this Saturday night host the monthly Changamire hip-hop festival and the ZimHip-Hop Awards activation party at Club Kulca: BAC.

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    Taps outshines Joe Thomas on YouTube

    CBZ A Academy finalist and Los Angeles-based Zimbabwean musician, Tapiwa ‘Taps’ Mugadza, scaled new heights, receiving recognition from the United States Billboard for his rendition of Adele’s, Hello.

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    Zima to honour Bob Marley

    THE family of reggae icon, Robert Nesta Marley – popularly known as Bob Marley – have expressed interest in attending next year’s edition of the Zimbabwe Music Awards (Zima), where they will receive the late revolutionary singer’s honorary award.

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    Charlie Sheen confirms he is HIV positive

    Hollywood star Charlie Sheen has confirmed he is living with HIV in a US television interview.

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