• Video: Menstruation- Rural girls’ struggle for sanitary wear

    In this video girls, young and older women speak on the challenges aced by most rural girls during their menstrual cycles

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  • Mugabe skirts bond notes, bonuses

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday skirted tackling the contentious bond notes, civil servants’ bonuses and the current economic and political crisis when he presented a largely disappointing 2016 State of the Nation Address (Sona) in Parliament. (more…)

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  • Govt deploys riot police during Sona

    Tension gripped Harare yesterday following heavy deployment of riot police officers ostensibly to deal with any dissenting voice during President Robert Mugabe’s presentation of State of the Nation Address (Sona). (more…)

    Riot police stand guard at the MDC-T and ZimPF joint demonstration against President Robert Mugabe’s misrule  in Gweru on Saturday
  • Mujuru welcome to rejoin Zanu PF: Kasukuwere

    Zanu PF says it is ready to welcome back former Vice-President Joice Mujuru and her allies, who were purged in 2014 on allegations of plotting to topple President Robert Mugabe from power. (more…)

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  • Live updates: State of the Nation Address 2016

    NewsDay gives you live updates of President Robert Mugabe’s State of the Nation address (SONA).The last State of the Nation Address made by the President was in 2015.

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  • Video: Menstruation- Rural girls’ struggle for sanitary wear
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    In this video girls, young and older women speak on the challenges aced by most rural girls during their menstrual cycles

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    Dam levels remain low despite rains

    RECENT rains have not raised water levels, with only a few dams recording slight increases, according to the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa). BY STAFF REPORTER The national dam level average currently stands at 37,7%, when it is expected to be over 60% . “Despite the rains, no inflows have been recorded in most of […]

  • Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson, Justice Rita Makarau
    Special voting was a nightmare: Zec

    ZIMBABWE Electoral Commission (Zec) chairperson, Justice Rita Makarau has described the 2013 special voting experience as a nightmare, which her team will not be willing to live through again. (more…)

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    High Court orders Made to reinstate fired accountant

    BULAWAYO High Court judge, Justice Martin Makonese, has ordered Agriculture minister Joseph Made to unconditionally reinstate an accountant fired by his ministry in 2014. (more…)

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    Kereke ‘a liar’ — private prosecutor

    THE private prosecutor in the matter involving imprisoned former Zanu PF Bikita West MP Munyaradzi Kereke , Charles Warara, yesterday accused the businessman of misrepresenting facts and lying in his effort to be released on bail pending appeal against his 10-year effective jail term for rape. (more…)

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    Zim producing half-baked graduates: Zinasu

    The Zimbabwe National Students’ Union (Zinasu) has called on the government to absorb more students on industrial attachment, as the country is currently producing half-baked graduates due to lack of opportunities for learners to gain practical experience. (more…)

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    Mugabe skirts bond notes, bonuses

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday skirted tackling the contentious bond notes, civil servants’ bonuses and the current economic and political crisis when he presented a largely disappointing 2016 State of the Nation Address (Sona) in Parliament. (more…)

  • Riot police stand guard at the MDC-T and ZimPF joint demonstration against President Robert Mugabe’s misrule  in Gweru on Saturday
    Govt deploys riot police during Sona

    Tension gripped Harare yesterday following heavy deployment of riot police officers ostensibly to deal with any dissenting voice during President Robert Mugabe’s presentation of State of the Nation Address (Sona). (more…)

  • More has been said, less has been done!
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    A LACK of strong and sound leadership has made it difficult for many organisations to develop effective structures that fight corruption.

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  • The cost of living as measured by the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe's low income urban earner monthly basket for a family of six decreased fom the March 2013 figure of US$573.22 to US571.51 by the end of April 2013, showing a 0.3% decreased.
    Cost of living slightly down: ZimStat

    ONE person requires $95,06 per month for food and non-food items to escape being deemed poor, which is down from $95,42, a new report has shown, despite the cost of living still being significantly high. (more…)

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    Mining costs down on cost-cutting measures

    MINERAL production costs declined in 2016 due to cost-cutting measures that were implemented by the mining sector. (more…)

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    Credit to private sector down 8,4%

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says year-on-year credit to the private sector declined by 8,4% to $3,52 billion, as banks practised “cautionary lending” to curb the high default rates that had afflicted the sector. (more…)

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    Why some farmers, traders succeed by listening to own advice

    An increase in advice from diverse sources is becoming counter-productive for smallholder farmers in many developing countries. (more…)

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    Baker’s Inn ‘Buy and Win’ promotion spurs sales 15%

    INNSCOR Africa’s bakery unit, Baker’s Inn, says sales grew up by 15% after the launch of its sales promotion, which ended last month.

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    Zim industries to pay upfront for imported power

    Zimbabwe’s State electricity distribution company has asked industrial customers to pay in advance in foreign currency for power imported from South Africa and Mozambique, as generation from the Kariba South hydropower plant slumps and because of a dollar shortage in the country.

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    Standard Bank lands banking top gongs

    Banking group Standard Bank has been awarded the Best Bank for South African rand and top gong for African currencies excluding the rand in FX Week’s 2016 survey of the global foreign exchange industry.

  • Chunga happy with Harare City contribution
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    OUTGOING Harare City coach, Moses Chunga is satisfied with his contribution to the club, as he leaves the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League side at the end of his contract, which expires on December 31. (more…)

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    PSL comes hard on age cheating

    BULAWAYO City players, Dean Sibanda, Lewis Ncube and Bothwell Nyathi have been banned from participating in any Premier Soccer League (PSL) activities for a year after they were found guilty of falsifying their ages. (more…)

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    Young Warriors bank on top-flight experience

    YOUNG Warriors coach, Mandla Mpofu hopes the huge amount of top-flight football experience in his squad will spur Zimbabwe to glory in the PPC Cosafa Under-20 Championships that get underway in South Africa today. (more…)

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    Khama’s big moment

    WARRIORS attacker, Khama Billiat (pictured) is looking to use the big stage of the Fifa Club World Cup to knock on the doors of Europe’s big leagues. (more…)

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    Confusion over HPC role reigns

    THE role of the high performance committee (HPC) has come under scrutiny once again, amid revelations that some of the members, most of whom are coaches, suggested in their last meeting that they should help Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa with squad selection ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations finals that will be staged in […]

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    Poor DeMbare robbed

    DYNAMOS midfielder, Brett Amidu (pictured) is on the brink of a switch to FC Platinum ahead of next season, with reports suggesting he could seal a deal as early as this week.

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    Prince Dube to lead Zim Under-20 for Cosafa

    ROOKIE Player of the Year, Prince Dube will lead the Zimbabwe Under-20 football team for the PPC-sponsored Cosafa Championships in South Africa.

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    Legends bring Gokwe to standstill

    YESTERYEAR football stars, among them Warriors coach, Kalisto Pasuwa (pictured), invaded Gokwe at the weekend where they played a match against a local select team.

  • Cynthia Mare finally drops Ngoro
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    THE long-awaited Ngoro video by songstress Cynthia Mare, featuring choreographer John Cole, was finally released yesterday, with the former expressing hope that it would shake the market. (more…)

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    Wenera nearly pulled off air over debt

    PRODUCERS of Zimbabwe’s popular high-definition soap opera, Wenera, almost pulled off air the blockbuster that has been showing on ZBC TV every Monday and Tuesday yesterday due to debts they are owed by the station before a last-minute deal was struck between the two parties to keep it showing. (more…)

  • The group is well-known for their hit songs Umalombolombo, Uzongena Lapha and Ayeza Amathendele, a praise song for Bulawayo’s football team, Highlanders Football club.
    Mbizo celebrates silver jubilee in style

    ONE of Bulawayo’s long standing and globe-trotting imbube ensembles, Mbizo Performing Arts, celebrate their silver jubilee this year following their establishment in November 1991. (more…)

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    Almasi to stage Ata Aidoo’s Anowa

    ALMASI Collaborative Arts is set to present a staged reading of the 1970 play, Anowa, by Ghanaian playwright, Ama Ata Aidoo, on December 17 at the Zimbabwe-German Society.

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    Local designer shines at SA Fashion Week

    HIGH-RIDING fashion designer, Mutsvati proved herself a top act in the world of fashion when she made her debut at the Pretoria Fashion Week, which was held in Karen Park, South Africa, at the weekend.

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    Macheso to lead Surrey Braai Area launch

    SUNGURA ace, Alick Macheso will next Sunday lead a mini-braai festival to be held at a leading meat outlet, Surrey, situated at the 55km peg along Harare-Marondera highway.

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    Drama at Sulu’s wedding

    THERE was drama at dendera exponent Sulumani Chimbetu’s highly-publicised wedding on Saturday, when the musician’s former wife, Marigold Mutemasango, tried to block his wedding to Linda Samuriwo at Zimbali Gardens in Greendale.

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    FAO Zim awards high school artists

    THREE high school pupils have been awarded Samsung tablets by the Food and Agriculture Organisation Zimbabwe (FAOZW) for painting posters that illustrated their ideas on the effects of climate change.

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