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By Business Reporter THE Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has revealed in its second quarter report that the country’s telecommunication industry is under threat from ...
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By Mthandanzo Nyoni GWANDA-BASED mining concern Blanket intends to invest about US$11,2 million between August and December this year in plant maintenance, central shaft implementation as well as ...
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Opinion & Editorials
editorial comment AS schools reopen for examination classes on Tuesday next week, almost six months after the COVID-19-induced closure, anxiety has gripped parents, pupils and teachers among several ...
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Sport
BY FORTUNE MBELE REAL BETIS Academy Zimbabwe, launched last month, is moving with speed and has opened its doors with a recruitment exercise for players under the age ...
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News
BY Brenna Matendere A RECORD nine teachers’ unions have endorsed the decision go on strike to press for better wages starting next week when schools reopen for examination ...
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News
BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Police in Mashonaland East province have arrested a five-member machete gang linked to a spate of robberies in Wedza North constituency. Do you have a ...
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News
BY SILAS NKALA WAR veterans and labour activists have urged government to channel part of the US$3,5 billion meant to compensate white former commercial farmers towards ex-farm workers ...
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BY TERRY MADYAUTA WARRIORS coach Zdravko Logarusic is worried about the possibility of going into the next round of Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers inadequately prepared with Zifa ...
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News
BY Brenna Matendere The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has begun mobilising for a national general strike of both public and private sector workers. Do you have ...
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News
BY VENERANDA LANGA TRANSPARENCY International Zimbabwe (TI-Z) has called on government to expedite the implementation of devolution and promote decentralisation in order to strengthen transparency and accountability among ...
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News
By NQOBANI NDLOVU BULAWAYO residents have hailed the move by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) to investigate reports of alleged land scams involving city fathers, saying this would ...
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News
BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE THE State yesterday filed for MDC Alliance legislator Joanah Mamombe to be detained at a government mental institution for an independent assessment by government doctors ...
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National News Slider
BY MOSES MATENGA ZANU PF yesterday reacted angrily to South Africa’s persistent calls for the party to come clean on the crisis in Zimbabwe and receive assistance in ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
guest column :Kevin Tutani THE coronavirus pandemic has had a marked impact on the social, health and economic aspects of human life globally. People have been forced to ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
guest column:Theo Neethling RECENT media reports claim that a covert Kenyan paramilitary team is responsible for the unconstitutional killing of terror suspects in nighttime raids. The reports are ...
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Arts & Culture
BY TAFADZWA KACHIKO VERSATILE artiste Faith “Faith Candy” Naphazi (pictured) has released a music video for the single, Shanda, which encourages people to work hard to realise their ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Good day Mr President:Paul Kaseke I TRUST that my letter finds you well. I must admit that I am a bit hurt that you could not respond to ...
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BY FREEMAN MAKOPA A ZIMBABWEAN music executive based in South Africa, Munya Chanetsa (pictured), who is also the repertoire manager for Africa at Sony/ATV Music Publishing, has come ...
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News
BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Opposition MDC Alliance candidate for Marondera mayoral elections, Bornface Tagwireyi, was yesterday defeated by MDC-T candidate Simbarashe Nyahuye in a tight contest held at council ...
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High Court judge, Justice Erica Ndewere has just released MDC Alliance legislator for Zengeza Job Sikhala on $50 000 bail. Sikhala was ordered to surrender his passport, to ...
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BY SIMBARASHE SITHOLE KADOMA-BASED Jindarume Fidza Matsveru of Orchestra Gwindingwi band has released a four-track DVD. Matsveru rose to fame in 2004 after he won a prize at ...
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BY FIDELITY MHLANGA LISTED mining group, RioZim posted a loss of $77,4 million during the half year period ended June 2020 from a profit of $38,2 million prior ...
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BY MTHANDAZO NYONI ZIMBABWE’S milk production declined by 3% to 37,88 million litres in the first half of this year, a latest report by the Livestock and Meat ...
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News
BY BLESSED MHLANGA GOVERNMENT rolled out an ill-conceived indigenisation policy for political expediency during the late former President Robert Mugabe’s era, Zanu PF acting spokesperson Patrick Chinamasa has ...
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News
By Miriam Mangwaya THE International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has set aside tomorrow, September 23, for global mass protests in solidarity with the poorly-paid Zimbabwean workers. In a ...
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News Slider
BY MOSES MATENGA GOVERNMENT salary talks broke down last week, with teachers saying they will boycott classes when schools reopen for examination classes next week as a result. ...
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News
BY CHARLES LAITON Property developer and businessman, Philip Chiyangwa (pictured), has approached the High Court seeking an order to compel Local Government minister July Moyo to issue him ...
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BY SHARON SIBINDI JAMAICAN artiste Tall Rich (pictured) has revealed his intention to collaborate with Zimbabwean artistes such as Winky D, Jah Prayzah and Soul Jah Love after ...
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BY WINSTONE ANTONIO UNITED KINGDOM-BASED Zimbabwean gospel songbird Olinda Marowa (pictured) has said losing her mother when she was only 22 was one of the worst things that ...
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Sport
BY TERRY MADYAUTA ZIMBABWE’s representatives in the Caf Champions League, FC Platinum are hoping that the continental body will send a stadium inspection team in time for the ...
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