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BY HENRY MHARA WARRIORS star Tino Kadewere received what is probably the biggest compliment in his footballing career so far after he got backing of France and Real ...

By Moses Mugugunyeki A CHINESE mining company, Afrochine Smelting has been embroiled in a COVID-19 testing scandal after it allegedly assigned unqualified personnel to carry out tests for ...

BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA/RICHARD MUPONDE/MIRRIAM MANGWAYA GOVERNMENT yesterday revealed that it was failing to import enough vaccines for citizens, and would prioritise Cabinet ministers and senior government officials, Members ...

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO UNITED KINGDOM-BASED Zimbabwean gospel singer Lewis Ngara says being nominated for the Zimbabwe Community News Awards in the Outstanding Male Gospel Singer (United Kingdom) category ...

BY FIDELITY MHLANGA ZIMBABWE’S funeral assurance sector has allayed fears of possible collapse as the COVID-19 scourge intensifies and affects capacity to meet policyholder claims. Taka Svosve, the ...

BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA PAN-African natural resources company, Metallon Corporation has been accused by artisanal miners of shortchanging them through its subsidiary King’s Daughter Mining Company Limited, which owns ...

BY HENRY MHARA WARRIORS star midfielder Marvelous Nakamba may have earned himself some more time at Aston Villa after producing a faultless performance in his team’s 2-0 win ...

BY SHARON SIBINDI  SOUTH AFRICA-BASED Zimbabwean rapper and producer Titus “Mc Tytoh” Marume through his song titled Mbuya Nehanda has warned youths that they will likely inherit ruins ...

BY MOSES MATENGA/MOSES MUGUGUNYEKI DOCTORS yesterday reacted with alarm and anger over allegations by Information secretary Ndavaningi Mangwana that some medical practitioners were deliberately killing Zanu PF politicians ...

BY MOSES MATENGA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa this week ordered Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga to take a rest after the former army general appeared overwhelmed due to overworking and losing ...

BY EVERSON MUSHAVA/ JAIROS SAUNYAMA TRANSPORT minister Joel Biggie Matiza succumbed to COVID-19 yesterday evening, becoming the second minister to die in a week following the passing on ...

BY FREEMAN MAKOPA TODAY marks the second anniversary of one of Africa’s most renowned artistes, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi. The internationally acclaimed Tuku, succumbed to diabetes at the age ...

BY MIRIAM MANGWAYA CONVICTED Chillspot Records duo of Arnold “Fantan” Kamudyariwa and DJ Levels (real name Tafadzwa Kadzimwe) along with show promoter Simbarashe “Dhama” Chanachimwe were yesterday granted ...

BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA DELTA Corporation Limited (DCL) says improved local foreign currency sales helped the firm to deal with part of its legacy debt in line with arrangements ...

BY DANIEL NHAKANISO ZIMBABWE Cricket team fast bowler Blessing Muzarabani’s match-winning performance in the Chevrons’ famous win against Pakistan in November last year has been rated the 2020 ...

BY MOSES MATENGA PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says he is in “low spirits” as he buried two national heroes while mourning key ally, Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo, all ...

BY HENRY MHARA ZIMBABWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1) 1 BURKINA FASO . . . . . ...

BY TAURAI MANGUDHLA RESOURCES outfit, Caledonia Mining Corporation said on Tuesday achieving its targeted production of 80 000 ounces (oz) of gold next year might not be guaranteed ...

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO RISING gospel singer and songwriter Everton Mlalazi has engaged the services of South Africa’s songbird and former Joyous Celebration member Xolly Mncwango in an effort ...

BY MOSES MATENGA FOREIGN Affairs and International Trade minister Sibusiso “SB” Moyo  succumbed to COVID-19 yesterday morning while several ministers are reportedly ill, confirming that the virus has ...

by KEVIN MAPASURE WARRIORS coach Zdravko Logarusic has hinted at a defensive approach to their African Nations Championships (Chan) finals Group A clash against Burkina Faso despite the ...

BY RICHARD MUPONDE / HARRIET CHIKANDIWA ZIMBABWE recorded an unprecedented record high 60 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours on Monday, a situation that has forced health experts to ...

BY KUDAZI KUWAZA ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange (ZSE)-listed tube and pipe producer, Turnall Holdings Limited yesterday laid the ground for the National Social Security Authority (Nssa)’s planned exit, telling ...

BY ADMIRE JAMU-MLAMBO LEGENDARY singer Jonah Moyo  has been appointed instrument instructor in the Performing and Visual Arts department at the Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) in Masvingo. Moyo, ...

BY MOSES MATENGA MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa  yesterday warned President Emmerson Mnangagwa against “stoking political fires” through arbitrary arrests of his opponents and silencing of divergent voices. ...

BY HENRY MHARA INJURIES and illness have hit the Warriors camp ahead of tomorrow’s must-win game against Burkina Faso in the ongoing African Nations Championships (Chan) tournament, with ...

BY SHAME MAKOSHORI GOVERNMENT has unveiled a programme to design and build several bridges across the country, with independent designers set to clinch crucial deals. Transactions under the ...

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO CELEBRATED gospel musician Minister Michael Mahendere (pictured) continues to be rewarded for his prowess in the competitive music industry after he recently scooped the International ...

BY RICHARD MUPONDE PEOPLE that built houses and businesses on wetlands must expect demolitions after the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) ordered them to vacate the land before it ...

BY WINSTONE ANTONIO IN an effort to support emerging artists across the country, local independent contemporary artist-led gallery and educational space, First Floor Gallery Harare (FFGH), recently opened ...