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  • Dynamos, Highlanders in tricky fixtures

    Giants Dynamos and Highlanders face what on paper appear to be easy league assignments this afternoon when they host Flame Lily and Chapungu respectively.

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  • Dzamara’s friends lose confidence in police

    As the whereabouts of abducted journalist cum-human rights activist, Itai Dzamara remain a mystery, confidence is slowly fading on the willingness of the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) to comply with […]

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  • Magaya to Zifa’s rescue

    Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Prophet Walter Magaya on Friday pledged to assist the beleaguered Zifa in servicing the $67 000 debt owed to former Warriors coach, Brazilian-born […]

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  • ‘Divine’ boost for Mighty Warriors

    Zimbabwe women soccer team, the Mighty Warriors, will go into today’s All Africa Games qualifier second leg encounter against Ghana with their tails up after receiving a timely $28 000 […]

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  • People First apologises for aiding Mugabe

    Sorry for helping President Robert Mugabe misrule Zimbabwe.

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International

Obama says it is now ‘hard to find a path’ on Israeli-Palestinian peace

(Reuters) – In a fresh rebuke to Benjamin Netanyahu, President Barack Obama said the Israeli leader’s pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it “hard to […]

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Business

TelOne rolls out Metro Wifi

STATE-owned Telecommunications company, TelOne has rebranded and introduced Metro Wifi Service and Fibre to the Home (FTTH) services.

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Politics

MDC-T divided over boycott decision

The decision by the MDC-T not to participate in the by-elections is a manifestation of renewed factional fights within the bickering opposition which could affect the party’s unity in the […]

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    Zanu PF hawks eye Hurungwe West, Headlands

    The Headlands and Hurungwe West constituencies by-elections set for June 10 this year have generated a lot of interest within Zanu-PF where a host of hopefuls are angling for the […]

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    Mutamba’s book exposes Mtukudzi

    FORMER Oliver Mtukudzi’s publicist Shepherd Mutamba says he was not motivated by malice when he penned an explosive book, Tuku’s Backstage which was launched in Harare yesterday.

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    ‘Pray for President Mugabe’

    Prophet Walter Magaya has appealed to Zimbabweans and other people from all over the world to pray for President Robert Mugabe.

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    Council beerhalls in sorry state of decay

    For many urban beer drinkers, the spacious beer halls and beer gardens dotted around all cities and towns in the country were the places to be after a day’s work.

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    Zanu PF grabs Mt Darwin, Chirumanzu

    Zanu PF candidates in the Chirumanzu-Zibagwe and Mt Darwin West by-elections have, as expected, romped to victory by huge margins.

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    Legislators push for Minerals Exploration Bill

    Legislators seek to press the Executive to bring before Parliament a Minerals Exploration Bill which will promote resource evaluation.

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    TelOne rolls out Metro Wifi

    STATE-owned Telecommunications company, TelOne has rebranded and introduced Metro Wifi Service and Fibre to the Home (FTTH) services.

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    Mangudya hails bond coins

    At least $4 million in bond coins have been distributed in the economy, accounting for a penetration rate of 75%, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has said.

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    Multi-currency revives housing projects

    The introduction of the multi-currency regime in the country revived the construction industry in Zimbabwe resulting in a boom in housing developments, especially in Harare where statistics show that over […]

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    ART shareholders make mandatory offer to buy out minorities

    THREE shareholders of Amalgamated Regional Trading (ART) have made a mandatory offer to buy out minorities for the company to comply with the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) regulations.

Recent Posts

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    Zesa spoils Uhuru Cup final

    There was drama at the National Sports Stadium yesterday when the Independence Cup final was called-off following a power outage with 24 minutes remaining as Dynamos led FC Platinum 1-0.

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    The Dilemma: Japanese Used Cars Import

    Zimbabwe used to spend over $1 billion a year importing used cars from Asia. Now it is importing significantly less since the government hiked up excise duty by 20% from […]

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    Why is Magaya targeting women?

    Women from all walks of life thronged The Blue Shade — PHD Ministries’ headquarters in Waterfalls, Harare on Friday night.

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