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  • Chamisa clinches victory

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is two nominations away from clinching an uncontested presidency at the May 24 congress when the party meets to elect a new leadership, including a substantive […]

  • Mbeu charms South Africa

    Afro-jazz musician Ashton “Mbeu” Nyahore has established himself as the new face of Tuku Muzik in South Africa if his frequent invites to perform across the border are anything to […]

  • CAPS dehorn Rhinos

    Abrilliant Joel Ngodzo pass from deep into midfield to assist Gabriel Nyoni break the deadlock on the stroke of halftime, set CAPS United on course for a calculated victory over […]

  • Three months on: A look into Zim’s tanking economy

    The country’s largest gold producer is on the brink of collapse because of government’s warped foreign currency retention policy; the cost of bread has gone up, more than three times […]

  • More misery for DeMbare

    BY FORTUNE MBELE in bulawayo CHICKEN INN… (2) 2 DYNAMOS…………. 0 Two first-half goals by Chicken Inn ensured the Gamecocks continued their dominance over Dynamos in an exciting Castle Lager […]

International

UN ups Zim aid appeal after cyclone

HARARE —The United Nations asked donors on Friday for an extra $60 million to help Zimbabwe recover from a cyclone that tore through eastern regions last month.

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Business

‘Collateral registry to be operational by December’

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is set to operationalise the collateral registry system by year end as authorities move to make movable property securitisable, an official has said.

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Politics

Opposition will not observe ballot paper printing: Mangwana

Zanu PF legal affairs secretary and party representative in the political party dialogue, Paul Mangwana (PM), has justified the presence of ex-military generals in the ruling party politburo.

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  • Distressing tales of poverty, neglect as starvation stalks Muzarabani

    Frail old Gogo Chiranganei Chimusoro of Chimusoro village in Hoya ward in Muzarabani, Mashonaland Central province, appears to be in agony as she opens the door of her small hut […]

  • Bloody, violent Easter for Beitbridge

    BEITBRIDGE recorded one of the bloodiest Good Friday holidays this year with one person killed and up to 16 seriously injured with stab wounds in widespread violent crimes in the […]

  • Gukurahundi: Victims demand ED apology

    VICTIMS of the 1980s Matabeleland and Midlands massacres, known as Gukurahundi, have challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa to openly apologise for the killing of over 20 000 innocent civilians, saying half-hearted […]

  • SAfAids launches SRH mobile app

    Southern Africa HIV and Aids Information Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS) has launched a new mobile application aimed at empowering adolescents and youths to engage in social accountability monitoring of Sexual Reproductive […]

  • Hurungwe hailstorm kills one, displaces families

    A hailstorm ravaged parts of Hurungwe onthe eve of Independence Day killing one farmer after a tobacco barn collapsed on him.

  • Consumers feel the pinch as RTGS$ plunges

    Zimbabwe is nearing the much dreaded economic horrors of 2008 punctuated by hyperinflation, widespread shortages of foreign currency and fuel coupled with a spike in prices of everything, including staple […]

  • Three months on: A look into Zim’s tanking economy

    The country’s largest gold producer is on the brink of collapse because of government’s warped foreign currency retention policy; the cost of bread has gone up, more than three times […]

  • ‘Collateral registry to be operational by December’

    THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is set to operationalise the collateral registry system by year end as authorities move to make movable property securitisable, an official has said.



Recent Posts

  • Chamisa clinches victory

    MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is two nominations away from clinching an uncontested presidency at the May 24 congress when the party meets to elect a new leadership, including a substantive […]

  • It’s old skool versus new skool in Mutare

    MUTARE will next Saturday rock to a potentially-explosive clash of old skool and the latest music featuring former radio disc jockeys Kudzi “Mr Cool” Marudza and Witness “Chuman” Matema.

  • Marova: Heartbreakingly brilliant

    I went to Back to Jazzics at Chez Zandi next to Alliance Française last Sunday and who did I bump into? It was none other than ex-Frontline Kids member Filbert […]


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