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‘Craft policies to curb smuggling, corruption’
THE Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) yesterday called on government to craft (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Economic turmoil: We said it before, now it’s here
IT happened so fast; so fast that no one can honestly claim they saw it coming. Economic (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Msika declared national heroine
The widow of national hero Vice President Joseph Msika, Maria, who died on Friday last week, (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
‘Freedom, privacy and security key to internet development’ – MISA Zimbabwe
Internet stakeholders in Zimbabwe met in Harare on 21 September 2017 during MISA Zimbabwe’s second Internet Governance Multi-Stakeholder (...)
The Zimbabwean 25/09/2017

6 musicians for Ngamla Summer Fest
Festival Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Six Zimdancehall musicians have been selected to take part at this year’s edition of Ngamla Summer (...)
The Herald 26/09/2017

Shoppers resist price increases • Govt warns media for peddling falsehoods • Supermarkets well stocked, trading (...)
Source: Shoppers resist price increases • Govt warns media for peddling falsehoods • Supermarkets well stocked, trading normally | Herald (Top (...)
Zimbabwe Situation 26/09/2017

Herentals on the brink of glory
NORTHERN Region Division One side Herentals have said that the pain of missing out on promotion to the top-flight football league last season had (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017

Mugabe faces electoral rebuke over economy
HARARE - Right about now, Eddie Musonza, a 30-year-old streetwise Harare hustler would normally be oblivious to the politics and would be busy (...)
DailyNews 25/09/2017

Mai Gahadzikwa uses sungura as bait to popularise gospel message
POPULAR gospel artist Margaret Gahadzikwa has successfully blended various popular traditional styles of dance music in Zimbabwe as bait to lure (...)
The Standard 25/09/2017

Msika declared national heroine
Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau The widow of national hero Vice President Joseph Msika, Maria, who died on Friday last week, has been (...)
The Chronicle 26/09/2017

Suspended Bhebhe openly resists Tsvangirai
MDC-T's suspended national organising secretary Abednico Bhebhe continues to convene district meetings throughout the Matabeleland region. In (...)
My Zimbabwe News 26/09/2017

Police are hunting a woman who won’t stop using a family’s garden as a toilet
Her children were the first to catch the runner mid-poop, with her pants around her ankles, Cathy Budde said. Immediately, they ran to get their (...)
Zimbabwe News 25/09/2017

C-Mine ex-workers call for government intervention over unpaid wages
Some of the equipment at C-Mine Davison Marenga MBERENGWA - Troubled C-Mine ex-employees in Mberengwa have called upon the government to (...)
TellZim 25/09/2017

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette scores brace
Tony Pulis slammed Alexis Sanchez for ‘cheating’ during Arsenal’s eventful victory over West Brom at the Emirates. An Alexandre Lacazette brace (...)
The Zimbabwe Mail 26/09/2017

New single, video to raise Esther’s music profile
Upcoming gospel artiste, Esther Mukazika Matanga has bounced back to the music scene with the release of a single titled, Namatai second edition, (...)
Zimbabwe Daily 25/09/2017

Ministers sue Mutodi over VP ‘poisoning’
Facebook statements accusing two Cabinet ministers of poisoning Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa have backfired for businessman Mr Energy Mutodi (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017

Zimswitch Goes Down For 3 Hours Today. Business Comes To A Standstill
By Rufaro Madamombe Many people report that Zimswitch went down for around 3 hours in the afternoon of today. Due to the outage, several (...)
Financial Gazette 25/09/2017

Zimswitch Goes Down For 3 Hours Today. Business Comes To A Standstill
Many people report that Zimswitch went down for around 3 hours in the afternoon of today. Due to the outage, several businesses were not able to (...)
Techzim 25/09/2017

Councils stripped of borrowing powers
Councils stripped of borrowing powers
GOVERNMENT has suspended granting councils borrowing powers to save them from the humiliation of having their properties attached when they fail (...)
Bulawayo24 26/09/2017

16-yr-old in death fight for woman
Two Bulilima men and a 16-year-old juvenile have been arrested for allegedly fatally assaulting their neighbour in a dispute over a woman. The (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
DStv slashes monthly subscriptions
MultiChoice Zimbabwe yesterday announced a major decrease of DStv subscription prices and launched a new, affordable, entry level package unique (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
Kitchen safety rules
Never leave children alone in the kitchen. Children should be supervised at all times while in the kitchen. Kitchen safety rules : NewsDay (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Zim take on Netherlands in 3 ODIs
ZIMBABWE will go full throttle when they take on touring Netherlands in three-match one-day international (ODI) series that will be played at (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Hove explores pain of colonial displacement
The novel Ancestors, by Chenjerai Hove, stands out as a successful portrayal of the Zimbabwean story of beginnings and endings, expectations and (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
ZTA boss Kaseke mourns Beitbridge hotels closure
ZIMBABWE Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive, Karikoga Kaseke has decried the closure of the Rainbow and Express hotels in Beitbridge, saying (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Mighty Warriors want more games
Mighty Warriors coach Sithethelelwe Sibanda believes exposing Zimbabwe players to international competition will help them develop into good (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
Tune of Harmony ready for Chibuku finals
AFRO-FUSION ensemble, Tune of Harmony, on Saturday fine-tuned their preparations for Chibuku Road to Fame finals slated for Harare next weekend, (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Parirenyatwa humiliates Mpilo boss
HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa last week humiliated Mpilo Central Hospital chief executive officer, Leonard Mabhande in front (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
American fugitive nabbed for forging Zim documents
A SUSPECTED American fugitive, Carlton Sloan Bridges, alias Brandon Lee Jones, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court yesterday on allegations (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Masvingo plans to scrap off interest charges on overdue accounts
MASVINGO City Council has tabled plans to scrap off interest charges on residents’ overdue accounts as part of measures to incentivise defaulters (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Addressing human capital imbalance in Africa
How nations develop their human capital can be a more important determinant of their long-term success than virtually any other factor. (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017
Dad, two children burn to death in hut
A MAN and his two children were burnt to ashes after a hut they were sleeping in caught fire at Woolendale plot in Umguza on the outskirts of (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
Suicide alert at Townsend Girls’ High
The story of a 14-year-old Bulawayo pupil who allegedly committed suicide on Thursday, has taken a new turn following the discovery of a suicide (...)
Nehanda Radio 26/09/2017
‘Zim jazz festival a success’
THE inaugural edition of the Zimbabwe Jazz Festival presented both established and upcoming artistes with a rare opportunity to get the (...)
NewsDay 26/09/2017

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