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Melfort in emotional D1 win 16 July 2019 © MELFORT FC edged struggling Grayham FC 1-0 in an action-packed Eastern Region Division One League encounter to give a befitting send-off to their late goalkeeper Richard Subuneti. This was Melfort's first league game since Subuneti's death after he was involved in a road accident in Ruwa...
Chamisa worried about Chiwenga. . . MDC leader concerned about ailing VP's well-being 16 July 2019 © OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa says he is very worried about the health and welfare of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, pictured, who has not been seen in public since mid last month, the Daily News can report.
More bad news as inflation runs amok 16 July 2019 © IN MORE depressing news for long-suffering Zimbabweans — many of whom were beginning to hope that the mad prices of basic goods in the country would soon start to go down —  government announced yesterday that official inflation had now reached an alarming 175,66 percent.
Zacc to probe more than 200 graft cases 16 July 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) is seized with more than 200 corruption cases that await investigations, the anti-graft body chairperson, Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo revealed yesterday.
GMB board illegal: Auditor-General 16 July 2019 © THE current Grain Marketing Board (GMB) board is illegal as its term expired on November 24, 2017 a few days before a military coup which ousted former President Robert Mugabe
Telecoms firms in  revenue decline 16 July 2019 © ZIMBABWE's telecoms sector has suffered a $37,1 million decline in revenue for the first time ever in the past four years.
ZSE ends two-week losing streak 16 July 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Stock Exchange has posted marginal gains, curtailing a two-week losing streak with stocks still trying to find direction following the scrapping of the multicurrency regime and the reintroduction of the Zim dollar among other exchange control and monetary tightening measures.
Power cuts: Mobile operators' costs up 16 July 2019 © WITH current Zesa outages running for 18 hours per day, mobile phone network operators have said they might be forced to switch off base stations as they face huge operational bills due to alternative power sources they have to resort to.
Sikhala freed on $5 000 bail 16 July 2019 © MASVINGO High Court judge Neville Wamambo has freed MDC deputy chairperson Job “Wiwa” Sikhala on $5 000 bail. Alec Muchadehama, who is part of the legal team representing Sikhala, yesterday confirmed the development.
Chamisa changes tact 16 July 2019 © TENSIONS ran high at the MDC retreat meeting held over the weekend to decide whether the party should immediately roll out demonstrations or give dialogue a chance.
. . . as MDC blames intimidation for by-elections loss 16 July 2019 © OPPOSITION MDC has blamed “calculated intimidation and vote buying” for its embarrassing loss  of Nyanga ward 26, a claim that Zanu PF scoffed at as a case of “sour grapes”.
ED fumes over ivory, rhino horns 16 July 2019 © PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has castigated foreign countries for what he termed interference in the way the country should manage its natural resources, especially the ballooning ivory and rhino horn stockpiles.
Pay Zesa debts to end power cuts: Chasi 16 July 2019 © Zesa is owed more than $1 billion by municipalities and customers, a debt which continues to grow, forcing the struggling State-run power firm to subject Zimbabweans to the worst power cuts in several years.
'Devolution a  disappointment' 16 July 2019 © The huge public expectations raised by devolved government in Zimbabwe have turned into disappointment, the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd) has said, after government failed to avail US$310 million budgeted in the National Budget to facilitate devolution of power to...
Mtshova operators raise fares 16 July 2019 © COMMUTER omnibuses here have hiked fares following the latest fuel price increase.
Reckless kombi driver gets two years in jail 16 July 2019 © A RECKLESS kombi driver who drove on the wrong side of the road during peak hour has been jailed for an effective two years.   Beni Beaven, 28, was also banned from driving for life.
Magistrate pours scorn on special graft team 16 July 2019 © A HARARE magistrate yesterday expressed frustration over the conduct of the Special Anti-Corruption Unit (Sacu),  which he accused of not taking his court seriously.
HCC's plans to convert  garbage to electricity hit snag 16 July 2019 © HARARE City Council has temporarily withheld approval for a waste-to-energy power plant meant to generate electricity for the capital city from tonnes of food scraps, paper towels and other household trash collected from landfills.
. . . as residents lament inadequate 2020 budget consultations 16 July 2019 © Harare City Council's consultative process in the 2020 budget formulation leaves much to be desired, especially at a time the country is in the throes of a worsening financial crisis, residents contend.
Attack on SB Moyo exposes polarisation 16 July 2019 © LAST Friday, in an unprecedented move — Foreign Affairs minister Sibusio Moyo and his delegation to London — were attacked by a group of angry Zimbabweans in the English capital city.
Seven critical areas that require action 16 July 2019 © It is extremely frustrating to sit on the side lines of this game we are all playing called “getting Zimbabwe back on track”.  We are doing so many of the right things, our team is looking much better than previous teams and slowly we are earning recognition that we may even win a game or two!! 
Govt must prioritise  people's health 16 July 2019 © EDITOR —Zimbabwe is fast deteriorating as foreign currency shortages occasioned by the poor performance of the economy bite deeper, a shortage of critical medical drugs — painkillers, TB, cancer and hypertension (BP) drugs — has hit Zimbabwe, reminding people of the hyperinflationary period of...
ED urges dialogue, cooperation with doctors 16 July 2019 © PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday urged doctors to stop using strikes as a form of protest but find a peaceful resolution to disputes through talks, emphasising he wanted to improve ties with the medical profession.
Zim inflation tops 176pc 16 July 2019 ZIMBABWE'S year-on-year inflation rose to 175, 66 percent in June from 97, 85 percent in May as persistent increases in the price of basic goods continues, Zimstats said yesterday. The skyrocketing inflation comes as the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority increased petrol and diesel prices by u...
Local bulk payment system up 16 July 2019 © THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says financial institutions have devised an alternative means of bulk payments following the suspension of services by Paynet and is expected to go live end of July, 2019. The bulk payments service provider recently suspended its payment service to customers i...
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