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Musicians  turn to  church leaders 25 April 2019 ©  A NEW trend is slowly emerging in the local music industry as church leaders have become a hit at album launches where they have been invited as guests of honour.
UK shows Tocky some love 25 April 2019 ©  TALENTED dancehall singer Tocky Vibes is a perfect example of the biblical saying of a prophet without honour in his home but is greatly appreciated elsewhere.
'Good to be back home' . . . Ndiraya embraces DeMbare task   25 April 2019 ©  NEW Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is unfazed by the tough task he finds himself facing after accepting a one-year deal to lead the troubled Harare giants.
CCDZ unpacks local government issues … calls gvt. expedite the implementation of devolution 24 April 2019 © CENTRE for Community Development in Zimbabwe (CCDZ) is a local non-profit organisation established in 2008 mainly to promote citizen participation in governance and empower citizens through rights awareness and promoting dialogue with duty-bearers such as elected Councillors, Members of Parliam...
Fuel prices up again 24 April 2019 ©  DESPITE government castigating business for over-pricing, there is likely to be no respite for the embattled consumer anytime soon as the price of fuel continues to go up, almost on a weekly basis.
ZITF starts  on low note 24 April 2019 ©  ZIMBABWE's premier trade showcase, the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) kicked off on a low note yesterday. This is the 60th edition of the annual week-long business expo.
ED, Chamisa to meet face-to-face 24 April 2019 © PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa and opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa are set to meet for the first time since last year's disputed elections when they both attend former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's memorial next week.
. . . as Chamisa moves within range of retaining post 24 April 2019 © MDC leader Nelson Chamisa is on the brink of getting his 13th nomination to retain his position at the party's elective congress next month.
Villagers feel abused  by politicians 24 April 2019 © VILLAGERS that were evicted from farms on which they were resettled in Gokwe towards the harmonised elections last year have accused Zanu PF politicians of using them to gain votes only to dump them after the July 30, 2018 polls.
Mine to lose equipment 24 April 2019 © EQUIPMENT belonging to Eldorado Mine in Chinhoyi will today go under the hammer to settle a debt owed to one of the country's leading security firms.
Harare student to  dress as a rhino 24 April 2019 © A HARARE student hopes to stampede to fundraising success this weekend as he runs the London Marathon dressed as a rhino.
Man in crime of passion 24 April 2019 © A HARARE man is facing murder charges after he allegedly strangled his estranged girlfriend for refusing to rekindle their love affair.
Mwonzora removed from remand 24 April 2019 © MDC secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora has been removed from remand after he was arrested for failing to turn up for trial in a case of negligent driving.
Mliswa blasts Norton councillors 24 April 2019 © NORTON Member of Parliament Temba Mliswa has accused councillors in the small town located about 40 kilometres west of Harare of corruptly-collecting money from unsuspecting residents claiming it was for water and legal fees.
High Court blocks eviction of 300 families 24 April 2019 © THE High Court has blocked the eviction of at least 300 families from Stoneridge Farm in Waterfalls, Harare, following an attempt to eject them without a valid legal process.
Buyanga,  ex-girlfriend  tussle over child 24 April 2019 © BUSINESSMAN Frank Buyanga, pictured, is embroiled in a vicious fight with his ex-girlfriend Chantelle Muteswa over “custody and access rights” to their minor child Daniel Sadiqi.
Matabeleland Collective battles to shrug off Zanu PF links 24 April 2019 © MATABELELAND Collective (MC), a grouping of civil societies from the southern region are increasingly coming under pressure from different corners as they continue to be attacked by those who have linked the consortium to President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Lack of market access crippling informal sector growth 24 April 2019 © THE government has identified lack of access to markets and marketing linkages as one of the major setbacks inhibiting expansion of the informal business sector, which is currently dominating the economy.
SAfAids launches Hwange youth corner 24 April 2019 © Southern Africa HIV and Aids Information Dissemination Service (SAfAids) has launched a Youth Friendly Corner at Lukosi Hospital in Hwange where they are piloting a mobile application (mobile app) to promote sexual reproductive health services (SRHS) in the area.
Hwange conducts independent probe into finances 24 April 2019 © HWANGE Colliery Company Limited yesterday said its administration is conducting an independent investigation into the company's operations after publication of a recent audit report. The company said the action is part of its statutory mandate and will issue its report to shareholders...
Greyhound coach catches fire 24 April 2019 © Passengers aboard a Greyhound cross-border luxury coach travelling from South Africa to Zimbabwe narrowly cheated death yesterday morning after the Dreamliner they were travelling in caught fire before it was reduced to ashes at the 35km peg along Beitbridge-Bulawayo highway.
Local mobile data tariffs comparable to Sadc regional countries: Potraz 23 April 2019 © Zimbabwe's telecoms regulator has said prices of mobile data here are comparable to those obtaining in other Sadc countries, rubbishing a trending social media article portraying Zimbabwe as the most expensive country in terms of mobile data service, with a reported average price of $75,20 for 1GB
Road markings need constant maintenance 23 April 2019 EDITOR — I often travel to Rusape and have noticed many things wrong with the road and drivers that contribute to the high accident rate on our roads. But which comes first the chicken or the egg? Loads of drivers ignore white lines and speed restrictions. I am not blameless.
Premier terminates Zim acquisition 23 April 2019 ©  PREMIER African Minerals (Premier) says it has terminated its proposed acquisition of a 50 percent stake of KME Plant and in Honey Badger Resources (HBR) due to ongoing uncertainty over the future of its RHA tungsten mine.
Vaya launches shuttle service to ZITF guests 23 April 2019 ©  Vaya Mobility service, which is now available in all major Zimbabwean cities and towns, has hit Bulawayo by storm, taking advantage of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) to launch its new Vaya Shuttle service by offering free rides to exhibitors, business people and professionals...
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