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Big week for Chamisa, MDC 21 May 2019 © OPPOSITION leader Nelson Chamisa faces a crucial week as the MDC prepares for its scheduled congress in Gweru this week with serious question marks hanging over its legality following a recent High Court ruling which nullified his leadership of the popular movement.
Amnesty International slapped with US$2m suit 21 May 2019 © AMNESTY International Zimbabwe (Amnesty) has been slapped with a whooping US$2 million lawsuit by its former director and board chairperson for reputational damage.
Gumbura, six others want trial stopped 21 May 2019 © JAILED Independent End Time Message founder Robert Martin Gumbura and six other inmates have applied for their trial on attempted prison break to be stopped until the High Court has heard an application in which they are seeking acquittal.
Chombo suffers blow in passport bid 21 May 2019 ©  Former Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo's bid to have his seized passport returned to him yesterday received a major blow as the courts ruled against his application.
Biti, Ncube ride on Tsvangirai's coattails 21 May 2019 © MDC vice president Welshman Ncube and party deputy national chairperson Tendai Biti are banking on their reconciliation with the opposition outfit's late founding president Morgan Tsvangirai to help them land top posts at this week's congress.
Please investigate Zifa, Umbro deal 21 May 2019 © YESTERDAY, the Warriors started trooping into camp as Zimbabwe begins preparations for next month's African Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament in Egypt.
Chipinge clinics not receiving drugs 21 May 2019 © CHIPINGE Town Council has sensationally revealed that its two clinics are not receiving medication to assist in dealing with the adverse health effects from Cyclone Idai.
'Parents passing  economic anxieties  to children' 21 May 2019 ©  PARENTS should avoid hounding school children with the prevailing economic pressures as this affects childhood development, a top Harare school has recommended.
'Parastatal reforms not enough' 21 May 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd) says government needs to increase the tempo of its parastatals reform exercise which is moving at a snail's pace.
Chitembwe named Coach of the Month 21 May 2019 © CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has  been rewarded for his team's impressive start to the Castle Lager Premiership season after being voted the best coach for the month of April while red-hot Chicken Inn forward Clive Augusto won the Player of the Month accolade.
Down to business. . . as Warriors begin Cosafa, Afcon preparations 21 May 2019 © WALES-based defender Alec Mudimu was part of the first group of the Warriors players who checked in at the Yadah Hotel yesterday to begin preparations for the Cosafa Cup and the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals set for Egypt in June.
Kazhanje ruling deferred 20 May 2019 © A Harare magistrate yesterday deferred delivering a ruling on former Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) board chairperson Stanley Kazhanje's application for acquittal after the State failed to respond on time.
BCC fights to end consultations 20 May 2019 © BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) would like to seek approval from Local government ministry to do away with consulting stakeholders on future supplementary budgets. This development has however irked residents who have castigated the city fathers for employing dictatorial tendencies which are likely...
Teachers' salaries, a mockery' 20 May 2019 © DISGRUNTLED rural teachers have advised government to stop reviewing their salaries in RTGS$ as this does not provide a solution to their economic challenges. In a statement Amalgamated Rural Teachers' Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz) said the constant fall of the local currency against the USD...
Misa-Zim shares vision with members 20 May 2019 © MISA-Zimbabwe chapters throughout the country last weekend held belated World Press Freedom Day 2019 celebrations where members shared the media watchdog's recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Zimbabwe.
Power outage cuts short Murewa joy . . . revellers refuse to leave venue 20 May 2019 © A POWER outage cut short revellers' joy at Murewa Council Bar during sungura maestro Alick Macheso's performance early on Sunday morning after the back generator ran out of fuel. Disappointed by the power hiccup, revellers refused to leave the venue at around 4am, jumping and singing in the dark.
Zim mourns mbira guru 20 May 2019 © THE arts sector has been plunged into mourning again following the death of veteran mbira player David Gweshe, popularly known as Sekuru Gweshe. Gweshe died on Sunday afternoon after a long battle with to prostate cancer. He was 75.
Stellar cast for Winter Warmer Concert 20 May 2019 © A STAR-STUDDED cast is set to showcase at this year's edition of Winter Warmer Concert slated for May 31 at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC). The annual event is being organised by the Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) to support and develop marginalised communities in the country.
Shasha, Mangwenya in collabo 20 May 2019 © UPCOMING musician Batsirai Shasha, pictured,  has released a love song titled Tsviyo Tsviyo featuring songstress Diana “Mangwenya” Samkange. Tsviyo Tsviyo — a sequel to Wapindwa Nei? (2019) — is the latest addition to the budding musician's growing catalogue which also includes the gospel hit...
SA-based musician engages Bande 20 May 2019 © SOUTH Africa-based gospel musician Blessing Gomo has engaged the services of fellow singer Trymore Bande on his forthcoming album.  Titled Muroti, this will be the singer's third album. Two other albums in his names  are Ngariende and Tiwanirwe.
First lady to headline Gems' fundraising dinner 20 May 2019 © FIRST Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa is set to grace this evening's Zimbabwe Gems Road to Liverpool Fundraising Dinner set for Rainbow Towers' Harare International Conference Centre. The dinner seeks to raise funds for the upkeep of the World Cup- bound Zimbabwe senior netball team before, during...
Manyuchi's opponent Acosta jets in 20 May 2019 © ARGENTINE boxer Pablo Ezequiel Acosta arrived in the country yesterday afternoon for Saturday's World Boxing Federation (WBF) middleweight title fight against Charles Manyuchi at the Harare International Conference (HICC).
Chamisa invites ED,  Khupe to congress 20 May 2019 © THE MDC led by Nelson Chamisa, pictured, said it will be extending an invitation to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Zanu PF, and Thokozani Khupe's MDC-T to attend its elective congress set for Friday in the Midlands provincial capital of Gweru.
BCC to repossess  2 000 properties 20 May 2019 © RESIDENTS who have gone for more than five years without paying rates for their residential stands now risk losing the properties, the Daily News can report.
HPAZ apply for examination from VAT 20 May 2019 © THE Health Professions Authority of Zimbabwe (HPAZ) has sought a declaratory order exempting organisations that it governs from paying Value Added Tax (Vat).
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