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Chitiyo rescues CAPS 20 May 2019 ©  CAPS United.................... (2) 3 Mushowani Stars............. (2) 2 RONALD Chitiyo rose from the bench to score the winning goal that sent CAPS United back top of the Castle Lager Premiership log after victory over a spirited Mushowani Stars yesterday. Before that Chitiyo...
Does the Pac exist? 19 May 2019 © FIVE months on after President Emmerson Mnangagwa established a 26-member Presidential Advisory Council (Pac) to advise and assist him in formulating key economic policies and strategies, their value is yet to be felt as there appears to be no solution to the economic turmoil being experienced.
Sale of sex drugs  booming in Harare 19 May 2019 © FIVE Avenue Shopping Centre — a bustling arcade just outside Harare's central business district — is growing into a thriving location for the sale of illicit libido-enhancing drugs.
Zim losing hope of salvaging economy 19 May 2019 © THE country is losing its only remaining hope of salvaging its economy.
City fathers sleeping  behind the wheel. . . ignore solutions to Harare's water crisis 19 May 2019 © OVER the years, the Harare City Council (HCC) has been conducting various research studies on how best the city can improve on its water quality. Notwithstanding these efforts, none of the findings have been implemented.
It's cold out there. . . ex-Zanu PF bigwigs hit hard times after expulsion 19 May 2019 © PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa once said “ukabuda muZanu, unosvava seshizha rabva pana mai varo”, literally meaning life is difficult outside the ruling party.
Crisis reaches tipping point 19 May 2019 © THE rising cost of living is erasing the middle class in Zimbabwe, while condemning hitherto middle-income earners and part of the high-income earners to the ranks of poverty, the Daily News on Sunday can report.
Khupe goes for the kill 19 May 2019 © AS the battle for control of the country's biggest opposition party escalates, the MDC-T led by Thokozani Khupe wants to stop the Nelson Chamisa-led faction from receiving money from government in terms of the Political Parties (Finance) Act.
ED hits out at piracy 19 May 2019 © PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday condemned piracy in the arts industry and called upon producers and consumers to respect intellectual property and copyrights. Zimbabwe's arts industry is losing a lot of sales of genuine products due to the rampant piracy. 
'Meet 50/50 gender parity' 19 May 2019 © ALL political parties in the country are currently in breach of the Constitution by disregarding the 50/50 gender parity requirement, Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda has said.  He was speaking at the launch of the 8th Parliament Zimbabwe Women's Parliamentary Caucus (ZWPC)...
'Document street kids' 19 May 2019 © CHEGUTU West MP Dexter Nduna has expressed concerns over the increasing number of street children who do not have national identification in urban centres around the country. He has called upon government to make sure that they are quantified before they spread into rural areas. 
'Hold company accountable for cancer machines breakdowns' 19 May 2019 © PARLIAMENT has demanded that a company that supplied radiography machines to Mpilo Hospital in 2012 without giving adequate information about their use be held accountable for their persistent breakdowns.
Togarepi to 'name, shame rich cartels' 19 May 2019 © ZANU PF youth league leader Pupurai Togarepi, pictured, has threatened to name and shame “cartels” whose activities are hindering the country's growth.
Govt to recruit 22 000 teachers 19 May 2019 © GOVERNMENT is recruiting more teachers to ease shortages of educators in primary and secondary schools.
Amapongokwe to shore up Gweru's urban water 19 May 2019 © The city fathers are also mulling drilling an additional 20 boreholes in residential areas to augment the already existing boreholes which are now overwhelmed.
Harare council to build smart schools...as govt reduces space for learning institutions 19 May 2019 © THE Harare City Council (HCC) is spearheading a smart schools initiative that will see state-of-the art learning facilities being built henceforth.
FLD peeved by arrests of human rights defenders 19 May 2019 © INTERNATIONAL human rights group Front Line Defenders (FLD) has condemned last month's arrest of four human rights defenders at a meeting organised by the Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (Artuz).
Harare seconds bidders for water treatment chemicals 19 May 2019 © HARARE City Council has sent three successful bidders for water treatment chemicals to the Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Praz) for consideration.
Tongogara gazettes  natural resources by-law 19 May 2019 © TONGOGARA Rural District Council has gazetted the environmental and natural resources conservation by-law which governs mining, protection of indigenous plant species and protection of wildlife. 
Wretched history of blacklisted songs (2) 19 May 2019  in his late 70s was now beginning to show signs of frailty, most Zimbabweans thought otherwise.  “...Admit it... you are wrinkled...worn out..,” Mtukudzi sings. He insisted the song is about growing up and the wisdom that comes along with age. [GoogleAd] Raymond Majongwe, a unionist, told ...
'I am so jealous of my happiness' 19 May 2019 © PROGRESS Chipfumo, pictured, has been in the music industry for the past 25 years, in the process inspiring musicians that include the red-hot Jah Prayzah among others through his timeless music. As a lead guitarist, he has contributed to the recording of fellow musicians' albums. The Sounds of...
ZIPP fire officials over POLAD 19 May 2019 © ONE of the country’s political Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (ZIPP) led by Blessing Kasiyamhuru (pictured) has fired its party spokesperson Innocent Mupanganyama (Netanyau) for insubordination, not aligning with the party vision and misrepresentation of the Party after he went on to atten...
I came to write through reading' 19 May 2019 University of Zimbabwe lecturer Memory Chirere is one Zimbabwean writer who is comfortable writing across the major languages of English and Shona. Chirere, who has published short stories in No More Plastic Balls (1999), A Roof to Repair (2000), Writing Still (2003) and Creatures Great and Small...
Church leaders call for lifting of sanctions 19 May 2019 © CHURCH leaders in Zimbabwe have called on the international community to lift economic sanctions against the country, to ease the burden on ordinary Zimbabwean citizens.  They also announced plans to host a National Convention later this year to “seek practical solutions” to the country’s conti...
Evolution of Lady Chevrons 19 May 2019 © ONE week, five games, three venues and five wins is all it took the Zimbabwe women’s cricket team —  the Lady Chevrons to produce a superb batting, bowling and fielding display on home soil to write their piece of history during the period under review. [GoogleAd] A history which proved t...
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