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June 13, 2018 8:28 AM Sino-Zimbabwe Cement Co to construct 300 houses in Gweru

Gweru-based cement maker, Sino Zimbabwe Cement Company (SZCC), plans to construct about 300 housing units at its Indiva Farm site on the outskirts of Gweru. The company, a joint venture between the Zimbabwe and Chinese governments, said construction of the housing project will depend on the completion of the brick and tile plant the company is constructing 30

April 3, 2018 3:26 PM Turnall turnover rises 12 percent

Asbestos products manufacturer, Turnall Holdings, has contained a three-year decline in turnover, which rose 12 percent to $19,026 million for the year ended December 31, 2017, driven by an increase in sales volumes as well as production. Sales volumes rose by 9 percent on the prior year, mainly because of a jump in production levels. The company said production 21

March 27, 2018 9:10 AM Khulumani FM says Shona exclusion a deliberate move

National broadcaster, Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC), has justified the exclusion of the Shona language from it’s commercial radio station Khulumani FM, saying it was a deliberate move as it wanted to broadcast in languages that were unique to the radio station’s 40KM radius. This response comes after Chipinge West legislator Adam Chimwamurombe 9

March 23, 2018 2:24 AM Chamisa invades Zanu PF strongholds

MDC ALLIANCE leader Nelson Chamisa will this weekend take his election campaign into the Zanu PF heartland of the Mashonaland provinces. Chamisa, who controversially swept to power in the wake of MDC-T founding president Morgan Tsvangirai's death after a two year battle with colon cancer in February, will, according to a statement, address rallies in Murehwa 29

March 4, 2018 2:14 AM Arrests as Burundi pres fouled in footie pitch

Two Burundi officials have been arrested after their town's football team allegedly "roughed up" President Pierre Nkurunziza who was playing during a match with his personal team, legal sources and witnesses said Friday. A legal source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that the administrator of the northern town of Kiremba as well as his deputy 48

February 15, 2018 9:27 AM Five die in DRC presidential motorcade crash

Five people have been killed following an accident involving a cement truck and the Democratic Republic of Congo’s presidential motorcade. The three soldiers and two civilians died as President Joseph Kabila was returning to the capital, Kinshasa. Another 11 people were injured, a presidential spokesman confirmed to news agency AFP. The spokesman said the accident 35

February 14, 2018 5:34 AM Lafarge to expand lime mining operations

Listed cement producer Lafarge Zimbabwe is looking to expand its operations as it is set to commence exploration drilling for lime within the next two months. It already has two mining operations where limestone is extracted at Mbubu in Mashonaland East Province and Sternblick quarry in Harare. The company told the Herald Business that “exploration drilling 22

February 5, 2018 10:05 AM Club Mandisa launches sungura nights

MUTARE’s hottest entertainment house — Club Mandisa — has launched an ambitious monthly event dubbed The Sungura Night where sungura musicians perform. Club Mandisa director, Bornface Nyamanhindi said the new event was aimed at promoting sungura musicians and providing a platform for sungura lovers in the city. “Sungura music is without doubt the most followed 33

January 31, 2018 10:08 AM Nadolo pens deal with SA club

Former Highlanders exciting midfielder King Nadolo has found a new home at South African National First Division side Witbank Spurs. Nadolo’s contract with Bosso expired on December 31, 2017, and he joined the South African side as a free agent. The midfielder issued a farewell message to the Bosso fans on Facebook timeline after sealing his deal with the Mpumalanga 46

January 14, 2018 5:00 AM Profit taking big counters dampen ZSE

HARARE — The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) All Share Index widened its losses in the second week, dropping 2,97% to close at 94,69 points as profit taking continues to dampen the local bourse. The top 10 index lost 3,34% to settle at 94,4 points, mirroring the profit taking in heavyweight counters. Market capitalisation fell 2,97% in the week to close 86