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July 30, 2018 3:18 AM Man steals $8 000 laptops, cellphones

Police in Chipinge have arrested a Chimanimani man for breaking into an electrical appliances shop in the town and stealing cellphones and laptops valued at $8 000. Chipinge Criminal Investigations Department (CID) community relations officer Detective Assistant Inspector Daniel Mhini confirmed the arrest of Pedzisai Mujaji (32) of Chirau Village under 45

July 5, 2018 1:42 AM Ammara headlines Bulawayo Jazz Fest

Songstress Ammara Brown will kick off her summer shows in the City of Kings next month when she headlines the Bulawayo Jazz Festival. The festival slated for August 3 will be held at the Homestead Conference Centre. Ramsey K & The Big Kay band, Thandi Dlana, Gugu & The African Rhythms, Prosper & The Smart Birds, Band Fusion, Anotida & Shadows Band, Prince 57

June 29, 2018 2:52 AM Nyabinde dumps Shabanie Mine

Shabanie Mine defensive midfielder Joe Nyabinde has left the financially-troubled outfit to join Premiership rivals and parent club Chicken Inn. Nyabinde was signed by Chicken Inn early this year after a good campaign at Shabanie last season but was immediately loaned back to the asbestos miners. Chicken Inn have, however, recalled their player who was one of the Zvishavane 27

June 13, 2018 7:01 AM ZETDC sets aside $40m for smart meters

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has set aside about $40 million for the roll out of 40 000 smart meters in September. Speaking during a symposium in Gweru last week, ZETDC commercial director Mr Ralph Katsande said the smart meters programme is targeted at large consumers like industries and supermarkets as a way of saving 108

March 3, 2018 12:47 PM Khumalo to replace Khuphe: Chamisa

MDC-T President Nelson Chamisa has threatened to fire the party’s defiant deputy leader Thokozani Khuphe and elevate legislator Thabita Khumalo instead. Khuphe is opposing Chamisa’s assumption of power following the death of the MDC-T’s founding president Morgan Tsvangirai. “You ceased to be a team player when MRT (Tsvangirai) heeded people’s calls for a united 66

February 18, 2018 4:23 AM Mugabe looks happy, relaxed, says cleric

A top Roman Catholic cleric who helped negotiate former president Robert Mugabe’s exit after last year’s military takeover says the ageing politician appears happy in retirement. Father Fidelis Mukonori , a long-time confidante of Zimbabwe’s first leader after independence from Britain, said he remained in constant touch with Mugabe after his ouster 32

December 7, 2017 5:57 AM Spelling error angers Mnangagwa

Barely a fortnight after executing a smooth transfer of power in a soft, smart rebellion whose sophistication earned them global acclaim, the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) embarrassingly unveiled a plaque with a misspelt name of the country etched onto expensive granite. Instead of the correct spelling, Zimbabwe, the plaque had the inscription "Zimbawe" 62

November 9, 2017 4:32 AM Matobo land invaders to appear in Gwanda court

THE 99 Matobo villagers accused of illegally occupying Fox and Woolendale farms have been ordered to appear at the Gwanda Magistrates’ Court on November 29 for trial. The villagers were advised of the transfer of their case to Gwanda on Monday when they appeared before Kezi magistrate Arafat Kozanai. The accused, who are being represented by Zimbabwe 19

October 30, 2017 9:41 AM JioPhone production stopped, Jio now working on free Android Phone

Mukesh Ambani caused a storm after announcing the JioPhone smart feature phone that was effectively free of cost. Millions of people have already pre-ordered the phone with shipments having started post Diwali. However, based on a new report, production of the JioPhone has stopped as Reliance Jio is now looking to work on an Android smartphone to take on Airtel 115

October 27, 2017 2:16 PM Should MDC look beyond Tsvangirai?

The succession issue has cost Zimbabwe a lot in the past few years within and without the ruling Zanu PF. There is no denying the fact that President Robert Mugabe — at the helm of the country since independence from the British in 1980 — is now frail and in the twilight of his career. Similarly, the main opposition Movement for Democratic Change — following 32