Month: May 2017
Business Main News

Econet Boss Strive Masiyiwa admits intellectual property theft

The Return of the #BuffaloHunter __Shhh! Don’t be an amateur! By Strive Masiyiwa Many years ago I was on a flight, and sitting.

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Entertainment Main News

Chimbetu up for $800 maintenance arrears again

BARELY two months after appearing in court over maintenance default, popular Dendera musician Sulumani Chimbetu was yesterday back at the Harare Magistrates’ Court.

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Main News Zimbabwe

Rhodesia ‘was better than Mugabe’s govt’, says senior Zim war vet

Mutare – A senior Zimbabwean war veteran, who is now the interim leader of the opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) party, has reportedly.

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Main News Technology

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe posts 10 pct fall in full year profit

Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe’s biggest mobile telecoms company, reported a 10 percent fall in after-tax profit to $36.2 million on Wednesday, blaming a decline.

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Main News Sports

Zimbabwe legend defends Dynamos FC juju claims in autobiography

Zimbabwe legend Memory Mucherahowa has defended claims made in his autobiography that former club Dynamos encouraged the use of juju. Released a few.

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ZPC shuts down three power stations due to shortage of coal

Zimbabwe’s electricity generation dropped to 842 megawatts (MW) on today, just over half of peak demand, after output at Hwange Thermal Power Station.

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Main News World News

Britain Tells Its Citizens Not To Criticise Mugabe in Public While In Zimbabwe

You should avoid political activity, or activities which could be considered political, including political discussions in public places and criticism of the President..

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Main News Zimbabwe

Minister escapes death by whisker

Primary and Secondary Education minister Lazarus Dokora escaped death by a whisker last week after he was involved in a horrific hit and.

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Main News Money & Markets

Police, Prisons Get Their 2016 Bonuses

POLICE and Prisons Services have received their long delayed 2016 bonus payments with the rest of the civil service expected to receive theirs.

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