What is all this fury, furore really about?

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor— FOOTBALL-MAD prophet Walter Magaya’s cameo appearance for the Warriors Legends in their showdown against the Barcelona Legends has triggered a social media explosion with scores of people questioning the decision to let him feature in the game when he isn’t a former member of the team. A number of critics turned to…
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Undenge grilled over Intratek solar project boob

Oliver Kazunga in Victoria Falls LEGISLATORS recently took Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge to task over the $5 million his ministry paid to a local contractor for the Gwanda Solar Power project. Intratek Zimbabwe, which is owned by flamboyant Harare businessman Mr Wicknell Chivayo was awarded the tender for the $202 million…
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NSSA holds on to Beitbridge Hotel

Africa Moyo Business Reporter AS the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) board sifts through the wreckage of the previous management’s “calamitous” investment deals such as the Beitbridge Hotel and Celestial Park in Harare, a decision has been made to keep the assets until the Authority gets value from them. The NSSA board, led by Mr Robin Vela,…
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LIVE: Re-naming of Harare International Airport to R.G.Mugabe International Airport

HARARE International Airport is set to be renamed Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport at a colourful event to be held on site starting this morning. The renaming is in recognition of President Mugabe’s liberation and black empowerment efforts which have seen Zimbabwe becoming arguably the first African country post-independence to win back its land through…
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President slams Mnangagwa

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter President Mugabe has blasted his former deputy Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa for sponsoring the disturbances that happened during the ninth Presidential Youth Interface rally in Bulawayo on Saturday to further his narrow- minded ambitions to succeed him. Some hooligans allegedly hired by Cde Mnangagwa booed First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe while she was addressing…
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Zanu-PF structures solidly behind First Family

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Zanu-PF structures have resolved to stand by the First Lady, Amai Grace Mugabe,who is also the revolutionary party’s secretary for Women Affairs in the wake of vilification by some elements aligned to deposed former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Party provincial chairpersons, Women and Youth Leagues, war veterans, provincial affairs ministers said they would…
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Mzembi warns envoys against polls interference

Nyemudzai Kakore Herald Correspondent FOREIGN Affairs Minister Dr Walter Mzembi has warned diplomats accredited to Zimbabwe against interfering in harmonised elections next year by becoming “referees and players”. Addressing heads of diplomatic missions in Harare yesterday, Dr Mzembi said Zimbabwe was capable of holding free and fair elections. “I want to inform you that the election season beckons…
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I’ll help make Zim prosper: First Lady

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter First Lady Dr Amai Grace Mugabe, who has been endorsed by all 10 provinces and wings to occupy the post of Vice President, yesterday assured the nation that she will help President Mugabe towards economic prosperity. She was addressing thousands of party supporters at the Zanu-PF Headquarters in Harare who had gathered to…
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School in SA trip nightmare

Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent— Direct Contact School authorities in Harare have come under fire from some parents after it emerged that their children who had gone for a travel and tourism trip to Cape Town, South Africa were stranded following the engagement of a “bogus” travel agent, The Herald can reveal. Travel and tourism is…
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