July 27

  • Zimbabwe: Cash Crunch - Taxman Pounces On Vendors

    New Zimbabwe

    THE government will, starting Monday, introduce daily levies for all informal traders in the capital along with a crackdown on vendors operating from undesignated sites, in an... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fatal End to Row On Who Bought More Beer

    New Zimbabwe

    A CHIPINGE man killed his friend last Saturday during a beer drinking session after they argued over who had bought more beers. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Aggrieved Herd-Boy Steals Ex-Boss' 9 Cattle

    New Zimbabwe

    AN aggrieved Chivi herd-boy stole his former employer's nine cattle justifying the act by claiming he had been unfairly dismissed. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Caps Say Lady Luck Fickle As Dembare Win Again

    New Zimbabwe

    RUSSEL Madamombe needed just two minutes on the field of play to break the Caps United hearts as Dynamos maintained their dominance over the Green Machine in a Castle Lager Premier... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: I Will Not Concede Defeat to Mugabe - - - President Tsvangirai [press release]

    MDC

    President Tsvangirai yesterday told Zimbabweans at a rally in Birmingham that the solution in Zimbabwe was unconditional dialogue and rejected outright the Zanu PF precondition... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: MDC Renewal Team Statement On the State of the National Economy - Time for Discourse of Consensus On the Economy [opinion]

    New Zimbabwe

    THE MDC Renewal Team, like all right thinking Zimbabweans is seriously affected by the current state of the economy. It is clear that a year after the election, the Zimbabwe... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mimosa Platinum Revenues Up 26 Percent

    New Zimbabwe

    MIMOSA Platinum Mine's revenue for the quarter to June this year surged 26 percent to US$79 million from US$63 million in the previous quarter following a substantial increase in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Songore's Injury Affects Relay Team

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Sprinter Michael Songore's injury-inspired last minute withdrawal from the Iaaf World Youth Championships 200 metre race affected the 4×100 metre relay team which he was part... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Families Face Eviction From Zimasco Houses

    Zimbabwe Standard

    More than 50 families face eviction from Zimasco's Chrome village in Mtorashanga after the mining companies declared the houses a health hazard. Eighty-three other families were... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Nation Awaits Zifa Verdict on Gorowa

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The Zifa board has studied recommendations made by the High Performance Technical Committee (HPTC) on Warriors coach Ian Gorowa whose fate would be known today. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Marufu Blow for Black Rhinos

    Zimbabwe Standard

    PREMIER Soccer League (PSL) side Black Rhinos' quest to survive the dreaded chop received a double whammy after fellow premiership army side Chapungu recalled the speedy winger... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Banks Have No Capacity to Support Companies'

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) says local companies seeking working capital have to source it elsewhere other than banks as they do not have the capacity to provide the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Barter Trade Resurfaces as Liquidity Crunch Worsens

    Zimbabwe Standard

    BARTER trade, an archaic system of exchanging good or services before money was widely accepted as medium of exchange, has resurfaced in Zimbabwe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Companies Scramble for Mergers

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Three mergers were approved during the first- half of this year as companies consolidate in the wake of a depressed economic environment. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Workers Brace for Mass Street Protests

    Zimbabwe Standard

    The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has warned that workers are mulling crippling mass street protests to force the government to find a solution to the spiralling... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Everyone Can Help, Says Caroline Maposhere [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Those of us who have been fortunate enough to get an education know the power that education has to transform life. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Baylis Hails Golf Prodigy Scott Vincent

    Zimbabwe Standard

    VETERAN local golf mentor Rodger Baylis has showered praise on golf prodigy Scott Vincent who is now ranked seventh on the latest World Amateur Golf Rankings following a famous... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC Kariba Beef Up Squad Ahead of Deadline

    Zimbabwe Standard

    PREMIER Soccer League (PSL) side ZPC Kariba have added four players into their dressing room in their quest to maintain an unbeaten run as well as challenging for the championship... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZPC Kariba Optimistic of Nyamhunga Switch

    Zimbabwe Standard

    CASTLE Lager premiership debutants Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) Kariba are optimistic they will be playing in front of their football starved fans come end of August as renovations... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Farmers Get Raw Deal From GMB

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Small-scale farmers have accused the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) of hampering their efforts to turn around the fortunes of the country's waning agricultural sector. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'Collapsing Economy Spurred Me to Write Again' [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Standard

    In an impassioned response to my article (The Standard, July 19 2014) entitled, Political patronage has destroyed Zimbabwe, John Sigauke accused me of being uninspiring and... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Game Plan Revealed

    Zimbabwe Standard

    First Lady, Grace Mugabe's entrance into the political arena has sent major shockwaves in Zanu PF and thrown into disarray factions battling to succeed President Robert Mugabe. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chapungu FC Beat Triangle United

    Zimbabwe Standard

    CHAPUNGU bounced back to winning ways with a 3-2 win over Triangle United in a premiership match at Ascot yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Suicide - An Escape From Inner Scars [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Standard

    At least 90% of people who committed suicide had a mental disorder while 60% were severely depressed, statistics have shown. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: "You Do Not Wake Up At the Top, but You Work Your Way Up!" [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Twenty-seven-year old Ivy is fast becoming one of the most sought after cake artists in the capital. Read more »

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