The de-civilisation of America

Lawrence Davisdon Correspondent There is more to being civilised than being a citizen of some political entity. This is so despite the fact that both the verb civilise and noun citizen are derived fr...

Cairns Foods employees disgruntled

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Reporter Employees at Cairns Foods are reportedly disgruntled over the handling of human resources issues by the consultancy that was unprocedurally awarded the contrac...

Federer richest sportsman

LONDON. — Swiss tennis star Roger Federer has passed golfer Tiger Woods as the highest earner in individual sports. Federer, the current world No. 2 in tennis, qualified for the semi-finals of the ye...
Green Fuel factory in Chisumbanje was the first to supply ethanol for compulsory blending

Mandatory blending saves Zim $64m

Livingstone Marufu Business Reporter Government’s 20 percent ethanol and 80 percent unleaded petrol blending ratio has saved the country $63,5 million in foreign currency in the first nine months of ...
Tuku relaxes during the interview at Pakare Paye on Tuesday. - (Picture by Munyaradzi Chamalimba)

Tuku: An African legend’s glory

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter award winning legendary music star Oliver Mtukudzi affectionately known as “Tuku” said he was shocked and surprised at the same time after an announcement that he...
Backbenchers should be preoccupied with how foreign exchange generation could be enhanced rather than demand to have the scarce commodity

MPs’ forex demands outrageous

Zvamaida Murwira Mr Speaker Sir, A fortnight ago Members of Parliament made a sensational demand that their outstanding allowances and Constituency Development Fund (CDF) be paid in foreign currency ...
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Nyathi, Mpofu in Russia for WHO conference

Vongai Mbara Arts Reporter Renowned praise poet, Albert Nyathi and Afro-jazz crooner, Dereck Mpofu are billed to perform in Russia at the World Health Organisation (WHO) global conference for ending ...
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ZESA mulls tariff increase

Business Reporters Zimbabwe’s power utility Zesa Holdings, intends to review power tariffs by 3c/kwh to stem losses, sources familiar with the development said yesterday. The proposed increase will s...
GUNSLINGER . . . Dominic Chungwa continued with his hunt for the Golden Boot when he fired CAPS United’s winner at the National Sports Stadium yesterday

CAPS sink Yadah

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CAPS United . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1) 1 Yadah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
Majoni donning his “Rozvi” design

New Pan-African clothing label unleashed

Yeukai Karengezeka-Chisepo Arts Correspondent The local fashion industry has witnessed birth of a new label that takes pride in African heritage called “Rozvi”. The new clothing line, which comes in ...
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Sculptors turn to tombstones for survival

Problem Masau Arts Correspondent Formed in 1999, Arts Peace Cooperative based in Mabvuku was a thriving entity. At its peak, the centre housed more than 15 resident artists who specialised in stone, ...
SO CLOSE YET SO FAR . . . South Africa narrowly lost the bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup yesterday

France to host Rugby World Cup

LONDON. — France is toasting the announcement that it will host the 2023 Rugby World Cup after being named the surprise winner of a secret World Rugby council ballot in London yesterday. The bid beat...