SLEEVE TAZVIDA

What they remember about System Tazvida

Godwin Muzari Memory Lane — A lot of things happened while Memory Lane was on a long festive season break. It is good to be back. Among events that took place towards the end of the year was th...
Bond notes

Stiff penalties for bond notes rejection

Business Reporter—- LAWMAKERS have proposed legal provisions in the Bond Notes Bill for stiff penalties against anyone found rejecting bond notes as a legal tender. This Bill will amend the Res...
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Jabavu Drive up for surprises

Arts Correspondent — One of Zimbabwe’s top jazz outfits, Jabavu Drive has promised a surprise when they perform at Bar Rouge in the capital today. It seems the band is now resident at the venue...
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Mutare sisters release movie

Vongai Mbara Arts Reporter — Two Mutare sisters Tanaka and Amanda Ranganawa have released a movie titled “All She Wants” which will be launched tomorrow at Golden Peacock Villa Hotel, in the ea...
Ford Kuga on fire

Ford recalls Kuga SUV

Tinashe Makichi Motoring Correspondent—  Ford Motor Company this week recalled 1,6 litre engine Kuga sport utility vehicles sold in South Africa as a measure to address an engine overheating co...
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Mbare`s derelict markets

Julia Mugadzaweta  Features Writer — A drive along Chaminuka Road in Mbare reveals a long line of street vendors selling their wares next to rubbish dumps. Rotting garbage, moist plastic and de...
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Weed cakes trend harmful to Zim youth

Talent Gore Features writer — Marijuana is considered by many to be a gateway drug. This means that its use could potentially lead to habitual abuse of other illicit substances and addiction.
Dr John Mangudya

RBZ pays tobacco farmers $27m

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday said it has paid $26, 6 million export incentive to farmers who sold tobacco during the 2016 marketing season.

Mhere on ‘New Testament’

Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent — Gospel musician Mathias Mhere is optimistic about his new album “New Testament” that will be launched at 7 Arts Theatre, Avondale in March.

ZMDC scouts for investors

Tinashe Makichi Business Reporter— The Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation is scouting for investors with capacity to develop the whole copper value chain in the country either as individua...