Yohane laid to rest

By Anashe Murombedzi The local football fraternity has relieved the beautiful moments they were afforded by the late Charles Yohane, who represented his country with pride. Yohanne was buried at…

Masvingo province to benefit from establishment of chrome smelting company

By Mercy Bofu Small-scale chrome miners in and around Masvingo will benefit from the establishment of the Zimbabwe Zhongxing Smelting Company which is nearing completion in Mashava. The project is…

Bulawayo City hope for a change of fortunes as they play Highlanders

By Courage Bushe BOTTOM placed Bulawayo City are hoping for a change of fortune when they clash with a familiar foe in the form of local rivals, Highlanders at Barbourfields…

Year on Year inflation moves to 66 percent

By Davison Vandira ECONOMISTS have called on monetary authorities to strictly adhere to a tight monetary policy stance to curb inflationary pressures in the economy. The call is a reaction…

Gold and Ferrochrome to drive mineral growth

By Stanley James Business Editor THE Chamber of Mines has predicted that Zimbabwe’s mineral growth for the year will surpass the government’s target of eight percent due to competitive prices…

Yohane’s body arrives in Zim

By Lawrence Trusida The body of the late former CAPS United and Warriors left back, Charles Yohane, who died in South Africa two weeks ago has been repatriated. Yohane was…

Women’s football cries out for help

By Anashe Murombedzi THE country has been urged to take women’s football seriously after the Mighty Warriors’ shortcomings were exposed by Botswana in the last qualifying round for the Africa…

Glamour boys up against Chicken Inn

By Anashe Murombedzi THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match featuring Harare giants, Dynamos and 2015 Champions Chicken Inn at the National sports stadium on Sunday promises to be a…

E-registering of companies to increase transparency

By Yolanda Moyo THE Registrar of companies is set to embark on an e-registration of companies as it seeks to foster transparency and accountability in its operations. As part of…

Honeymoon over for currency manipulators

By Davison Vandira The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has frozen the accounts of four local companies on allegations of irregular financial transactions believed to be driving exchange rate instability.…