CAPS United saga takes new twist

By Anashe Murombedzi THE Caps United saga has taken a new twist after the fading Harare giants backed down on the decision to fire six players for protesting against the…

RBZ maintains tight monetary policy stance

By Davison Vandira THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Monetary Policy Committee has made far reaching resolutions to foster coordination between fiscal and monetary authorities as the central bank maintains a…

Bulawayo city hunt for new Coach

By Mthokozizi Dube THREE coaches are in the running to replace Philani “Beefy” Ncube who was fired this Monday, with interviews having been conducted this Tuesday. Philani Mabhena, Farai Tawachera…

Tourism sector records sharp increase in business

By Tichaona Kurewa TOURISM players are enjoying the fruits of their labour after recording brisk business during the month of April, spurred by music festivals, expos and the Easter Holidays.…

Revenue collections surpass target in the first quarter

By Stanley James, Business Editor MORE than ZWL$173 billion was collected in taxes and duties during the first quarter of the year, with the government channelling the revenue towards developmental…

Foxes dominate basketball national league

By Lawrence Trusida, Sport Editor FOXES mauled Mercenaries and dethroned them as basketball national champions in an exciting encounter played at Khanyisile courts in Bulawayo this Monday evening. Fresh from…

U.N. chief calls for debt relief, post-COVID investment for African countries

DAKAR, (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday urged debt relief for African countries and more investment to help their economies recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and weather the…