Football legend Enerst “Maphepha” Sibanda remembered

By Mthokozisi Dube A year after his demise, former Warriors team manager and Highlanders chairman, Ernest “Maphepha” Sibanda’s legacy lives on, with the revered football administrator remembered for his immense…

Real estate growth a sign of economy under reconstruction; analysts

By Davison Vandira ONE of the key pillars of the National Development Strategy One, housing development, is experiencing an excessive boom, with economic analysts impressed by the progress which points…

Zim, Zambia eye operationalisation of agro-industrial park

By Stanley James, Business Editor Zimbabwe and Zambia have stepped up the operationalisation of an agro-industrial park, with the two countries working on a roadmap for implementation. The two governments…

UK track coach Minichiello banned for life for sexual misconduct

ALJAZEERA – The coach who helped British track and field star Jessica Ennis-Hill to Olympic and world titles has been banned for life for misconduct, including “sexually physical behaviour” with…

Serena Williams to retire from tennis after US Open

SERENA Williams said on Tuesday that she is “evolving away from tennis” and planned to retire from the sport she dominated with 23 Grand Slam titles following the US Open…

Zim’s mining growth forecast revised to 9,5 percent

By Stanley James, Business Editor FAVOURABLE mineral commodity global prices have seen Zimbabwe revising mining sector growth to 9,5 percent from 6,5 percent as the nation gears for a US$12…

Parallel market exchange rate responds to RBZ measures

By Davison Vandira TREASURY has been hailed for tightening screws on money supply growth in the market, in a move credited for stabilising the foreign currency exchange rate on the…

Chevrons date Bangladesh in final ODI series

By Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor The Zimbabwe national cricket team, the Chevrons are seeking a rare One Day International whitewash over Bangladesh when the two teams clash at Harare Sports…

Consumers blast profiteering as basic goods prices stabilise

CONSUMERS have expressed outrage overbusinesspeople who refuse to reduce or juststabilise prices of basic commodities despite the drop in fuel prices, and the stabilisation of foreign currency rates on the…

CAAZ approval of flying of drones in far remote places welcomed

By Owen Mandovha Zimbabwe is expected to expand the use of drone technology in the industry and society following the approval of certification for remote pilots to fly drones to…