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Utseya confident of prospering

HARARE – Prosper Utseya is confident of revising his action and quickly bouncing back to international cricket, Zimbabwe Cricket managing director Wilfred Mukondiwa said yesterday. Utseya was on Wednesday suspended with immediate effect from bowling in international cricket by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after an independent analysis found their actions to be illegal. The analysis revealed that all of ...

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You can kill me – Grace Mugabe

MUTARE – The First Lady Grace Mugabe, who has openly declared her interest to succeed her 90-year-old husband, President Robert Mugabe, on Friday came up with another bizarre allegation — this time claiming that there were people in Zanu PF out to assassinate her. Addressing thousands of people gathered at a rally in Sakubva Stadium, Grace continued with her not-so-subtle ...

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TRAPPED movie World Premiere in Manchester

The glitz of Manchester City will witness the premiere of a Zimbabwean life in diaspora movie Trapped in which the storyline opens up chillingly the fears and unspoken horrors of day to day domestic violence, abuse and stereotypes families trying to adjust from conservative traditionally cultures values to the liberal life in the first world. TRAPPED will have its first ...

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Zimbabwe UK 2014: A new dimension

Staff Correspondant What used to be an event formal sector and family setups used to shy away from has turned a chapter into a community flagship drawing resounding and overwhelming support from individuals, parents, business communities and even the religious sector participation. Two years ago when Simba Media Global took over the brand Miss Zimbabwe UK vowing to restore it ...

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Sculptor, Nyakauru to represent Zim at Symposium in Korea

Story by ZIM DAILY LOCAL sculptor Victor Nyakauru is set to represent Zimbabwe at the forthcoming International Sculpture Symposium taking place in Icheon, South Korea next month. Running from August 1 to 22, the Sculptural Symposium will bring together 20 sculptors, 10 Korean and 10 International sculptors who will use sculpture as their language and present art in dialectic terms. ...

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Enrico Sibanda - A Truckload of "fake" honours

Enrico Sibanda – Pulling wool on the faces of the elite

Reuters ZIMBABWE Council for Higher Education (Zimche) has said the institution that conferred honorary doctorate degrees to music maestro Oliver Mtukudzi and nine other prominent Zimbabweans was neither registered nor affiliated to any university. Zimbabwe Revenue Authority commissioner-general Gershem Pasi, one of the purported beneficiaries of the honorary degrees by the International Institute of Philanthropy (IIP),  yesterday said he had ...

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UK Zimbabwean community eager for Miss Zimbabwe pageant

Staff Correspondant With the recent Miss Zimbabwe held in Harare amidst glamour and spoil, and the local ZIWA awards that set a classy standard, the organisers for Miss Zimbabwe UK have upped their notch to outmatch the scoreboard. A reliable inside source has hinted a boot-camp and photo-shoots lined up to prepare the short listed models for the big day. Themed an iconic ...

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$1 billion China loan for Mnangagwa’s Zimbabwe revival

China is reportedly ready to immediately advance a whopping US$1 billion loan for the economic resuscitation of Zimbabwe, to Justice minister, Emmerson Mnangagwa, should he as now largely expected succeed, President Robert Mugabe, The Telescope News reported.According to extensive intelligence briefings, from high level Zanu-PF sources and a reliable diplomat in Harare, Beijing, is leaving no stone unturned in securing ...

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