• Mugabe tribalistic: Dabengwa

    Mugabe tribalistic: Dabengwa

    Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday attacked Information minister Jonathan Moyo for allegedly attempting to cover up and defend President Robert Mugabe’s recent Kalanga tribal jibe.

  • Mafu unmoved by ‘happy’ fans

    Mafu unmoved by ‘happy’ fans

    HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says the jeers by supporters after their 1-0 loss to Caps United on Sunday were a way of expressing themselves as they were not violent despite their second worst run in seven opening matches since 2010.

  • Mpilo saga deepens

    Mpilo saga deepens

    THE long-running financial scam involving Mpilo Central Hospital has taken another turn after it emerged that suspended chief executive officer Lawrence Mantiziba had allegedly mislead government int o believing that a contractor who had been engaged to service the hospital’s theatre air conditioning plant had not completed the job.

  • (Audio) Kalanga slur: CSOs threaten to sue Mugabe

    (Audio) Kalanga slur: CSOs threaten to sue Mugabe

    THIRTY-FOUR civil society organisations (CSOs) in Bulawayo yesterday threatened court action and mass protests against President Robert Mugabe following his disparaging and tribal remarks against Kalangas last week.

  • Khupe’s political career  in limbo

    Khupe’s political career in limbo

    MDC-T vice-president Thokozani Khupe’s political life now hangs by a thread after the MDC Veterans Activists Association (MDC VAA), a grouping of founding members of the opposition party, joined the campaign for her ouster on allegations of fuelling factionalism in Bulawayo.

Hwange elephants saga rages on

Hwange elephants saga rages on

A wildlife sanctuary in central Zimbabwe has denied reports that a number of baby elephants controversially captured in western Zimbabwe have been re-homed at the sanctuary, it emerged on Tuesday.

Xenophobia forces Malema to cancel Zim trip

Xenophobia forces Malema to cancel Zim trip

Donors pushing Tsvangirai to join Mujuru

Donors pushing Tsvangirai to join Mujuru

SA: Xenophobia lawsuit postponed

SA: Xenophobia lawsuit postponed

Mafu unmoved by ‘happy’ fans

Mafu unmoved by ‘happy’ fans

HIGHLANDERS coach Bongani Mafu says the jeers by supporters after their 1-0 loss to Caps United on Sunday were a way of expressing themselves as they were not violent despite their second worst run in seven opening matches since 2010.

Champions League: Juventus v Real Madrid

Champions League: Juventus v Real Madrid

Caps United stun Bosso

Caps United stun Bosso

Premier’s RHA process plant ready to ship, second loan note tranche expected

Premier’s RHA process plant ready to ship, second loan note tranche expected

The process plant to be installed at the flagship RHA tungsten project has been completed and is ready to be transported to the site in Kamativi, multi commodity natural resource group Premier African Minerals said on Tuesday.

‘Subdued’ ZITF ends

‘Subdued’ ZITF ends

Cisco Systems names Chuck Robbins next CEO

Cisco Systems names Chuck Robbins next CEO

Chuck Robbins, the veteran salesman chosen by Cisco Systems Inc to succeed legendary CEO John Chambers, must prove he has the technical knowledge to chart a new course and lead the network equipment maker into the new world of cloud-based computing.

Astro Mobile connects with AMH

Astro Mobile connects with AMH

Samsung recover, smartphone lead over Apple

Samsung recover, smartphone lead over Apple

Driving goes innovative: Tesla Model S

Driving goes innovative: Tesla Model S

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ scores second biggest opening with $187,7m

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ scores second biggest opening with $187,7m

Avengers: Age of Ultron scored the second biggest domestic opening in history this weekend, kicking off summer blockbuster season with a mammoth $187.7 million debut.

50 Cent’s pay day for Mayweather fight

50 Cent’s pay day for Mayweather fight

Delani Makhalima meets African Union

Delani Makhalima meets African Union

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