• VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

    VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

    VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko may have been sold a dummy by Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL) when he was made to commission the $32 million mining equipment some of which has reportedly turned out to be second-hand and obsolete machinery, it has been learnt.

  • Commission probes Gweru management qualifications

    Commission probes Gweru management qualifications

    A PROBE team set up by then Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo to investigate cases of alleged corruption and abuse of funds at Gweru City Council (GCC) has reportedly demanded all senior council officials to submit their academic and professional qualifications for scrutiny.

  • CAAZ management grilled for buying Chinese equipment

    CAAZ management grilled for buying Chinese equipment

    THE Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) management was yesterday grilled by parliamentarians over its preference for Chinese equipment and materials in the construction of the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo Airport roof in Bulawayo and Victoria Falls Airport.

  • 10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

    10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

    A 10-MAN Triangle put up a classy show to salvage a point when they held Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that marked the end of the first half of the season at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

  • Respect term limits: Hollande

    Respect term limits: Hollande

    COTONOU — French President Francois Hollande last week urged African leaders to respect their constitutional term limits amid concerns that some are prepared to risk political instability in order to cling to power.

Zimbabwe roads ‘not for amateurs’

Zimbabwe roads ‘not for amateurs’

The state of Zimbabwe’s roads is the stuff of legend.

VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

VP Mphoko sold dummy over Hwange equipment

Commission probes Gweru management qualifications

Commission probes Gweru management qualifications

MDC-T raps council over stand allocation

MDC-T raps council over stand allocation

10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

10-man Triangle hold Highlanders

A 10-MAN Triangle put up a classy show to salvage a point when they held Highlanders in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match that marked the end of the first half of the season at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

Warriors trip in danger

Warriors trip in danger

Bosso offload Sithole; Chindungwe, Ndiweni stay

Bosso offload Sithole; Chindungwe, Ndiweni stay

Zim exports of vegetables to EU grow 269%

Zim exports of vegetables to EU grow 269%

BULAWAYO — Zimbabwe’s exports of fresh leguminous vegetables (peas and beans) to the European Union (EU) increased by 269% over the past five years, an indication that the bloc is one of the country’s major export destinations, latest data has shown.

Bata workers down tools

Bata workers down tools

Banks are safe, says RBZ

Banks are safe, says RBZ

Apple iPad Pro to be released in October 2015

Apple iPad Pro to be released in October 2015

iPad Pro is one of the most waited tablets that Apple is going to release. According to new rumors, this tablet will be released sometime in October 2015, as the American multinational technology company is lining up suppliers for the display panels.

Samsung introduces 2TB SSD drives

Samsung introduces 2TB SSD drives

Sony’s Ultra HD 4K TVs slimmer than an iPhone 6 . . .

Sony’s Ultra HD 4K TVs slimmer than an iPhone 6 . . .

Bulawayo mourns Masondo

Bulawayo mourns Masondo

SCORES of Soul Brothers band fans in Bulawayo have expressed shock at the death of legendary musician David Masondo who died on Sunday after succumbing to cancer.

Soul Brothers’ lead singer dies

Soul Brothers’ lead singer dies

Reggae artistes launch single

Reggae artistes launch single

Berita wins award in South Africa

Berita wins award in South Africa

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