• Power cuts hit ZITF

    Power cuts hit ZITF

    INTERMITTENT power cuts rocked the opening day of the 55th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo yesterday leaving some exhibitors livid and questioning whether the country was serious about attracting foreign direct investment.

  • Fortunes turn for Highlanders

    Fortunes turn for Highlanders

    IT seems the goals have started coming for Bulawayo giants Highlanders as they have sprung to the apex of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) log standings after the demolition of Chiredzi FC at Chishamiso Stadium on Monday.

  • Carl Joshua Ncube debuts on club Umahlekisa

    Carl Joshua Ncube debuts on club Umahlekisa

    INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED local comedian Carl Joshua Ncube will make his first appearance on comedy club Umahlekisa on Thursday night at a show dubbed: Laughter: The best medicine.

  • 19 countries grace ZITF

    19 countries grace ZITF

    ZITF general manager Noma Ndlovu said in her bulletin yesterday the five-day business and trade jamboree would be fruitful, citing the participation at this year’s event by 19 countries and more than 300 exhibitors.

  • Spikes cop suffers backlash

    Spikes cop suffers backlash

    A DISGRUNTLED commuter omnibus operator whose vehicle tyres were damaged by police spikes in Bulawayo over his refusal to allegedly pay a $2 bribe, has threatened to take the matter to the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission.

Power cuts hit ZITF

Power cuts hit ZITF

INTERMITTENT power cuts rocked the opening day of the 55th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo yesterday leaving some exhibitors livid and questioning whether the country was serious about attracting foreign direct investment.

I’m now broke:  Tsvangirai

I’m now broke: Tsvangirai

17 years for raping, infecting juvenile with STI

17 years for raping, infecting juvenile with STI

Vic Falls woman up for $91k fraud

Vic Falls woman up for $91k fraud

Fortunes turn for Highlanders

Fortunes turn for Highlanders

IT seems the goals have started coming for Bulawayo giants Highlanders as they have sprung to the apex of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) log standings after the demolition of Chiredzi FC at Chishamiso Stadium on Monday.

Last Four-Minute Mile Challenge qualifiers on

Last Four-Minute Mile Challenge qualifiers on

Chapungu enjoys PSL return

Chapungu enjoys PSL return

Sponsorship boost for Harare Junior Tennis Open

Sponsorship boost for Harare Junior Tennis Open

SA scouts for Byo investment opportunities

SA scouts for Byo investment opportunities

A SIX-MEMBER business delegation from South Africa is in Bulawayo scouting for business opportunities in the city and hinterlands during the ongoing 55th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF).

19 countries grace ZITF

19 countries grace ZITF

Youth loan funds secure: Cabs

Youth loan funds secure: Cabs

SA’s spaza shops suffer as big retail rolls in

SA’s spaza shops suffer as big retail rolls in

Bugatti Noun: glass toaster that cooks more than toast

Bugatti Noun: glass toaster that cooks more than toast

The Bugatti Noun glass toaster currently featured at the EuroCucina 2014 tradeshow in Milan. Unlike other glass toasters, this one cooks in a whole different way

Carl Joshua Ncube debuts on club Umahlekisa

Carl Joshua Ncube debuts on club Umahlekisa

INTERNATIONALLY-ACCLAIMED local comedian Carl Joshua Ncube will make his first appearance on comedy club Umahlekisa on Thursday night at a show dubbed: Laughter: The best medicine.

Crazy Ghetto triumphs on Easter

Crazy Ghetto triumphs on Easter

Sulu, Winky clash at ZITF gig

Sulu, Winky clash at ZITF gig

Swords drawn for  Guspy Warrior

Swords drawn for Guspy Warrior

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