Monthly Archives: May 2013

Gwanda gold miner murdered

Gwanda gold miner murdered

MATABELELAND South police have launched a manhunt for four gold panners from Gwanda, believed to be local bullies, who allegedly…

Zimbabwe: Army commander blames company closures on govt

Zimbabwe: Army commander blames company closures on govt

THE de-industrialisation of Bulawayo is due to lack of government policies protecting local companies from foreign competition, following the liberalisation…

Enos Nkala ‘not forgiven’

Enos Nkala ‘not forgiven’

MOST ex-PF Zapu leaders within Zanu PF say they have not forgiven former Home Affairs minister Enos Nkala for his…

Magwegwe reservoir  leakage worries council

Magwegwe reservoir leakage worries council

BULAWAYO City Council does not have adequate machinery to measure water levels at Magwegwe reservoir and staff is using estimates…

A candid date: Zimbabwe brace for violent polls

A candid date: Zimbabwe brace for violent polls

AS the government of national unity train slowly but surely grinds to the end of its useless life, general elections…

Zec must get it right this time

Zec must get it right this time

THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) will be embarking on another 30-day voter registration exercise next week and there is an…

Bosso, DeMbare make history

Bosso, DeMbare make history

THE country’s biggest football institutions, Dynamos and Highlanders, last night made history when they signed sponsorship deals with sports apparel…

Tsvangirai outfoxes  Mugabe

Tsvangirai outfoxes Mugabe

PRIME Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s recent regional diplomatic offensive has paid off following a resolution by the Southern African Development Community…

Zanu PF courts  Peter Ndlovu

Zanu PF courts Peter Ndlovu

Zanu PF is courting Zimbabwe soccer legend Peter Ndlovu to represent it in the Makokoba Constituency in the forthcoming harmonised…

Zanu PF invades Bulawayo game park

Zanu PF invades Bulawayo game park

Thirty-FIVE Zanu PF activists, who last month invaded a Bulawayo City Council nature reserve near Cowdray Park and partitioned it into stands, have been evicted.

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