PREPARATIONS for this year’s Gwanda Agricultural Show are at an advanced stage, organisers said yesterday.
Revellers in the city welcomed the reopening last Wednesday of Safari Bar and Grill, saying the development would revolutionise Bulawayo’s nightlife.
The long list for the Man Booker Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Britain, contains a single African writer this year: 32-year-old NoViolet Bulawayo.
EVICTED Big Brother Africa (BBA): The Chase representative Pokello Nare is set to meet her fans in Bulawayo this weekend.
BULAWAYO-BASED concern General Beltings Holdings (GBH) says it has improved production volumes by more than twentyfold after receiving a $1 million loan facility from the Distressed Industries and Marginalised Areas Fund (Dimaf) early this year.
THE on-going electioneering has further dampened public confidence raising fears the country is heading for another economic meltdown, economic analyst Eric Bloch has said.
THE Labour Court has ruled that the three-week strike by Dunlop Zimbabwe workers is illegal.
IT’S all systems go tonight for the launch of the Heath Streak Consultancy and Sports Development initiative spearheaded by the former Zimbabwe national cricket team captain and bowling coach.
NEW Premiership boys How Mine have remained silent on who will take over as head coach at the club after the sacking of Philani Mabhena last Friday.
HIGHLANDERS were set to conclude a deal yesterday to sign Botswana-based be Mobile league striker Master Masitara on a frantic day for clubs after Zifa indicated a sudden change of dates in the transfer window.