Monthly Archives: October 2013

Student accused of calling Mugabe a dog

Student accused of calling Mugabe a dog

A Great Zimbabwe University student landed in hot soup after he was brought before the courts for allegedly calling President Robert Mugabe a dog.

Bosso, DeMbare juniors up  for Nkomo charity games

Bosso, DeMbare juniors up for Nkomo charity games

ORGANISERS of the Umdala Wethu charity tournament pitting Zimbabwean football giants Highlanders and Dynamos, Joshua Nkomo National Foundation, are considering spicing the tournament with a curtain raiser money game between Bosso and DeMbare juniors.

Forget about politics: Minister

Forget about politics: Minister

INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services deputy minister Supa Mandiwanzira has called on the media to shift its coverage to labour matters saying such stories had a bigger audience than politics.

Hefty fines  for Bosso, DeMbare

Hefty fines for Bosso, DeMbare

THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) yesterday descended heavily on champions Dynamos and Highlanders after they were fined $8 000 apiece for their fans’ violent conduct during the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

National netball team outclassed in SA

National netball team outclassed in SA

THE NATIONAL netball team lost to hosts South Africa in the second match of the Diamond Challenge international netball series in Port Elizabeth on Monday.

Zimbabwe Sables drop in rugby rankings

Zimbabwe Sables drop in rugby rankings

THE ZIMBABWE Sables’ inactivity on the international scene has negatively impacted on their IRB world rankings.

Tripple B blame biased referees for PSL chop

Tripple B blame biased referees for PSL chop

TRIPPLE B president Edward Kanyangu has blamed poor officiating as one of the reasons behind their relegation from the top-flight league.

Delma Lupepe blasts banks

Delma Lupepe blasts banks

PROMINENT Bulawayo businessman Delma Lupepe says he is not broke, but blames the government policy inconsistencies and unrealistic interest rates charged by financial institutions for the demise of most manufacturing firms in the region, including his own.

Dysentery outbreak hits Prison

Dysentery outbreak hits Prison

A Masvingo prisoner reportedly died from dysentery at Mutimurefu Prison about 25km east of Masvingo town following an outbreak that saw 130 inmates and 39 prison guards being treated for the water-borne disease.

Chipinge tanker explosion, death toll now 21

Chipinge tanker explosion, death toll now 21

Fifteen people are feared dead after a fuel tanker exploded in Chisumbanje near Chipinge on Wednesday morning.

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