Monthly Archives: November 2013

PSL praises Mbada

PSL praises Mbada

THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) have given the thumbs-up to the Mbada Diamonds Cup organising committee for this year’s competition which they say has run smoothly compared to the previous editions.

Zesa to hike tariffs

Zesa to hike tariffs

ELECTRICITY users should brace for tough times as the national power utility Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (Zetdc) plans to hike electricity tariffs barely three months after it slashed debts for domestic consumers and farmers.

Bulawayo young poet rules roost

Bulawayo young poet rules roost

“DYNAMITE comes in small packages” is the best way to describe one of Bulawayo’s most promising poets, Silaye “Slizzer” Mathe (12).

Bulawayo Chiefs’ awards winning ceremony set for Sunday

Bulawayo Chiefs’ awards winning ceremony set for Sunday

PREMIER Soccer League (PSL) debutants Bulawayo Chiefs will have a player awards winning ceremony on Sunday where they are also expected to announce the new name for the club.

Dynamos’ champions league blow

Dynamos’ champions league blow

CHAMPIONS Dynamos’ participation in the African Champions League next year has been thrown into uncertainty after their principal sponsors BancABC advised them they would not be able to bankroll their African Safari campaign.

Zanu PF polls: Let the best win

Zanu PF polls: Let the best win

ALLEGATIONS of bribery, real or imagined, are flying fast and furious as Zanu PF prepares to hold internal polls in the remaining seven provinces tomorrow.

Zimbabweans shine in the continent’s Book Of Fame

Zimbabweans shine in the continent’s Book Of Fame

ENTERPRISING Zimbabweans continue to shine in the continent’s Book Of Fame, with three Zimbabweans making it on the final list of 100 most influential Africans as rated by the London-based New Africa Magazine.

ZBC rapped for stifling tourism

ZBC rapped for stifling tourism

STATE broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been accused of stifling tourism growth in the country by charging exorbitant prices of $100 per year for television sets in each hotel room which did not correspond with low room occupancy enjoyed by tourism players.

SA man claims to be Lobengula’s great grandson

SA man claims to be Lobengula’s great grandson

A SOUTH AFRICAN national who claims to be a great grandson of Ndebele King Lobengula is in the country to compile information about the history of the Ndebele people and the monarchy for a book titled Roots that he is writing

Green fuel Ltd rescues Matikwa residents

Green fuel Ltd rescues Matikwa residents

A SIGH of relief could be heard from scores of villagers gathered at the handover ceremony of one of the several community boreholes drilled by a local company, Green Fuel, in Matikwa area near Chisumbanje on Tuesday.

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