Monthly Archives: December 2013

AfrAsia raises $20 million

AfrAsia raises $20 million

AFRASIA Zimbabwe Limited (formerly Afasia Kingdom Zimbabwe) has completed the first phase of $100 million recapitalisation exercise of its banking unit.

2013: A year to forget

2013: A year to forget

TODAY the curtain comes down on what would go down as one of the toughest years for many Zimbabweans.

D-DAY FOR HOW MINE

D-DAY FOR HOW MINE

HOW MINE Football Club had by yesterday not finalised their squad for next year’s Caf Confederation Cup as the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League new boys rush to beat today’s continental body deadline for registration of 30 players for the competition.

Mugabe given cold shoulder

Mugabe given cold shoulder

ZAPU yesterday said President Robert Mugabe has to fulfil a number of conditions if he entertains hopes of reuniting with the party.

A fan’s take of the Kalawa show

A fan’s take of the Kalawa show

KALAWA homecoming festival attracted a record crowd with hundreds of people flocking to Queens Sports Club. As expected from the hype generated from undoubtedly excellent marketing, the attendance records were off the charts! It was not a sell-out crowd, but a good crowd nonetheless.

Was 2013 your annus horribilis?

Was 2013 your annus horribilis?

I AM relieved that this annus horribilis has come to an end. Honestly speaking, who wouldn’t? Everything that you thought could not possibly happen did!

Australia speaks on Zim envoy’s asylum request

Australia speaks on Zim envoy’s asylum request

CANBERA — Australian Immigration minister Scott Morrison has said he would judge a request for asylum by Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Australia on its merits.

Kalawa puts up superb gig

Kalawa puts up superb gig

BULAWAYO fans were on Friday treated to one of the best gigs of the year when Kalawa Jazmee of South Africa delivered a top drawer performance at Queens Sports Club.

Govt must honour  civil servants’ pledge

Govt must honour civil servants’ pledge

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe in the run-up to the July 31 elections made several pledges to increase civil servants salaries as soon as his Zanu PF party won a majority in Parliament.

Gweru warns residents

Gweru warns residents

GWERU City Council has warned defaulting residents that they will not be given further notice to pay their bills before legal action is taken against them.

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