Monthly Archives: January 2014

Zimbabweans round on ‘fat cat’ state executives

Zimbabweans round on ‘fat cat’ state executives

In cash-strapped and deeply impoverished Zimbabwe, newspapers have kept their readers riveted for weeks with revelations about managers of state-owned firms pocketing millions of dollars in pay while the economy stagnates.

RBZ extends minimum capital threshold deadline

RBZ extends minimum capital threshold deadline

THE RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has extended the deadline for banking institutions to comply with the $100 million minimum capital thresholds to December 2020 from the initial deadline of June this year, a move expected to relieve pressure on the troubled financial sector in the country.

Educate residents about dangers of Mazai River

Educate residents about dangers of Mazai River

DURING the peak traffic hours, the stench of the contaminated waters in Mazai River in Bulawayo, coupled with smog and gasoline, produce just the perfect concoction that will make your nose sting.

Inline, New Orleans eye NetOne semis

Inline, New Orleans eye NetOne semis

BULAWAYO women football giants Inline Academy have what looks like an easy assignment when they take on Auckland Queens at Jumbo Stadium in Mazowe in the quarter-finals of the NetOne Charity Shield knockout tournament tomorrow.

Robbers thieving, saints preaching!

Robbers thieving, saints preaching!

ALLOW me this opportunity dear readers as I have a few axes to grind. It seems to me that writing only about the arts and culture is somewhat an indulgence I can ill-afford at the moment.

FC Platinum happy with training camp

FC Platinum happy with training camp

FC PLATINUM assistant coach Masimba Dinyero says their just-ended Kariba training camp will go a long way in assisting the team to achieve their objective for the 2014 Premier Soccer League season.

Council should  educate residents

Council should educate residents

A NUMBER of Bulawayo residents have been receiving unusually high water bills in the past few months despite the fact that council is observing a strict water rationing regime.

Stands scam haunts council

Stands scam haunts council

SHADY land deals which led to the dismissal of the council’s housing director Joel Madzivanyika a few years ago have come back to haunt the local authority after a prospective home-owner fleeced in the scam took the matter to court.

Mat’land chooses best drivers

Mat’land chooses best drivers

THE Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) will tomorrow hold a driver-of-the-year competition for the Matabeleland region in a bid to promote safety of road users.

Survival academy launched in Vic Falls

Survival academy launched in Vic Falls

THE world’s renowned and most followed television series, Bear Grylls Survival Academy has launched an African edition
in the resort town of Victoria Falls.

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