Monthly Archives: January 2014

Triangle braces for floods

Triangle braces for floods

TRIANGLE-BASED sugar-producing company Tongaat Hullets has placed its 241 workers living in the flood-prone Zororo village on high alert following incessant rains that have pounded the area over the past weeks.

Upcoming hip-hop artistes release single

Upcoming hip-hop artistes release single

TWO ambitious Bulawayo-born hip hop artistes, Madodana “Madots” Nyathi and Pride “PmDee” Mhandu, have dropped their debut single titled Pork Chops.

Victoria Falls airport nears completion

Victoria Falls airport nears completion

TRANSPORT and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu has expressed satisfaction with progress on the expansion work at the Victoria Falls International Airport saying the contractors were likely to complete the project ahead of the set deadline.

Star FM Djs date Gweru

Star FM Djs date Gweru

POPULAR Star FM disc jockeys Nyasha Kada (aka DJ Ash Stylz) and Kevin Hakata (aka DJ Nivek) are expected to set Gweru on fire tonight as they perform at Tim Bar and Grill also known as Club Uptown.

Sable Chemicals operating at below 50%

Sable Chemicals operating at below 50%

SCARCITY of ammonium nitrate fertliser on the market has affected farmers in the Midlands as sole producer Sable Chemicals is battling to meet demand.

Mupariwa off to Ireland

Mupariwa off to Ireland

NATIONAL cricket team fast-medium bowler Tawanda Mupariwa will team up with former Zimbabwean Under-19 captain Matthew Bentley in Ireland after agreeing to join Irish club Strabane ahead of the start of the season in April.

Explosion injures  two at Old Nic Mine

Explosion injures two at Old Nic Mine

AN UNEXPLAINED explosion seriously injured two Old Nic Mine workers near Killarney, Bulawayo, yesterday morning.

Well done Warriors, but . . .

Well done Warriors, but . . .

THE Warriors stumbled at the last hurdle falling in the dreaded lottery from what could have been a historic achievement in reaching the African Nations Championships (Chan) finals when they went down 5-4 to Libya in the semi-finals on Wednesday night.

VAT on non-residents to hit tourism hard: Cresta Hotel boss

VAT on non-residents to hit tourism hard: Cresta Hotel boss

HOTELS in Zimbabwe will become uncompetitive and recent gains in tourist arrival figures could be reversed if a plan to extend value added tax (VAT) to non-residents goes through, according to Cresta Hotels chief executive officer Glenn Stutchbury.

Tsvangirai, Mangoma showdown today

Tsvangirai, Mangoma showdown today

A SHOWDOWN is looming today in the MDC-T as the party’s national executive meets to deliberate on issues affecting the party including the fight between party leader Morgan Tsvangirai and treasurer-general Elton Mangoma.

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