Monthly Archives: January 2014

Rhyme Assassin, Alaina drop Beautiful

Rhyme Assassin, Alaina drop Beautiful

UNITED Kingdom (UK)-based award-winning rapper Tichaona Monera, aka Rhyme Assassin, is set to drop his latest single titled Beautiful featuring Bulawayo’s upcoming artiste Alaina Pullen on Monday next week.

Zimbabwe widens  multi-currency basket

Zimbabwe widens multi-currency basket

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday widened the multi-currency basket to include four more foreign currencies in what analysts see as a way of addressing the cash shortage in the economy.

Tap into the feel-good factor

Tap into the feel-good factor

WHEN a nation is down in the dumps and nothing seems to work, the future looks gloomy. At that very moment of despair as if through magic comes a singular event that changes the mood to one of unmitigated bliss.

De Jongé,  to tee off at Phoenix Open

De Jongé, to tee off at Phoenix Open

Brendon De Jongé, , still reeling after missing the halfway cut at the Farmers’ Insurance Open, will be hoping to rediscover his form when he tees off at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale in Arizona today.

Byo water bills shock residents

Byo water bills shock residents

BULAWAYO residents have complained about astronomical water bills they received from the city council this month and accused the local authority of trying to unscrupulously recoup potential revenue lost last year following a ministerial directive to cancel outstanding debts.

Mimosa production up, worries over proposed tax charges

Mimosa production up, worries over proposed tax charges

PRODUCTION at Zimbabwe’s second-largest platinum producer, Mimosa Mine crept up by 1% to 629, 101 tonnes in the second quarter to December after it acquired capital equipment, its parent company said on Tuesday.

Joe Chiyangwa left for dead

Joe Chiyangwa left for dead

ZANU PF Bulawayo Central district chairperson and businessman Joe Chiyangwa was on Monday severely assaulted by a group of unidentified assailants over an alleged botched deal.

Stop the press!

Stop the press!

THERE’S breaking news that could change the way cricket is played and governed over the world.

Red Cross to the rescue of Gwanda’s hungry

Red Cross to the rescue of Gwanda’s hungry

THE ZIMBABWE Red Cross Society (ZRCS) has responded to the food insecurity prevailing in the southern parts of the country by launching a cash transfer programme targeting over 2 000 households in Gwanda in partnership with its sister organisations across the world.

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