Monthly Archives: February 2014

Zuma to attend Bona’s wedding

Zuma to attend Bona’s wedding

PRETORIA – President Jacob Zuma will pay a working visit to Zimbabwe on Saturday, the international relations department said.

Zimbabweans die in SA illegal mine disaster

Zimbabweans die in SA illegal mine disaster

ROODEPOORT – Illegal miners are still trying to locate the bodies of their colleagues believed to be underground at an old mine in Durban Deep, Roodepoort.

Bosso cautious

Bosso cautious

HIGHLANDERS assistant coach Mark Mathe says it has been hectic in the last three weeks and will not undermine Premier Soccer League (PSL) returnees Chapungu when they engage them in the CG Msipa Trust Charity Cup semi-final at Ascot Stadium tomorrow.

Why Tsholotsho victims have been neglected

Why Tsholotsho victims have been neglected

LOCAL Government minister Ignatius Chombo yesterday said he never received any correspondence from Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs minister Cain Mathema notifying him of the damage caused by floods in Mapili and Mbamba village in Tsholotsho.

Zanu PF  factions square off

Zanu PF factions square off

THE $50 million defamation lawsuit against Zanu PF Midlands provincial chairperson Jaison Machaya, his election agent Douglas Kanengoni and Masvingo Provincial Affairs minister Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been dismissed as a concoction by sore losers.

Ncube’s MDC emerges from shell

Ncube’s MDC emerges from shell

THE Welshman Ncube-led MDC is set to hold a national standing committee strategy and planning meeting as it seeks to intensify its devolution agenda, party national spokesperson Nhlanhla Dube has said.

Mujuru bemoans  low diamond cash

Mujuru bemoans low diamond cash

VICE-PRESIDENT Joice Mujuru yesterday bemoaned the little revenues diamond sales contributed to the national fiscus saying they generated less than $200 million per annum.

Gwindi closer to freedom

Gwindi closer to freedom

HARARE CITY Football Club chairman Leslie Gwindi has until Sunday to meet the remaining condition set by the Zifa disciplinary committee after they found him guilty of bringing the game of football into disrepute.

Gutu murderer escapes hangman’s  noose

Gutu murderer escapes hangman’s noose

A 30-year-old Gutu man, Kasiel Muhwava, who crushed his uncle’s head to a pulp two years ago accusing him of being a wizard, escaped the hangman’s noose last week, but was given a life in prison term after he was convicted for murder by High Court judge Justice Susan Mavhangira.

Zesa intensifies load-shedding

Zesa intensifies load-shedding

ZESA yesterday attributed the increase in power outages to a major technical fault at Hwange Power Station which has led to the loss of 471 megawatts (MW).

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