Monthly Archives: February 2014

Residents fill void

Residents fill void

EMGANWINI residents have resorted to digging reticulation trenches and cutting grass under a community-based voluntary service as the Bulawayo City Council (concil) was failing to undertake the projects.

Electoral Committee meeting called off

Electoral Committee meeting called off

THE Electoral Committee meeting which had been scheduled for today to vet Premier Soccer League (PSL) election candidates has been postponed to next Wednesday because of the international weekend games that involve Dynamos, How Mine and the Mighty Warriors.

Djembe Monks get recognition

Djembe Monks get recognition

BULAWAYO house troupes Djembe Monks have been appointed as one of the 10 brand ambassadors of this year’s Shoko Festival edition.
This year’s festivals will run from September 25 to 28.

PPC Matopos 33-Miler on

PPC Matopos 33-Miler on

FEMALE athletes have been encouraged to take part in the $10 000 PPC Matopos 33-Miler ultra-marathon which takes place on April 13.

Nigerian pop ingénue Dencia fronts deprodom!

Nigerian pop ingénue Dencia fronts deprodom!

I HAVE to kick off this week with something disturbing because for all our braggadocio and so called independence as a people in Africa, we seem to suffer from a serious identity problem.

Amateur Golf tournament at BGC

Amateur Golf tournament at BGC

GOLFERS from around the city tee off at Bulawayo Golf Club tomorrow morning in an amateur golf tournament that has been organised by a Bulawayo-based company Sanctifyd Recreation, with the aim of raising funds for the resuscitation of the Centenary Park playgrounds.

Chinotimba, Mnangagwa  exchange  harsh words

Chinotimba, Mnangagwa exchange harsh words

JUSTICE minister Emmerson Mnangagwa was involved in a heated exchange with Zanu PF legislator Joseph Chinotimba in the National Assembly on Wednesday over the poor state of the country’s roads, particularly in poor communities.

Kombi driver gets community service for lampooning police

Kombi driver gets community service for lampooning police

A 38-YEAR-OLD commuter omnibus driver from Mkoba high-density suburb in Gweru was sentenced to 210 hours of community service after being convicted of ridiculing a police officer by saying he could not afford to pay the R5 trip fare as cops earned very little.

Mat North chair warns against ‘illegal’ meeting

Mat North chair warns against ‘illegal’ meeting

TENSION is escalating in the MDC-T Matabeleland North provincial structures ahead of a meeting reportedly slatted for Lupane on Sunday as provincial chairperson Sengezo Tshabangu has declared the planned gathering unconstitutional.

Musharu, Niang lead Confed Cup scoring chart

Musharu, Niang lead Confed Cup scoring chart

CAIRO-Orange CAF Confederation Cup enters the first round, first leg ties this weekend across the African continent with some mouth-watering games on schedule.

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