Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bosso booted out

Bosso booted out

FC PLATINUM beat Highlanders to reach the final of the Independence Trophy in a mediocre match that had to be decided by a penalty lottery at Barbourfields Stadium (BF) yesterday.

South Africa permits D-day

South Africa permits D-day

SOUTH Africa Home Affairs minister Naledi Pandor is this week expected to provide clarity on the renewal of special permits given to Zimbabwean immigrants.

Dynamos in Uhuru Cup final

Dynamos in Uhuru Cup final

CLIFF Sekete sent Dynamos to the final of the Independence Cup trophy after scoring the winning penalty in a dramatic penalty shootout against a battling Harare City at Rufaro Stadium yesterday.

Mugabe slammed  for boycott

Mugabe slammed for boycott

President Robert Mugabe yesterday came under fire for his decision to boycott the EU-Africa summit this week after his wife Grace was denied a visa to Belgium.

Zapu plans properties onslaught

Zapu plans properties onslaught

ZAPU’S key decision-making bodies yesterday resolved to vigorously pursue its decades-long drive to reclaim the party’s properties confiscated by the Zanu PF-led government during the 1980s.

Man survives second leopard attack

Man survives second leopard attack

A 29-year-old Zimbabwean man who was attacked by a leopard at Bennde Mutale village near the Kruger National Park in Limpopo is recovering well at Donald Frazer Hospital.

Albert Nyathi gives back

Albert Nyathi gives back

SEVEN schools in Gwanda South received books from the Rural Libraries and Resources Development Programme (RLRDP) last week in a bid to boost their libraries and improve results.

How Mine’s African Safari dream crumbles

How Mine’s African Safari dream crumbles

HOW MINE’S fairy tale dance with the Orange Caf Confederation Cup fizzled out on Saturday afternoon when they crashed 0-2 to Nigeria’s Bayelsa United FC in the second round second leg of the tournament.

Dube’s victory doesn’t  inspire confidence

Dube’s victory doesn’t inspire confidence

THE controversial Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) elections have come and gone with the incumbent president Cuthbert Dube winning another four-year term.

PPC ramps up production

PPC ramps up production

PRETORIA Portland Cement (PPC) last Friday unveiled a new palletised packing system and plastic cover wrapping machine at its Bulawayo plant as it moves to ramp up production.

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