Monthly Archives: March 2014

Keegan Mumba dies

Keegan Mumba dies

FORMER Dynamos coach and one of Zambia’s most dynamic coaches Keagan Mumba is dead. He was 53.

New RBZ boss’ tough task ahead

New RBZ boss’ tough task ahead

THE appointment of CBZ boss John Mangudya as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor was the biggest business news story in the past week.

We couldn’t handle pressure: Leitao

We couldn’t handle pressure: Leitao

CHEETAHS captain Jacques Leitao says the team failed to handle pressure in their extra time quarter-final defeat to Italy in the HSBC Sevens World Series qualifier in Hong Kong on Saturday.

Youths urged to embrace ZimAsset

Youths urged to embrace ZimAsset

YOUTHS have been urged to fully explore business opportunities offered under the government’s economic blueprint ZimAsset instead of adopting a lukewarm approach.

Zimbabwean magistrate fired

Zimbabwean magistrate fired

A ZIMBABWEAN employed as a senior magistrate in Botswana’s Mahalapye Court has been fired for resisting being transferred from his current station to the capital Gaborone.

Zifa needs rebranding: Sibanda

Zifa needs rebranding: Sibanda

NEWLY-ELECTED Zifa vice-president Omega Sibanda says the national association needs rebranding for the organisation to run football smoothly.

Hubby strikes  wife with  iron bar over laundry

Hubby strikes wife with iron bar over laundry

A MAN from Nyamandlovu in Matabeleland North was slapped with 210 hours community service last Thursday for striking his wife with an iron bar on both hands and kicking her several times for not doing laundry.

Govt should watch the media: MMPZ

Govt should watch the media: MMPZ

THE GOVERNMENT should ensure the media complies with sections of the Constitution on hate speech to prevent political, ethnic and racial intolerance, a media monitoring watchdog said.

Struggling Allied Bank sees bright future

Struggling Allied Bank sees bright future

TROUBLED Allied Bank is pinning its survival hopes on the implementation of ZimAsset and further easing of economic sanctions declaring that is will emerge as a strong player in the market.

Impactful habits, attitudes

Impactful habits, attitudes

LAST week JCI Bulawayo had a special visit from JCI International’s vice-president David Eka Junior, a Nigerian whose mission was to motivate and encourage members, as well as cement corporate, non-governmental organisations and government partnerships, which are the core of positive impact initiatives pursued by JCI under its worldwide theme, “Uniting to impact”.

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