Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pasuwa under fire

Pasuwa under fire

A GOALLESS draw at home in the first leg of a two-legged knockout competition is never a bad result, but not when you are a coach of Dynamos.

50 000 youths for colleges

50 000 youths for colleges

THE Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment ministry plans to increase the enrolment of youths in vocational training centres from the current 7 300 to 50 000 by the end of this year as it drives towards its target of 500 000 by 2018.

Mahachi, Rio, Milton involved in an accident

Mahachi, Rio, Milton involved in an accident

Highlanders midfielders Peter “Rio” Moyo, Milton Ncube and Kuda Mahachi were earlier today involved in a freak car accident in Kadoma

Three names for Zifa vice-presidency

Three names for Zifa vice-presidency

THE ZIFA national election nominations opened on Friday with a number of names from the southern region thrown into the fray for the vice-president’s position as incumbent Ndumiso Gumede is said not to be seeking re- election.

Bona’s flashy wedding

Bona’s flashy wedding

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s only daughter Bona tied the knot yesterday with her fiancé Simbarashe Chikore at a glitzy ceremony attended by some African presidents in Harare.

Unstoppable How Mine

Unstoppable How Mine

Kudakwashe Musharu notched a brace to raise his Caf Confederation Cup tally to five goals as How Mine thrashed St Michel United of Seychelles in the first leg first round of the tournament at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

9 killed in Chegutu accident

9 killed in Chegutu accident

NINE people died yesterday while 10 others were injured when a commuter omnibus they were travelling in overturned near Chegutu along the Harare-Bulawayo Highway.

DeMbare in trouble

DeMbare in trouble

Dynamos pressed themselves into a retreating corner following a lifeless display in yesterday’s Caf Champions League first round, first leg goalless draw with Congolese giants AS Vita at the National Sports Stadium.

Watson loses son in accident

Watson loses son in accident

FORMER Highlanders player Mark Watson lost his son Branden in a car accident in Harare last week.

Tsholotsho victims getting help: CPU

Tsholotsho victims getting help: CPU

THE Civil Protection Unit (CPU) in Tsholotsho has defended itself against claims that its reaction to the floods that left several families homeless last month was poor saying it managed to reach the hardest hit areas.

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