Monthly Archives: March 2014

Cosafa nightmare for Young Warriors

Cosafa nightmare for Young Warriors

THE national Under-20 team was subjected to near inhuman conditions in which they did not even have toilet and allowances at the Cosafa Under-20 Challenge Cup held in December in Maseru, Lesotho.

Five more arrests over $200 000 heist

Five more arrests over $200 000 heist

The case involving three Gwanda detectives facing $270 170 theft charges took a new twist on Friday when five unemployed Beitbridge men appeared in court facing robbery charges involving the same amount.

City initiative shines

City initiative shines

A BULAWAYO-BASED organisation, Lead Us Today (LUT), emerged top at the Global Forum for Youth Leaders on Drug Use Prevention competition held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), recently.

Suspected rapist on prowl

Suspected rapist on prowl

FEMALE residents in an area popularly known as Dark City in Bulawayo’s Emganwini suburb are living in fear of being mugged and raped while fetching firewood from a farm about 5km from the suburb as the area has gone 10 years without electricity.

FC Platinum storm  into final

FC Platinum storm into final

FC PLATINUM stormed into the finals of the CG Msipa Fundraising Charity tournament after knocking out bitter town rivals Shabanie Mine 4-1 at Mandava yesterday.

Court dismiss police ban on NYDT Lupane meeting

Court dismiss police ban on NYDT Lupane meeting

THE National Youth Development Trust (NYDT) was on Friday granted a court order to hold a meeting which Lupane police had declined to sanction.

PSL has potential to be big business entity: Mubaiwa

PSL has potential to be big business entity: Mubaiwa

HARARE tycoon and Dynamos chairman Keni Mubaiwa, gunning for the Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairman’s post said the league has the potential to become a big business entity.

Mighty Warriors optimistic

Mighty Warriors optimistic

MIGHTY Warriors will host Botswana in the African Women’s Championships (ACW) first round second leg qualifier at Rufaro Stadium this afternoon, but coach Rosemary Mugadza is already looking beyond this fixture.

Ex-Bosso coach  Fathi back in town

Ex-Bosso coach Fathi back in town

FORMER Highlanders coach Mohammed Fathi is in the country to establish a football foundation in partnership with Bulawayo businessman and player agent Omega Sibanda.

Senator raises dust over circumcision

Senator raises dust over circumcision

WASHINGTON DC — A Zimbabwean legislator says the Health ministry should stop circumcising children under the 2009 medical male circumcision programme.

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