Monthly Archives: April 2014

Anxiety as Mugabe plane is diverted

Anxiety as Mugabe plane is diverted

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe and his entourage spent an unscheduled two-and-a-half hours aboard an Air Zimbabwe jet from Rome after it failed to land at the Harare International Airport yesterday morning due to bad weather.

Mahachi off to SA

Mahachi off to SA

Kudakwashe Mahachi will miss the second Bulawayo derby pitting Bosso against his former paymasters Chicken Inn tomorrow at Barbourfields Stadium (BF).

Tsvangirai ‘fires’ Biti, 10 MPs

Tsvangirai ‘fires’ Biti, 10 MPs

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s loyalists were yesterday scrambling to regain control of MDC-T culminating in a vote to expel secretary-general Tendai Biti from the party.

Gweru hosts churches conference

Gweru hosts churches conference

GWERU is set to host a three-day inter-denominational fellowship men’s conference aimed at enriching males in their relationship with Jesus Christ as well as improving their faith, families, finances and fellowship.

Govt considers licensing radio stations

Govt considers licensing radio stations

DEPUTY Information minister Supa Mandiwanzira yesterday said the government was considering licensing community radio stations in the 11 centres that did not receive applications for provincial commercial radios.

Ex minister in trouble

Ex minister in trouble

FORMER NATIONAL Healing, Reconciliation and Integration co-minister Moses Mzila-Ndlovu has had a brush with the law again after a prominent Bubi farmer Geneva Sibanda filed assault charges against him in the wee hours of yesterday.

AFM Church wars spill to Kwekwe

AFM Church wars spill to Kwekwe

THE fighting for the control of the Apostolic Faith Mission Church (AFM) of Africa International that erupted in Bulawayo early this month have spread to Kwekwe.

Plans to revive NRZ advanced

Plans to revive NRZ advanced

PLANS to revive the cash-strapped National Railway of Zimbabwe (NRZ) are at an advanced stage as the country’s major railway firm seeks to breathe new life into its comatose operations with the firm needing $400 million

Afcon 2015: Fans optimistic

Afcon 2015: Fans optimistic

RARELY have the Warriors fans greeted an Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) draw with so much optimism and excitement.

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