Monthly Archives: May 2014

The evolution of tablet design

The evolution of tablet design

From their ugly duckling beginnings, tablets have slowly evolved into cool, sleek, and sophisticated slates, but the most impactful transformations have been subtle.

Peter Mutharika wins Malawi presidential vote

Peter Mutharika wins Malawi presidential vote

Opposition candidate Peter Mutharika has been declared the winner of Malawi’s disputed presidential election.

Support ZimAsset, SK tells pension industry

Support ZimAsset, SK tells pension industry

SENIOR Minister Simon Khaya Moyo (pictured) has urged the pensions industry to create a conducive environment for pension funds to operate viably by providing the country with sustainable solutions to financial challenges under the government’s economic blueprint ZimAsset.

Pension industry urged to invest  in agriculture

Pension industry urged to invest in agriculture

PENSION industry players in Zimbabwe have been urged to invest in an agrarian economy as the demand for agricultural commodities is ever increasing world over, an academic has said.

Rio departs

Rio departs

WARRIORS and Highlanders midfielder Peter “Rio” Moyo has landed a contract with a South African Premier Soccer League side and will wave goodbye to the Castle Lager League in June, dealing a huge blow to Highlanders’ championship challenge.

Chihuri collapses

Chihuri collapses

POLICE Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri collapsed in front of President Robert Mugabe yesterday causing panic among several Cabinet ministers, aides and thousands of people at a police graduation parade at Morris Depot in Harare.

Govt struggles to meet pay dates: Chinamasa

Govt struggles to meet pay dates: Chinamasa

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa on Wednesday admitted that the government is struggling to pay its workers as it relies entirely on tax remittances, resulting in frequent changes to the pay dates.

I paid the bill: Tsvangirai

I paid the bill: Tsvangirai

EMBATTLED MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday rubbished State media reports that he fled a top Harare private hospital through the back door without paying his medical bill.

Sadomba jets in

Sadomba jets in

WARRIORS striker Edward Sadomba was expected to arrive in the country last night ahead of the team’s decisive 2015 Africa Cup of Nations first round, second leg qualifier against Tanzania at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Zimbos’ fate yet to be decided: SA govt

Zimbos’ fate yet to be decided: SA govt

THE fate of Zimbabweans in South Africa with documents acquired through the special dispensation is yet to be decided, new Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba said yesterday.

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