Monthly Archives: June 2014

Zimbabwe mulls special vehicle to take over lenders’ bad loans

Zimbabwe mulls special vehicle to take over lenders’ bad loans

Zimbabwe’s central bank is considering establishing a body to take over local lenders’ non-performing loans and make it easier for them to attract new capital, its governor said on Monday.

MINISTER EXPOSED

MINISTER EXPOSED

BULAWAYO Provisional Affairs minister Eunice Sandi Moyo has been exposed as the force behind the controversial takeover of a farm near Cowdray Park by a private company.

Bosso back on top

Bosso back on top

IT WAS just a minor bleep after all, that is, Highlanders’ loss to Dynamos last week.

‘Poorest’ man kills self

‘Poorest’ man kills self

A 46-YEAR-OLD man from Jambezi near Victoria Falls allegedly committed suicide last week because he was tired of taunts by his friends that he was poor.

Bulawayo Agenda officials arrested

Bulawayo Agenda officials arrested

POLICE IN Victoria Falls on Saturday evening arrested four Bulawayo Agenda officials and detained them for two nights accusing them of conducting a public meeting without notifying the cops as required by the law.

Triangle end How  Mine unbeaten run

Triangle end How Mine unbeaten run

TRIANGLE head coach Biggie Zuze heaved a huge sigh of relief after his team ended How Mine’s 10-match unbeaten run in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League played at Gibbo Stadium yesterday.

Council workers on warpath

Council workers on warpath

UNPAID Gwanda municipality workers have threatened to attach houses belonging to senior managers to recover almost $500 000 owed to them in unpaid salaries after going for four months without pay.

‘Veterans’ bay for Chamisa’s blood

‘Veterans’ bay for Chamisa’s blood

MDC-T organising secretary Nelson Chamisa was nearly assaulted on Saturday in Bulawayo during a closed-door meeting held at the party’s provincial offices after he dismissed the MDC-T veterans association (MDC-VA) — a grouping of founding party members — as bogus.

Caps United beat Hwange

Caps United beat Hwange

CAPS United moved into second position on the log standing after a hard-earned, but ultimately comfortable win over Hwange at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

R9 million cigarettes  seized in Beitbridge

R9 million cigarettes seized in Beitbridge

Contraband cigarettes, with an estimated street value of nearly R9 million, were seized at the Beitbridge border post yesterday, the South Africa Revenue Service (Sars) said.

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