Monthly Archives: July 2014

Mpofu grilled

Mpofu grilled

FORMER Mines minister Obert Mpofu was yesterday accused of single-handedly running the Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation (ZMDC) for four months after dissolving its board of directors soon after his appointment.

JM Nkomo marathon  set for September

JM Nkomo marathon set for September

THE Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo half-marathon will be held in September.

Nust students in trouble

Nust students in trouble

TWELVE National University of Science and Technology (Nust) students who participated in a demonstration at the institution earlier this year are set for a hearing today on allegations of uttering vulgar words and disturbing business of the administration.

Mohadi meets Zim exiles over permits

Mohadi meets Zim exiles over permits

HOME Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi and the Zimbabwe Community in South Africa (ZCSA) are set to hold key talks on the permits issue in Pretoria today amid reports that some South African banks are now freezing accounts held by Zimbabweans.

Musona with Espérance

Musona with Espérance

FC PLATINUM winger Walter Musona is on trial with Tunisian giants Espérance Sportive de Tunis.

Turn to God: Jabulani Sibanda

Turn to God: Jabulani Sibanda

WAR veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda last week descended on Bulawayo Polytechnic College where he made a passionate plea to students to be patriotic and “to look up to God”.

All set for Ingwebu Naph tourney

All set for Ingwebu Naph tourney

EIGHT primary schools head for Jotsholo, Lupane, in Matabeleland North for this year’s Ingwebu Breweries/National Association of Primary School Heads (Naph) football tournament finals to be held on Friday.

Tomato shortage looms

Tomato shortage looms

A TOMATO shortage is looming in the southern region and possibly the rest of the country following a heavy frost which has hit some parts of Matabeleland, a major supplier of the cash-crop, farming experts revealed yesterday.

Lupane man gets 10 years for sodomy

Lupane man gets 10 years for sodomy

A LUPANE man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for sodomising his workmate at knife point.

Mothers comes to Intwasa

Mothers comes to Intwasa

IF you haven’t watched the play Mothers yet, do not despair. The play will be on stage at Intwasa on September 27 at Bulawayo Theatre.

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