Monthly Archives: August 2014

Prophets under fire

Prophets under fire

HEALTH and Child Care minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday warned prophets against encouraging people with terminal diseases such as Aids to stop taking drugs in favour of the so-called holy water or oil.

ZB retrenches

ZB retrenches

ZB Financial Holdings has unveiled a voluntary retrenchment scheme for staff in a clear sign the contagious effects of the comatose economy are permeating into all the country’s sectors.

Sandra, Nyathi for Bayethe concert

Sandra, Nyathi for Bayethe concert

ZIMBABWE’S leading musicians and artistes, among them poet Albert Nyathi, sungura ace Sulumani Chimbetu, singer and dancing sensation Sandra Ndebele and the world-acclaimed dance group Iyasa are billed to headline probably the biggest gig dubbed Bayethe Bulawayo Concert on the second last night of the Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo.

Mbedzi honoured by Canadian Premier

Mbedzi honoured by Canadian Premier

CANADA-BASED Zimbabwean coach and director of First Mobile Sports Academy (FMSA) Isaac Mbedzi has been honoured by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper for winning the Group B Boys’ Under-19 Dana Cup, beating Germany side Buchen Siebeneichener 1-0 in extra-time in Denmark last month.

Ngulube elected  new BICC bishop

Ngulube elected new BICC bishop

THE Brethren in Christ Church (BICC) has elected bishop Sinda Ngulube as the new leader of the church in Zimbabwe taking over from bishop Danisa Ndlovu, who has retired after serving three five-year terms.

Police throw out Zanu PF invaders

Police throw out Zanu PF invaders

ABOUT 150 Zanu PF supporters that invaded Denver Farm in Nyamandlovu last week were yesterday evicted by the police.

City suburbs run dry

City suburbs run dry

RESIDENTS of Bulawayo’s high-density suburbs of Emganwini and Nketa have gone for four days without water and say they now fear disease outbreaks.

Asiagate: Zifa vindicated

Asiagate: Zifa vindicated

ZIFA, led by Cuthbert Dube, feels vindicated by its bid to clean up the game of corruption after convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal finally broke the ice of the match-fixing scandal that rocked Zimbabwe football between 2007 to 2009.

Zvishavane Bulls struggle

Zvishavane Bulls struggle

ZVISHAVANE Bulls’ struggle in the National Rugby League continues tomorrow when they face Bulawayo side Western Panthers in a league match at Zvishavane Sports Club with the hope of collecting maximum points.

Arnold Payne burial today

Arnold Payne burial today

THE Bulawayo City Council has given the go-ahead for renowned city water activist Arnold Payne to be buried at the Lady Stanley Cemetery today.

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