Monthly Archives: August 2014

Jabulani Sibanda causes uproar

Jabulani Sibanda causes uproar

SOME Zanu PF politburo members from Bulawayo province yesterday described war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda as a divisive figure, saying he should not be supported for the ruling party’s chairmanship.

‘Prophet’ strips family naked

‘Prophet’ strips family naked

A MAZVIHWA family in Zvishavane district was duped by a self-styled prophet who told them to strip naked and bathe while he stole their money after they had sought spiritual cleansing from him.

Zanu PF  activists  absolve minister

Zanu PF activists absolve minister

ZANU PF supporters that illegally occupied Mazwi Nature Reserve have dismissed as untrue reports that they invaded the Bulawayo City Council property at the instigation of Provincial Affairs minister Eunice Sandi Moyo.

Family survives accident

Family survives accident

A BULAWAYO family missed death by a whisker when the vehicle they were travelling in was rammed into by a commuter omnibus along Old Khami Road yesterday morning.

Gweru gets facelift

Gweru gets facelift

GWERU City Council has embarked on a major facelift of the civic centre by renovating Town House as well as repainting, repairing gutters and resuscitating the garden of the council offices.

Region V Games mascot to be unveiled

Region V Games mascot to be unveiled

THE African Union Sports Council Region V Under-20 Games mascot’s name will be announced on Tuesday before the mascot is unveiled on September 6, local organising committee marketing directorKennedy Ndebele said yesterday.

NRZ evicts ex-workers

NRZ evicts ex-workers

MORE than 50 former National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees were yesterday left homeless after being evicted from the parastatal’s houses in Westgate, Bulawayo.

Ukwendiselana lokuthathana – Part 3

Ukwendiselana lokuthathana – Part 3

Some people choose to have two wedding celebrations, namely, a Town celebration and a Rural celebration.

Cara, Mirza off to a good start

Cara, Mirza off to a good start

CARA Black’s quest for a sixth Grand Slam women’s doubles title got off to a smooth start on Wednesday at the US Open in New York as she and her partner Sania Mirza easily defeated the Czech Republic’s Pliskova twins, Karolina and Krystina, in straight sets.

Allied Bank drama

Allied Bank drama

ALLIED Bank staff in Bulawayo yesterday evening abandoned clients inside the banking hall after they refused to leave without accessing their money.

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