Monthly Archives: August 2014

Shangano Festival for Lupane

Shangano Festival for Lupane

Lupane will in October host the Shangano Arts Festival as part of the organisers’ efforts to take the showcase across the country.

Zim Cricket coach wears brave face

Zim Cricket coach wears brave face

ZIMBABWE national cricket team coach Stephen Mangongo wore a brave face yesterday, declaring his confidence that his team could cause a huge upset when they face a rampant South African side in a triangular series match at Harare Sports Club this morning.

Ebola: Awareness key

Ebola: Awareness key

THE EBOLA outbreak that has claimed over 1 500 lives in West Africa since March has caused panic throughout the world

Simba Sithole  opts for Bosso

Simba Sithole opts for Bosso

SIMBA Sithole has opted for Bulawayo giants Highlanders ahead of his former club How Mine.

ZVA on Region V Games,  national league

ZVA on Region V Games, national league

ZIMBABWE Volleyball Association (ZVA) secretary-general Ringisai Mapondera says local teams set to represent the country in the Region V Club Championships to be held in Mozambique in December will use the national league expected to start in October to prepare for the competition.

Zimbabwe-China: What’s the deal?

Zimbabwe-China: What’s the deal?

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe is currently in China on a week-long State visit, amid mounting economic woes back home.

Make your own: John Legend  no more coming to town!

Make your own: John Legend no more coming to town!

“ONE Night With John Legend” was the talk of the town among connoisseurs of good soulful music up till an announcement about the cancellation was made on ZiFM by Davies Events Management, the show promoters.

Bulawayo sues Econet

Bulawayo sues Econet

Econet Wireless is engaged in a tug of war with the Bulawayo City Council over a debt of more than $48 700 in unpaid rates.

Ignore build-up at your own peril

Ignore build-up at your own peril

ANYTHING taking place at Zanu PF is a harbinger for something in the offing. Close followers of Zanu PF politics will agree.

Does inequality work for us

Does inequality work for us

IN 1928 MAYNARD KEYNES guessed that within a hundred years, the standard of living in Western Europe and America would be between four and eight times as high as it is was at that time.

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