Monthly Archives: August 2014

Soldiers go berserk,  beat up residents

Soldiers go berserk, beat up residents

ROWDY soldiers allegedly went on a rampage at Gutu growth point on Tuesday evening randomly assaulting residents in bars and at the bus terminus, leaving many injured.

Black Umfolosi concert packs crowds

Black Umfolosi concert packs crowds

LAST WEEK, one of Zimbabwe’s foremost music groups lured a full house to the National Art Gallery in Bulawayo. The imbube ensemble which has over two decades of music-making under its belt, managed to pull off a feat that other local acts dream about, ie to get everyday Joe and Busi to attend a show at night.

Grasshopper mentality versus yes, we can

Grasshopper mentality versus yes, we can

“WE were like grasshoppers in our sight and so we were in their sight.” This was the account given by 10 out of 12 spies whom Moses had sent to spy the land of Canaan.

Women target increased gold production

Women target increased gold production

UNITED Women Mining Association (UWMA) is targeting to increase gold production by 3 kgs per month in the near future, an official has said.

Gweru is suffering too

Gweru is suffering too

THE decision by the Gweru City Council to shut down Go-Beer Breweries, though expected, is dispiriting for those who still habour hopes of a quick economic revival.

Fun-filled weekend in Gweru

Fun-filled weekend in Gweru

GWERU will this weekend be a hive of activity as musicians descend on the city for various performances.

Goodenough Gold Mine risks property attachment

Goodenough Gold Mine risks property attachment

GOODENOUGH Gold Mine in Matobo has been ordered to pay its workers more than $90 000 or risk its property being attached, Southern Eye Business has established.

NDEBELE COMMUNICATION: Vocal but non-verbal forms

NDEBELE COMMUNICATION: Vocal but non-verbal forms

WHAT is vocal but non-verbal? This title may be misleading.

MDC –T founders speak on posts

MDC –T founders speak on posts

SOME founding members of the MDC yesterday blamed the elevation into strategic positions people they described as omafikizolo (Johnny-come-lately) for the problems bedevilling the opposition party.

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