Monthly Archives: September 2014

Zoey dancer strips  naked on stage

Zoey dancer strips naked on stage

A DANCER with the group Sexy Angels led by erotic dancer Zoey was yesterday arraigned before the Zvishavane Magistrates’ Court for stripping naked while performing on stage in the booming mining town.

€4,2m for textile, clothing industry expansion in Zim

€4,2m for textile, clothing industry expansion in Zim

THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) on Friday made available a total of €4,2 million in funds to kick start the implementation of the Zimbabwe Cotton-to-Clothing Strategy (2014 to 2019) launched by the Industry and Commerce minister Mike Bimha.

Mudenda bares soul

Mudenda bares soul

SPEAKER of Parliament Jacob Mudenda says he witnessed the torture and murder of some of the more than 20 000 people in Matabeleland and parts of the Midlands during the dark years of Gukurahundi in the early 1980s, but was powerless to stop it.

Karatekas graded in Tsholotsho

Karatekas graded in Tsholotsho

EIGHTY-FOUR karatekas from the Karate Academy of Zimbabwe converged in Tsholotsho for a grading ceremony on Saturday.

Byo shines at fashion show

Byo shines at fashion show

BULAWAYO excelled at this year’s Zimbabwe Fashion Week (ZFW) held at the Harare City Library as Craig Zoowie emerged style icon of year and Gilmore Tee Moyo was among the top three nominees for the award.

‘Zanu PF has gay gangsters’

‘Zanu PF has gay gangsters’

THE internecine Zanu PF factional fights ahead of the December elective congress have turned into a dirty mudslinging match with senior party officials publicly labelling each other as spies and gay gangsters.

Zanu PF Mwenezi backs Mujuru

Zanu PF Mwenezi backs Mujuru

AS LOBBYING for posts in Zanu PF reaches fever pitch ahead of the crunch elective congress slated for December, the party’s Mwenezi district has openly thrown its weight behind Vice-President Joice Mujuru to retain her current position in the presidium.

Zanu PF to decide  on VP, chairperson

Zanu PF to decide on VP, chairperson

ZANU PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo yesterday said the party is yet to discuss and agree on guidelines to be followed by provinces in nominating their preferred candidates to fill the positions of second vice-president and national chairperson.

Nkayi villagers electrify schools

Nkayi villagers electrify schools

NKAYI villagers in Matabeleland North pooled resources together to electrify six schools in wards 20 and 21 after years of frustration waiting for the government’s rural electrification programme.

Man accused of impregnating daughter (13)

Man accused of impregnating daughter (13)

A 36-year-old Chivi man appeared in the Masvingo Magistrates’ Court on Friday facing incest and rape charges for impregnating his 13-year-old daughter.

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