Monthly Archives: September 2014

Zhuwao’s wife slaps Mliswa

Zhuwao’s wife slaps Mliswa

EMBATTLED Zanu PF Mashonaland West provincial chairperson Temba Mliswa was yesterday involved in a physical fight with fellow provincial executive, Beauty Zhuwao, following a heated verbal exchange at a meeting in Chinhoyi.

AirZim midnight flight irks passengers

AirZim midnight flight irks passengers

AIR ZIMBABWE’S passengers suffered yet another lengthy delay when those travelling from Harare to Bulawayo arrived in the city at around 1am on Saturday after the flagship carrier again failed to provide a plane for the journey.

Nkomo movement targets Tsholotsho

Nkomo movement targets Tsholotsho

THE Joshua Nkomo Cultural Movement (JNCM) has expanded its tentacles to Tsholotsho in Matabeleland North in a bid to revive, restore and rebuild the lost cultural values among Zimbabweans.

Young Warriors  take on Zebras

Young Warriors take on Zebras

THE Young Warriors play the Botswana senior side in an international friendly match this afternoon at the National Stadium in Gaborone as preparations for the 2016 Rio Olympics qualifiers start to take shape.

Volleyball League  to start next week

Volleyball League to start next week

VOLLEYBALL enthusiasts will get a chance to see clubs from around the country in action when the 2014 Zimbabwe Volleyball Association (ZVA) national league begins in Harare on October 11.

CoFFashion Pop Up an eye opener

CoFFashion Pop Up an eye opener

THE CoFFashion Pop Up event which was held at the National Art gallery in Bulawayo last Saturday was an eye opener to designers as they got a chance to showcase their products and talent to the outside world.

Better milk prices fail to stem exodus

Better milk prices fail to stem exodus

WHILE dairy farmers have benefited from a 20% rise in raw milk prices over the past 12 months, the Milk Producers Organisation says this is not enough to stem the exodus of farmers from the sector.

Sabi Mine raided again

Sabi Mine raided again

THE Deputy Sheriff pounced on the crippled Sabi Gold Mine and took away all scrap, including broken down heavy vehicles and machinery while the mine management is still trying to find ways of appeasing angry workers who have refused to go on unpaid leave.

More women die giving birth

More women die giving birth

MATERNAL deaths recorded at government health centres have been rising steadily since 2012, according to latest statistics from the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (Zimstats).

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