Monthly Archives: September 2014

Gweru man stabs brother

Gweru man stabs brother

A 22-YEAR-OLD Gweru man yesterday pleaded not guilty when he appeared in court for allegedly assaulting his older brother.

No foul play  in sex worker  house death

No foul play in sex worker house death

BULAWAYO magistrate Gladmore Mushove has ruled that there was no foul play in the death of Highlanders Football Club supporter Mazo Mgura at a sex worker’s house a year ago.

Hwange hold Rovers

Hwange hold Rovers

HWANGE failed to capitalise on Highlanders’ loss to move into fourth place and a possible Mbada Diamonds Cup slot when they played a goalless draw against struggling Bantu Rovers in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League game at Hartsfield Rugby Ground yesterday.

Punish soccer hooligans

Punish soccer hooligans

THE violence that erupted after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) match between Highlanders FC and ZPC Kariba on Sunday was bad advertisement for local football and the demon has to be exorcised immediately.

Poultry makes concessions for United States

Poultry makes concessions for United States

South African poultry producers are considering granting concessions on the access of United States chickens into the local market in order to help secure the renewal of the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa).

Suicide cases spiral in Byo

Suicide cases spiral in Byo

ALTHOUGH suicide rates are difficult to ascertain in Zimbabwe because of variations in the way officials report causes of death, the number of people taking their own lives seems to be on the increase countrywide.

Chiefs bemoan poor education

Chiefs bemoan poor education

TWO NKAYI chiefs have blamed the district’s underdevelopment on lack of education facilities and reluctance by parents to send their children to school.

Ebola fears cost Zim millions

Ebola fears cost Zim millions

Zimbabwe has lost about $6 million in potential tourism revenue in the past few months due to fears of the Ebola virus ravaging some countries in West Africa, an official said Monday.

‘Generations 16’ step up fight

‘Generations 16’ step up fight

The “Generations 16” are hoping that it’s third time lucky as they add a labour court bid to their battle against the popular soapie executive producer Mfundi Vundla.

Kaindu stays

Kaindu stays

HIGHLANDERS yesterday skirted the much-talked-about issue of coach Kelvin Kaindu’s performance at the club and instead dwelt on the skirmishes that characterised the end of the match against ZPC Kariba at Hartsfield Rugby Grounds on Sunday.

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