Monthly Archives: September 2014

Power shortages cost Sable Chemicals

Power shortages cost Sable Chemicals

TA Holdings expects to finalise a viable electricity tariff for Sable Chemicals during the second half of this year as the unit did not get enough power supply to operate at profitable levels in the six months to June.

Muvhango stars  praise Byo singers

Muvhango stars praise Byo singers

THREE actors from South African soapie Muvhango paid a surprise visit at the Family Voices debut album launch at the Family of God (FOG) Church auditorium in Bulawayo on Saturday.

Ministers must resign: Biti

Ministers must resign: Biti

MDC-T Renewal team frontman Tendai Biti has described the current Zanu PF government as the worst since 1980, urging ministers to resign enmasse for failing to rescue the economy.

Zimbabwean student killed in Canada hit and run

Zimbabwean student killed in Canada hit and run

Friends and family of a University of Waterloo student from Zimbabwe who died in a weekend hit-and-run in Toronto are trying to raise money to send his body home.

HORROR CRASH

HORROR CRASH

THREE people died on the spot when a Toyota Vitz they were travelling in was involved in a head-on collision with a Toyota Condor along Plumtree Road just after Bellevue shopping centre in Bulawayo yesterday.

Why I prefer China: Mugabe

Why I prefer China: Mugabe

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (pictured) told a Chinese TV interviewer that he resents Western international aid because it always depends on conditions such as accepting homosexuality.

Vic Falls chopper crash victims discharged

Vic Falls chopper crash victims discharged

TWO American tourists who were admitted at Health Bridge Hospital on Saturday after a helicopter meant to fly them above the Victoria Falls waterfalls crash-landed soon after take-off were discharged yesterday morning.

Tourists face deportation

Tourists face deportation

TWO tourists whose nationality remains a mystery are set to be deported after they perform community service for theft.

San language lobbyist Banini Moyo dies

San language lobbyist Banini Moyo dies

SAN language lobbyist Moffatt Banini Moyo of Sanqinyana village in Tsholotsho who assisted in the transcribing of literature to the Tshwao language

Daggers out in MDC-T

Daggers out in MDC-T

DAGGERS have been drawn in the MDC-T main wing and women’s assembly where top party officials are reportedly slugging out to land two key posts

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