Monthly Archives: October 2014

Sibanda sent by Satan: Mugabe

Sibanda sent by Satan: Mugabe

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday hit out at war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda, whom he accused of being possessed by the devil for opposing First Lady Grace Mugabe’s ascension to the Zanu PF women’s league top post.

Zimbabwe prepare against spin threat

Zimbabwe prepare against spin threat

Hamilton Masakadza is among five Zimbabwe batsmen who are familiar with the conditions in Bangladesh and, therefore, entrusted with the responsibility to counter the home side’s spin attack.

2 drivers killed in accident

2 drivers killed in accident

TWO people, both of them drivers, died on the spot when a Zikhali Motors Bus collided with a South Africa-registered haulage truck 20km outside Bulawayo along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Road yesterday at around 4am.

Black Jesus haunts govt

Black Jesus haunts govt

CONTROVERSIAL self-styled war veterans’ leader and pioneer of the chaotic land reform exercise in 2000, Francis Zimuto, popularly known as Black Jesus, has petitioned Local Government minister Ignatious Chombo, demanding he be made paramount chief of an area that formerly belonged to white commercial farmers, spanning from Bikita Minerals to Mashava.

DO OR DIE

DO OR DIE

FADING giants Highlanders Football Club will be under pressure to secure maximum points when they meet relegated Chiredzi in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Hartsfield Rugby Ground on Sunday.

Time for Byo to shine

Time for Byo to shine

THE returning Zimbabwe Music Awards (Zima) on Wednesday honoured the best musicians in the country with Bulawayo-based artistes scooping some of the coveted honours.

Mzembi mocks $5bn budget

Mzembi mocks $5bn budget

TOURISM and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has described Zimbabwe’s $5 billion national budget as “micky mouse” for a country that is endowed with vast natural resources.

Mujuru faction fired in Masvingo

Mujuru faction fired in Masvingo

A vote of no confidence has been passed on the Masvingo Zanu PF provincial executive led by Retired Brigadier-General Killian Gwanetsa after they were accused of supporting under-fire Vice-President Joice Mujuru, opposing Grace Mugabe’s elevation to be the women’s league boss, alleged incompetence, electoral fraud and disrespect of senior party members, among a raft of other charges.

WHICH WAY ZIMBABWE PART III?

WHICH WAY ZIMBABWE PART III?

OVER the past two weeks, a deliberate overview was made into the principles of democracy and dictatorship.

Ebola awareness  still lacking

Ebola awareness still lacking

THE government has been doing everything possible within its limited resources to prepare the country for any possible Ebola outbreak.

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