Monthly Archives: October 2014

Fifa pledge to assist Zifa

Fifa pledge to assist Zifa

FIFA development officer for Southern Africa Ashford Mamelodi says the world soccer governing body will assist financially-troubled Zifa to settle its ballooning debt which now amounts to almost $6 million.

Close contest  at Mandava

Close contest at Mandava

WITH a point separating FC Platinum and Chicken Inn in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League, an intriguing encounter is expected at Mandava Stadium tomorrow when the two clash in a league match.

HAZ urges Beitbridge sanity

HAZ urges Beitbridge sanity

THE Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) has urged the government to end the chaos at the country’s border posts, especially Beitbridge, to improve tourist inflows.

City revellers cheated

City revellers cheated

CONFUSION surrounds the string of shows that failed to take off in Bulawayo last weekend with the organisers failing to explain what led to the cancellations.

Who stole all the good music?

Who stole all the good music?

WHAT happened to real music that carries with it lessons and memories that linger forever?

MDC refutes bail scramble claims

MDC refutes bail scramble claims

THE MDC has denied reports that its members were scrambling for a $2 000 bail refund the party had posted for Charles Thomas, who faced treason allegations and instead accused its former Bulawayo province spokesperson of dishonesty.

Fazak hosts fun day

Fazak hosts fun day

FAZAK Home and Hyper will this Sunday hold a family fun day which will feature numerous activities for customers.

Zima awards create buzz

Zima awards create buzz

ON Wednesday, the local showbiz glitterati came out in full force to attend the Zima awards with the hope of taking to the stage.

Langa pledges  to support arts

Langa pledges to support arts

SPORT, ARTS AND CULTURE minister Andrew Langa has pledged to work with artistes to uplift the arts industry, saying it has a potential to create employment.

MDC-T congress begins in Harare

MDC-T congress begins in Harare

OPPOSITION party MDC-T will from today hold its congress in Harare, with the highlight being elections to replace party members that joined MDC-Renewal.

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