Monthly Archives: October 2014

Book Title: What is Wrong With BEING BLACK (Part 2)

Book Title: What is Wrong With BEING BLACK (Part 2)

THE bottom line of this sad discussion about us the blacks is that “we seem to belong at the bottom of the pile, or the bottom of the pyramid, economically, socially, physically, mentally, etc,” page 7.

Black  Uhuru spreads wings

Black Uhuru spreads wings

ENTUMBANE entertainment ensemble Black Uhuru will tomorrow perform at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre in an effort to widen their support base in the city.

Paramount to spend $3m on Archer Clothing

Paramount to spend $3m on Archer Clothing

PARAMOUNT Garments plans to spend $3 million in resuscitating the operations of Bulawayo-based Archer Clothing if creditors approve its bid to take over the manufacturing firm next month.

Mzembi speaks on Region V Games

Mzembi speaks on Region V Games

TOURISM and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi says the hosting of the African Union Sport Council Region V Under-20 Youth Games by Bulawayo in December provides a litmus test for the country’s capability of hosting the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in 2017.

SA cops to probe Zim torture

SA cops to probe Zim torture

South Africa’s Constitutional Court (ConCourt) ordered the South African Police Service (Saps) yesterday to investigate claims of torture against senior Zimbabwean officials.

Can nepotism be good?

Can nepotism be good?

TODAY there is a widespread perception of a tilt towards nepotism; the political class along with other sectors of our society is increasingly filled with the offspring of established parents.

Mining, biofuels ‘drive need for more efficient farms’

Mining, biofuels ‘drive need for more efficient farms’

Mining and biofuels are competing with agriculture for land in South Africa, putting pressure on farmers to become more efficient, particularly through the use of technology.

Judge embarrasses Kembo Mohadi

Judge embarrasses Kembo Mohadi

HOME AFFAIRS minister Kembo Mohadi has suffered a blow in his quest to grab a fuel station in Beitbridge after a High Court judge barred him from interfering with operations of an investor — AfricOil, which has bought the liquidated fuel depot Red Queen for about $2,3 million.

NDEBELE RELIGION PART II

NDEBELE RELIGION PART II

A DISCUSSION of the Ndebele religious system can best be considered in two parts both from a historical point of view.

Triangle hold Chicken Inn

Triangle hold Chicken Inn

DEFENDER Lawrence Mhlanga’s goal secured a point for Chicken Inn as they drew against Triangle in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at Hartsfield Rugby Ground yesterday.

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