Monthly Archives: October 2014

Cell transforms world commercial life

Cell transforms world commercial life

CELLULAR communication has revolutionised commercial and other aspects of life worldwide.

MSU students debut at Amakhosi

MSU students debut at Amakhosi

THREE Midlands State University (MSU) student son Sunday showcased their debut plays at the Amakhosi Cultural Centre.

Blood of Jesus Christ: What it means to God, Satan and to me- Part II

Blood of Jesus Christ: What it means to God, Satan and to me- Part II

HEBREWS 9 VS 22: “And according to the law almost all things are purified with blood and without shedding of blood there is no remission (or forgiveness).”

Gold poised for worst month in more than a year

Gold poised for worst month in more than a year

Gold held steady above a nine-month low yesterday as Asian equities remained unsettled by political unrest in Hong Kong, but was poised to post its sharpest monthly loss since June 2013 as a rapid climb in the dollar dimmed its appeal.

Ex-director haunts PG

Ex-director haunts PG

FORMER PG Industries marketing director Nkululeko Mabhena last week filed a contempt of court application against PG Industries for failing to reinstate him and produce accounts of his salary and benefits contrary to orders granted by the Bulawayo High Court.

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