Monthly Archives: November 2014

Mugabe in Unity Accord gamble

Mugabe in Unity Accord gamble

THE present realignment of leadership in Zanu PF could see the historic Unity Accord, signed between PF Zapu and Zanu PF, going up in smoke.

Bosso juniors for Dynamos?

Bosso juniors for Dynamos?

CAN Highlanders players from junior ranks exorcise the ghost that has seen Bosso fail to beat Dynamos when the two sides meet in the Gushungo Victory Cup at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday?

Chinamasa presents flat budget

Chinamasa presents flat budget

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday presented a flat 2015 national budget where he increased the tax-free threshold and reduced taxes on clear beers.

Warriors drop further

Warriors drop further

THE Warriors plunged five places further down the ladder in the latest Fifa/Coca-Cola World rankings yesterday.

More athletes to join Team Zimbabwe

More athletes to join Team Zimbabwe

MORE Team Zimbabwe athletes for the African Union Sports Council Region 5 Under-20 Youth Games which kick off in Bulawayo next Friday were expected to trickle into camp yesterday after finishing their public examinations.

Fire destroys Beitbridge border warehouse

Fire destroys Beitbridge border warehouse

A FIRE broke out at B2B warehouse destroying impounded goods worth thousands of dollars at the Beitbridge border yesterday.

Confusion over school closing date

Confusion over school closing date

CONFUSION surrounds school closing dates after the Primary and Secondary Education ministry circulated a memo saying today was the last day of learning for Harare and Bulawayo schools, while trust schools say they will only close on December 4.

MPOFU’S WAR ROLE QUESTIONED

MPOFU’S WAR ROLE QUESTIONED

TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu recently brandished his liberation war credentials saying he was the best commando, but his former colleagues in Zipra say he may have embellished a little and overstated his role.

Fuel crisis haunts Khami Prison

Fuel crisis haunts Khami Prison

THE Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has been failing to bring remand prisoners from Khami Prison to court due to a fuel crisis plaguing the organisation.

Lady Tshawe rocks

Lady Tshawe rocks

Nomashawekazi Michelle Sangiweyinkosi Damasane, aka Lady Tshawe, is not your typical female artiste content with playing supportive roles to established gurus in the entertainment and arts industry.

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