Monthly Archives: November 2014

30% of Zim firms earn less  than $5 000 annually

30% of Zim firms earn less than $5 000 annually

About 30% of registered companies in Zimbabwe are generating less than $5 000 annually, the national statistics agency has said in a report showing that the country has become a nation of sellers as its manufacturing capacity has collapsed.

Two in court for theft

Two in court for theft

TWO Harare men were yesterday arraigned before Victoria Falls Magistrates’ Courts facing allegations of looting company property worth $26 000.

Hippo  Valley  lose

Hippo Valley lose

ZIMBABWE men representatives in the Hockey Africa Cup of Club Champions Tournament Hippo Valley lost their second match of the tournament when they went down to Egypt Police at Khumalo Hockey Stadium yesterday

Faith Mucha of ZimPraise dates Byo

Faith Mucha of ZimPraise dates Byo

Faith Mucha, a sizzling lead vocalist with ZimPraise is billed for a maiden live concert on Sunday at the Wealthy Word International Church in Bulawayo after successful auditions to join the locally celebrated gospel ensemble early this year.

Masakadza unhappy with dismissal in ODI

Masakadza unhappy with dismissal in ODI

Umpire Anisur Rahman gave Hamilton Masakadza out caught down the leg-side off Mashrafe Mortaza.

President donates vehicle to Brunapeg Mission

President donates vehicle to Brunapeg Mission

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe on Wednesday donated a UD40 four-tonne truck to Brunapeg Parish Mission after being informed about its transport crisis by Senior Minister Simon Khaya Moyo.

Mat Tuskers cruise home by an innings

Mat Tuskers cruise home by an innings

Matabeleland Tuskers beat MidWest Rhinos by an innings and 95 runs in the Logan Cup match at Kwekwe Sports Club yesterday.

Tsholotsho FC honours players

Tsholotsho FC honours players

ZIFA Southern Region Division One 2014 season champions and Premier Soccer League (PSL) debutants Tsholotsho Football Club will honour their best players at a ceremony at Roman Catholic Hall in Tsholotsho tomorrow.

‘O’ Level English exam questionable

‘O’ Level English exam questionable

THE credibility of the 2014 ‘O’ Level English examination written on Monday could be questioned again amid revelations that the recently reset English Paper 1 could have leaked following a boob by authorities at a rural school in Matabeleland South.

Cassper Nyovest: Most talked about SA rapper

Cassper Nyovest: Most talked about SA rapper

It is without a doubt that Cassper Nyovest has had an incredible year with multiple hits, international collaborations, endorsement deals, and number one hip-hop album for consecutive weeks on iTunes.

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