Monthly Archives: November 2014

LG Foods  semis on

LG Foods semis on

THE semi-finals of the Zifa Southern Region LG Foods tournament are on tomorrow with Black Boots hosting ZPC Hwange in Fairbridge while Hwange Juniors entertain Plumtree Chiefs in the coal mining town.

Midlands police boss defies court order

Midlands police boss defies court order

THE officer commanding police in the Midlands Province, Assistant Commissioner Shadreck Mubaiwa, has been brought before the High Court for allegedly refusing to enforce a court order in a mining dispute.

Idols SA releases  another hot star

Idols SA releases another hot star

Idols SA season 10 is done and dusted with the birth of a new star, Vincent Bones. Vincent pipped Bongie to the title amid revelation he received the highest number of votes ever.

CCZ urges protection of consumers

CCZ urges protection of consumers

THE Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) says the government should enact laws that promote consumer rights and protect them from unscrupulous business practices that rob them their hard-earned cash.

Mabaleka Under-18 football tourney set for tomorrow

Mabaleka Under-18 football tourney set for tomorrow

THE inaugural Mabaleka Under-18 football tournament kicks off tomorrow at Hartsfield Rugby Ground.

Artistses encouraged to embrace social media platforms

Artistses encouraged to embrace social media platforms

ARTISTES have been encouraged to take advantage of social media to market themselves as well as expand their horizons.

Veld fires affecting growth of economy

Veld fires affecting growth of economy

THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has bemoaned the increase in loss of lives and destruction of infrastructure and property by veld fires this year saying this negatively affected the growth of the economy.

X-RATED COMEDY NIGHT

X-RATED COMEDY NIGHT

It’s easy to lose friends in this business and that’s sad. The risk is always looming.

MIC launches debut album

MIC launches debut album

Gospel hip-hop group Man in Christ (MIC) is scheduled to launch a debut album Rebuild the City at Life Spring Church on December 6.

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