Monthly Archives: November 2014

Inter coach faces more flak

Inter coach faces more flak

Inter Milan coach Walter Mazzarri was facing increased calls for his sacking yesterday after a 2-0 defeat to Parma that prompted a storm on social media involving the wife of former Inter marksman Antonio Cassano.

Mayor’s no-show riles vendors

Mayor’s no-show riles vendors

THE absence of Bulawayo mayor Martin Moyo at Friday’s Zimbabwe Chamber of Informal Economy Association (ZCIEA) conference in Bulawayo sparked outrage from members of the association, who accused him of deliberately avoiding hearing their concerns.

Ministers are not above the law

Ministers are not above the law

THE High Court judgment stopping Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi from grabbling a fuel station in Beitbridge will go a long way in restoring confidence in the judicial system.

Ebola panic hits  South Africa

Ebola panic hits South Africa

Ebola has not yet hit South Africa, but companies who have sailed north looking for extra profit are feeling some rather sickening economic effects.

Changing face of democracy

Changing face of democracy

THE last week of October was pretty morbid with the death of an African statesman President Michael Sata. He was affectionately known as “King Cobra” because he had an acidic mouth famous for spewing vitriol.

Starvation hits Binga

Starvation hits Binga

VILLAGERS in Binga are on the verge of starvation as food is increasingly becoming scarce in the district, amid reports in some areas they were surviving on a wild fruit called busika, botanically known as tamarind indica.

ZRU set to  tie up DHL  sponsorship deal

ZRU set to tie up DHL sponsorship deal

THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) look set to strike a sponsorship deal with global logistics giant DHL International for their grassroots development programmes and the forthcoming CAR Sevens Men’s tournament to be hosted in the country at the end of the month.

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