Monthly Archives: December 2014

New Year Eve hip-hop gig on cards

New Year Eve hip-hop gig on cards

BULAWAYO’S award-winning promoter DJ Mark Vusani of the DJ’s Hangout movement fame is set to host a New Year’s Eve gig “It’s bigger than hip-hop” in Luveve this afternoon at KO SUCCESS shopping forecourt.

Kaindu on verge of Triangle deal

Kaindu on verge of Triangle deal

FORMER Highlanders head coach Kelvin Kaindu could be the next Triangle head coach for the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season.

Two boys drown in flooded river in Beitbridge

Two boys drown in flooded river in Beitbridge

A FISHING escapade of three juveniles ended in tragedy on Sunday afternoon when two drowned in Tsururu River in Beitbridge.

Billiat to put the heat on Chiefs

Billiat to put the heat on Chiefs

Khama Billiat says he is planning to score goals in 2015 that will see Mamelodi Sundowns put pressure on runaway Absa Premier Soccer League leaders Kaizer Chiefs.

Villagers demand clean water

Villagers demand clean water

VILLAGERS at Bezha Nyololo in Matabeleland South have accused the government of neglecting them by failing to provide clean water to their community, saying they have been relying onunclean water since independence.

Prison officer,  lawyer in court over forged warrant

Prison officer, lawyer in court over forged warrant

A SENIOR prison officer based at the Khami Maximum Prison and a lawyer were yesterday locked up in the remand prison after being denied bail following accusations they had allegedly connived to produce a fraudulent warrant of liberation for a serving convict at Khami Maximum Prison in Bulawayo.

2014 a disastrous year

2014 a disastrous year

. . . rendering 14 499 jobless and as at that time this year, 134 firms had shut down, throwing 9 280 people out of work.

2014 year of highs, lows

2014 year of highs, lows

IT has been a good year for some in the country’s entertainment circles, but a turbulent year for others with highs and lows.

Kieran Vincent breaks into top 10

Kieran Vincent breaks into top 10

TOP Zimbabwean junior golfer Kieran Vincent inched closer to the leaders on the third round of the 51st Junior Orange Bowl International Golf in Coral Gables, Florida, US, on Tuesday.

Companies struggle to pay pensions

Companies struggle to pay pensions

AFTER working for 30 years at Ingwebu Breweries, Cephas Ndiweni walked away literally empty handed.

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