Monthly Archives: December 2014

Doves in trouble  over radio stations

Doves in trouble over radio stations

DOVES Funeral Service in Victoria Falls was last week arraigned before the Magistrates’ Courts for possessing two base set radio stations without a valid licence.

ZC appoints  Whatmore

ZC appoints Whatmore

NEWLY-APPOINTED Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) team coach Davenell “Dav” Whatmore says he will put his focus on establishing the best possible environment around the team as he targets a place in the Super Eight stage at the upcoming Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Connecting to the supernatural

Connecting to the supernatural

2 Kings 2 vs 8: “Now Elijah took his mantle, rolled it up, and struck the water; and it was divided this way and that, so that the two of them crossed over on dry ground.”

Council litter management move rejected

Council litter management move rejected

BULAWAYO City Council has come under fire over its decision to engage the services of the police and the army to curb littering in the city, with the move being described as “anti-people” and autocratic.

Darkness,fear

Darkness,fear

THE long history of man’s existence has been dominated by the presence of fear. Weapons have been fashioned to cushion us from our perpetual fear of the known and the unknown and the seen and the unseen.

Brace for a bleak 2015

Brace for a bleak 2015

AS the curtain comes down on 2014, Zimbabweans look set for another bleak New Year as indications are that the faction-riddled ruling Zanu PF is still clueless on rescuing the prevailing moribund economy in the next twelve months.

FC Platinum finalise Confederation Cup squad

FC Platinum finalise Confederation Cup squad

FC PLATINUM will only register players that have completed their moves to the club for the 12th edition of the Orange Caf Confederation Cup, the club has said.

Rand softer ahead of local trade data

Rand softer ahead of local trade data

The rand was steady in early trade yesterday, but operating in a weaker environment ahead of the release of local trade data later in the day.

NRZ employee faces jail term for stealing diesel

NRZ employee faces jail term for stealing diesel

AN EMPLOYEE with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is in trouble after he allegedly decided to steal 25 litres of diesel from the parastatal’s diesel plant, where he was employed as a fitter.

Ndebele kingdom to be revived

Ndebele kingdom to be revived

THE Khumalo family says the revival of the Ndebele kingdom and installation of a new king — long a contentious issue — should be resolved next year, an issue likely to stir up further controversy over Ndebele royalty.

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