Monthly Archives: December 2014

Opposition slams Zanu PF over dates

Opposition slams Zanu PF over dates

OPPOSITION parties have accused the Zanu PF government of abusing power by ordering Harare and Bulawayo schools to close a week earlier to pave way for its congress, which opens in the capital tomorrow.

De Villiers injury further mars Boks defeat

De Villiers injury further mars Boks defeat

South Africa suffered a big blow when Springbok captain Jean de Villiers was injured during their 12-6 defeat to Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday.

Wishes of the First Lady

Wishes of the First Lady

THOSE involved in the recent Zanu PF constitutional amendments giving President Robert Mugabe complete and unchallenged power to do as he pleases should not speak when the wily old fox uses his prerogative to sideline them.

Cut the rhetoric, act against  gender-based violence

Cut the rhetoric, act against gender-based violence

How do governments in Southern Africa plan to stop violence against women without realistic targets, effective indicators and commitment?

Contact condemns gender-based violence

Contact condemns gender-based violence

CONTACT Family Counselling Centre on Thursday held commemorations to mark 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence at a function at Mbonqane Primary School in Umguza.

Power shifts as Apple sparkles, Samsung falls

Power shifts as Apple sparkles, Samsung falls

WHAT a difference a year makes. In late 2013, Korea’s Samsung was still riding high on the success of its Galaxy S4 and Note 3 smartphones, while some analysts were questioning whether rival Apple had simply stopped innovating after the death of chief executive Steve Jobs in October 2011.

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