Braving winding border queues and bumper to bumper streams of traffic from South Africa to Zimbabwe, thousands of Zimbabwean travellers have made it home for the holidays.
THE headline says it all: A dark narrative of the depths to which the human soul plunged in terms of our cultural life. Yes, there were redeeming moments here and there.
THE Bulawayo Athletics Board (BAB) says they are looking forward to host athletics events this year at the newly-refurbished White City Stadium with the hope of producing some of the best athletes in the country.
PEOPLE who stay in the Midlands capital, Gweru, have expressed different views on the fortunes of the city in the New Year that begins today, with some saying they were optimistic things would change for the better, while others pointed to a gloomy 2015.
MATOBO Rhino Initiative Trust (MRIT), a rhino protection organisation, has revealed that it has covered 37 kilometres out of the 52km needing to be fenced at Matopos National Park.
RESPECT starts with respecting oneself. When you think that the person you feed loves you is no longer in the same wavelength with you, it’s best to let it flow or let it go.
“The journey will not be necessarily easy. You are not going to wake up with the right networks and opportunities next to you. You do not have to give up.
Ajax Amsterdam star Thulani Serero was left out of the final 23-member Bafana Bafana squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) to be played from January 17 to February 8 2015.
A MAN from Gwabalanda suburb in Bulawayo allegedly stabbed his girlfriend after a misunderstanding over how many times she had slept with an alleged South Africa-based ex-lover.
FORMER Zimbabwe captain Alistair Campbell has been appointed managing director of the country’s cricket board.