Monthly Archives: February 2015

Presidium wades into farm dispute

Presidium wades into farm dispute

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko is expected to visit troubled Maleme Ranch in Matobo, as tensions increase following its acquisition.

Killer maid jailed 22 years

Killer maid jailed 22 years

A BULAWAYO maid who killed a 10-month-old baby by locking it in a drawer because it was making noise for her while she watched a movie, was yesterday slapped with an effective 22-year jail term by the Bulawayo High Court.

CONTENT IS KING!

CONTENT IS KING!

THE power of ideas is best exemplified by TV shows such as Idols, Britain’s Got Talent and the Voice.

BOSSO START WITH ZPC

BOSSO START WITH ZPC

CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League giants Highlanders will kick off their 2015 campaign with an away trip to last season’s runners-up ZPC Kariba.

Delma Lupepe property goes under the hammer

Delma Lupepe property goes under the hammer

BULAWAYO businessman Delma Lupepe’s business empire continues to collapse with two of his prime residential properties in Bulawayo set to go under the hammer next week over an outstanding debt with Premier Banking Corporation.

FC Platinum brace for Sofapaka challenge

FC Platinum brace for Sofapaka challenge

FC PLATINUM need to avoid complacency when they take on Sofapaka of Kenya in a CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round, second leg tie at Mandava Stadium tomorrow despite carrying a 2-1 score.

Zanu PF warns Mutasa

Zanu PF warns Mutasa

ZANU PF has warned ousted party secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa against standing as the ruling party’s candidate in the Headlands constituency, saying he remained fired and described his actions as absurd.

Intwasa to host Nama winners reception

Intwasa to host Nama winners reception

INTWASA Arts Festival KoBulawayo will host a National National Arts Merit Awards (Nama) winners’ reception tomorrow as the local community continues to honour winners of the national gong event.

UMDC ready for launch

UMDC ready for launch

THE United Movement for Democratic Change (UMDC) is set to have a rally on Sunday at Stanley Square in Makokoba, Bulawayo, with anticipation and excitement growing ahead of the united party’s first rally.

No tariff increase – Zesa

No tariff increase – Zesa

ZESA Holdings says it will not increase tariffs to cover salary arrears, dismissing earlier media reports of an imminent increase as incorrect.

Our Partners:   NewsDay   The Independent   TheStandard  MyClassifieds