Monthly Archives: March 2015

Xenophobic attacks erupt in SA after king’s speech

Xenophobic attacks erupt in SA after king’s speech

DURBAN – About 120 foreign nationals who were attacked in Isipingo spent Monday night at the local police station. According…

Thief drives off in minister’s car

Thief drives off in minister’s car

TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu’s Land Cruiser Prado was allegedly stolen last week after a man believed to be a South African national hired it on the pretext that he was attending a wedding in Matobo and disappeared.

Gumbura in court over riots

Gumbura in court over riots

NINE inmates at Chikurubi Maximum Prison, suspected of organising the fatal food riots that occurred at the correctional centre last week, appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Courts yesterday on charges of attempting to escape from lawful custody, malicious damage to property and negligence.

Zanu PF officials in stampede for seats

Zanu PF officials in stampede for seats

ZANU PF’s Bulawayo provincial executive has been flooded with CVs from senior and junior officials scrambling for five vacant parliamentary seats, after the MDCs said they will boycott upcoming by-elections.

Fired MPs to contest polls

Fired MPs to contest polls

MDC-Renewal will not bar any of its members keen on contesting the forthcoming June by-elections as independents, but the party will not assist them in campaigning.

Many consider urban-rural migration as poverty bites

Many consider urban-rural migration as poverty bites

UNPRECEDENTED unemployment and grinding poverty stalking Zimbabwe’s urban poor families has left many contemplating migrating to the rural areas where life is generally cheaper, a poverty watch pressure group has said.

INJURIES DOG BOSSO

INJURIES DOG BOSSO

HIGHLANDERS head coach Bongani Mafu says he might be forced to convert some of his midfielders to strikers to offset the crisis of wasted chances against Tsholotsho and the injury of forwards Obadiah Tarumbwa and Thomas Chideu.

Zipra steps up property fight

Zipra steps up property fight

ZAPU and Zipra members have stepped up the fight to claim properties confiscated by the Zanu PF government in the 1980s.

Mapeza upbeat despite poor start

Mapeza upbeat despite poor start

NORMAN Mapeza is putting up a brave face in the wake of FC Platinum’s poor start to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season which has seen the Zvishavane miners earning a single point in two matches and staring elimination from continental competition.

Villagers fight displacement

Villagers fight displacement

NDLOVU villagers, on the outskirts of Victoria Falls, have engaged lawyers to stop moves to relocate them to an unknown destination and pave way for the construction of a satellite town.

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