Monthly Archives: April 2015

Gatvol Zuma turns on African leaders

Gatvol Zuma turns on African leaders

It’s no more Mr Nice Guy as President Jacob Zuma defies his naysayers to crack down on border-hopping, illegal immigrants.

First 2015 ZITF public day a big yawn

First 2015 ZITF public day a big yawn

THE 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) continued on a subdued note on the first public day of the exhibition today.

Delani Makhalima meets African Union

Delani Makhalima meets African Union

DELANI MAKHALIMA was invited to be part of a roundtable discussion by African Union Social Affairs director, ambassador Owalale Malyegun, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, yesterday to discuss use of music, culture and entertainment as tool for the development of a new Africa.

Hwange power station shut down, power cuts to worsen

Hwange power station shut down, power cuts to worsen

Zimbabwe’s electricity generation has fallen to 801 megawatts (MW), less than half of peak demand, after a systems disturbance shut down Hwange Thermal Power and maintenance works at other plants with power outages likely to worsen, the company Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has said.

Samsung recover, smartphone lead over Apple

Samsung recover, smartphone lead over Apple

Samsung retook the lead in the global smartphone market in the first quarter, as gains in emerging market sales helped it overtake Apple, a research group said on Wednesday.

Chelsea poised to celebrate first title in five years

Chelsea poised to celebrate first title in five years

Chelsea have been accused of being boring but they will not mind one bit if they beat Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday to win the Premier League title for the first time in five years

Jay Z and Beyoncé sticking together because of business?

Jay Z and Beyoncé sticking together because of business?

HIP HOP super couple Jay Z and Beyoncé have encountered more rumoured problems in their marriage, this time it’s speculated that it would be hard for the couple to split because of their joint business ventures.

Welshman Ncube: Zuma wrong person at wrong time

Welshman Ncube: Zuma wrong person at wrong time

The timing of President Jacob Zuma’s rhetorical question as to why African immigrants some of whom have been victims of xenophobic violence are not in their countries is all wrong, coming at the wrong time from the wrong person.

Pasuwa set for Warriors hot seat

Pasuwa set for Warriors hot seat

KALISTO Pasuwa has been recommended to lead the Warriors for the 2017 African Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers and will also double as head coach of the Young Warriors.

Mugabe rebukes ‘uneducated’ Kalangas

Mugabe rebukes ‘uneducated’ Kalangas

President Robert Mugabe Wednesday described members of the Kalanga tribe, mostly found in Matabeleland South, as uneducated and accused them of flocking to South Africa where they Are engaged in criminal activities.

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