Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pressure is on FC Platinum: Sweswe

Pressure is on FC Platinum: Sweswe

TSHOLOTSHO Football Club coach Lizwe Sweswe believes FC Platinum will be under pressure when the two sides meet in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) encounter at Mandava Stadium tomorrow afternoon.
TSHOLOTSHO Football Club coach Lizwe Sweswe believes FC Platinum will be under pressure when the two sides meet in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) encounter at Mandava Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Ncube cautions Zuma

Ncube cautions Zuma

MDC leader Welshman Ncube yesterday said Zimbabwe needs to self-introspect in the wake of the xenophobic attacks instead of heaping all the blame on South Africa.

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

Mnangagwa decries GMB rot

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday took the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) management to task over its failure to pay farmers for grain deliveries despite receiving money for strategic grain reserves from Treasury each year.

Evelyn student hides baby in satchel

Evelyn student hides baby in satchel

A 17-YEAR-OLD Evelyn High School student allegedly gave birth at the school premises, shoved the infant into her school bag and hid it in a wardrobe at home, leading to its death.

Bread price set to go up

Bread price set to go up

THE price of bread may go up anytime soon, weeks after it was reduced, following an introduction of a 20% import duty on wheat.

Activist attacks Mphoko over Dabengwa

Activist attacks Mphoko over Dabengwa

VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko has been told to shut up as his liberation war and personal history is allegedly soiled.

Mberengwa villagers  get free treatment

Mberengwa villagers get free treatment

OVER 500 Mberengwa villagers suffering from various ailments received free medical care at Mposi Clinic on Tuesday courtesy of the Jewish Voice International Ministries.

Khupe aides seek UK asylum

Khupe aides seek UK asylum

TWO aides of former Deputy Prime Minister Thokozani Khuphe have reportedly fled the country and sought asylum in the United Kingdom claiming that members of the dreaded Central Intelligence Organisation were after them.

Tsholotsho headman up for poaching

Tsholotsho headman up for poaching

A TSHOLOTSHO village headman accused of unlawful possession of ivory had his application for discharge dismissed at the Hwange Magistrates’ Courts yesterday while his two subjects facing similar charges were acquitted for lack of evidence.

Bee attack leaves woman hospitalised

Bee attack leaves woman hospitalised

A New Luveve granny is reportedly battling for life at Bulawayo’s Mpilo Central Hospital after she was attacked by a swarm of bees on Tuesday.

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