Monthly Archives: April 2015

SA not heaven: Mugabe

SA not heaven: Mugabe

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said South Africa isn’t the “heaven” that would-be migrants think it is and countries in the region should do more to curb their citizens from flocking there.

Judge: Why I gave heart eater 18 years

Judge: Why I gave heart eater 18 years

A Western Cape High Court judge explained his reasoning on Wednesday for giving a window tinter an 18 year sentence for murdering a man whose heart was ripped out and cut into neat blocks.

ZITF in Pictures: Day Two

ZITF in Pictures: Day Two

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair entered its second day today characterised by low business activity inside the main arena. Below…

Comatose economy set to revive – Mnangagwa

Comatose economy set to revive – Mnangagwa

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa today (Wednesday) said operationalisation of the Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) One-Stop Shop Investment Centre (OSS) is a prerequisite to revive the comatose economy in Zimbabwe that will simplify and quicken investment processes.

Messi, Neymar, Suarez break Barcelona goal record

Messi, Neymar, Suarez break Barcelona goal record

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez have now scored an incredible 102 goals in all competitions for Barcelona this season, after netting five of the club’s six against Getafe on Tuesday night.

Telecel license cancelled, subscribers given 30 days

Telecel license cancelled, subscribers given 30 days

Telecel Zimbabwe Ltd., a unit of wireless provider VimpelCom Ltd., had its operating license canceled by the country’s regulator and given three months’ notice to decommission equipment.

Zimbabwean ‘cannibal’ jailed

Zimbabwean ‘cannibal’ jailed

Convicted killer Andrew Chimboza was sentenced to 18 years in jail for the brutal murder of Mbuyiselo Michael Manona in the Western Cape High Court earlier today.

Influx of cheap goods shoots utilisation index down

Influx of cheap goods shoots utilisation index down

THE manufacturing sector capacity utilisation is projected to drop by 6% to 30% by year-end as influx of cheap imports is set to continue, the Industry and commerce deputy minister Chiratidzo Mabuwa has said.

Driving goes innovative: Tesla Model S

Driving goes innovative: Tesla Model S

Tesla Motors introduced the Model S sedan for the 2012 model year, a few months after discontinuing its very first model, the Roadster.

South Africa tightens grip over migrants

South Africa tightens grip over migrants

Amid a security crackdown with 1 444 intelligence operatives deployed countrywide on Freedom Day, the government on Tuesday said it was tackling the underlying causes of the spate of xenophobic attacks against foreign nationals.

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