Monthly Archives: May 2015

US completes Naletale monument restoration

US completes Naletale monument restoration

RESTORATION of the Naletale Monument in Midlands Province, which began last year in March through a $64 000 funding from the United States Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation, has now been completed.

Zanu PF blames potholes for boy’s death

Zanu PF blames potholes for boy’s death

ZANU PF aspiring MP for Pumula, Godfrey Malaba, yesterday expressed sadness over the death of a nine-year-old boy fatally struck by a party campaign vehicle on Monday, but was quick to blame potholes.

Zanu PF posters spark outrage

Zanu PF posters spark outrage

BULAWAYO residents and political analysts have expressed outrage over Zanu PF’s June 10 by-election campaign flyers begging the electorate to vote for its candidates for the city to “be part of Zimbabwe”.

The economics of happiness

The economics of happiness

I am a lawyer by profession and a politician by choice, but this week I want to delve into a familiar, but treacherous issue of human behaviour – happiness.

MDC-T Bulawayo backs Khupe

MDC-T Bulawayo backs Khupe

MDC-T Bulawayo province has leapt to the party’s vice-president Thokozani Khupe’s defence following allegations that she is sponsoring independent candidates contesting in the June 10 parliamentary by-elections.

Zanu PF poll car kills boy

Zanu PF poll car kills boy

A nine-year-old boy died while his friend was left nursing injuries after they were hit by a Zanu PF campaign vehicle on Monday in Pumula North high-density suburb, Bulawayo.

Three TM managers lodge complaint against lawyer

Three TM managers lodge complaint against lawyer

THREE TM Supermarkets managers in Bulawayo have filed a complaint at the Labour Court against the chain store’s lawyer Advocate Thabani Mpofu accusing him of threatening to terminate their contracts for challenging management in a labour dispute.

Tsholotsho target win over Caps United

Tsholotsho target win over Caps United

PREMIERSHIP newcomers Tsholotsho head coach Lizwe Sweswe is optimistic his charges will register a much-needed victory over Harare giants Caps United when the two teams meet in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter at Barbourfields Stadium on
Sunday.

From Karigamombe to Africa Unity Square

From Karigamombe to Africa Unity Square

The NewsDay of May 9 2015 carried an article: Harare Councillors Agree To Erect Nkomo Statue At Africa Unity Square.

Phiri stays as PSL boss

Phiri stays as PSL boss

TWINE Phiri will remain as chairman of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) despite disposing off a controlling stake in Caps United.

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