Monthly Archives: May 2015

Highlanders players back at training

Highlanders players back at training

THINGS returned to normal in the Highlanders camp after a one-day strike over outstanding winning bonuses as players returned to training ahead of their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against FC Platinum tomorrow at Mandava.

Fifa crisis

Fifa crisis

ZURICH — The Confederation of African Football (Caf) says it is backing Fifa president Sepp Blatter ahead of today’s election as Swiss authorities said yesterday there were no plans as yet to question the veteran leader in their investigation of money laundering and corruption allegations against football’s main international body.

New Hwange power plant takes shape

New Hwange power plant takes shape

INDEPENDENT power producer, Co-Ash Resources, is undertaking an environment assessment in Matabeleland North Province ahead of the construction of a thermal power plant in Hwange.

Political tension rises in Byo

Political tension rises in Byo

The intra-party conflicts in the MDC-T camp have reached unprecedented levels with some senior members alleging that their lives are under threat from other party members, a Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) report has alleged.

Prof Moyo attacks ‘Mnangagwa successionists’ on Twitter

Prof Moyo attacks ‘Mnangagwa successionists’ on Twitter

Information Minister, Jonathan Moyo has taken to microblogging site, Twitter to attack people he described as “shocking self-styled pro VP Mnangagwa successionists” whom he accused of “reproducing Gamatox epithets against erstwhile Cdes!”

3 die in bus accident

3 die in bus accident

THREE people died on the spot while 13 others were injured when a cross-border Tombs Motorways bus was hit by a haulage truck at the 72km peg along the Shurugwi-Zvishavane Road yesterday morning.

Sex workers can’t be arrested: ConCourt

Sex workers can’t be arrested: ConCourt

THE Constitutional Court (ConCourt) yesterday outlawed the arrest of sex workers on charges of loitering “for purposes of prostitution”, in a landmark ruling.

Bosso players boycott training

Bosso players boycott training

Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants Highlanders’ players boycotted training yesterday demanding their winning bonuses for the matches against Dongo Sawmill, Flame Lily and WhaWha.

Lenovo HORIZON 2e Two-in-One Tabletop PC

Lenovo HORIZON 2e Two-in-One Tabletop PC

Use the HORIZON 2e as an all-in-one PC with an adjustable screen angle and wireless keyboard and mouse, or lay it flat and enjoy an unprecedented multi-user experience, using it as a new category of device — a tabletop PC. Allow friends and family to interact as they enjoy gaming, entertainment, and education on a single device — together.

Do you just have a ring or you revel in marriage?

Do you just have a ring or you revel in marriage?

Marriage was never meant to be complicated and hard, as most of us experience. I think it was meant to be the most exciting and refreshing of all human relationships.

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