Monthly Archives: May 2015

Mpilo Hospital workers in court

Mpilo Hospital workers in court

TWO employees at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo were yesterday taken to court accused of pocketing $30 paid by a patient for an X-ray.

Real Madrid keep pressure on Barca

Real Madrid keep pressure on Barca

Real Madrid kept alive their hopes of overhauling La Liga leaders Barcelona when a James Rodriguez stunner set up a serene 3-0 home victory over struggling Almeria on Wednesday.

South Africa rounds up foreigners

South Africa rounds up foreigners

South African police arrested 198 illegal immigrants in a raid in Johannesburg yesterday, officials said, after a spate of xenophobic attacks that has thrust millions of foreign workers into the spotlight.

Strike shuts down Gweru clinics

Strike shuts down Gweru clinics

Gweru City Council clinics were yesterday turning away patients after nurses joined the strike by employees of the local authority that began on Tuesday

Man beats up father over witchcraft

Man beats up father over witchcraft

A 19-YEAR-OLD Bulawayo man, Tanaka Hindoga Ndlovu, appeared in court yesterday facing charges of beating up his father whom he accused of being a wizard.

Xenophobia spoken in tongues

Xenophobia spoken in tongues

One must always watch what comes out of one’s mouth. You could be the spark of the world’s next Sarajevo incident.

Mphoko got it all wrong

Mphoko got it all wrong

The Sunday News (26/04/2015) and the Daily News of the same day reported that Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko was in Bulawayo drumming up support for Zanu PF candidates who are vying for positions left vacant by the recalled MDC Renewal Team MPs.

Zifa Board meets over Pasuwa contract

Zifa Board meets over Pasuwa contract

THE Zifa Board is expected to meet tomorrow to ratify the High Performance Committee (HPC)’s recommendation for Kalisto Pasuwa as coach of the Warriors.

Workers say they have nothing to celebrate

Workers say they have nothing to celebrate

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary-general Japhet Moyo yesterday said the theme for this year’s Workers’ Day commemorations, “Workers Under Siege, Arise and Fight” was the most appropriate as it highlights the grim situation faced by employees.

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