Monthly Archives: June 2015

LSU delays worry legislators

LSU delays worry legislators

MATABELELAND North legislators say qualified lecturers are shunning Lupane State University (LSU) because of lack of accommodation in the provincial capital.

Companies urged to tap into Zambian market

Companies urged to tap into Zambian market

ZIMTRADE, the country’s export promotion body, on Friday urged local companies to venture into the Zambian market to boost their businesses.

Top lawyer Joseph James mourned

Top lawyer Joseph James mourned

PROMINENT Bulawayo lawyer Joseph James’ death has shaken the sporting and legal community who described him as principled and
professional.

Chombo probes Gweru councillors

Chombo probes Gweru councillors

LOCAL Government minister Ignatius Chombo has set up a commission of enquiry to investigate cases of alleged corruption and abuse of funds at Gweru City Council.

Vendors in Vendaland

Vendors in Vendaland

Recently I took a leisurely stroll through the streets of Harare.

Mine Entra 2015 preparations gather pace

Mine Entra 2015 preparations gather pace

PREPARATIONS for the regional Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine Entra) exhibition are at an advanced stage with over 70% of available space having been booked compared to 43% at the same time last year.

Mugabe blocks succession talk

Mugabe blocks succession talk

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s latest rant about Zanu PF factionalism confirms that Vice-President Emmerson Mangangwa will not be his automatic successor, a prominent political analyst said yesterday.

Chapungu, WhaWha draw in Gweru derby

Chapungu, WhaWha draw in Gweru derby

THE first ever Gweru derby in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League ended in a stalemate as WhaWha and Chapungu played a goalless draw at Ascot Stadium yesterday.

Amini saves Yogi

Amini saves Yogi

With Dynamos leading 3-2 after Qadr Amini had given coach David Mandigora some breathing space in the 73rd minute, Highlanders rightback Webster Chingodza flighted a long throw into the box that was headed down by Obadiah Tarumbwa onto the path of Edwin Muzanenhamo.

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

THE government has appealed to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to assist livestock farmers in Matabeleland with stockfeed to avert cattle deaths caused by lack of pastures owing to the prevailing drought.

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