Monthly Archives: June 2015

AKA in hospital

AKA in hospital

The award winning Hip-Hop rapper, AKA, shared a picture of himself in a hospital bed and captioned it “Exhaustion”.

Nokia launches localised datacenter service for telecoms firms

Nokia launches localised datacenter service for telecoms firms

Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia launched a new localised datacenter service for mobile network operators on Monday, enabling the operators to better compete with the likes of Amazon and Google in providing internet services.

Mugabe suffers Nigerian humiliation

Mugabe suffers Nigerian humiliation

President Robert Mugabe was last week accosted by Nigerian journalists who demanded to know when he was going to step down.

Mugabe exit row hots up

Mugabe exit row hots up

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will not retire before 2023 despite the heightened jostling for his post in Zanu PF, his nephew has claimed as the debate over the 91-year-old leader takes yet another twist.

Mnangagwa promises more expulsions

Mnangagwa promises more expulsions

Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday warned that more heads will roll in Zanu PF as the party seeks to cleanse itself of members allegedly plotting to topple President Robert Mugabe.

Caps United make it two in a row

Caps United make it two in a row

CAPS United coach Mark Harrison could not help, but express optimism that the good times are back at the Harare-based outfit after watching his charges dismiss new boys Tsholotsho at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

How Mine switch off ZPC Kariba

How Mine switch off ZPC Kariba

LUKE Masomere’s decision to bring in Charles Sibanda in the second half paid off as he assisted in creating two goals they needed to win their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter against ZPC Kariba at Luveve Stadium.

SA introduces new border rules

SA introduces new border rules

South Africa will today start to roll out its new visa rules for children that are set to affect thousands of Zimbabwean travelers.

Mugabe stifling ambitions

Mugabe stifling ambitions

Ambitions play a catalytic role in the developmental gradient of humans. In Zimbabwean politics expressing political ambitions is sometimes an anathema.

Depositors get $500 following bank’s closure

Depositors get $500 following bank’s closure

THE Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) has begun paying AfrAsia bank depositors a maximum of $500 following the closure of the bank in February.

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