Monthly Archives: July 2015

Bosso close in on Wadi

Bosso close in on Wadi

HIGHLANDERS were by Thursday afternoon still hopeful of acquiring the services of Bulawayo Chiefs’ Ishmael Wadi following reports that frontman Ozias Zibande’s contract will not be renewed by the club.

Killer of Cecil the lion should be extradited, Zimbabwe says

Killer of Cecil the lion should be extradited, Zimbabwe says

US officials have launched an investigation into the killing of a lion in Zimbabwe but say they have been unable to reach the American involved.

Zimbabwe’s walking sick

Zimbabwe’s walking sick

One of the most basic human needs is to be in good health. Poor health inevitably leads to death.

Second-hand clothes banned

Second-hand clothes banned

Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa on Thursday announced several austerity measures, effective from Friday, meant to resuscitate the economy that include new levies and taxes on churches, imported groceries, fertiliser, and a ban on importation of secondhand clothes.

I was not involved in Zimunya deal: Mpofu

I was not involved in Zimunya deal: Mpofu

TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu has washed his hands in the ongoing probe of the Marange-Zimunya Share Ownership Trust telling the Parliamentary Portfolio committee on Youth and Indigenisation that he was not involved in the negotiations for the deal.

Moyo admits ZimAsset failure

Moyo admits ZimAsset failure

ECONOMIC Planning minister Simon Khaya Moyo has conceded that Zanu PF’s much-touted antidote to the economic collapse — the Zimbabwe…

‘Corrupt’ Zanu PF executive ousted

‘Corrupt’ Zanu PF executive ousted

ZANU PF’s Bulawayo youth executive has been ousted on charges of corruption, extortion and tarnishing the image of President Robert Mugabe and his wife, Grace.

Senator bemoans NRZ collapse

Senator bemoans NRZ collapse

NATIONAL RAILWAYS of Zimbabwe passenger trains take up to 20 hours to cover the distance between Harare and Bulawayo instead of eight hours, a legislator has claimed.

Grace Mugabe charity needed  in Matabeleland, says Ndebele

Grace Mugabe charity needed in Matabeleland, says Ndebele

FIRST LADY Grace Mugabe has been challenged to decentralise her charity work by establishing a children’s home in Matabeleland South Province to cater for underprivileged children in the region.

Britain joins Cecil the lion backlash

Britain joins Cecil the lion backlash

Britain yesterday offered to help Zimbabwe to end poaching following the killing of the iconic Cecil the lion near the Hwange National Park early this month.

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