Monthly Archives: July 2015

Poem chronicling govt ills since 1980 takes kombis by storm

Poem chronicling govt ills since 1980 takes kombis by storm

BARELY two weeks after a song by unknown artistes had taken Bulawayo by storm
chronicling key events in Zimbabwean politics from independence to date, a
poem of a similar nature has been unleashed in protest over various ills
perpetrated by the government in power since 1980.

Businessmen clandestinely acquire company owned by Bubi DA

Businessmen clandestinely acquire company owned by Bubi DA

Businessmen clandestinely acquire company owned by Bubi DA

16 years on: 8 Joshua Nkomo visionary quotes

16 years on: 8 Joshua Nkomo visionary quotes

“I write because I feel that our country is in danger of complete disintegration, to the detriment of all its citizens now living and of generations to come,” Joshua Nkomo wrote to then Prime Minister Robert Mugabe in 1983.

MSU to host international conference

MSU to host international conference

MIDLANDS State University (MSU) will this month host an international research conference on socio-economic development and value addition of natural resources.

Congolese border jumpers nabbed

Congolese border jumpers nabbed

A Democratic Republic of Congo national crossed borders to seek the help of a Zimbabwean prophet, but ended in a Victoria Falls court for border jumping.

Sweet Sweet convicted of gun charges

Sweet Sweet convicted of gun charges

A ZANU PF activist found with a firearm at a Bulawayo church function attended by Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko was yesterday convicted of illegal possession of a fire arm at a public place.

Zanu PF ‘land baron’ put to his defence

Zanu PF ‘land baron’ put to his defence

A ZANU PF activist accused of illegally selling land in Matabeleland South’s Insiza district has a case to answer, a Bulawayo magistrate ruled yesterday.

Councillor denies assaulting driver

Councillor denies assaulting driver

A GWERU councillor accused of assaulting a council employee following a complaint over outstanding salaries has told a court the injuries his accuser showed as evidence were caused by a car accident.

Nkomo ‘turning in his grave’

Nkomo ‘turning in his grave’

LATE Vice-President Joshua Nkomo must be turning in his grave at the present political instability, fissures and indiscipline within the ruling Zanu PF, as he was a strict disciplinarian and a stabilising factor in both the party and government, political analysts said yesterday.

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