Monthly Archives: September 2015

ZBC retrenchments tribal: Byo residents

ZBC retrenchments tribal: Byo residents

SOME disgruntled Bulawayo residents have formally approached Zanu PF Makokoba legislator and War Veterans deputy minister Tshinga Dube to intervene over the sacking of nearly all Ndebele programme producers at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation’s (ZBC) Radio Zimbabwe

Nehanda missed a golden chance to claim uncontested glory

Nehanda missed a golden chance to claim uncontested glory

Just in case readers have concluded that Maxwell Zimuto’s frivolous comment about the Jameson Line represents an historical fact, rather…

Google takes aim at Apple with new devices, OS

Google takes aim at Apple with new devices, OS

Google is expected to unveil two new Nexus smartphones, its new mobile operating system and the next generation of its Chromecast streaming device at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday.

ZC clips Campbell’s wings

ZC clips Campbell’s wings

THE newly-appointed Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) board led by new chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani has clipped the wings of managing director (MD) Alistair Campbell after withdrawing a number of portfolios that were under his wing.

Bulawayo town clerk dies

Bulawayo town clerk dies

BULAWAYO town clerk Middleton Nyoni has died. He was 62.

Commission cuts Gweru salaries

Commission cuts Gweru salaries

The caretaker commission recently appointed by government to run Gweru City Council affairs following the suspension of all 18 city councillors, has proposed a 50% salary cut for all employees to reduce the local authority’s wage bill.

Zanu PF factional fights spread to govt projects

Zanu PF factional fights spread to govt projects

ZANU PF factional fights have spread to government projects, with rival factions allegedly deliberately sabotaging State-funded programmes to spite each other, a senior ruling party official has sensationally claimed.

Go Beer Breweries plans to reopen stalls

Go Beer Breweries plans to reopen stalls

Gweru City Council-owned beer concern, Go-Beer Breweries, says it plans to engage a strategic partner to revive its business, which closed last year after accumulating a huge debt.

Kasukuwere gives nod to Gwanda prepaid water project

Kasukuwere gives nod to Gwanda prepaid water project

GOVERNMENT has given Gwanda Municipality the greenlight to go ahead with its proposed pre-paid water meter project to enhance revenue collection and improve service delivery despite protests by residents.

Coltart spot-on: Analysts

Coltart spot-on: Analysts

POLITICAL analysts yesterday gave the thumps-up to former Education minister David Coltart’s assertion that white Zimbabweans had an equally crucial role to play in shaping the country’s politics just like other races.

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