Monthly Archives: September 2015

Man demands bride price back, beats up father-in-law

Man demands bride price back, beats up father-in-law

AN estranged husband from Songwa area in Dete has landed himself in trouble after he severely assaulted his father-in-law
for refusing to return a beast which he paid as part of his bride price.

VP clocks 287 days in hotel

VP clocks 287 days in hotel

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has reportedly clocked 287 days in a five-star hotel since his appointment as one of President Robert Mugabe’s two deputies last December, as he has not yet secured suitable State accommodation in the capital.

PSL title race comes to Bulawayo

PSL title race comes to Bulawayo

THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title race comes to the City of Kings this weekend with log leaders Chicken…

7 Zim Muslims survive Saudi Arabia stampede

7 Zim Muslims survive Saudi Arabia stampede

SEVEN Zimbabwean Muslims, who are in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, for the Islamic annual pilgrimage yesterday said they had all escaped unhurt following a stampede that claimed more than 800 lives and injured hundreds in Mina on Thursday.

Graphic designer in court over forged certificates

Graphic designer in court over forged certificates

A GRAPHIC designer based in Bulawayo appeared in court yesterday charged with forging his clients’ academic and professional certificates, including drivers’ licences, to enable them to secure employment.

Concern raised over pensioners’ treatment

Concern raised over pensioners’ treatment

MDC Proportional Representation legislator Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga has raised concern over the treatment of aged pensioners being audited in Bulawayo, saying they were being subjected to unfair conditions compared to their northern region counterparts.

Pics of Zim baby elephants emerge in China

Pics of Zim baby elephants emerge in China

GUANGZHOU — China’s State news agency Xinhua has published the first pictures of a group of young elephants controversially exported…

Bulawayo councillors blast fire brigade

Bulawayo councillors blast fire brigade

BULAWAYO councillors have cast doubt over the capacity of the city’s fire brigade to cover emergencies following reports that several properties were destroyed by fire with the department always found wanting.

Govt called on to operationalise national border post authority

Govt called on to operationalise national border post authority

BULAWAYO South legislator Eddie Cross (MDC-T) has called on government to urgently operationalise the national border post authority to bring sanity at the country’s entry points, saying the current chaotic scenes at borders were frustrating most foreign investors and tourists.

Innscor says profit falls, plans acquisitions

Innscor says profit falls, plans acquisitions

Zimbabwean fast food group Innscor Africa on Friday reported a 7.8 percent fall in full-year operating profit and lower revenue due to weak consumer spending, but said it plans to make cash-generating acquisitions.

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