Monthly Archives: October 2015

Chapungu hold Highlanders

Chapungu hold Highlanders

BULAWAYO giants Highlanders’ bid for a strong finish in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League received a knock when they were forced to share spoils with hosts Chapungu at Ascot Stadium yesterday.

‘Khupe, Bhebhe chief orchestrators of divisions’

‘Khupe, Bhebhe chief orchestrators of divisions’

AN internal MDC-T report has implicated the party’s deputy president, Thokozani Khupe and national organising secretary, Abednico Bhebhe in fuelling divisions and disharmony in the main opposition party, particularly in Bulawayo.

‘Elephant poisoning an inside job’

‘Elephant poisoning an inside job’

As the poisoning of Zimbabwe’s elephants continues unabated, conservation sources apparently believe it is the work of disgruntled and cash-strapped rangers protesting against meagre salaries, an issue authorities do not deny.

Fish poachers, gold panners cause most veld fires: EMA

Fish poachers, gold panners cause most veld fires: EMA

THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has singled out fish poachers and gold panners for being responsible for most of the veld fires recorded in some parts of the country, as they usually light up fire to cook and fail to douse them afterwards.

MP proposes paternal levy for street kids

MP proposes paternal levy for street kids

BUHERA Central MP Ronald Muderedzwa (Zanu PF) has called on his fellow legislators to come up with a paternity levy policy concieved along the same lines as the Aids Levy to cater for street kids and vagrants roaming most cities across the country.

Gweru workers threaten strike over pay cuts

Gweru workers threaten strike over pay cuts

GWERU City Council employees have threatened to down tools in protest against the caretaker commission’s proposal to effect a 50% salary cut across the board.

Drinking mate poisons man at bar

Drinking mate poisons man at bar

POLICE in Bulawayo are reportedly investigating a suspected poisoning death that occurred at a city bar on Tuesday this week.

BCC sues businessman over $75 000 arrears

BCC sues businessman over $75 000 arrears

BULAWAYO-BASED Zanu PF activist and businessman, Ernest Marima has been taken to court by the city council over unpaid bills amounting to $75 000.

Ghani, Naib fifties secure landmark series win

Ghani, Naib fifties secure landmark series win

Afghanistan sealed another historic first with a 2-0 Twenty20 series victory over Zimbabwe in the second match at Queens Sports Club.

Tsano confident of victory

Tsano confident of victory

HIGHLANDERS technical advisor Cosmas “Tsano” Zulu has expressed confidence that the struggling Bulawayo football giants will register a win over hosts Chapungu at Ascot Stadium this afternoon.

Our Partners:   NewsDay   The Independent   TheStandard  MyClassifieds