Monthly Archives: October 2015

Unconquerable, my foot!

Unconquerable, my foot!

Those who usually say that the devil is a liar have obnoxiously not yet listened to First Lady Grace Mugabe’s coterie of supporters, who seem hell-bent on singing and gyrating for their supper to a youthful woman, who has effectively and drastically, in dramatic Mr Bean repertoire, sprung to contest for the nation’s top post.

Hwange cyanide supplied by Filabusi miner: Report

Hwange cyanide supplied by Filabusi miner: Report

Suspected poachers living near Hwange in western Zimbabwe, where another 22 elephants were found poisoned on Monday, were allegedly sold…

Mugabe nephew in Hwange mine grab

Mugabe nephew in Hwange mine grab

President Robert Mugabe’s nephew, Leo Mugabe, might have pocketed millions of dollars before turning around to claim shares in a Hwange-based mining venture fronted by a Chinese investor, Southern Eye has learnt.

Byo commemmorates 72nd anniversary

Byo commemmorates 72nd anniversary

Bulawayo City Council has organised a thanksgiving prayer session at the civic centre on Sunday to mark 72 years since it was declared a city following the arrival of the first train from South Africa in 1943.

MDC-T activist lobbies for SeSotho learning in schools

MDC-T activist lobbies for SeSotho learning in schools

OPPOSITION MDC-T activist, Ekem Moyo has started lobbying for the teaching of SeSotho in Gwanda where the language is largely spoken.

Zanu PF councillor  gets 420 hours community service for $11 590 scam

Zanu PF councillor gets 420 hours community service for $11 590 scam

A HWANGE councillor, who swindled desperate Bulawayo prospective home owners of $11 500, has been slapped with 420 hours of…

Zim-born Matshazi elected first black councillor for Canadian town

Zim-born Matshazi elected first black councillor for Canadian town

Sitting beside his wife in their apartment on the night of Iqaluit’s election, Kuthula Matshazi typed out two tweets — one in case he won and another if he lost.

Lupane woman faces attempted murder charges for axing mother

Lupane woman faces attempted murder charges for axing mother

A 36-YEAR-OLD Lupane villager allegedly struck her mother with an axe on the head and chest accusing her of unilaterally engaging a neighbour to do a part-time job at their home without her consent.

Fire at power station delays flights at South Africa’s Cape Town airport

Fire at power station delays flights at South Africa’s Cape Town airport

A fire at a power sub-station near South Africa’s Cape Town International Airport delayed flights on Tuesday as fire fighters battled to put out the blaze, an airport official said.

Zimbabwe discovers another 22 elephants poisoned by cyanide

Zimbabwe discovers another 22 elephants poisoned by cyanide

Zimbabwe wildlife officials found the carcasses of 22 elephants poisoned by cyanide in the country’s biggest game reserve, Hwange National Park.

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