Monthly Archives: January 2016

When life throws a fight at you

When life throws a fight at you

A GREAT and good life is not devoid of challenges. You are not alone facing the fight that life always throws at us. At times, it’s extremely hard. It’s hard to lose your hard earned cash in an investment that did not work.

Youths fight over Mugabe birthday bash fundraising

Youths fight over Mugabe birthday bash fundraising

ZANU PF youths in Bulawayo are embroiled in a serious wrangle over President Robert Mugabe’s forthcoming 92nd birthday celebrations, with rival factions fighting for control of fundraising initiatives.

SA govt sues local insurance firm over BMW

SA govt sues local insurance firm over BMW

THE South African government has approached the Zimbabwean High Court seeking to compel Sanctuary Insurance Company to compensate it $14 679 for the damages and loss of its BMW.

Civic society push to form own political party

Civic society push to form own political party

CIVIC society groups in Matabeleland have challenged government to urgently implement devolution of power as provided for in the Constitution, failing which they would form a political party to pursue the agenda.

Border jumper killed for forcing others to attack armed soldiers

Border jumper killed for forcing others to attack armed soldiers

THREE suspected border jumpers are set to appear today at the High Court seeking to be remanded out of custody on a murder charge in which they are accused of killing their colleague who allegedly forced them to attack armed South African soldiers with stones.

Ignore Zeresh’s prophecy at your own peril

Ignore Zeresh’s prophecy at your own peril

David understood this principle so well: “The Lord forbid that I should stretch my hand against the Lord’s anointed . . .” Abishai, David’s right hand man urged David to utilise the opportunity, when he found King Saul, unsuspectingly sleeping in a curve.

Activist sends Mugabe early ‘birthday present’

Activist sends Mugabe early ‘birthday present’

KWEKWE-BASED human rights defender and democracy activist, Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo, has reportedly sent prison garb to President Robert Mugabe as a birthday present ahead of the Zanu PF leader’s 92nd birthday celebrations to be held in Masvingo next month.

Activist sends Mugabe early ‘birthday present’

Activist sends Mugabe early ‘birthday present’

KWEKWE-BASED human rights defender and democracy activist, Nkosilathi Emmanuel Moyo, has reportedly sent prison garb to President Robert Mugabe as a birthday present ahead of the Zanu PF leader’s 92nd birthday celebrations to be held in Masvingo next month.

People First demands security sector reforms

People First demands security sector reforms

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s yet-to-be-launched People First (PF) outfit has joined other opposition parties in demanding security sector reforms.

Firms stampede for judicial management to evade debts: Judge

Firms stampede for judicial management to evade debts: Judge

HIGH Court judge Justice Martin Makonese has expressed concern over the increasing number of firms applying for judicial management and provisional liquidation, saying most of them were doing so to evade paying debts.

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