Monthly Archives: March 2017

Zanu PF row over Indian, Jewish businesspeople

Zanu PF row over Indian, Jewish businesspeople

A ROW has erupted between rival Zanu PF youth groups in Bulawayo over allegations of mistreatment of Indian and Jewish businesspeople in the city, it has emerged.

Kwekwe deputy mayor dies

Kwekwe deputy mayor dies

Kwekwe deputy mayor Aaron Sithole (MDC-T) has died, hardly a month after he was released from prison on bail.

Cowdray Park woman jailed 5 years for culpable homicide

Cowdray Park woman jailed 5 years for culpable homicide

A COWDRAY park woman, who assaulted her 10-year-old nephew to death using a switch over a missing ZW$100 000, has been slapped with a five-year jail term

Court frees  10 MDC-T activists for holding unsanctioned meeting

Court frees 10 MDC-T activists for holding unsanctioned meeting

Police and State Security agents in Beitbridge were on Monday left with an egg in the face after a court freed 10 MDC-T members arrested on allegations of holding an unsanctioned meeting.

Building quality relationships

Building quality relationships

Human life is about relationships. Business, politics, and everything involving humanity works on and by relationships. Marriage and family operate on relationships. The quality of our lives is based primarily on the quality of our relationships. This quality does not happen by accident or miracles, but it is worked for.

Road to Anfield football tourney launched

Road to Anfield football tourney launched

STANDARD Chartered Bank Zimbabwe Limited (Stanchart) says all is set for this year’s Road to Anfield national tournament to be played in Harare on Saturday.

Manyenyeni defends Byo mayor

Manyenyeni defends Byo mayor

HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni has jumped to his Bulawayo counterpart Martin Moyo’s defence, over the latter’s acquisition of a top-of-the range car a year before elections.

Microcred repositioning for sustainable growth

Microcred repositioning for sustainable growth

The Monthly Financial Sector Bulletin (MFSB) publishes “The Microfinance Interview”, a monthly question-and-answer feature through which it engages with key stakeholders of the microfinance sector such as microfinance institutions (MFIs), funders, service providers, development partners and regulators among others, on issues of topical and mutual interest.

Ex-Shabanie mine workers evicted

Ex-Shabanie mine workers evicted

THE 37 former Shabanie Mashaba Mines workers, who a few years ago resisted eviction, have now been thrown out of the company houses following a High Court order that they should vacate the places, the Southern Eye has established.

MDC-T vows to lead demos over BVR kits

MDC-T vows to lead demos over BVR kits

The opposition MDC-T has vowed to lead demonstrations by political parties under the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) banner to fight government’s decision to hijack the procurement of biometric voter registration (BVR) kits from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

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