IT happened so fast; so fast that no one can honestly claim they saw it coming.
HAVING thrown spanners in the works of Dynamos’ Castle Lager Premier Soccer League title charge almost two weeks ago, Caps United can do their biggest nemesis a favour by beating DeMbare’s title rivals, Chicken Inn.
THE driver of a South African trucking company, Prestige Carriers, contracted to transport boxes of bond coins into Zimbabwe, yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act after he posted on social media an invoice and the amount of money he was carrying.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s allies in the Zanu PF Masvingo provincial executive reportedly booted out four executives believed to be sympathetic to the G40 faction, as factionalism continues to rock the province.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday said he will, in the next two days, unleash unspecified action on all “economic saboteurs”, who created artificial shortages and “unilaterally” hiked prices of basic commodities as part of a plot to trigger mass uprisings against his government, while he was at the United Nations summit in New York.
The past weekend was characterised by massive panic buying, while efforts by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to assuage fears of