Archives for October 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

News

Seasoned television and stage actor Patrick Shai plays Vandal, a ruthless crime boss, in a new action feature film titled Hell City. ...
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Sport

Fins fishing team, comprising of Ray Finnit and sons Blair and Gream and his brother Dave Finaughty, successfully defended the Kariba Invitational Tiger Fishing Tournament (KITFT) title, beating 55 other teams in a three-day fishing contest that ended on Friday at the National Anglers’ Union of Zimbabwe site at Charara, Kariba. ...
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Soccer Sport

AFTER crashing out of the Chibuku Super Cup at the semi-final stage at the weekend, relegation-threatened sides Bulawayo City and Shabanie Mine will now direct their energies on remaining in the top-flight football league next year. ...
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Sport

ZIMBABWE were made to toil all day in the field yesterday as West Indies piled on in their second innings of the two teams’ first cricket Test as the tourists stretched their lead to 429 runs and strengthen their grip on the match ahead of the fourth day this morning. ...
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News

READING The Non-Believer’s Journey, I have always felt that too much weight has been placed on the protagonist Samson Mapfeka’s state of being a non-believer with little on the realities of his doubts and concerns. ...
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News

BUSINESS temporarily screeched to a halt in Victoria Falls town yesterday afternoon, as residents jostled to catch a glimpse of a huge luxurious houseboat which passed through the tourist resort town en route to Botswana. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

It doesn’t need rocket science to appreciate that the Zanu PF regime, fronted by President Robert Mugabe, is slowly, but surely disintegrating. ...
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News

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s legal woes emanating from a 2013 collapsed coalition deal continue to haunt him after Moreprecision Muzadzi opposed the veteran opposition leader’s application for rescission of High Court judge Justice Owen Tagu’s order against him. ...
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News

SEVERAL MDC-T and Zanu PF activists were on Sunday afternoon seriously injured following violent inter-party clashes in Unit N, Chitungwiza. ...
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Business

Planning a conference requires a skill set that includes incredible organisational skills, the ability to multitask, energy, creativity, business savvy, interpersonal skills and attention to detail. It also requires a comprehensive conference planning guide that will not only keep you on schedule but will provide the much-needed assurance that you haven’t forgotten something along the way. ...
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News

ZANU PF supporters with the help of traditional leaders in outlying areas have reportedly intensified their intimidation tactics at voter registration centres, where they demand serial numbers from certificates issued to registered voters. ...
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Sport

Ndumiso Dlodlo is over the moon after he was crowned the country’s overall senior men bodybuilding and fitness championship winner at the 7 Arts Theatre in Harare on Saturday. ...
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News

THE United States African Development Foundation (USADF) last week donated over $100 000 to the Lupane Women’s Development Trust to enable the Matabeleland North organisation capacitate its members in business and financial literacy. ...
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News

MIDLANDS State University (MSU) dance group — Born to Dance— have thrown their first salvo with cover version recordings of Sandra “Sandy” Ndebele’s Tshibilika and Selmor Mtukudzi’s Hangasa, which are trending on social media platforms. ...
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News

FORMER Mutare town clerk Obert Muzawazi has rapped Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere for allegedly tricking him into resigning from the local authority on false promises that he would walk away with a hefty package. ...
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News

THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has described the situation at most of the country’s prisons as dire, with inmates experiencing an acute shortage of food, bedding, clothing, sanitation and medical drugs. ...
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News

IT is profoundly sad that Zimbabwe, saddled with debilitating crises as it is, remains a country with thousands, if not millions, of politically illiterate people. And some are educated too. As a general thing, the worst illiterate is the political illiterate. ...
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News

BOTSWANA President Ian Khama yesterday rubbed salt on President Robert Mugabe’s injured ego, poking fun of the Zanu PF leader’s humiliation by the World Health Organisation (WHO), which dethroned him of the goodwill ambassadorial role given to him last week. ...
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Business

Growth in British factory orders slowed to its weakest in almost a year this month, a monthly survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) showed yesterday, though firms were working at their closest to full capacity in 20 years. ...
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News

HEALTH professionals have announced plans to launch a campaign dubbed Health Professionals Can Make a Difference, to increase their participation in the country’s electoral processes and defend their rights ahead of next year’s elections. ...
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News

CHITUNGWIZA Municipality has approached the High Court seeking an order compelling former town clerk George Makunde to surrender a Toyota Land Cruiser V8 service vehicle allocated to him before termination of his contract. ...
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Business

FIDELITY Life Assurance has buckled to pressure from would-be house owners and has started to allocate stands for the contentious SouthView Phase II housing project. ...
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News

A BULAWAYO magistrate yesterday issued an arrest warrant for Chief Ndondo of Mbembesi after the traditional leader absconded his trial on charges of kidnapping and assaulting one of his subjects. ...
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News

BULAWAYO pressure group Ibhetshu LikaZulu has vowed to continue piling pressure on the government to allow the holding of commemorations of Gukurahundi massacres, particularly at Bhalagwe mine in Kezi, where thousands of victims are believed to have been buried in mass graves. ...
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News

MEMORY Saidi (30) of Makorokoto Farm, outside Marondera, moves around the house employing all manner of tricks to silence her crying one-year-old daughter, Gebu, who is in pain. ...
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News

Government-owned mobile operator NetOne has maintained pressure on rivals recording the largest growth in subscriber base in the second quarter ended June, latest statistics from the regulator show. ...
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OIL Expressers Association of Zimbabwe (OEAZ) has blamed the cooking oil shortages on delays in turnaround time from paying suppliers to getting the crude oil into the country, saying the situation would improve in two weeks’ time. ...
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News

A MUTARE motorist, Nyasha Kavhukatema, has sued the local authority for $400 following the deflation and puncture of his vehicle tyres by spike-throwing municipal police officers. ...
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Arts & Culture Slider

GOSPEL musician, Janet Manyowa , has, been nominated for the SABC Crown Gospel Awards scheduled for November 26 at Durban Arena in South Africa. ...
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News

MANICALAND Provincial Affairs minister Mandiitawepi Chimene has ordered Mutare residents to pay their outstanding bills to enable the local authority to provide efficient services and warned there would not be any debt reprieve from government ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. ...
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