Archives for October 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

Columnists Opinion & Editorials

THE MDC-T respects the institution of traditional leaders and, in fact, we have always advocated for the welfare of all our traditional leaders to be adequately catered for by the responsible authorities. ...
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News

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday repealed Advocate Ray Goba’s recent appointment as Prosecutor-General, but gave no reasons for his change of heart. ...
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News

Idols SA winner Karabo Mogane says all that glitters is not gold. ...
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Soccer Sport

FC Platinum squandered a golden chance to strengthen their position at the top of the log standings after they were held by a resilient Harare City at Rufaro Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match both teams were desperate to win for distinctively different reasons. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

TODAY, I am coming clothed in a different jacket. I am greatly inspired to inspire you to the highest level of inspiration. Wait a minute. Let me speak like a preacher. The Bible shows us that nothing is impossible. It tells us that if we believe, all things are possible. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

THIS is an overview of aspects of criminal activities that relate to the usage of computer networks and computer devices including mobile phones. ...
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News

PRIVILLAGE Netsai Mutendera loved television from an early age. But little did she know back then that it would become part and parcel of her working life in future. ...
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News

THE Infrastructural Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) says it is going ahead with its plans to construct a hostel for National University of Science and Technology (NUST) students at Selbourne Park in Bulawayo despite protests by local residents who claim the facility will reduce the value of their properties. ...
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News

FIVE MDC-T activists from Chief Mvuthu’s area in Hwange West have been arrested on allegations of breaking into a warehouse and looting government-sourced maize seed which they doled out to fellow party supporters after they were denied the same seed by a local Zanu PF official. ...
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News

WHILE their age mates are either at school or enrolled at some early child development centre, some minor children whose parents survive on scavenging at the Chinhoyi dumpsite only know one form of entertainment and survival — that of manoeuvring their way into a heap of garbage disposed at a dumpsite. ...
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Soccer Sport

BULAWAYO City will be missing four regulars when they host Chapungu in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match today at Barbourfields Stadium as they push to steer away from the relegation zone. ...
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News

Landlords across the country’s suburbs are avoiding albino tenants, perpetuating the intense stereotypes that the minority group continues to suffer, the Albino Charity Organisation of Zimbabwe (ALCOZ) said on Wednesday. ...
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Arts & Culture Slider

A woman sits on a church pew, wearing a veiled hat, flawless make-up on (or, as those in the know would say, “face beat”), rocking a lacy white blouse, fanning herself while she listens intently to the preacher preaching. ...
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News

Zimbabwe United Nations Association president Fischer Chiyanike has called on men to get involved in the gender equality campaign so that they can assist in raising the living standards of women, as well as take part in the campaign to end gender-based violence. ...
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News

A 37-YEAR-OLD businessman was yesterday fined $300 or five months’ imprisonment by a Harare magistrate for forging a DStv logo on receipts and advertisements, thereby deceiving Multi-Choice and customers. ...
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Soccer Sport

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was impressed with the strong performances of his young players during Wednesday’s 2-1 League Cup win over Everton and says he will use the cup competitions to continue their development. ...
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Soccer Sport

David Wagner considers Jurgen Klopp to be a member of his family, but today, the former will set aside their close ties and hope his Huddersfield side beat Liverpool for the first time since 1959. ...
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News

SECURICO boss Divine Ndhlukula and Nicoz Diamond chief executive officer Grace Muradzikwa were yesterday awarded honorary doctorate degrees by Women’s University in Africa (WUA) in recognition of their contribution to business development in the country. ...
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News

PRINCIPALS of the MDC Alliance met in Harare yesterday in the absence of their presidential candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, and formed several sub-committees to get the ball rolling and hit the campaign trail to publicise the coalition deal ahead of next year’s crunch polls. ...
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PRINCIPALS of the MDC Alliance met in Harare yesterday in the absence of their presidential candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, and formed several sub-committees to get the ball rolling and hit the campaign trail to publicise the coalition deal ahead of next year’s crunch polls. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

REVELATIONS that the country’s debt has ballooned to over $13 billion are quite shocking, and demonstrate the spendthrift nature of President Robert Mugabe’s government, whose priorities show a lack of concern over the country’s economic development. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

WITH just over two months remaining to wave goodbye to 2017, we reflect and see the goodness of God in the land of the living. ...
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News

CHIEFS Council president, Fortune Charumbira, has praised government decision to buy 226 new all-terrain vehicles for chiefs, saying they were a God-given right befitting their status. ...
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News

The MDC-T-dominated Masvingo City Council and the Zimbabwe Republic Police have started implementing President Robert Mugabe’s directive to remove vendors from the streets in an effort to clean the city. ...
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Soccer Sport

NGEZI Platinum Stars captain Patson Jaure faces a fitness test this morning as the technical team tries to give him every chance to feature in their must-win Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tie against Dynamos at Baobab this afternoon. ...
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News

ALPHA Media Holdings (AMH) on Thursday honoured its outstanding Harare newspaper vendors who displayed competency in selling the group’s three newspapers, NewsDay, The Standard and the Zimbabwe Independent, for the month of September 2017. ...
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News

AT least 119 people were killed by in the past 12 months up to August this year worldwide while fighting against poaching, amid revelations that many die at the hands of illegal hunters. ...
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News

Pressure is piling on Harare City Council to decisively deal with the perennial typhoid outbreaks with Health minister David Parirenyatwa calling for the demolition of Mbare’s Matapi hostels. ...
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News

A ZANU PF Harare provincial youth executive member has allegedly been approaching several companies in the city collecting donations purportedly on behalf of the ruling party while using forged documents. ...
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News

ALMOST everyone desires to visit the majestic Victoria Falls, regarded as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, which straddles Zimbabwe to the west and Zambia to the east. ...
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