Archives for October 2017

Monthly Archives: October 2017

News

A CHIPINGE man axed his two children to death using a machete in an attack that left the local community shell-shocked. ...
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BULAWAYO church leaders have called on all stakeholders to join forces in providing socio-psychological support to youths amid reports that three suicide deaths have been recorded in the city over the past two months. ...
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Soccer Sport

ARIEL Sibanda’s future at Highlanders has been called into question after the seasoned goalkeeper has once again been ignored by coach Erol Akbay, who has opted for young Nedrick Madeya for the rescheduled Castle Lager Premier Soccer League clash against Caps United at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow. ...
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A DRUNK curio vendor drowned in a swimming pool at one of Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu’s night clubs in Victoria Falls Town on Monday night. ...
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Business

ECONET Wireless is demanding cash payments “only” from its bulk airtime dealers or resellers, at a time the country is facing a crippling cash crisis, NewsDay has heard. ...
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THE Zimbabwe national cricket team’s batters collapsed again yesterday and climbed down from a position of strength initiated by a strong assured opening stand to surrender the first Test against West Indies by 117 runs in their pursuit of an imposing winning target of 434. ...
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MASVINGO province has been hit by drug-resistant sexually transmitted infections (STIs) suspected to be finding their way into the country from South Africa with 3 836 such cases being recorded between January and June this year alone. ...
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DISCORD in the opposition camp over coalition talks and the anti-voter registration campaigns taking place through social media platforms have been cited as the main factors leading to the low turnout at voter registration centres in Bulawayo. ...
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THREE Harare men were yesterday slapped with a combined 27-year jail term after being convicted of possessing a python skin, which carries a nine-year mandatory jail term. ...
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WATER woes for residents of St Ives in Chinhoyi will be a thing of the past after Chinhoyi High School Interact Club students donated a borehole to the community. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

One Friday evening, I stood at a bus stop for a few minutes as I waited for the bus that would take me to Charlestown where Idris Elba’s and Kate Winslet’s film, The Mountain Between Us, was showing. ...
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Zanu PF Buhera South MP Joseph Chinotimba has accused Young Turks in the ruling party of sowing seeds of divisions between President Robert Mugabe and senior leaders within the ruling party as well as the military. ...
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KAROI Town Council chairman Richard Ziki has appealed to mobile network provider, NetOne, to increase its infrastructure development projects in the area to help in creating employment opportunities for the local population. ...
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FOREIGN Affairs minister Walter Mzembi has said he is looking forward to engage the country’s Western foes in his push for commercial diplomacy. ...
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Arts & Culture Slider

SENSATIONAL Jamaican-American reggae singer Tarrus Riley is expected to touch down at Harare International Airport this afternoon, ahead of his much-awaited debut show at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) on Saturday. ...
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FIRST Lady Grace Mugabe has organised a massive campaign rally, possibly early next month, with members of various apostolic sects at Zimbabwe Grounds in Highfield, Harare, as she extends her tentacles ahead of the Zanu PF extraordinary congress set for December this year. ...
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ZIMBABWE has moved up in the positive and is now ranked at Tier-2 watch list on human trafficking, International Organisation for Migration (IOM) mission in Harare chief Lily Sanya said. ...
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BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) and government have embarked on a joint mass immunisation programme against tropical diseases such as bilharzia, elephantiasis and helminthiasis. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

REPORTS that the ruling Zanu PF party supporters with the connivance of traditional leaders in the countryside have intensified intimidation tactics at voter registration centres where they are demanding serial numbers from certificates issued to registered voters are deplorable and unfortunate for Zimbabwe. ...
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ORGANISERS of this year’s commemorations of Operation Hakudzokwi said they would focus on violence against artisanal women miners in mining concessions countrywide. ...
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PUBLIC transport operator Charles Robert Mukumba has extended a helping hand to hundreds of underprivileged pupils from Makoni South constituency and offered to pay their school fees and other necessities to ease pressure on their parents. ...
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NOTORIOUS Zimbabwe cross-border poaching kingpin, Dumisani Moyo, who is facing extradition to Botswana over various poaching offences in that country, yesterday pleaded with the Harare Magistrates’ Court to protect him and stop his extradition by the International Police (Interpol). ...
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THE Gweru Residents’ Forum (GRF) has rejected the council’s 2018 proposed budget, describing it as designed to serve the interests of “self-serving and greedy councillors” at the expense of ratepayers. ...
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A BEITBRIDGE socialite died in a high speed car crash on Sunday night, where he was allegedly driving at 300/ hour. ...
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THE late Zimbabwe African Union (Zanu) founder, Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole, has been honoured in Accra, Ghana, where a street has been named after him. ...
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AMH Voices Slider

While Mugabe should be ashamed of being stripped of this honour, WHO is equally guilty. ...
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AMH Voices

I like Coalition for Democrats (Code)’s approach where they have separated party/coalition leadership (Dumiso Dabengwa) from the presidential candidate (Elton Mangoma). ...
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News Politics

NEWLY-APPOINTED Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs minister Happyton Bonyongwe has flexed his muscles and threatened life jail sentences for rapists of minor children. ...
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News Politics

THE new code of ethics for parliamentarians tabled last week in the National Assembly by Kuwadzana East MP Nelson Chamisa (MDC-T) carries stringent requirements binding MPs to even declare their foreign trips. ...
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Slider Soccer Sport

LOG leaders FC Platinum face one of the biggest hurdles in the run-in in their bid to win a maiden championship when they visit a stubborn Harare City in a Castle Lager Premiership football showdown on Friday, a match that has huge significance on the two teams’ season – albeit on opposite ends of the log table. ...
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