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Ukraine: Risk of a ceasefire dwindles

As one of the hawks who talked George W Bush into invading Iraq, he proved himself to be a bad and dangerous advise
By World View Sep. 16, 2022

Security firm director fined $30 000

Carrington Maseko (31) appeared before Bulawayo provincial magistrate Gamuchirai Gore last week to answer to a charge of failure to secure a firearm.

By The NewsDay Jul. 27, 2022

Woman jailed 12 months over false rape claim

After falling out with her husband, Sipho Majahana (38), also known as Zanele Moyo, opened a docket claiming that her husband had raped their nine-year-old daughter.

By The NewsDay Jul. 15, 2022

Letter from America: Trump’s revenge: Supreme Court bans abortion

His judgement was correct. Progressive judges, knowing that they could not be replaced, and were elected to serve during their natural lives, were in the habit of creating “rights” from thin air and then supporting their spurious decisions with equally spurious judicial arguments. The best example of such a creative imposition of judicial arrogance was a ruling that same sex candidates could marry.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

Letter from America: Trump’s revenge: Supreme Court bans abortion

His judgement was correct. Progressive judges, knowing that they could not be replaced, and were elected to serve during their natural lives, were in the habit of creating “rights” from thin air and then supporting their spurious decisions with equally spurious judicial arguments. The best example of such a creative imposition of judicial arrogance was a ruling that same sex candidates could marry.

By The NewsDay Jul. 10, 2022

Love for the ghetto lands Chinese national in soup

Li Changfeng appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Gamuchirai Gore on Friday charged with violating terms of his employment permit as outlined in the Act.

By HStvZim Apr. 18, 2022

School of sport: The individual who should not

We might well see parallels in these situations with a comment that Zach Johnson, the US golfer, made recently when he was selected as the Captain of the US Ryder Cup team.

By The NewsDay Mar. 20, 2022

School of sport: The individual who should not

We might well see parallels in these situations with a comment that Zach Johnson, the US golfer, made recently when he was selected as the Captain of the US Ryder Cup team.

By The NewsDay Mar. 20, 2022

Letter from America: Two faces of US justice!

Darrell has a rap sheet as long as my arm. Just a few weeks ago, Darrell had a disagreement with a woman at a “sin hotel”. After punching her, he drove away. Feeling dissatisfied with the punishment, he returned to the hotel and ran over her with his car.

By The NewsDay Nov. 28, 2021