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Why are slots called pokies down under?

More than a century ago the first slot machines were invented and Americans made them popular all over the world
By Newsday Apr. 13, 2023

Why 2023 is the Perfect Time to Try Out a New Online Casino

As we’ve said, the industry is rapidly growing. This growth has led to more and better games
By Newsday Feb. 1, 2023

Govt bigwigs sing blues over bonuses

Civil servants below director level have been awarded 100% bonuses in foreign currency, which will be paid over two months.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 22, 2022

Civil servants reject perfomance bonus

The Zimbabwe Confederation of Public Sector Trade Unions (ZCPSTU) blasted government for changing previously agreed positions without consulting workers.
By Taurai Mangudhla and Emma Nhancumba Oct. 20, 2022

In the groove: Has inflation hit the music markets?

Patrick Mukwamba of Bonus fame who is based in Rusape informed me that he goes to Mutare every other week to sell some of his latest CDs, but according to him, his sales have gone down. He attributes this to misfortune and bad luck and blames his ex-wife for his situation. 

By The Standard Jul. 31, 2022

In the groove: Has inflation hit the music markets?

Patrick Mukwamba of Bonus fame who is based in Rusape informed me that he goes to Mutare every other week to sell some of his latest CDs, but according to him, his sales have gone down. He attributes this to misfortune and bad luck and blames his ex-wife for his situation. 

By The Standard Jul. 31, 2022

Zimbos snub Zec voter registration programme

“From the first week there was low voter turnout compared to the weekend of the first phase. But there was an increase in the second phase of the blitz due to the issuance of national identity documents,” Zec spokesperson Jasper Mangwana said.

By The Standard Apr. 27, 2022

The rise of online casino games market

According to reports, there might be a 67% rise in the online casino market by 2025 if it grows at its current pace and is likely to happen to look at the circumstances.

By The Standard Sep. 18, 2021