Syria: The rehabilitation of Assad
There is no such word as “auto-genocide”, but that would describe what Assad has done to his own country over the past 12 years in order to stay in power.
By Gwynne Dyer May. 19, 2023
MoOzy on Chasing Dollar
The multi-dimensional singer, songwriter and producer said the song Chasing Dollar was not just a song, but a mantra.
By Life & Style Reporter Apr. 18, 2023
Bournemouth boss O'Neil maintains tough stance on Zemura departure
Zemura’s imminent move to Udinese, which will make him the first Zimbabwean to play in Italy’s Serie A, brought an end to months of speculation.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Apr. 16, 2023
Zemura set to leave Bournemouth
United Kingdom sports radio station Talksport revealed that Zemura may never play for Bournemouth again as his contract situation remains unresolved.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Apr. 5, 2023
Michael Jordan tops list of highest paid athletes of all time with $3.3 billion in earnings
Since he was drafted in 1984, Jordan has earned an estimated US$3.3 billion when adjusted for inflation, more than any other athlete in the history of sports; the tally is US$2.37 billion unadjusted.
By Sportico Mar. 11, 2023
Zemura relaxed on contract situation
Zemura is currently into the last three months of his contract at Bournemouth despite having been one of the club’s leading lights in the Premier League this season.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 11, 2023
Zemura’s Bournemouth future uncertain
Previous talks for a new deal were suspended due to a recent £150m takeover of the club by Las Vegas businessman Bill Foley.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 1, 2023
Zemura hails Bournemouth interim boss
Zemura has featured in all the matches that O-niel has been in charge while he has played the whole 90 minutes in the last two matches.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 5, 2022
Investor guns for StanChart
The bank had a core capital position of US$26 million below the central bank regulatory requirement of US$30 million.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 2, 2022
ED in fire-fighting mission
News in depth: ‘It won’t pass constitutional test’: Zanu PF’s chilling law gets thumbs down