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Ivan Toney banned: Brentford striker suspended for eight months over betting

Toney has also been charged £50,000 and warned about his future conduct for 232 breaches of the FA's betting rules.
By BBC Sports May. 18, 2023

Mt Darwin: ‘The owners of the country have come and gone’

It was the first time since the country gained independence from British colonial rule in 1980 that the celebrations were held in a rural setting.
By Blessed Mhlanga Apr. 21, 2023

I’ll give you what for!

The school requires the children to play sport and be involved in cultural activities and the child retorts “What for?”
By Tim Middleton Mar. 26, 2023

Do our callous, corrupt rulers deserve red carpet?

I am of the firm belief that our colonisers pretended that they revered our traditional dances, while they actually disliked them and wanted us to concentrate on them instead of liberating ourselves.
By Nkwazi Mhango Mar. 24, 2023

Nigeria to close land borders on election day

Nigeria has ordered the closure of all its land borders during Saturday's tightly contested elections.
By BBC News Feb. 24, 2023

Matobo miner seeks to interdict ‘invaders’

In a judgment dated January 11, 2023, Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Maxwell Takuva ruled that the application against Duive Enterprises had been withdrawn.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 20, 2023

Open letter to African rulers

Every year, your masters new and old treat you to pageant and hoo-has full of empty promises and photo-ops in their capitals.
By Nkwazi Mhango Dec. 28, 2022

Securities registration fees in 500% jump

The securities (transfer) licence, which cost US$2 000, will now cost US$4 500, while the securities (trustee) licence, which was US$1 000, now costs US$4 500.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 27, 2022

Draconian law won’t instil patriotism

It would appear Zimbabwe is living under a false unity that is clouding our vision as a nation and it is imperative that we find each other as a people and work for a common goal.
By Newsday Nov. 29, 2022