The queuing up of Zimbabwe’s best football talent for contracts in the South African Absa Premier league, particularly the possible Kaizer Chiefs’ capture of Warriors stars Knowledge Musona and Ovidy Karuru have left local football experts disappointed. Kevin Mapasure After a trial stint, Karuru is waiting to discover whether South African Absa premier league giants Kaizer Chiefs will offer him a contract, a deal which could depend on whether Musona prolongs his stay at Amakhosi, or the unlikely prospect of him resuming his career in Europe.
A Zimbabwean woman has been arrested in Malawi for allegedly being found in possession of cocaine, police confirm. Dedza district police publicist Edward Kabango identified her as Simiro Ndovi adding she was arrested at Dedza boarder post on Tuesday. Ndovi is suspected of hiding the drugs in Mango Juice Bottles and sealed them in Mango Juice labeled cartons, but the drugs were discovered by detectives at the border post
Cde Oppah Muchinguri addresses delegates during the Women’s League meeting in Mazowe yesterday Takunda Maodza Assistant News Editor President Mugabe was subjected to an election and anyone eyeing any position in the party must be chosen by the people to prevent the hijacking of the revolution by opportunists, Zanu-PF Secretary for Women’s Affairs Cde Oppah Muchinguri has said.
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The Zimbabwe national cricket team sunk to a new low after suffering a 100-run defeat to Afghanistan to share the One-Day International series in Bulawayo. Zimbabwe won the first two matches but Afghanistan hit back with a win on Tuesday which they followed up with a comprehensive triumph yesterday to level the series. Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor won his last toss as ODI captain, with Elton Chigumbura set to take over, and elected to field
In our issue of July 17, we published a story under the headline Magaya faces murder charges, which has caused harm to Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD) leader Prophet Walter Magaya. The story stated that PHD leader Prophet Magaya had been sucked into a murder case involving the death of a Dotito woman’s seven-week-old child under unclear circumstances at PHD Ministries in Harare. The headline and the story created the impression that the cleric was being investigated for murder of the child. It has come to our attention that that was not the case
John Higgins, 82, told family he spotted a rat in his ward at Medway Maritime Hospital — AFP The family of an elderly man who was dying of cancer has criticised the hospital he was staying at after a huge rat was found metres from his bedside. Grandfather John Higgins, 82, repeatedly told his family and friends he could see a rat in the light fitting close to an air vent on his ward at the Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham, Kent.