He is probably one of the most humble golf officials in the country, yet he is an ever-present feature at every golf gathering. By Munyaradzi Madzokere His dedication to the sport is obvious and behind that heavily built figure is a man who has travelled a long road. A qualified football coach, Boniface Chigorimbo, the Zimbabwe Golf Association (ZGA) development officer, played a lot a football growing up, eventually ending up as a coach that groomed some players who blossomed into top players in Zimbabwe
Mzilikazi High School and Malborough High School are through to the NASH Under-17 National finals set for early August. Don Makanyanga The two schools booked their places for the national finals after coming out tops in the first set of two provincial finals played in Bulawayo and Harare respectively on Friday. Mzilkazi went into the provincial finals as favourites as they sought to defend their title and got off their title defence in style, topping Pool B with nine points at the event that took place at Gifford High School
Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko’s job is reportedly to be on the line amid revelations there was seriously brewing final purge against forces opposed to his counterpart, Emmerson Mnangagwa almost certain ascendancy to the presidency as it is alleged that the two are not in good books over seniority to each other. The Telescope News reported that an invisible brutal political tug or war is escalating between the two which might see Mphoko falling out of government and party position if he is not clever enough to challenge Mnangagwa
A Budiriro Couple was caught bonking in the grass in broad daylight near the railway line behind High Glen Shopping Centre last week. Peter Mbande, 27, begged an onlooker to give him time to finish saying he wanted to quench his sexual appetite that had been troubling him for almost six months
SUNGURA ace Alick Macheso said he misses the late musician Tongai “Dhewa” Moyo, whom he described as “a loving friend”. Macheso said every time he staged shows, he recalled how he used to do joint performances with Dhewa, who died at 43 on October 15 2011 after a long battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Whizz-kid, Maud Chifamba, has opened up about some of the insecurities she had as she wrestled with the beast that is adolescence. Maud stole the limelight in 2012/13 when she enrolled at the University of Zimbabwe for an Accounting degree-aged only 14- despite being orphaned and grinding poverty. Maud has been listed by the Forbes magazine,as one of the youngest and one of the most powerful women in Africa due to her awesome intellectual levels. Maud now and her little brother all grown up- Without doubt, no situation i permanent Maud back in the day One of our guys reached out to her for permission to re-share the piece below where she opened up about how she used to be troubled by her looks