Oskido plays Santa Claus

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent Today is Christmas Day and Santa Claus is Kalawa Jazmee supremo Oskido as he dishes out gifts in the form of his new album 50 Degrees at his annual All White Party at The Vista in Bulawayo. Over the years, Oskido’s All White Parties have been oversubscribed and he returns to… …
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Parly slashes portfolio committees

Auxilia Katongomara, Chronicle Reporter PARLIAMENT’S Standing Rules and Orders Committee (SROC) has reduced the number of portfolio committees from 20 to 15 and reappointed committee chairpersons. The slashing of committees and re-appointments are in line with President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s approach to rechannel resources to critical sectors of the economy. Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate… …
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Tsholotsho crash effects go beyond injuries, death

Whinsley Masara, Chronicle Reporter On Saturday, a Nyamandlovu man was supposed to wed his sweetheart. However, it is now a matter of a day that is so near yet so far for a woman who was his wife-to-be. Mlungisi Ndlovu (37) of Acute and Cruise village, under Chief Deli in Nyamandlovu was among 15 people… …
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Mpilo hospital needs $5m annually

Nyaradzo Bakari, Chronicle Reporter MPILO Central Hospital needs at least $5m annually to offer better services, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr Leonard Mabandi has said. The hospital caters for Bulawayo and a referral centre for patients from Matabeleland North, Matabeleland South, the Midlands, and Masvingo, serving a combined population of about six million people…. …
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Chicken Inn rubbish Antipas rumours

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter CHICKEN Inn have dispelled rumours doing rounds that their former championship winning coach Joe Antipas will make a sensational return to replace Rahman Gumbo, whose contract expires at the end of this month. Antipas left the GameCocks in 2016, having guided them to their first league title in 2015 and… …
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Sandra readies for Kalawa gig

Langalakhe Mabena When it was announced that Sandra Ndebele would collaborate with South Africa’s kwaito kingpin Professor a few months ago, some predicted the song would be a hit for this festive season. With DJ Oskid selected on the team to take care of the instrumental production segment, that too gave hope to music lovers… …
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Hope springs eternal for Zim Cricket

CRICKET has many qualities, but surely one of its finest is the ability to act as a sort of social barometer, providing a reading on the state of a country whilst marking the passage of time. As an example, it is more than 12 years since Zimbabwe last played a Test match in South Africa,… …
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Travellers spend nine hours at border post

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau The volume of human and vehicular traffic has drastically increased at Beitbridge Border Post where travellers are spending between six and nine hours to be cleared for passage into Zimbabwe. Long queues of vehicles, both on the Zimbabwean and South African components of the border have become common, starting from Thursday… …
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New rules for SA’s four-day Test with Zimbabwe

THE one-off day-night Test between South Africa and Zimbabwe starting tomorrow will be staged under experimental playing conditions. The International Cricket Council gave permission to Cricket South Africa to stage a four-day Test. There are several variations from standard Test playing conditions. Play will be scheduled for six-and-a-half hours each day, half an hour more… …
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Caf opens POTY voting to fans

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter ZIMBABWEANS have been given an opportunity to vote for the Caf African Player of the Year as well as the continent’s 11 finest players, whose winners will be unveiled at a gala in Ghana next month. For the first time in the history of the process, Caf opened up the… …
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