DeMbare, Bosso, CAPS mega deal . . . Giants set to benefit from NetOne sponsorship

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter IN a potential game-changing mega deal, Zimbabwean football’s traditional giants CAPS United, Dynamos and Highlanders are set to reap the rewards from partnering mobile telecommunications colossus NetOne in a massive agreement that will breathe life into the three clubs. CAPS United, Dynamos and Highlanders were powerless in the 2017 season as…
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Go to hell, Zifa told

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS Football Club members, supporters and sympathisers have come out guns blazing and blasted the Zifa order to stop the Bulawayo giants from holding elections next month. In an unprecedented move that shook the football landscape, Zifa chief executive officer Joseph Mamutse said Tshilamoya cannot hold its elections without authorisation… …
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Ministry pours $7.6m into health fund

Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter THE Ministry of Health and Child Care has released $7.6 million to the Health Development Fund (HDF) to purchase essential medicines and equipment for Government health institutions countrywide. Managed by Unicef, the HDF has been the primary means through which donors have channelled their financial contributions to Zimbabwe’s health sector. The… …
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Truce violation in South Sudan

JUBA. – Clashes have broken out near South Sudan’s capital Juba between government troops and rebels, officials said yesterday, the latest violation of a ceasefire signed last month. The deal reached in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa between the government of President Salva Kiir and a myriad of opposition groups had aimed to end a…
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Invest in children, says First Lady

Walter Nyamukondiwa in KAROI First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa says the country’s future development should be anchored on progressive investment in children’s capacity to sustain themselves through entrepreneurship. The development trajectory, she said, should consider the plight of vulnerable children as everyone has potential to help develop the country despite their circumstances. Driven by the Shona adage…
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Of Ammara, ‘Atrocious’ Akiliz Video

Robert Mukondiwa It has been a tad over a fortnight since bombshell trailblazer Ammara Brown dropped the video to her anthemic track ‘‘Akiliz’’. It has been a long time coming. People had waited seemingly much longer for the video to drop than Christians have been waiting for the Second Coming, but the arrival of ‘‘Akiliz’’ finally…
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Rampant price hikes: Govt must intervene to protect consumers

GOVERNMENT should seriously consider taking drastic measures on retailers and wholesalers who are ripping off consumers by wantonly increasing prices of basic goods because the situation is getting out of hand. Clearly some unscrupulous and greedy entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the stance taken by the new dispensation to let business conduct its affairs without… …
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Dancing pantyless pays off for Zodwa Wabantu

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent BEING famed for walking around pantyless has definitely paid off for South African entertainer Zodwa Wabantu as she has blessed herself with a brand new set of wheels from her proceeds during the festive season, a few weeks after buying a three-bedroom house valued at R2,5million. The controversial entertainer, who rose… …
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Ex-ministers Mzembi, Undenge arrested

Fungai Lupande Senior Court Reporter As the new dispensation’s anti-corruption dragnet spreads, former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi and erstwhile Energy and Power Development Minister Samuel Undenge were yesterday arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) on charges of abuse of office. The pair was detained at Marlborough Police Station in Harare and will appear in…
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