Early polls loom

By Kudzai Kuwaza PRESIDENTIAL spokesperson and Information secretary George Charamba yesterday made the strongest hint yet that this year’s make-or-break general elections could be held earlier than anticipated. In an […]
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Bitter Prof dismissed

Nduduzo Tshuma/ Pamela Shumba, Chronicle Reporters THE Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Mr George Charamba, yesterday dismissed former Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo as an attention seeking, bitter and defeated politician who suffers from power denial psychosis. Prof Moyo, in an interview with BBC’s Hardtalk yesterday morning, claimed among other… …
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Madinda appointed Highlanders coach

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter BULAWAYO giants Highlanders yesterday officially announced club legend Madinda Ndlovu as head coach on a three-year contract. As reported by Chronicle Sport yesterday, the legendary Ndlovu will be assisted by Mandla “Lulu” Mpofu, while Vezigama Dlodlo keeps his position as first team welfare manager. Ndlovu won three back-to-back league titles… …
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New technical teams on show during pre-season

Innocent Kurira, Sports Reporter A HOST of Castle Lager Premiership clubs are expected to start pre-season preparations next week with new technical teams. Pre-season is usually a period spiced up by player transfers, rumours and speculation, but the movement of coaches seems to dominate the build-up to the 2018 season. A number of names had… …
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Khuliyo out on $50 bail

Codelia Mondela, Showbiz Reporter BULAWAYO artiste Nkululeko Nkala who is accused of assaulting a female arts administrator during a show in the city over the weekend yesterday pleaded not guilty to insult and assault charges. Bulawayo magistrate Sharon Rosemani remanded him out of custody to January 26 on $50 bail. Nkala is represented by Hloniphani… …
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Creditors now owed $190m

Business Reporter SIX failed banks that owe creditors have slim chances of recovering depositors’ money as it has emerged the financial institutions have an aggregate net liability of over $190 million. Allied, Interfin, Royal, Trust, Genesis Investment and the now defunct Afrasia (formerly Kingdom) banks, have failed to pay the bulk of their creditors given…
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Musicians in “Taurai Neni” gospel extravaganza

Arts Correspondent Several gospel musicians converge for the “Taurai Neni” gospel concert to be held in Harare and Mutare next month. The tour was organised by United Kingdom based musician Timothy Ngwenya who seeks to promote his new album “Taurai Neni” that was released late last year. South African musician Godfrey Mondlane, Mechanic Manyeruke, Rev TT…
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Supa Diski slammed

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor— SOUTH Africa’s Premiership might be the hub in which Zimbabwe’s best players yearn to play, but the Supa Diski has been slammed for its declining standards that are now impacting on the two countries’ national teams. There have been debates on whether the league that our top players call their haven…
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Ex-NetOne CEO Kangai arrested

HARARE – Former NetOne chief executive officer Reward Kangai was yesterday arrested by the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) on corruption charges. Kangai was last night detained at Avondale Police Station in Harare and is expected to appear in court today. [Adz] Zacc spokespers…
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