EL DORADO, OR JUST A PIE IN THE SKY?

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor THE new El Dorado for Zimbabwean footballers appears to have shifted from Tanzania to Zambia, but is their adventure across the Zambezi a plunge into a Premiership of fabulous wealth and opportunities or — as their journey into East Africa ultimately proved — just another grand pie in the sky? In…
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Human, wildlife conflict claims 40

Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent WILD animals killed 40 people and injured 30 in 2017, as human -wildlife conflict continues, especially in areas close to conservancies. Speaking at a pass out parade of rangers and dog handlers in Hwange recently, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said 95 animals were killed to save human life. “Human…
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Filling stations heed order to slash fuel prices

Samantha Chipoyera Herald Reporter Players in the petroleum industry have heeded Government’s order to slash fuel prices following the reduction of excise duty by Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa this week. A snap survey by The Herald in Harare’s central business district (CBD) yesterday showed that the pump price for petrol at service…
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Rev Chivariro breaks down on stage

Yeukai Karengezeka—Chisepo Arts Correspondent Gospel musician Reverend Togarepi Chivaviro shed tears on stage when he was performing one of his latest songs during his album launch held on Monday night at the New Ambassador Hotel. The new album that is titled “Matishamisa Jireh” carries eight spiritually-uplifting songs. Rev Chivaviro could not withhold his emotions when he performed…
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SHOTS FIRED. . . Drama as cops nab robbers targeting money changers

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent POLICE in Bulawayo have, after firing warning shots, arrested three suspected armed robbers who allegedly committed a series of robberies targeting money changers in and around the city. Undercover police officers raided the armed robbers in a drama-filled incident in Emganwini suburb on Tuesday afternoon. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Precious Simango… …
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Minister Kazembe pays tribute to late Bra Hugh

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent MINISTER of Sport, Arts and Recreation Raymond Kazembe yesterday mourned the death of Jazz icon Hugh Masekela describing the death as a blow not only to South Africa but to the whole world. Bra Hugh as Masekela is known succumbed to prostate cancer on Monday morning at the age of 78… …
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MAPHEPHA BARRED AGAIN. . . Highlanders board says ‘NO’

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter ERNEST “Maphepha” Sibanda was barred for the second time in a row from contesting the Highlanders’ executive chairman position by the club’s board on Tuesday. Sibanda, a former Bosso chairman, had submitted his nomination papers last week to contest for the club’s top post against businessman Kenneth Mhlophe in the… …
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Team South Africa highlights political stability, economic recovery and investment opportunities at WEF

DAVOS. – Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will hold bilateral discussions with the heads of government of the United Kingdom, Denmark and The Netherlands on Team South Africa’s last day at the World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos, Switzerland, today,  January 25,2018. Deputy President Ramaphosa will meet British Prime Minister Theresa May, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen…
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All eyes on Zimbabwe’s new leader Mnangagwa at WEF in Davos

HARARE. – A lot of attention will focus on US President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum under way in Davos. But from Africa, all eyes are on Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa. He took over from former President Robert Mugabe. President Mnangagwa says he’s in Switzerland to hear from world leaders and potential investors…
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