Prince Dube leaves for SA

Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS’ preparations for tomorrow’s Premiership encounter against Bulawayo City have been dealt a body blow following the departure of chief striker Prince Dube for South African topflight side SuperSport United. Dube left the country yesterday morning and was seen off at the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport by Highlanders officials…. …
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Parliament greenlights Constitutional Amendment Bill despite MDC-T protests

Zvamaida Murwira, Harare Bureau THE Constitutional Amendment Bill (Number One) sailed through the National Assembly last night in an incident-filled sitting as MDC-T lawmakers protested profusely during deliberations. The Bill is now expected to be transmitted to the Senate. The Bill seeks to confer the President the power to appoint the Chief Justice, his deputy… …
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Ramp set for Miss Gweru pageant

Amanda Chikari, Midlands Reporter ALL is set for the Miss Gweru contest taking place at the Cathedral Hall on Friday. Ten beauties – Tendai Chitsa, Kgotso Mhandu, Ashley Winterboer, Anesu Chimuka, Anna Sigiya, Nobuhle Dube, Ruvimbo Chihava, Michelle Tugwete, Takudzwa Phiri and Mihlayenkosi Mlibha will take to the ramp. Entertainment will be provided by Ammara… …
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Chrome exports generate$22.6m

Business Reporter ZIMBABWE has generated about $22.6 million from 153 000 tonnes of chrome ore exported through toll arrangement since last year, an official has said. Speaking during a small-scale miners’ conference in Bulawayo on Friday, Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) acting general manager responsible for marketing, Mr Masimba Chandavengerwa, said: “We have moved… …
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Chinamasa calls for patience on economic revival

Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls FINANCE and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has called for patience among Zimbabweans, saying total economic revival cannot be achieved overnight. Speaking at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ) Winter School which ended here at the weekend, Minister Chinamasa said Zimbabweans should not expect miracles in economic turnaround…. …
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3 women ‘gang rape’ pastor

Andile Tshuma, Court Reporter THREE women have been arrested after they allegedly detained and “raped” a pastor who had come to demand money he was owed by one of them. The man, whose name has been withheld for ethical reasons, is a pastor at a local church and is from Cowdray Park suburb in Bulawayo…. …
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