Zim’s biggest braai day is back!

Showbiz Reporter The Castle Lager Biggest Braai Day is back with event organisers, Delta Beverages, saying they want people to consume up to 15 000kgs of meat for charity. This year’s event slated for October 28 at Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare, has been rebranded to the Castle Lager National Braai Day after a successful… …
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Nkayi tops in goat herd

Wilson Dakwa, Business Reporter NKAYI District has the largest number of goats in the country but farmers need to improve their breeds to meet export quality standards, a Cabinet Minister has said. Speaking during a provincial SMEs Chamber meeting held in Lupane on Tuesday, Small to Medium Enterprises and Co-operative Development Minister, Sithembiso Nyoni said… …
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African judges and the wig: It’s been 50 years since Britain left, yet many of them still wearing the garb?

Kevin Sieff The British gave up their last colonies in Africa half a century ago. But they left their wigs behind. Not just any wigs. They are the long, white, horsehair locks worn by high court judges (and King George III). They are so old-fashioned and so uncomfortable that even British barristers have stopped wearing… …
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: End gold wars at Esigodini

Esigodini has, in recent years, become a stage for frequent gang violence.   Rival gangs regularly fight among themselves. When they are not brawling among themselves the mobsters, drunk and armed with crude weapons as well as guns, would be running after police officers. Dozens have been injured, even killed.  Valuable property has been damaged… …
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Chapungu, DeMbare in limbo

Eddie Chikamhi, Harare Bureau THE Premier Soccer League remained adamant yesterday the abandoned match between Dynamos and Chapungu should go ahead at Ascot this afternoon, defying all logic, after the hosts had indicated they cannot raise the minimum number of players required by the Fifa football statutes for a competitive match to take place. The… …
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Madlela welcomes new baby

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent Fast rising musician, Madlela Skhobokhobo (real name Bashimane Mothusi Ndlovu) known for his eccentric character and axe wielding antics recently showed off his gentle side when he shared pictures of him holding his new born son. Named Bashimane Unalerona Meluleki Ndlovu, this is Madlela’s third born child with his wife who… …
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Prof Moyo loses court challenge against arrest

Daniel Nemukuyu, Harare Bureau HIGHER and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Ministerm Professor Jonathan Moyo, yesterday lost his constitutional challenge against arrest and will now appear before a magistrate to answer to charges reportedly misallocating more than $400 000 from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (Zimdef) to non-core issues. Prof Moyo was “arrested” by… …
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