Food Lovers manager up for assaulting sister

A BRANCH manager at one of Bulawayo’s prestigious supermarkets, Food Lovers Market in Bradfield, allegedly punched his sister and choked her after she attempted to report him to the police for abusing his wife. Adrian Smith (35) of Barham Green appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Mrs Sibongile Msipa for assaulting his sister Miss Ellain Smith and was charged with physical abuse.

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LATEST: Music promoter loses house to bank

Josh Hozheri Farai Kuvirimirwa Herald Reporter It does not pour but rain for popular music promoter Josphat Hozheri whose Bluffhill house is set to be auctioned for failure to settle a debt.

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ANGRY WOMAN SCALDS HUBBY WITH COOKING OIL

REFUSING to turn off  the music from a DVD player left a Penhalonga man with permanent scars on his body after being scalded with cooking oil by his wife recently. It seems peace had no place in the couple’s home as their appearance at Mutare Magistrate’s Court saw accusations and counter-accusations flying left, right and centre.

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Get to the bottom of the matter

Many organisational problems will better be solved if the underlying reason the problem exists could be identified. SYSTEMS THINK WITH SAM HLABATI Meetings, workshops and forums are conducted daily in organisations to try and solve problems. Solutions are found from these numerous discussions, yet the same issues will have to be discussed again when the said solutions fail to solve the initial underlying problem.

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LION MATCHES FACTORY GOES UNDER THE HAMMER

LION Matches Zimbabwe’s factory in Workington, Harare is set to go under the hammer at a public auction to be held today. The factory has several warehouses, three blocks of offices, two store rooms and safe rooms, residential houses, canteens, boiler area and ablution facilities.  The factory is one of several properties that are being auctioned by Ruby Auctions Real Estate on behalf of their clients.

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CANDLE BURNS OUT FOR BEEFY

Ricky Zililo Senior Sports Reporter DUSK fell on How Mine head coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube who tendered his resignation yesterday morning after a string of poor results. It seems last Saturday’s 1-2 defeat to FC Platinum was the final blow for the former Njube Sundowns, Chicken Inn and Quelaton coach. “Philani Ncube has stepped down and in his absence Sheunesu Chaka will be in charge of the team starting with this weekend’s Chibuku Super Cup against Chicken Inn until a substantive coach has been appointed,” said How Mine vice-chairman Alpha Matumbura.

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What’s Next for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit?

Author: Amelia Wolf , Research Associate, Center for Preventive Action and International Institutions and Global Governance August 11, 2014 Defense One The focus of last week’s U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit —economic investment in sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa—has changed the narrative of how the United States perceives of and engages with the continent. However, the summit is missing a vital component to achieving its long-term goal of sustained growth and development

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