Mixed bag lined up for Easter

Sandra Ndebele Bongani Ndlovu Showbiz Correspondent ZIMBABWEANS are today celebrating two holidays, Zimbabwe’s 34th birthday and Easter.  While various night spots will be taking advantage of the double dose of holidays, churches have also lined up services and conferences to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. People will be celebrating 34 years of self-rule while some go to church to mark the day Jesus was crucified for their sins. Continue reading

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Western Union & Money Gram Allegedly “Exploiting Africa”

Through a recent shocking discovery from the U.K, it has just emerged that the global cash remittance systems still remain biased against African markets where the main companies are allegedly charging more than they would charge for any other global destinations doing similar business of wiring funds home. Continue reading

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MDC-T & ZAPU Boycott Independence Celebrations

Zimbabwe Mail| The MDC- T yesterday boycotted this year’s Independence celebrations. Continue reading

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Chicken Slice faces garnishee order over US$3m tax debt

EMERGING fast foods chain Chicken Slice faces the prospect of a garnishee order from the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) over US$3 million in tax arrears. Herbert Moyo Zimra sources told the Zimbabwe Independent that the company’s directors are panicking over moves by Zimra to garnish the company over the debt and the company’s director Tawanda Mutyebere is said to be liaising with a top politician in the Zanu PF party to help ward off the threat Continue reading

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W.U. & Money Gram Allegedly “Exploiting Africa”

Through a recent shocking discovery from the U.K, it has just emerged that the global cash remittance systems still remain biased against African markets where the main companies are allegedly charging more than they would charge for any other global destinations doing similar business of wiring funds home. Continue reading

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BAR TALK: Of errant nephews, woman shortages

Does this Muzukuru now know the saying which says something about spears and large crowds? With Bra Gee This week we start with words of wisdom. Continue reading

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Business urged to partner council and invest in a clean city

Bernard Manyenyeni Addressing delegates at a clean up campaign organised by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority in partnership with the City of Harare and other co-operating partners including Environment Management Authority, Environment Africa and Africa Lotto among others as a build up towards the hosting of the 2014 Harare International Carnival, Manyenyeni said it is the responsibility of businesses to compliment council efforts to promote a clean city. “Community involvement is important and as law abiding citizens, it is our role to reverse the current sorry state of our city so that it reverts to its sunshine city status,” he said. Continue reading

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MDC-T Denies Replacing Jesus’ Name With Tsvangirai’s

The MDC led by Morgan Tsvangirai has been criticised for creating and launching a music album with songs which have Jesus Christ’s name replaced with their leader Tsvangirai’s. Continue reading

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