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Ramaphosa calls Zim’s Beast

June 18 2018 – ZIMBABWE’sTendai “Beast” Mtawarira has revealed how SA president Cyril Ramaphosa called him to celebrate his 100th cap ahead of the Springboks’ Test match against England in Bloemfontein on Saturday. Mtawarira revealed he initially doubted that the caller was really Ramaphosa and he challenged him. “I got a phone call from President Cyril Ramaphosa‚” he said. “He ... Read More »

Trouble in MDC Alliance coalition?

June 18 2018 – MDC Alliance president Nelson Chamisa yesterday ordered Alliance partners who successfully filed their nomination papers without his blessings to withdraw their candidature, further straining relations in the troubled coalition. The development follows a decision by the MDC Chamisa faction to unilaterally field candidates in constituencies and wards reserved for Alliance partners, leading to double registration. In ... Read More »

Jozi not broke – DA

June 11 2011 – THE Democratic Alliance has rejected a Sunday newspaper report that the DA-led City of Johannesburg is in financial trouble. The DA has noted a report in the City Press that the city is “cash-strapped” and “heading for a bailout”, and rejects the allegations as false and a misrepresentation of the city’s finances, DA spokeswoman Refiloe Nt’sekhe ... Read More »

DJ Zinhle wades into new ventures

June 11 2018 – AFTER two failed public love affairs, DJ Zinhle is currently single and loving it. She struts into our office in a pair of equestrian-style knee-high boots when she arrives for her tête-à-tête with Time Out. She is rocking oversized Privé Revaux sunglasses – after all she has just been named ambassador for the international eyewear brand, ... Read More »

Chigova now too good for SA football

June 11 2018- WARRIORS goalkeepers’ coach Brenna Msiska, basking in the glory of the heroics of George Chigova, believes the country’s first-choice goalminder is now ripe to take a crack at clubs in the bigger European leagues. Chigova has been the star of the Warriors show so far, etching his name into the world’s records for goalkeepers with the most ... Read More »

Chamisa to peg Zim currency to rand

June 11 2018 – ZIMBABWE’s main opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has vowed to revive the country’s moribund economy and introduce a new currency pegged to the South African rand if he is elected next month. Zimbabwe’s economy has been on a downturn for more than a decade, suffering low growth, high unemployment and a severe liquidity crisis that has seen ... Read More »

SA ‘s rand tumbles to an all time low

JOHANNESBURG. — South Africa’s rand slumped more than 2 percent to a near six-month low against the dollar and government bonds weakened sharply last Friday, dragged down by weak economic growth and investors shying away from riskier assets. The rand traded at 13.2400 per dollar, 1,7 percent weaker than its close on Thursday, after earlier falling more than 2 percent ... Read More »

Britain to counter terrorism using technology

June 4 2018 – BRITAIN will seek to counter what it calls a “step change” in the threat posed by militants with a revised counter-terrorism strategy published on Monday that looks to harness technology and build stronger ties with businesses. The interior ministry warned on Sunday that the threat posed by Islamist militants to Britain is expected to remain high ... Read More »

Sundowns offer Billiat big bucks to stay

June 03 2018- SA’s Mamelodi Sundowns have reportedly tabled a new lucrative deal for Zimbabwe international Khama Billiat in a bid to keep him at the club. Billiat has less than a month left on his contract, and the winger has already been linked with several outfits, both locally and abroad. Sundowns have offered the player over R5 million per ... Read More »

ED finally allows Gukurahundi play

June 3 2018 – THE new administration of President Emmerson Mnangawa has finally allowed aplay that was banned by Robert Mugabe about a 1980s government crackdown in which rights groups say 20,000 civilians were killed to be performed in Zimbabwe for the first time. The play, “1983, The Dark Years”, was stopped by the censors in 2012 but following November’s ... Read More »

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