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Mapfumo homecoming bira electrifies Harare

May 1 2018 – OUTSPOKEN musician Thomas Mapfumo reportedly “pulled a political punch” at his homecoming concert over the weekend when he performed a song critical of the new administration. According to NewsDay, the legendary musician’s homecoming event touched off a storm with his satirical song, “Chauya, Chauya” (come what may). The song touched on the country’s political situation and ... Read More »

Ngezi Platinum blocks Highlanders

April 29 2018 Ngezi Platinum……. 1 Highlanders …… 0 NGEZI Platinum yesterday put some breathing distance between themselves and the rest of the pack as the miners raced to a narrow win over Highlanders at the Baobab Stadium. The win left the paltinum miners as the only unbeaten side in the local Premiership and boosted their credentials as the team ... Read More »

Numbers of Zims dying in SA high – undertakers

April 29 2018 – A LARGE number of Zimbabweans are dying in SA, because of gunshot wounds, others forms of violence and disease, says SA based undertakers. “Right now as I was chatting on the phone, it was someone (a Zimbabwean) calling us from Cape Town seeking help. We go and pick (up) bodies from as far as Cape Town. ... Read More »

Exiled ex Malawian president Joyce Banda returns

April 29 2018 – Hundreds of people welcomed the former President of Malawi Joyce Banda on her return home after four years of self-imposed exileyesterday. Banda fled the country in 2014 when she lost power after being embroiled in the so-called “Cash gate” scandal, in which government officials siphoned off millions of dollars of public money. The scandal led to ... Read More »

Relief for SA data consumers

April 29 2018 – IN A development that is likely to bring relief to oversharged SA, cellphone users, the Independent Communications Authority of SA says service providers MTN‚ Vodacom and Cell C must provide an option to roll over unused data‚ ending the frustration of customers losing unused data after 30 days. Icasa councillor, Bontlenyana Mokhele says the new regulations ... Read More »

Zim soldier shot dead in SA’s Hillbrow

April 29 2018 – AN off-duty Zimbabwean soldier was shot dead in cold-blood at a shopping centre in Hillbrow, Johannesburg, in South Africa last Monday. The deceased, Phakamile Ncube from Mtshabezi near Gwanda, had gone to South Africa for shopping, when he was gunned down by a suspected security guard in Hillbrow. A close relative said Ncube was gunned down ... Read More »

SA schools not to be affected by SAFTU strike

April 25 2018 -Schools and trains will not be affected by countrywide SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) protests and marches over a proposed national minimum wage on Wednesday, (today) The Saftu protests coincide with the ongoing bus strike in South Africa that has affected commuters since April 18. Department of Basic Education spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga said in a statement: ... Read More »

Ndoro’s legal woes far from over

25 April 2018 -The Johannesburg court has upheld a decision taken by the arbitration that the SA based Zimbabwean forward, Tendai Ndoro is still ineligible to play, on Tuesday. In his judgment, Judge David Unterhalter upheld the decision that Ndoro is not eligible to play for his club. This goes against the decision made by the Premier Soccer League’s dispute ... Read More »

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