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Johnny Clegg’s last Jozi gig

November 11 2017 – TONIGHT Johnny Clegg to stage for possibly the last ever in Johannesburg‚ legendary musician Johnny Clegg has said he’s anticipating a night filled with emotion for his Final Journey World Tour. “I’m a Joburg boy; this has been my hometown since the age of seven. These are the people and this has been the course of ... Read More »

Nigeria’s Davido, Wizkid take Afrobeats to the next level

November 10 2017 -POP star Davido gets the same reaction wherever he goes in Africa, whether it’s in Guinea or Mozambique, Botswana, Kenya or Sierra Leone: teeming crowds and adoring fans. The 24-year-old icon is one of the favourites for best artist at this year’s All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), which take place in Lagos this weekend. AFRIMA — sponsored ... Read More »

SA Home Affairs extends ZSP renewal deadline

November 10 2017 – THE closing date for the almost 200 000 Zimbabweans living and working in South Africa to apply for their Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP) as been extended to January 31 next year, says SA Home Affairs Director-General Mkuseli Apleni. “The extension, up to 31 January 2018, is only for scheduling appointments for the purpose of submitting biometrics ... Read More »

Don’t hate Grace! Giving the Dying Goblin a ‘Kiss of Life’

By Blessing Vava Kissing the Goblin November 10 2017 The battle for the soul of ZANU PF and succession of President Mugabe had been a tumultuous game that has in the past four decades claimed the scalps of veteran nationalists. From 1976, after the toppling of Ndabaningi Sithole, the leader of ZANU, Mugabe has out manoeuvred any potential or aspiring ... Read More »

Time for Zifa to raise Zim’s former players profile

by Lovemore Dube November 10 2017 – TWO football legends have passed on recently – Friday Phiri and Andrew Scrupata Jele. Both are real football legends whose names had been erased from many’s memories because of a prevailing set up in Zimbabwe where both club and country forgets you as soon as your last playing or coaching job. Many former ... Read More »

Bulawayo’s Ncube now coaching SA kids

by Lovemore Dube November 10 2017 – FORTUNE Ncube a former darting winger for a number of soccer clubs in Zimbabwe is confident that in his new role as coach he will make an impact. Forced to retire two seasons ago because of an eye problem, Ncube is now a coach at Sporting Club Academy in Johannesburg. The football school ... Read More »

Court postpones Doom Pastor’s case

"DOOM" pastor, Lethebo Rabalago speaks out

November 9 2017 – THE case against controversial Limpopo pastor Letheba Moncha Rabalego,whose facing charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm after he sprayed his congregants with the insecticide Doom, has postponed in the Naboomspruit Magistrate’s Court on Thursday (today). Rabalego commonly known as the “Doom Prophet” caused an outrage last year when photographs showing him spraying ... Read More »

Wins in Mashonaland Eagles, Mountaineers in Zim domestic cricket

November 09 2017 -There were wins on Thursday’s final day for Mashonaland Eagles and Mountaineers in Zimbabwe’s domestic four-day Logan Cup competition. At Kwekwe Sports Club: Mashonaland Eagles 321 & 370/8d Mid West Rhinos 278 & 117 (41.4 overs, target: 414) Result: Mashonaland Eagles won by 296 runs At Takashinga Sports Club, Highfield, Harare: Mountaineers 269 & 288 Matabeleland Tuskers ... Read More »

Harare International airport renamed after Bob

November 09 2017 – HARARE International Airport has been renamed Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport at a colourful event held at the site this morning. According to the state run Herald newspaper the renaming is in” recognition of President Mugabe’s liberation and black empowerment efforts which have seen Zimbabwe becoming arguably the first African country post-independence to win back its ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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