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Bank’s refusal to renew SAA loans raises eyebrows

June 18  2018  – Reports , today  that Standard Chartered Bank has refused  to renew their loan facilities to SAA  and that repayment of these loans has been demanded may only be the tip of the iceberg and government might be forced to foot the bill,  says the opposition DA.  “According to a repayment schedule, SAA has listed R8.887 billion ... Read More »

Taxify lures Uber drivers with bigger fare share

June 18  2017 – THE  key to success for ride-hailing providers like Uber is keeping drivers happy so they run their app, ensuring that enough cars respond to passenger demand. Estonia upstart Taxify is hoping to win over drivers and take on Uber Technologies Inc, the industry leader, by offering a larger share of the profit. Upstarts across the world, ... Read More »

Commonwealth Games – New Everton stadium at heart of Liverpool bid

June 18 2017 – LIVERPOOL’s bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games will include Premier League club Everton’s planned new stadium, which will feature a temporary, removable, athletics track. Liverpool unveiled their bid on Friday saying the opening ceremony and rugby sevens would be held at Liverpool FC’s Anfield Stadium. The initial bid plan, submitted on Friday, also includes a ... Read More »

Dynamos, Chapungu match abandoned as Highlanders wins

June 18 2017 – HIGHLANDERS,  Harare City, Bulawayo registered wins while Dynamos’ game against Chapungu was abandoned after a goal post fell, in today’s  Castle Lager Premiership. Dynamos produced a ruthless first half performance against Chapungu only for the match to be abandoned after the goal posts at Ascot Stadium collapsed in the 56th minute, today. Emmanuel Mandiranga opened the scoring ... Read More »

Half of Boko Haram victims food aid diverted

 June 18  2017 – AT LEAST  half of Nigerian government food aid sent northeast for hungry people driven from their homes by Boko Haram has been “diverted” and never reached them, a government official said. Some 1.5 million people are on the brink of famine in the northeast, where the jihadist group has killed more than 20 000 people and ... Read More »

Calls for Hero Status for Cde Chinx

June 17 2017 – CALLS for liberation war musician Dickson Chingaira, popularly known as Cde Chinx  to be awarded national hero status have grown louder since his death on Friday night. Cde Chinx who was 61 died at a Harare Hospital on Friday night, from blood cancer. Chinx, who had two wives and 10 children, was known for his music since ... Read More »

Now SA based Dino Mudondo pens new song

June 17  2017 – SINCE the Chirangano hit maker Dino  Mudondo released his 18th  album Rasta Loving in Zimbabwe  before relocating to his new Cape Town base,his fans have been waiting for something new from the RastaKwasa artiste. The musician has been spending most of his time hopping from one studio to another searching for the right reggae sound and producer ... Read More »

Gauteng taxis to go on strike

June 14  2017  – GAUTENG  taxi operators affiliated to the SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) have on Wednesday, advised commuters to arrange alternative transport for Thursday due to a massive march against what it called high minibus taxi purchase costs. “No taxis will be running, we advice commuters to seek alternative transport. We apologise for any inconvenience that will be ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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