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Desprate Zims in SA queue in last minute attempts to renew permits

November 06 2017 – THOUSANDS Zimbabweans based in SA have to queue for hours in a desperate race against time to retain their legal status in South Africa. An estimated 200 000 working Zimbabweans in South Africa use legal Special Dispensation Permits that expire on the last day of the year. However, former minister of Home Affairs Hlengiwe Mkhize gave ... Read More »

Mnangagwa fired

November 6 2017 -THE 40 year old relationship between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his former blue-eyed boy – now former Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa – has come to an end. Conveying the message at a hastily arranged media conference‚ the minister of information and broadcasting services‚ Simon Khaya Moyo‚ said “the vice president has consistently and persistently exhibited traits ... Read More »

DA pushes for better Gautrain subsidy deal

November 5 2017 – TAXPAYERS will, over and above the R30 billion Gautrain construction price tag, have paid well over R50 billion for this service if current subsidy levels continue, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. The current Gautrain subsidy was the largest single item of expenditure in the budget of the Gauteng roads and transport department, making up roughly ... Read More »

Cape Town City eyes Khama Billiat

November 5 2017 – ABSA Premiership side Cape Town City are reportedly keeping tabs on Mamelodi Sundowns forward Khama Billiat. According to Goal, City are monitoring the Zimbabwean international for a possible move in January next year. Billiat is yet to sign a new contract with Sundowns and talks have moved slowly with few months left on his contract. However, ... Read More »

Makandiwa faces false prophecies court charge

November 5 2017 – UNITED Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa and wife, Ruth, will tomorrow appear before High Court Judge Justice David Mangota for allegedly making fake prophecies concerning businessman and former UFIC member, Mr Upenyu Mashangwa. A High Court notice, dated October 31, 2017; shows the Makandiwa-Mashangwa case has been set for hearing in court chambers at ... Read More »

North West cops nab two for attempted murder

November 5 2017 – POLICE have arrested two men in Brits for attempted murder and being in possession of suspected stolen property, North West police said on Sunday. Sergeant Kelebogile Moleko said the men, aged 27 and 31, were arrested on Saturday after they fired shots at police. Police on routine patrol duties spotted a stationary suspicious vehicle in the ... Read More »

Chawapiwa sends Baroka to last 8 of TKO

October 30 2017 – ZIMBABWE international Talent Chawapiwa opened his goal scoring account at Baroka when he scored the only goal of the match to eliminate Cape Town City out of the Telkom Knockout on Sunday (yesterday). The attacking midfielder scored in the 15th minute when he struck with his left foot from the edge of the box. The effort ... Read More »

Fuel price increase for SA

October 30 2017 – THE price of all fuel will increase with effect from midnight on (tomorrow) Tuesday, with the drivers of diesel vehicles hardest hit. The price of all grades of petrol will increase by four cents a litre, while diesel (0.05 percent sulphur) will rise by 23c/l and diesel (0.005 percent sulphur) by 27c/l, the energy department said ... Read More »

Buthelezi steps down as SA opposition leader

October 30 – DA leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday paid tribute to veteran Inkatha Freedom Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, 88, after Buthelezi announced he will step down as IFP leader at the party’s next national elective congress. “As one of the foremost leaders in our nation’s transition to democracy he played a key role in creating a framework for a ... Read More »

Matebeleland female CEOs top Zim list

October 28 2017 – THE number of female headed companies in Zimbabwe’s manufacturing sector has risen by 8 percent, a survey by the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has shown, with the highest coming from Matbeleland. According to the survey women now lead about 13 percent of companies in the manufacturing sector from about 5 percent in previous years. More ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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