Month: November 2015
Entertainment Main News

Bev’s wicked dance act scoops R25 000

SOUTH AFRICA – Zimbabwe’s leading dancer Beverley ‘Bev’ Sibanda is celebrating after winning first place in an Africa-wide reggae dancehall dancing competition held at.

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Entertainment Main News

Zimbabwe: Roki Threatens Pauline’s New Lover

By Problem Masau Roki’s ex-wife Pauline Gundidza has moved on after a tumultuous relationship with the Chidzoka singer and is now seeing fellow.

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Main News

Extreme temperatures grounds Kariba bound Air Zimbabwe

Air Zimbabwe passengers travelled from Harare to Kariba by bus yesterday night after the airline cancelled the flight following extreme temperatures that exceeded.

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Money & Markets Politics

ZSE suspends trading in Pelhams shares

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) on Friday suspended trading in shares of troubled furniture retailer Pelhams after the company was placed under provisional.

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Main News Sports

DeMbare turns down Champs League offer

ZIMBABWE will not have a representative in the CAF Champions League for the second year running after championship runners-up Dynamos yesterday said they.

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Main News World News

Mugabe family turns to Tony Blair ally over bankrupt Omega Dairy

First Lady Grace Mugabe has turned to Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumulu to save her family’s struggling Gushungo Holdings which is reeling under an.

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Main News Zimbabwe

Msipa Book Lifts Lid on President Mugabe’s dark past

The reports in April  by  this paper that Mugabe  fled Ghana and without his possessions which were later shipped to Rhodesia by a.

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Main News Technology

Supa Mandiwanzira defends Telecel takeover

Government is not creating another loss-making enterprise by buying 60% shareholding in Telecel Zimbabwe, ICT, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira has.

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Business Main News

Mugabe government fires 1000 Ziscosteel workers after $750 million Essar deal flop

CLOSE to 1,000 New ZimSteel workers will lose their jobs after Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa yesterday announced their contracts will be terminated on.

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