Month: February 2016
Entertainment Main News

Meet Northern Rhodesia-born 84-year-old Jane Asher: Britain’s ageless swimming super-gran

With multiple world records under her belt, this incredible pensioner is still creating a big splash It is not easy to remember how.

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Main News Sports

Zimbabwe-born Dave Ewers joins three Exeter Chiefs club-mates in England’s Six Nations squad

A FIRST senior England appearance for Exeter Chiefs forward Dave Ewers came a step closer on Monday night, when he was picked in.

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Health & Fitness

Model sent for HIV tests

HARARE model Tafadzwa Mushunje (24) who is accused of injecting her lover’s two-year-old son with HIV infected blood was today sent for HIV.

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Crime & Courts Main News

Kereke threatened RBZ employee

Bikita West legislator Munyaradzi Kereke who is accused of raping an 11-year-old girl in 2010 at gun point, threatened the then RBZ head.

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Barclays set to pull out of Zimbabwe as British bank plans Afrexit

Barclays Bank Plc is set to pull out of Zimbabwe as part of an Africa-wide exit to focus on its core British and.

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Main News Money & Markets

Video:How Zimbabwe functions with nine currencies

Managing your money in one currency is tricky enough for most people. Imagine having to keep track of nine. That’s a hard fact.

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The Rhodes Scholarships for Zimbabwe

The Rhodes Scholarships for Zimbabwe Welcome to the information page about the Rhodes Scholarships for Zimbabwe. Each year, there are two Scholarships available in.

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Apply:Clutton-Brock Scholarship for Zimbabwe, 2016

Background   The object of this scholarship scheme is to establish scholarships at postgraduate level in the University of Cambridge for the benefit.

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Job Opportunities Scholarships


OVERSEAS APPLICANTS COVERED HERE: Vacancies Officer selection criteria Soldier selection criteria General entry requirements Education Start your application now OVERSEAS APPLICANTS FOR THE.

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Main News World News

Mbeki newsletter sharply divides Zimbabweans

Harare – Former president Thabo Mbeki’s defence in online newsletters of his controversial “quiet diplomacy” towards Zimbabwe, ahead of and during the 2008.

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