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MDC protests: Security beefed up

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by admin - 1 October 2014

By Gift Phiri HARARE – Opposition supporters planning a protest against President Robert Mugabe’s government have accused authorities of pre-empting the action through religious leaders as police step up security. Morgan Tsvangirai ‘Freedom Square’ rally last year But opposition activists...

Politics

Gays hijack Zanu PF: Mliswa

Temba Mliswa

By Mugove Tafirenyika HARARE – There are real fears that the ugly infighting within President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party has now come perilously close to degenerating into a fatal war that could see opponents organising hits against each other. Temba Mliswa This emerged after motormouth Hurungwe West legislator Temba Mliswa convened a media conference in Harare yesterday where he made...

Business

Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance

Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance

Mobile network operator, Telecel Zimbabwe has partnered with local insurance company, Zimnat Lion to offer a mobile insurance product, Telecare. Telecel partners Zimnat on mobile insurance Under the partnership, Telecel provides the mobile platform for subscribers to access the services while Zimnat Lion underwrites and administer the full service, including settling claims. Telecare offers subscribers...

Opinion

Mliswa avoid battles on terrain chosen by rulers!

Chesterfield Samba

By Chesterfield Samba So the #MliswaPresser confirmed what we all know or have heard before: that there are factions in Zanu PF or there is ZANU and ZANU PF and there seems to be gays in Zanu PF. That the succession matrix has clearly turned nasty much to the suffering of ordinary Zimbabweans reduced to “dollar for all” vendors. Chesterfield Samba Why should I care that two men went shopping...

Crimes & Courts

ZBC airtime scandal exposed

ZBC acquired this 12 channel OB van from China

By Zvamaida Murwira The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation was prejudiced of thousands of dollars by its staff through an irregular and haphazard discount of advertising airtime to customers, an audit has revealed. ZBC OB van acquired from China In her 2012 report, Comptroller Auditor-General Ms Mildred Chiri noted that staff in the marketing department were indiscriminately awarding discounts to...

Local

Schools to lose exam status over leakages

Schools to lose exam status over leakages

By Lungile Tshuma Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) has warned schools that if they leak this year’s examinations they risk being banned from being examination centres. Schools to lose exam status over leakages Responding to questions sent by Sunday News, Zimsec acting director Mr John Maramba said regulations have been put in place to avoid the leakage of examination papers that have...

Diaspora

Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote has a Zimbabwean mistress

Pictures have emerged that claim to show footballer Cheick Tiote with his second wife Laeticia Doukrou.

UNITED KINGDOM – Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote’s Zimbabwean mistress, Nikkie Mpofu, has blown a gasket over reports that the player, who earns £45,000 a week, had married a second woman in his native Ivory Coast. Pictures have emerged that claim to show footballer Cheick Tiote with his second wife Laeticia Doukrou. According to British newspaper reports Tiote wed Laeticia Doukrou...

Showbiz

Tuku to release new album

Oliver Mtukudzi

Music superstar Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi will launch a 10-track album titled Mukombe Wemvura at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) next Saturday. Oliver Mtukudzi Sam Mataure, who manages Tuku’s affairs, confirmed the weekend launch of the music super star’s 61st studio album but was unable to provide more details saying he was at a funeral. “Yes, it is true he (Tuku) will be launching...

Sports

Kaindu forced out, ZISCA cry foul

HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu checks his watch during Sunday’s match against Dynamos. Some of his players went on a drinking spree soon after the match

By Augustine Hwata HIGHLANDERS coach Kelvin Kaindu was forced out of the club yesterday, just two days after a demoralising home defeat at the hands of ZPC Kariba torched violent disturbances in Bulawayo. Time Up: Kelvin Kaindu The Zambian gaffer had been in charge of Bosso since 2011 and, in the last two years, only lost the championship race to Dynamos on goal difference. A former player at the...