Archive | April, 2015

ZRP mulls new settlement for cops

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) wants to build a special settlement area for the more than 20 000 members of the force in the proposed new capital that government plans to […]

Politicians challenged to publicly declare assets

African Parliamentarians Network against Corruption (APNAC) Zimbabwe chapter has challenged President Robert Mugabe and local legislators to take a leaf from newly sworn in Namibian President Hage Geingob and First […]

Derformity robs Binga man of his youth

Twenty-one-year-old Andrea Munsaka dreams of going back to school and maybe settling down with a beautiful girl from his village in Binga. But a facial growth that has partly obscured […]

Starvation looms in Zimbabwe

Starvation is looming in Zimbabwe after widespread failure of crops coupled by the country’s policies that have failed to stimulate economic growth. (more…)

Energy bonds on private placement stage — IDBZ

THE Infrastructure Development Bank (IDBZ) says the $50 million bonds for the Harare Power Station repowering project and Kariba Power station refurbishment are now at the private placement stage where […]

Whawha record first premiership win

Whawha FC . . . (1)2 FC Platinum . . . 1 BY MUKUDZEI CHINGWERE LLOYD Mutasa recorded his first win of the season as Whawha coach with a narrow […]

Dairibord Rugby festival roars to life

The much-anticipated Dairibord Schools Rugby Festival roars into life tomorrow at Prince Edward School grounds with over 50 matches pencilled for the country’s biggest schools rugby gala. (more…)

Zifa dribbles sponsors away

As Zifa desperately looks for funding to participate in the upcoming Cosafa Cup, Afcon, Olympics, Chan and possibly Fifa World Cup qualifiers, the cash-strapped association appears set for another adminstrative […]

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