Archive | June, 2019

World Cup hurrah for Perpetua captain

Veteran Zimbabwe Gems captain Perpetua Siyachitema is set to bring her international career to a close at the end of the historic Vitality netball World Cup appearance in England next […]

Sensei Adam champions Karate development

Former Africa karate champions Sneider Adam has opened dojos in Glen Norah A, Glen Norah B and Waterfalls as a way of giving back to the community and leading the […]

Magaya mum amid sexual abuse storm

Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya has remained mum in the face of damning allegations that he sexually abused a young congregant.

Do or die for Warriors

Warriors captain Knowledge Musona insists his side is ready for their decisive Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group A encounter against the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) at the 30 […]

US$ ban piles pressure on employers

The government should channel its entire surplus towards cushioning workers in the face of rising costs and declining incomes, economist Ashok Chakravarti has said.

Bigwigs’ grand looting exposed

A government agency was used to siphon thousands of dollars to finance weddings and political rallies during former president Robert Mugabe’s reign, an audit has revealed.

Agribank weighed down by foreign debt

STATE-owned Agribank says it is struggling to pay up to $30 million in loans secured from South Africa-based Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) due to foreign currency shortages.

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