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  • by robin muchetu

    700 xenophobic attack victims leave for home today

    OVER 700 Zimbabweans displaced by the xenophobic attacks will leave Durban in South Africa today following successful documentation...

  • by Sunday News Reporter

    Bonus for civil servants

    THE Presidency and Cabinet did not approve suspension of civil servants’ bonuses, and Government will pay its employees a 13th cheque...

  • by Lungile Tshuma

    Minister Langa, Phetshu fingered in land scam

    SPORT, Arts and Culture Minister Cde Andrew Langa and former Zanu-PF Matabeleland South secretary for lands Cde Jabulani Phetshu-Sibanda...


Zim celebrates Independence Day

THOUSANDS of Zimbabweans yesterday thronged various centres countrywide to mark the 35th Independence Day celebrations, with the main event being held at the National Sports Stadium in Harare where President Mugabe was ...

Prof Moyo blasts Coltart

INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo yesterday dug into former education minister and MDC senator David Coltart for...

President condemns SA violence

African Union and Sadc Chair President Mugabe has condemned the anti-African immigrant violence in South Africa, imploring the continent’s citizens to treat...

Uhuru final abandoned

Langton Nyakwenda THE Uhuru Cup final was abandoned in the second half due to bad lighting at the National Sports  Stadium...

Evolution of the PSL in Zim

 . . . How local football has changed since independence THE exploits of the senior national team which finished in the...

My Turn: When Zuze takes ‘kalata’ to his boss

IT is a tale akin to the legend of Zuze; the illiterate messenger who stole a loaf of bread from a delivery consignment but, unknown to him, the delivery note he eagerly brought back to his boss revealed that the consignment had been one loaf short on arrival. ‘‘Imwi akalata, imwi...

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