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Gibson introduces My City Rocks on ZiFM

ZiFM’s radio presenter Gibson Ncube has introduced a new feature on his programme called My City Rocks.

Moyo says goodbye

Main Topix: Morgan Tsvangirai - Large City Hall
MAKOKOBA legislator Gorden Moyo will officially cross the floor from the main opposition MDC-T to the renewal team when he is unveiled at the breakaway faction launch of its philosophy and agenda at the Large City Hall tomorrow.

Pronix for Jozi fair

BULAWAYO—based Afro-soul band Pronix and Harmonic Rhythms have been invited to perform at the Jozi Book Fair (JBF) next weekend as they make impact on the massive South African music market.

Khan Master releases Hard to Please video

One of Bulawayo’s Afro-deep music producers, Keith Maphosa, has produced a music video Hard to Please as he moves to entrench himself in the industry.

Marvo workers challenge judicial management

WORKERS at troubled Marvo Stationery Manufacturers have signed a petition challenging placement of the company under the judicial management by the Bulawayo High Court.

Push for new Ndebele king

South Africa-based descendants of King Mzilikazi have urged their Zimbabwean counterparts to push for the revival of the Ndebele monarchy.

Termites 'eat into' Nkomo hospital

Main Topix: Public Service Labour And Social Welfare - National Social Security Authority
THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has said the renovation of the Ekusileni Medical Centre was necessitated by the damage on infrastructure caused by termites.

Mugabe aide strikes

Main Topix: President Robert Mugabe - Figtree Police Station
ABOUT 12 men, who claimed to be the “sons” of a top aide to President Robert Mugabe, yesterday descended on the disputed Centenary Farm in Figtree with their belongings, including food, saying they had been sent by their “father to the land”.

Coverage from South Africa Newspapers

NK Ndlovu not fit for VP: Thambolenyoka

FORMER dissident Tennyson Ndlovu says his uncle Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu is not the right candidate to succeed late Vice-President John Nkomo despite being the most senior former Zapu member still upholding the 1987 Unity Accord.
Mugabe aide strikes   Southern Eye

'Naison Ndlovu not fit for VP,' claims 'former dissident' Thambolenyok

Main Topix: Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu - Vice-President John Nkomo
FORMER dissident Tennyson Ndlovu says his uncle Naison Khutshwekhaya Ndlovu is not the right candidate to succeed late Vice-President John Nkomo despite being the most senior former Zapu member still upholding the 1987 Unity Accord.Tennyson, who used the name Thambolenyoka lihlaba elimzondayo (snake bone that spikes whoever it hates)...