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CHICKEN INN captain Danny “Deco” Phiri has turned down an offer to join Bulawayo giants Highlanders, Southern Eye Sport can exclusively reveal.
A TOMATO shortage is looming in the southern region and possibly the rest of the country following a heavy frost which has hit some parts of Matabeleland, a major supplier of the cash-crop, farming experts revealed yesterday.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe faces an acid test to keep the Unity Accord alive ahead of Zanu PF's congress in December amid attempts to do away with tradition that has seen former PF Zapu cadrés holding the chairperson's post.Current chairperson Simon Khaya Moyo is almost certain to be elevated to...
RECENT remarks by Zanu PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo to the effect that the party’s chairmanship was no longer a preserve for former PF-Zapu cadres have stirred a hornet’s nest among people from Matabeleland who had traditionally viewed the post as theirs.
SEVERAL Bulawayo Zanu PF youth league members aspiring for national executive posts were on Saturday reportedly disqualified for not meeting the party’s stringent requirements.
FAST-FOOD group Innscor Africa has allayed fears that it will be shutting down operations in Bulawayo which houses the southern region headquarters saying it will instead open more outlets in the region.
ADDRESSING structures of his party in Bulawayo recently, MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai reportedly said he would never forgive former industry and commerce minister Welshman Ncube and first secretary general of the united MDC for the party’s acrimonious 2005 split.
ZANU-PF yesterday said the posts of second vice-president and national chairperson will be filled at congress, opening the floodgates for those seeking to challenge Simon Khaya Moyo in December.
PRONIX AND HARMONIC RHYTHMS, a local Afro-soul band, are no strangers to frequenters of Holiday Inn KoBulawayo Bar where, as the resident band every Thursday evening, they belt out live music to clients sipping sundowners.
BULAWAYO dance group - Hurricanz Dance Crew – yesterday left Zimbabwe for Botswana to represent the country in a dance competition dubbed “Street Battle Africa Dance”.