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TWO people, both of them drivers, died on the spot when a Zikhali Motors Bus collided with a South Africa-registered haulage truck 20km outside Bulawayo along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Road yesterday at around 4am.
TRIANGLE Football Club technical advisor Kelvin Kaindu who was involved in car accident yesterday morning about 30km outside Zvishavane and escaped with no physical injuries said it could have been worse.
AWARD-WINNING Bulawayo-based rapper POY, real name Nicholas Muchinguri, has launched his long awaited album titled Blood Money Jacob, on the world’s best online music store iTunes.
We make reference to the Southern Eye story of Wednesday, 30 October 2014 titled, 'MDC scrambles for bail money'.
OFFICIALS from the MDC led by Professor Welshman Ncube are reportedly scrambling to retrieve $2 000 bail money, paid for the now acquitted Charles Thomas, who faced treason charges, with the intention of sharing the funds.
THE Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) annual congress begins in Bulawayo today with delegates expected from regional countries.
TSHOLOTSHO-BORN maskandi artiste Mxolisi Mavundla is on the verge of making history after he was nominated in the South African Volunteer Awards (Sava) 2014 best newcomer maskandi category.
ICONIC musician Oliver Mtukudzi is set to get the perfect recognition on Friday where he is expected to be conferred with an honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree by the Great Zimbabwe University (GZU).
WAR veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda yesterday said the meeting that endorsed First Lady Grace Mugabe’s ascension to the Zanu PF women’s league was fraudulent “from start to finish”, warning that those who planned it sought to unseat President Robert Mugabe.
SIBANGILIZWE Nkomo, the son of the late veteran nationalist and Vice-President Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo, yesterday said the continued abuse of his father’s name and neglect of infrastructure associated with the nationalist mirrors the decay in national leadership.