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  • Brendon de Jonge makes cut in Masters debut

    April 14, 2014 2:05 AM 20

    ZIMBABWE’S leading professional golfer Brendon de Jonge and South African Louis Oosthuizen were the only African golfers to make the cut at the US Masters at Augusta National in the United States at the weekend. De Jonge, who is playing in his first Masters event, was tied at position 38 yesterday after shooting a 76 to lie six over for the tournament

  • Masters Sunday For Brendon de Jonge: Wrapping Up The Experience Of A Lifetime

    April 13, 2014 11:22 PM 17

    The dangling carrot for Brendon's round today was to somehow find a way to get inside the top 12 - which was even par - that would ensure a return visit next year via exemption. With an additional 25 players shared the same mindset playing the tournament within the tournament from +1 to +6, it was still one shot at a time.

  • The price of bad government in Zimbabwe ” Nehanda Radio

    April 13, 2014 4:04 PM 46

    I was one of a small minority of white Zimbabweans who had fought the fight to secure equal rights and the vote for the majority in Zimbabwe. I actually joined the political struggle in 1966 and in April 1980 I found myself sitting on the podium at Rufaro Stadium in Mbare behind the Prime Minister of India and just a few metres from the Prince of Wales

  • Zanu (PF) wins Gweru council by-election

    April 13, 2014 10:27 AM 42

    Zanu (PF) has won in the Gweru’s by-election for Ward 12 which fell vacant following the death of incumbent councilor, Elvis Mavhondo, of the MDC-T in December last year. According to the results of the election held yesterday, Zanu (PF)’s candidate Charles Simbi polled 556 votes while Richard Ndlovu of the National Constitutional Assembly managed 65 votes

  • Dynamos in tricky fixture

    April 13, 2014 9:20 AM 29

    FACING Dynamos on their own turf on the second game of the season is something that would make small teams wet their pants, but not ZPC Kariba in today’s Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match at the National Sports Stadium. Fresh from notching a point following their 1-1 draw against another giant CAPS United in their season opener last weekend, Gwenya

  • Typhoid fears rise in Harare

    April 13, 2014 8:58 AM 22

    THIRTY-NINE new suspected cases of typhoid have been reported in the country amid fears of a major outbreak of the disease, it has emerged. According to a weekly surveillance report from the ministry of Health and Child Care for week ending March 23,the country continued to witness an increasing number of suspected cases of typhoid every week. The report

  • Mliswa demands US$15m from Rautenbach ” Nehanda Radio

    April 13, 2014 8:48 AM 30

    Zanu-PF Mashonaland West chairman Mr Temba Mliswa is now demanding US$15 million in defamation reparations from business tycoon Mr Conrad “Billy” Rautenbach for allegedly calling him an “extortionist”. In the potentially explosive case, now unfolding after Mr Mliswa claimed Mr Rautenbach owes him US$165 million for securing critical stakes in three major

  • ‘Thor’ Chris Hemsworth Shirtless Fight with ‘Hunger Games’ Sam Claflin At 2014 MTV Movie Awards

    April 13, 2014 1:40 AM 130

    Get the Most Popular Classicalite Stories in a Weekly Newsletter Forget about the Oscars. Who cares about the Best Picture? The MTV Movie Awards know what the fans really want, and that is skin. That is why they have a category called best shirtless performance. The stars fighting it out to be the best barechested actor/actress include: Thor’s Chris

  • A Changing of the Guard at the 2014 Masters Has Occurred

    April 12, 2014 9:08 PM 23

    With Tiger Woods out of action after a recent back surgery, the golf community was hoping for some drama to help offset the loss of one of the sport’s most polarizing figures. The 2014 Masters is setting up to be yet another classic, even without Woods, and the main reason is the amount of young golfers seeking their first major win while battling former

  • The Sanctions Debate on Zimbabwe

    April 12, 2014 12:42 PM 37

    In the early 2000's a series of 'targeted measures' were introduced by the EU, US, and later Australia, New Zealand and Canada, against the movement and assets of particular individuals in the Mugabe regime. The measures were introduced as a response to serious electoral irregularities and human rights abuses in the Parliamentary and Presidential elections