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  • Lupane lecturers bow to relocation pressure

    August 14, 2018 3:35 PM 11

    Lupane State University (LSU) lecturers who have been resisting moving to the main campus in Lupane town, have finally relocated. The lecturers last April approached the High Court seeking an order barring university authorities from relocating them to the main campus citing lack of accommodation. They however lost the court case forcing them to move to the main campus

  • Neymar on the mark – Nehanda Radio

    August 14, 2018 3:08 PM 11

    Neymar scored his first goal for Paris Saint-Germain since February as the French soccer champions kicked off the new Ligue 1 season with a 3-0 defeat of Caen on Sunday. The Brazilian star, who scored 19 times in 20 league games before fracturing his foot last season, struck just 10 minutes into his first start for the club in almost six months

  • ‘Poll results betrayal of one man, one vote’

    August 14, 2018 1:45 PM 11

    Nelson Chamisa yesterday said in his Heroes Day message that the will of the people, expressed at the polls, must prevail in honour of heroes and heroines. “It is notable that we are commemorating this year’s edition of Heroes’ Day two weeks after holding a historic general election, whose national spirit is reminiscent of the 1980 election that founded

  • Zimra relocates Gweru offices

    August 14, 2018 12:27 PM 13

    The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has advised its clients of disruptions in normal service delivery during relocation of their Gweru offices. Initially Zimra Gweru offices were located at the city’s government complex and will now be moving into Megawatt complex. “Zimra Gweru office is relocating from the government complex to Megawatt complex with effect

  • Caretaker commission for City of Harare

    August 13, 2018 3:13 PM 15

    Government has appointed a three-member commission to preside over the affairs of Harare City Council before the swearing in of a new council. The caretaker commission was appointed in terms of section 80 of the Urban Councils Act. The commission is chaired by Bella Manyakara. The other two members are Shingai Mutumbwa and one C Kampila. “The commission

  • Cimas, Corporate 24 heal long-running rift

    August 13, 2018 2:57 PM 15

    Cimas Medical Aid Society has buried the hatchet with Corporate 24 Hospital Group, with the two resolving to continue working together again. Cimas suspended Corporate 24 from its direct payment system in 2015 citing irregularities that it had detected. Since its removal from the payment system, Corporate 24 claims it is now owed more than $500 000 by Cimas

  • Miner dies after tunnel collapse

    August 13, 2018 1:22 PM 16

    A miner in Fort Rixon, Matabeleland South died after a mining tunnel at a river bank collapsed on him. Ndumiso Nkala (24) of Plot 10, Mayfair area died in Insiza River near Lancaster Bridge. When the river bank tunnel collapsed on the now deceased, he was in the company of a friend Dumezweni Ndlovu (35) of Plot 1, Mayfair. Ndlovu survived as he went out of the tunnel

  • Crash claims one, injures nine others

    August 13, 2018 11:13 AM 18

    One person died while nine others escaped the clutches of death by a whisker on Thursday last week when a Toyota Wish they were travelling in failed to negotiate a curve, veered off the road and hit a tree in Gweru. The deceased died on the spot while the nine, who suffered various degrees of injuries, are admitted at Gweru General Hospital. Gweru City Council

  • Hippo bite kills Taiwan tourist in Kenya

    August 13, 2018 8:57 AM 19

    A Taiwanese tourist has died after being bitten in the chest by a hippo he was trying to photograph in Kenya. Chang Ming Chuang, 66, was tracking the animal at a wildlife resort on Lake Naivasha, 90km (56 miles) north-west of the capital, Nairobi. A second tourist, also from Taiwan, was injured. Six people have been killed by hippos in the area this year. High water

  • Sir William Nicholson painting bought for £165k is ‘fake’

    August 13, 2018 8:19 AM 19

    A painting bought for £165,000, and thought to have been painted by British artist Sir William Nicholson, could be nearly worthless after an art expert cast doubt on its authenticity. The still life of a glass jug and pears was examined on the BBC’s Fake of Fortune? programme. An expert said there was not enough evidence to confirm who painted it. However