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July 8, 2018 3:31 AM Scott Vincent solid in Asia

Zimbabwe’s highest-ranked professional golfer Scott Vincent has been in great form since his fourth-place finish at the BMW SA Open early this year and has carried that through to the Asian Tour where he currently occupies 11th place on the tour’s Order of Merit standings. After 10 events on the Asian Tour, the Zimbabwean has collected four top-10s, an equal 47

June 28, 2018 3:08 PM DJ Stavo’s plans to dance with Bulawayo fans before Asia tour

After a successful outing in Gweru at the newly opened Pablo’z Club and VIP recently, popular DJ Stavo will be making his way to Bulawayo on Saturday for a show at Crystal Night Club. DJ Stavo will be accompanied by long time friend.DJ Ash Styles and supported by Crystal Night Club resident DJs Prince Eskhosini, Kead Wikead, Crystal Night Club and Becks 26

March 22, 2018 6:15 PM Africa agrees deal for Continental Free Trade Area

The leaders of 44 African countries have signed a deal to create one of the world’s largest free trade blocs. The agreement was signed at a summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali. It is hoped the deal will come into force within six months, and increase prosperity for 1.2 billion Africans. But 10 countries, including Nigeria, have refused to sign the deal, and it will need to be ratified 13

January 29, 2018 11:48 AM Prophet Mawoyo takes church to Asia

A Harare-based apostle and founder of Christ in Action International, Trevor Mawoyo has opened branches of his church in China and Hong Kong. Prophet Mawoyo said he visited the two Asian countries from December 24 to January 2 where he met 10 pastors. “The branch in China is managed by Pastor Zhxieng while that in Hong Kong is led by Pastor Constant 57

November 13, 2017 2:03 AM ‘Export shelled peas to Asia’

PLAYERS in the agro-business have been urged to export shelled peas into the South-East Asian market to boost the country’s foreign currency reserves dwindle, ZimTrade has said. In its newsletter, ZimTrade said the demand for fresh garden peas in Malaysia was increasing and exporters should take advantage of that to earn the country the much-needed foreign 34

November 1, 2017 1:06 PM Robert Mugabe owns new national carrier Zimbabwe Airlines – and it will be flying to London

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is a major owner behind a new national airline, which is set to be handed lucrative long-haul licences to London and the Far East. The move has been condemned by opposition leaders who say it would make Mugabe, 93, the first head of state in the world to own a national airline. Mugabe and his family have become “beneficial 23

October 30, 2017 6:12 PM Muslims Banned From Singapore for Anti-Christmas Comments

Two Muslim religious leaders were banned from entering Singapore on Monday because they planned to spread anti-Christmas propaganda on a religious-themed cruise, government officials said. Ismail Menk and Haslin Baharim, citizens of Zimbabwe and Malaysia, respectively, planned to preach on a cruise ship traveling from Singapore to Indonesia. Both have warned 68

October 26, 2017 11:09 AM Saudi Crown Prince: Qatar problem is very very small

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman described the Gulf rift with Qatar as a “very very small problem” in an interview on Thursday with Reuters at the Public Investment Forum in Riyadh. Crown Prince Mohammed said that the current issue with Qatar did not affect investment and stressed that the leadership is committed to have the Kingdom safe, stable 91

October 26, 2017 4:06 AM Rhino, elephant poaching declines in Namibia

WINDHOEK — Namibia recorded fewer cases of rhino and elephant poaching this year compared to recent years, the southern African nation’s Environment and Tourism minister said on Monday. Namibia has one of the largest black rhino populations in the world, but as in neighbouring South Africa, it is under threat from the lucrative market in rhino horn, especially 18

October 25, 2017 7:09 AM Pakistan summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner over LoC firing issue

Pakistan on Wednesday summoned Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad over the alleged ceasefire violations by the Indian Army along Line of Control (LoC). Earlier on October 2, the Pakistan had summoned India's deputy high commissioner over the same. The Foreign Office, in a statement, alleged that Indian forces resorted to firing in Rukh Chakri 60