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December 6, 2018 3:36 AM Killer robbers jailed for life

Two robbers have been jailed for life for killing a diamond dealer at his house in Chiadzwa, last year. Mutare High Court judge, Justice Hlekani Mwayera, sentenced Marcos Madhume and Thomas Mike Makoni Nyakujara to life in prison after they killed Blessing Chikwangura of Kusena Village under Chief Marange. Madhume and Nyakujara denied the murder charges 58

December 4, 2018 5:45 AM Simbisa makes executive changes

Fast food chain, Simbisa Brands, has appointed Mr Baldwin Guchu as the group’s new finance director effective from December 1, 2018. He replaces Mr Salim Eceolaza who has been assigned the position of managing director of Simbisa Brands in Kenya. “The chairman of the board of directors announces the resignation of Mr Salim Eceolaza from the board of directors 43

December 3, 2018 5:42 PM AFM faction elects new leadership

One faction of the Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) in Zimbabwe says it has elected a new leadership led by Reverend Amon Dubie Madawo as the new president. The AFM church had split into two factions — one led by former president Aspher Madziyire and another led by his deputy, Reverend Cosam Chiyangwa. On November 3, the church elected new leadership to take over the mantle 33

December 2, 2018 12:33 PM ‘Jah Prayzah does not own Military Touch’…Tamuka speaks on inner workings of label

To most of his fans and followers on the Zimbabwean music scene, he is seen as the supremo at Military Touch, the music grouping that brought together some of Zimbabwe’s finest musicians under one umbrella. When the label first announced itself to the public last year, it was assumed that the Jah, whose signature stage apparel has always been military 53

November 30, 2018 4:19 AM ‘Mzembi suffering from cancer’

Former Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Walter Mzembi is critically ill with colon cancer and is in South Africa where he is undergoing chemotherapy, his lawyer has revealed. Mr Job Sikhaka told the Harare magistrates’ court yesterday that Mzembi could not attend the start of his trial for alleged theft of trust property involving $1,6 million 39

November 25, 2018 4:00 PM Inquiry rejects Chamisa demands

The Commission of Inquiry probing the politically-motivated violence of August 1 has turned down a request by opposition leader Nelson Chamisa to cross-examine witnesses who testified against him. Chamisa wrote to the commission last week asking for an opportunity to question witnesses who blamed him for the violence that resulted in the loss of six lives 50

November 22, 2018 3:48 PM One of ‘Mugabe planes’ sold

One of the four aircraft bought by government from Malaysia has reportedly been sold to Jet Midwest, a US-based leading global aviation parts provider, due to non-payment by Zimbabwe. Government had all along claimed it bought four Boeing 777 aircraft from Malaysia and an Embraer plane, with the planes set to be leased to a new local airline Zim Airways 63

November 21, 2018 3:41 PM Passion Java in sex gaffe

Controvesial preacher Passion Java has been caught up in controversial chanter Jah Signal’s naughty stonyeni lyrics, a development which has set social media abuzz. While Java’s love for Zimdancehall is evident, this time he has stirred controversy by associating himself with lyrics viewed by many as being vulgar. The preacher who refers to himself as Gafa — probably 108

November 12, 2018 3:13 PM Lady Squanda lines up Ladies Night

Controversial Zimdancehall chanter Lady Squanda is striving to uplift fellow female musicians in the music industry. Over the years, Lady Squanda — real name Sandra Gazi — made headlines in local tabloids for the wrong reasons, including demeaning and assaulting other female chanters, verbally and physically. Of late, it seems she realised her shortcomings 35

November 2, 2018 8:31 AM Usain Bolt leaves Australia’s Central Coast Mariners football club

Usain Bolt’s trial with Australian football club Central Coast Mariners has come to an end.The Jamaican eight-time Olympic sprint champion, 32, joined the A-League side for an “indefinite training period” in August. He scored two goals in his first effort for the Mariners in a friendly, but did not play matches when the season began. Efforts to secure 67